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Coming Soon: Live Action Series of 'The Incredible Hulk'

October 15, 2010 (7:15 am) GMT
Not only Wonder Woman which gets a new TV series treatment, but also the green monster which was once made famous on small screen by Lou Ferrigno.
Coming Soon: Live Action Series of 'The Incredible Hulk'

"" is not strictly for wide-screen version, but for TV series as well. ABC is reportedly in "very early stages of development" of a live-action series adaptation of the popular Marvel comic book about a physicist who turns this green monster when his emotion is triggered.

Since the project is young, there is no writer yet for the pilot but the network is looking for one. The pickup comes on the heels of the TV right bought by ABC's parent company Disney. It is part of a push from Marvel to enter the TV realm which was kicked off with the launching of Marvel TV in June. The network's head Jeph Loeb reportedly had put the "Hulk" adaptation as one of his top priorities.

"Hulk" has been adapted into TV series before with the memorable one starring in the title role. It ran on CBS from 1978 to 1982. Two live-action/CGI movies were then released in theaters, starring and respectively. The green monster is due to be played by in "".

TV adaptation of comic heroes and heroines are springing up as a trend lately. Warner Bros. TV and DC Comics announced earlier this month that they are developing a "Wonder Woman" show with David E. Kelley.

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