We’re back in the same place we seem to land in every few months: with talk of a new solo Hulk movie. With the Hulk appearing in Avengers: Age of Ultron, there’s new talk of when the big green guy might show up in a third solo film. Lou Ferrigno, who played the Hulk on television from 1977 to 1982 and voices the current incarnation of the irradiated monster, continues to insist that we’ll see another solo Hulk outing as part of Marvel’s Phase Three. Read More »
Want to see the first image of Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron? Where is there an officially licensed Hellboy art show? Does Marc Webb think J. Jonah Jameson will appear in upcoming Amazing Spider-Man movies? What Spider-Man-related comment did Andrew Garfield say to make Emma Stone mad? Who will be voicing Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron? How can you see Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender talking about X-Men: Days of Future Past? Has Diane Lane already worked on Batman vs. Superman? How strong is Batman‘s suit? Could we see a Mystique spinoff movie? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
What happens when Dane DeHaan is confronted with the poster from The Amazing Spider-Man 2? How is Ben Affleck‘s Batman different from Christian Bale‘s in Batman vs. Superman? Will Harry Lennix be back for Batman vs. Superman? Is Zack Snyder already working on iconic imagery for that film? How will Ant-Man be different from other shrinking movies? Want to see some gorgeous Thor: The Dark World concept art? Does Casey Affleck understand all the Bat-sanity? And just how informed is Lou Ferrigno when it comes to upcoming Hulk movies? Read about all this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Want to see even more set photos from The Dark Knight Rises? Curious to the budget of The Avengers? How do you really summon Batman? What’s a possible title for the Captain America sequel? And do you find cosplayers in awkward positions completely hilarious? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 (!?!) different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. If you have any interesting items that we might’ve missed that you think should go in /Film’s Page 2 – email us!
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This weeks episode of Family Guy featured an awesome recreation of the opening title sequence of the 1978 television series The Incredible Hulk starring Lou Ferrigno. Watch it now embedded after the jump.
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During The Incredible Hulk panel at the New York Comic Con, director Louis Leterrier asked the original tv hulk Lou Ferrigno to give an on-stage “audition” for a chance to provide the big green guy’s voice in the new movie. It seemed like one of those staged bits just to get Ferrigno to yell out “Hulk Smash!” for those in attendance. But apparently it was legit, and Lou Ferrigno’s voice is in the new film!
“Lou did this amazing, ‘Hulk smash!'” producer Gale Ann Hurd told Variety. “And (director Louis Leterrier) said, ‘Come in, we’ll record you next week.’ Everybody thought it was either a staged event or we wouldn’t really do it. But the next week Lou came in in L.A. and his voice is the voice of the Hulk.”
Meanwhile, a new trailer for The Incredible Hulk titled “Awaken” can be found on a new Best Buy promo DVD, which is free with select DVD purchases. A not so great looking copy has shown up on YouTube (found via AICN). Watch it embedded after the jump!
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Hollywood.tv captured footage of a fight between Jason Segel and former Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno on the set of I Love You, Man. During the scene, Segel decides he can take Ferrigno and insults him right to his face. But You don’t want to see the former Hulk when he’s angry! Pretty funny, check out the clip below.
I Love You, Man stars Jason Segel as a newly engaged guy sets out to find the perfect “Best Man” for his wedding. Written and directed by John Hamburg (Along Came Polly, writer of Meet The Parents), the film costars Paul Rudd, Jaime Pressly, and Rashida Jones. I Love You, Man is scheduled to hit theaters on January 29th 2009.
Here is a round up of stories that just didn’t make the /Film front page, or what we like to call…. Page 2!
Lobster Johnson created this custom Heath Ledger-version Joker Munny.
Patrick Read Johnson has found financing to complete post production on his autobiographical indie “77,” (formerly titled 5/25/77) which chronicles the director’s journeys in Hollywood with George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. [THR]
William Shatner claims JJ Abrams never called him back. [trekmovie]
Warner Bros has scheduled a September 19th release date for Whiteout. [shock]
JustJared has new photos from the set of Crank 2: High Voltage which show star Jason Statham with some nasty fake scars on his back.
WALL-E was given a G-Rating by the MPAA.Â [animatednews]
Cineleet takes a look at the influences of Star Wars in a column titled Before the Galaxy Far, Far Away.
The Incredible Hulk has invaded New York City. Head over to Marvel for more images.
Eric Lively, Tony Todd and Gil Bellows have been cast in the “24” prequel. [THR]
MTV has the first chapter of Vern’s new book Seagalogy: A Study of the Ass-Kicking Films of Steven Seagal.
Sony Pictures Classics is in final negotiations for James Toback‘s boxing documentary “Tyson,” which chronicles the life of former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. [THR]
MovieMistakes has a list of over 70 mistakes from the original Indiana Jones series.
Blockbuster is advertising on Pizza boxes?! [Gizmodo]
Rotten Tomatoes takes a look at the top 20 sequels they’re still waiting for.
The Disney Movie Surfers have taken a behind-the-scenes look at WALL-E, and new footage is featured.
Fanboy has a look at all the Indiana Jones Knock-Offs in a segment they call The Hall of Shame.
Jim Hill blogs about the lost action sequences where Indiana Jones battled samurai and a machine-gun toting warlord, that was cut from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
The Daily Mail has the first photo of a bald Cameron Diaz on the set of My Sister’s Keeper. Scary!
Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be rated PG for "sci-fi action violence throughout, brief language and momentary smoking." [io9]
NBC will air a special Incredible Hulk-themed episode of “American Gladiators” with guest star Lou Ferrigno. [SHH]
Madonna‘s newest film, a documentary about the struggles of Malawi, titled I Am Because We Are, will screen at Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival in August. [variety]
One of NECA’s comic con exclusives is an action figure three pack from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles featuring a set of three Mousers. [mechzilla]
FestivalCentral asks people at Cannes how to pronounce the title of Charlie Kaufman‘s directorial debut Synecdoche, New York. Jeff Wells reports that Kaufman says the pronunciation is “Syn-ECK-duh-kee.”
Blogwarts has yet another new (but way too small) photo from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Twentieth Century Fox paid $550,000 to the Smithsonian Institution for the right to use its name in Night at the Museum 2: Escape From the Smithsonian. [sci-fi]
Build your own cubecraft Indiana Jones and Golden Idol on Cubecraft.com.
Fangoria reports that actor Glenn Morshower is set to return to Transformers 2. Morshower is best known for playing a secret service agent in 24, and appeared in the original movie as a military Sargent at the US Soccent.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine has wrapped principal photography. [iesb]
Check out these two videos from Sundance, director, writer and actor Clark Gregg discusses his new film Choke. [searchlight]