Trailer Watch: The Incredible Hulk full trailer

The full Incredible Hulk is finally online, in glorious Quicktime, with just a few days left ’til Iron Man (which has been getting almost uniformly, enthusiastically positive reviews) strikes theaters. Fanboy shit-talkers have been saying that the lack of promotion for the Hulk reboot was proof it was a sure-fire dud, and while you might disagree, I think the new trailer is evidence to the contrary. (They also bitched and moaned about the obviously early special effects in the teaser, too, so whatever.)

It might actually show too much, though, since you can form a pretty linear outline of how things need to break down in the film from the scenes you see. If this rocks as much as I’m hoping, director Louis Leterrier wil be forgiven for the god-awful crap that was Transporter 2.

The Incredible Hulk stars Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, and William Hurt and hits theaters on June 13.

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Posted on April 30, 2008 at 18:04 by Gordon@MovieMakeout · Permalink
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  1. Written by BrianMojo
    on 2008-04-30 at 21:03

    Nope, still looks bad.

  2. Written by Tom Brazelton
    on 2008-04-30 at 21:10

    “Fanboy shit-talkers?” Wait. Are you talking about me?

    I’ll admit that the effects work looks a little more polished this time around – and the transformation sequences are bitchin’ – but I’m not seeing anything that says this will be an out of the park home run.

  3. Written by Gordon McAlpin
    on 2008-04-30 at 21:14

    No, I meant Talkbacker types.

    And I agree that it doesn’t look like a “home run,” but I think it looks like Grade B+ Big Dumb Fun. It’s the friggin’ Hulk! Do you really need more than that? It’s a poooopppppcoooooornnnnn fliiiiiiiick. :)

  4. Written by scruffy
    on 2008-04-30 at 22:49

    Man. I’m not even a Hulk fan, and that trailer made me geek out. How they not only got the green light to do another Hulk movie after the disaster that was the Ang Lee version, but that this one looks so much like recent comics (I can’t help but think of The Ultimates watching it), is beyond me. But I am now officially psyched for this movie.
    I’m glad this one and Iron Man both look so good, as its helping me spread my enthusiasm out, so as to not get TOO focused on how incredibly bad I want to see The Dark Knight.

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