Avi Arad on Hulk 2
Monday, June 28 2004
Posted on The Seattle Times
The following was originally posted on The Seattle Times:
Marvel Studios CEO on "Spider-Man 2," other films
By Mark Rahner
Seattle Times staff reporter
If the '60s were the "Marvel Age" of comics, this is the Marvel Age of movies. We exchanged some word balloons with the man behind it all about "Spider-Man 2" and the spate of coming films based on some of Marvel's most revered characters, Marvel Studios Chairman and CEO Avi Arad.
Q: Let's talk about coming Marvel movies. In the "Hulk" sequel, will the green guy at least say "Hulk smash!" this time?
A: Of course. I think at the end of the first movie you see this commitment: "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry."
And he's coming to terms with who he is. "I've got this curse and I'm going to use it when I need to protect innocent people." And I think in [the sequel] you'll see a man who understands his problem, is trying to solve it, coming to terms with the Bruce side of it, still trying to reject the Hulk, finding a way to reject it, and there are consequences to that, of course. And who knows? Green turns to gray and all hell breaks out.
For the rest of the article, click here. Thanks to Hulk fan Jeff for the heads up.
This is an unofficial fan site and is in no way affiliated with the production of the movie, and all pictures and other material are not intended to infringe on any copyrights owned by Universal Pictures and Marvel Comics. All original content & design Copyright © 2007 GammaStorm.com