The Hulk Junket
Thursday, June 5 2003
The first Hulk screening took place last weekend at the Alfred Hitchcock Theatre on the Universal lot. From the Chicago Sun-Times:
HULKING UP: At the first public screening of "The Hulk" (in the Alfred Hitchcock Theater on the Universal lot) Saturday night, security was very tight. Cell phones were checked to see if they contained camera features, and guards used wands on reporters to detect recording devices, etc. Director Ang Lee made a surprise appearance, telling the reporters that Universal and all those involved in producing "The Hulk" gave him everything he needed, "all the money I needed to make this the way I wanted to make it." So, Lee said, "If the movie sucks, it's all MY fault!"
**One of the biggest laughs at "The Hulk" screening came early on, when Lou Ferrigno, the star of the old TV show "The Incredible Hulk," walked across the screen in a quick cameo, playing a security guard.
I was there, and it definitely was "Incredible". A full review of the film will be posted a week before the film opens.
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