Monthly Hulk 2 Update
Monday, November 1, 2004

What's going on with the Hulk 2?  Well, below are links to the latest news to keep you up to date:

Hulk 2 in Development for 2007
Thursday, October 28, 2004

The following was originally posted on Newsarama:

In a release from Marvel, President and CEO Allen Lipson said: "Our robust Q3 and year-to-date operating results continue to benefit from the expanding brand awareness of the Marvel Universe. The recent agreement with Antefilms for animated Fantastic Four programming is part of Marvel's continuing strategy to support brands through multiple exposures in feature films, animated TV series, direct-to-video projects, video games, and other merchandising opportunities. This strategy is focused on developing a recurring stream of entertainment exposure fueling sales of Marvel-branded products."

Breaking things down by division:

Marvel Character Feature Film Line-Up For 2007

Character/Property Studio/Distributor Status

Spider-Man 3 Sony/Columbia Director, May 4, 2007 release
Namor Universal Pictures Script, Slated for 2007 (1)
The Hulk 2 Universal Pictures Development, Slated for 2007 (1)
Wolverine Fox Development, Slated for 2007 (1)

(1) Represents a change from the previously supplied schedule

Marvel Character Animated Direct-to-Video Projects in Development
Partnership with Lions Gate to develop, produce and distribute original animated DVD features. Four projects in 2D/3D format are in development with the first release slated for 2006. Characters include: The Avengers 1, The Avengers 2, Iron Man and The Hulk.

During a conference call with investors this morning, several topics were covered:

Arad said that Hulk 2 will be happier and more fun than the original movie.

For the complete article, click here.

Bana Set to Return for Potential Hulk Sequel
Thursday, October 7, 2004

The following was originally posted on Movie Hole:

Talking to Australia's Filmink Magazine - about the DVD release of "Troy" - Eric Bana debunked claims that he won't be back to reprise his role as Bruce Banner in a "Hulk" sequel.

Various reports over the last twelve months suggested that the stand-up comic turned Hollywood it-boy had walked away from the role, with producers now in search of another lad to fill the torn shorts. But Bana tells the mag that he's "seriously consdering" a second shot at playing The Hulk, with the studio keen for a sequel.

Bana also - again - laughed at rumours that he's in the running to play 007. He's simply not interested, he tells.

The sequel, which Jennifer Connelly will also return for, could give us our first glimpse of the Grey Hulk apparently, and include villains The Leader and The Abomination.

Connelly Contractually Committed to Hulk 2
Wednesday, September 22, 2004
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In an article at USA Today on the "Wimbledon" premiere, a rep for Jennifer Connelly talked about her involvement with The Hulk 2...

Although Connelly, in a deep-blue Chloe dress, wasn't talking in deference to her husband, a rep for the actress said she's contractually committed to Hulk 2.

Avi Arad on Hulk 2
Monday, June 28 2004

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?

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.

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