One of the things I heard a few different times at WonderCon was, “Where are all the ‘Incredible Hulk’ pictures?” It seems like new Iron Man pictures are almost a daily thing, but the Hulk has been quite elusive for such a big guy.
Well, Empire Magazine has a couple of images up, one of Edward Norton hulking out, along with a picture of William Hurt as General Thunderbolt Ross.
They also talk to director Louis Letterier about the film:
“We didn’t want to make a cerebral movie,” he says of comparisons to Ang Lee’s earlier film. “We wanted full action, Hulk smashing stuff up. But Ed Norton’s script has given Bruce’s story real gravitas – Marvel has always made their superhero movies with great actors to make it tangible and Ed has nailed it here. Admittedly, I’m not the most adult director, but just because we’re making a superhero movie, it doesn’t just have to appeal to 13-year-old boys. Ed and I both see superheroes as the new Greek gods, so there’s a classical undercurrent to Bruce’s psycho-drama. It’s Prometheus, Pandora’s Box, Hercules…but with explosions!” That’s what we always felt was missing in the Greek myths.