A New Smashing 'Incredible Hulk' Trailer on the Net
Less than a month away from its theatrical release on June 13, fans are given a chance to get a glimpse of other unseen footages from the forthcoming summer action movie "The Incredible Hulk" through the viewing of its third trailer. There is a saying that this trailer has been screened in the theaters attached to "Speed Racer".
Considerably shorter than the first two, the one-minute long new trailer is still able to offer more explosive action sequences from the film. From what it is shown, this compilation of clips focuses more on the green superhero himself strengthened with the impressive opening when Hulk makes his way out of the crushed asphalt. On the downside though, much of the footages compiled within are only a remix of the two earlier trailers.
Promising to give a more action-packed "Hulk" movie than the previous, "Incredible Hulk" teams up acclaimed actor Edward Norton, who also serves as the film's co-scripter, with "The Transporter" director Louis Leterrier. The new version of "Hulk" will work as the opening chapter to the series of the green enraged superhero. In this film, Bruce Banner is forced to make a good thing out of the "Hulk" inside him to battle The Abomination. The Universal Pictures' action fantasy is also supported by a list of strong actors, including Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt and Tim Blake Nelson.
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