Good Grief: A Preview Of A Trailer For The Incredible Hulk?

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whoahulk thumb Good Grief: A Preview Of A Trailer For The Incredible Hulk?The word is that we’ll finally see a trailer for the upcoming re-boot The Incredible Hulk on Wednesday. I’ve talked about the bizarre (to me) lack of promotion for this movie, but now things go in the opposite extreme direction.

The trailer is going to premiere on MTV and if you follow this link you’ll see a commercial promoting the trailer.

I don’t know why that should seem absurd to me. Perhaps it’s the fact that fanatical (in a good way, of course) online movie news following mania is leaking out to traditional media.

Is it me, or is it wierd to see a commercial for a trailer?

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  1. LOL! We are REALLY desperate…..

    ….and I watched it.

    Coolest scene was when his eyes turned green there at the end…like the old TV show.

    But can we see the REAL thing already????? Dammit!

  2. The trailer had better be like 3 minutes….

  3. “Is it me, or is it wierd to see a commercial for a trailer?”

    Trailers are as much of an event as the movie (hype built on hype). Think about how much people on Screenrant anticipate the next IM or TDK trailer (TDK is gonna rule BTW) – it seems only natural that ads would appear letting people know that a trailer is about to be released.

    Then there’s the Superbowl – every year it becomes more and more about the commercials than the game. Soon there will be commercials for the commercials to appear during the SB, or has that already happened?

    The next step is to get ratings up on the various sci-fi shows that keep getting canceled by attracting viewers with trailers for upcoming movies. I guess it’s because the movie studio wants the trailer to show during a ‘popular’ show like Lost, it’s a shame.

  4. I imagine they did this in lieu of the Iron Man/Lost trailer when they “mis-announced” which week it was going to air.

    I’d say this is the right thing to do.

  5. I really hope the trailer, er, I mean movie, is more impressive than that commercial. It looked like a movie-of-the-week (like the Bill Bixby Hulk vs. Thor, ok not that bad).

    Side note on the ‘commercial for a trailer’ debate above, this IS Mtv afterall. I’ll be surprised if the trailer isn’t hosted by Lil Jon or have people typing comments TRL-style.

    “Hulk is soooooooo kewl! Hi Jamie U R my BFF!!! WOOOO”

  6. LOL, Panda! :-)

  7. I guess I am going to have to wait for the trailer, since the trailer’s trailer doesn’t seem to be working on my browser (Opera).

    I’m quite sure Vic is gonna have it on here ASP (just call it a hunch!)

  8. Yea, they did the same thing for the SpiderMan 3 trailers/previews.