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30 April 2008  |  Written by Olly Richards  |  Source: Yahoo

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Yahoo has five new images from The Incredible Hulk, which you can see here (five of the first six are the new ones).

The most interesting shots are the first couple from that 26-minute bust-up that we saw a smidgen of in the trailer.  The Abomination is looking particularly cool in one of the shots, although me do worry about what this transformation has done to his favourite area. It seems to have transformed into some kind of bony Ken-doll-like protuberance. No amount of super-strength is worth that.

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This movie won't even come close to ang lee's Hulk. That was a smart movie with a deep story which focused on the hulks emotions and pulled off the action scenes at the same time. The use of cgi was brilliant. this new hulk jus looks like a big bulk of play dough put together and the ripped look is abit too exagerrated. Sorry norton, your casting won't even help this 1. More

Posted by tpakzone at 01:23 on 01 May 2008 | Report This Post

CGI
I don't get all these complaints about cgi. There's far too little footage be making such sweeping statements about the entire film. Some of you are saying, 'I can't be bothered watching this now', after seeing barely 20 seconds of the Hulk in this trailer. It's stupid! Have any of you people actually gone to see any of these movies, or did you just get upset at the build up stages and just didn't bother? More

Posted by keaneye at 23:18 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

RE: New Trailer
I loved the theme of the TV show right at the end.   Other than that, by the looks of the cinemtography and sets, this film looks rushed and the CGI looks worse than T2 from more than a decade ago. More

Posted by hawkeye10 at 22:27 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

New Trailer
www.apple.com/trailers/universal/theincrediblehulk/ More

Posted by Jon1 at 22:14 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

Give 'im a break
I actually think the effects aren't that bad! And I am a massive fan of Ang Lee's Hulk! Leterrier and Marvel clearly have brought a new look to this verison of the green giant so it's obviously goin to have a different feel to it... but you can't write it off so soon without even seeing the finished product. Give it a chance, c'mon... More

Posted by mighty mick at 22:06 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

theres a few more up than what i saw this morning, i like the look off them. the little stuff that has come out is really varied, but i look forward to an all out fun film. the picture of hulk and betty in the room looks quite interesting :) More

Posted by kumar at 22:02 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

RE:
Agreed muchly with the CGI comments. I much prefer the Hulk in Ang Lee's film, and suspect I will end up much preferring that film too. Still, trying to keep an open mind and all that. Being on fire is kind of distracting me though. More

Posted by Bowl of Wrong at 21:33 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

still not doing it for me either... weird CGI, i dunno, i still think Ang Lees film looked better even by trailer standards... has any one seen the newest trailer, for some reason the it isn't tantilising like i was excpecting... dunno. i think i will pass on this one, and personally Eric Banas Hulk looked realistic enough and that was 3-4 years ago... to each their own i guess. More

Posted by darioattanasio at 21:16 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

still not doing it for me either... weird CGI, i dunno, i still think Ang Lees film looked better even by trailer standards... has any one seen the newest trailer, for some reason the it isn't tantilising like i was excpecting... dunno. i think i will pass on this one, and personally Eric Banas Hulk looked realistic enough and that was 3-4 years ago... to each their own i guess. More

Posted by darioattanasio at 21:16 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

RE: I'm still unconvinced
Dito... not a patch on The Hulk. Whatever you want to say about that film IMO it's the best use of CGI to date in any movie. More

Posted by bronco3114 at 17:29 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

RE: I'm still unconvinced
Yep, the CGI Hulk still looks dodgy. I suspect this will be Marvel's first big flop ! The problem with Ang Lee's Hulk fim was the last act (with Nick Nolte)...but at least the name Ang Lee as "director" attracted a lot of female viewers who would not normally watch a comic book film. The incredible Hulk seems to be aimed at a male audience only ! More

Posted by Makman at 16:46 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

RE: I'm still unconvinced
Is it me, or does the Hulk look a bit, well, plasticky? More

Posted by RJNeb2 at 12:22 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

Can't wait
I like the fact that they're releasing more images, but they're not giving anything away as to how the rest of the action looks. It's mainly just alot of posing, so I'm kind of desperate now to see the actual film to see what happens. More

Posted by keaneye at 12:22 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

I'm still unconvinced
The CGI just looks a bit dodgy in the stills. I hope it looks better in the film. Having said that it's a world away from the Ang Lee disaster. More

Posted by chriscoulthard at 12:22 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

I think this is going to be cool!! That first image looks like its straight out of the Ultimate Destruction game where he tears cars in half to use as boxing gloves! I hope so. Sounds like theyve taken some inspiration from that game with helicopters being pulled out of the air etc. Cant wait!!! More

Posted by Uriel Ventris at 11:29 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

dont release the film keep it to yourselves the hulk is horrible it always has been More

Posted by Hottest J call me H at 09:36 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

Enough of the pictures...
...just release the film already. More

Posted by jpt1976 at 09:27 on 30 April 2008 | Report This Post

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