New Incredible Hulk Images And Tie-In Campaign

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hulkempire2 edited New Incredible Hulk Images And Tie In CampaignNow that all the negative buzz is finished (well…Universal and Marvel hope that it is) it’s time to unleash the marketing campaign for The Incredible Hulk.

Empire magazine has two new pictures from the new Hulk reboot and they show they size and scale of the new Hulk and they have a very Mulder and Scully-esque picture of Ed Norton and Liv Tyler standing in a laboratory – wow!

If you can’t get enough Hulk and you want to spend your hard earned cash on Hulk merchandise you can check out the film’s promotional parteners which include – Burger King, 7-Eleven, Kmart, Best Buy, Pringles and Sargento, Airheads candy and Hasbro toys.

To see the new pictures in their full glory continue reading.


hulkempire New Incredible Hulk Images And Tie In Campaign

hulkempire2 New Incredible Hulk Images And Tie In Campaign

The Incredible Hulk opens on June 13, 2008.

Sources: Comingsoon , Empireonline and Brandweek

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  1. Vic, did you say “flash”? Anyway, why flash so far back, when your TMI review of Sarah Marshall is still ringing in our eyes.

  2. Jimmy, no pun intended, lol. Actually I mentioned Beowulf since it had naked fight sequence, which relates to the above comments more than Sarah Marshall. :-)

    Vic

  3. I’m one of the millions who did NOT see Beowulf for the two weeks it was in the theatres–btw it jumped straight from the cinema to DVD…didn’t go to second run theatres.

  4. I’ve modified you email address slightly so that it doesn’t get grabbed by spambots and you start seeing a lot more spam than you get already.

    Vic

    You’re my guardian angel, Vic. Thanks.

  5. I don’t like the way the Hulk looks in that picture. It would seem that his torso should be bigger. I think Ang Lee’s Hulk looked a lot better.

  6. I second John’s perspective.. Despite the story line, I thought Lee’s Hulk was pretty dead on with what I had in my head for the big green guy. All bouncy and angry and never getting any rest while everyone persecutes him for being who he is.

  7. I enjoyed Ang’s depiction also. He captured the look and power of the Hulk (by the way, did you know he was once GREEN?). I like the comic book panel motif. I didn’t even object to the psycho background. To me it added understanding to what fueled Banner’s anger.

    I suspect that the most objectionable aspect was the Hulk’s size in relation to his anger. I suspect they added that into the movie after realizing that the Hulk’s relative size was rendered inconsistently.

  8. Jimmy the C,
    Even though I had problems with Ang Lee’s version taking too long to get to Hulk, the bad ending with Hulk fighting, what, Absorbing Man, and, like you said, Hulk growing in conjunction with his anger, I thought the movie was pretty good.

  9. They should have a 3rd sequel, called HULK’S PANTS!

    About Bruce’s world-wide mission for a pair of pants that will fit both himself and the Hulk.

    I am SO psyched for this movie. I think it’s going to be a marked improvement on the tone of the last one, and I think it will reinvigorate the franchise for further movies that keep getting better.