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The Marvel Presentation At Comic-Con

The following was originally posted on Superherohype.com:

The Marvel Entertainment movie team of Kevin Feige, Ari Arad and Avi Arad invited three directors of upcoming Marvel projects – Ant-Man, The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man - to share some details about the highly anticipated projects with attendees at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.

Newly named The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier (the "Transporter" films, Unleashed) told attendees that his vision for Hulk would still focus on Bruce Banner's hate for the monster inside him and carry a tone closer to that of the television show. Ari Arad added that the new film would focus more on the Hulk as hero theme.

"This is Marvel's horror movie," said Leterrier "It's Frankenstein meets Jekyll and Hyde with a little bit of Edward Scissorhands."

As for characters returning from the first film, Leterrier confirmed that General Ross will be there. Avi Arad addded that filming will start in April, 2007.

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