Here’s a bit of trivia for you: when he was coming up with an idea for a new comic, art Jack Kirby witnessed a woman lift a car to get her child out from under it. The moment helped inspire one of his most famous creations: the Incredible Hulk.
ILM has released a gigantic FX reel from The Avengers. Showcasing their work on the Helicarrier, alien destruction, and how they turned Mark Ruffalo into the Hulk. It's totally fascinating.
Turns out the awesome Bruce Banner moment with Harry Dean Stanton was a bit longer than what we saw on the big screen. Here's the first ever deleted scene from The Avengers DVD, showing the Hulk getting introspective.
Jason Statham responds to the Transformers rumors. James Cameron drops a ton of new hints about how Avatar 2 and 3 will explore wild new settings. And will a beloved but dead character return to Game of Thrones?
We heard about all the scenes that were cut from Star Wars for years. And then, with the Blu-ray release, we finally got to see all of them... and we learned just why they were cut in the first place.
Stare into the green face of Mark Ruffalo!. Marvel has just released the first ever concept art for The Incredible Hulk for their next comic book blockbuster The Avengers, along with an amazing poster with all six Avengers assembled!
Damon Lindelof explains why Ridley Scott's Prometheus is more than just an Alien prequel. Guillermo del Toro confirms a key bit of Pacific Rim casting. Plus a former Doctor Who star is possibly headed to Game of Thrones!
Marvel's big superhero ensemble movie The Avengers released an early look at some rough promo art. Which includes some concept art for Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye, and Mark Ruffalo's Hulk!
Propworx is hosting a seriously huge auction, selling off an incredible selection of memorabilia, including a couple of legs from Aliens' Queen, Starship Troopers Hero Morita Rifle, a jar of Mr. Green's blood, Hulk heads, BSG's star-maps, Baltar's Cylon testing kit, and more. Out of our way — we want to bid on…
We might know who Joseph-Gordon Levitt is playing in The Dark Knight Rises, and it's a lot more believable than Robin or the Riddler...and yet another Inception star could be joining the movie. Bryan Singer explains how X-Men: First Class connects to his earlier films, plus Michael Fassbender talks Magneto and Ridley…
Last night Family Guy spoofed Lou Ferrigno's classic Incredible Hulk TV series yet again. This time they recreated the original show intro, but with Peter, Tom Tucker and Stewie.
If only Ang Lee had used the animatronic Hulk that special effecs genius Steve Johnson built for his movie. From the mind behind Tim Burton's crazy disco Superman suit comes another bit of movie-making magic: a realistic, moving Hulk.
Kick-Ass wasn't a box-office sensation, but it may have helped superhero films break out of their same old boring mold, the Guardian suggests. Here are eight other superhero films that Hollywood can study, which helped avoid the same old cliches.
We're jam-packed with spoilers today, as Zack Snyder talks Superman, Damon Lindelof talks Star Trek, Ghostbusters 3 might be a go, The Hobbit casts every awesome British actor ever, The Hunger Games looks for a lead, and much, much more!
Looks like the major networks are ready to get back into the comic book business. Marvel just announced a whole slew of characters they're cooking up TV shows for, including the Incredible Hulk, possibly with a Guillermo del Toro twist!
It's a high-fashion beatdown, with Sarah and a supermodel spy trashing each other in the dressing room and on the catwalk. Just one of two all-time-great moments in last night's Chuck. The other being Morgan Grimes' management seminar. Spoilers ahead...
When a superhero makes the jump from comics to TV, you anticipate that the show will deviate from the source material somewhat. What you don't expect is Spider-Man piloting a giant robot or the Thing hanging out with Fred Flintstone.
In the Malayalam-language film Asithayan, a 10-year-old kid becomes a Hulk-like behemoth and smashes those who would abuse the public trust. It is the best and/or most ridiculous thing you'll see all day.
HitFix is reporting that Marvel's going with another actor to portray Bruce Banner in The Avengers instead of prior Hulk Ed Norton. Who? We should hear who's wearing the purple pants come Comic-Con. UPDATE: Norton's definitely out of the running.
To celebrate the season of egg-dyeing and bonnet-wearing, we decided to pull together all of our favorite movie Easter Eggs for your holiday enjoyment. Here's hoping the Easter Bunny brings you a Sumatran Rat Monkey in your basket.