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New 'Hulk' trailer to debut with 'Daredevil' release

Official Press Release

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Pictures will debut the new never-before-seen theatrical trailer for the highly-anticipated summer release 'The Hulk' on Thursday, February 6 via satellite. Satellite coordinates are below.

The trailer will not be shown in theaters until Friday, February 14. Bowing on selected screens with 'Daredevil,' this second theatrical trailer for 'The Hulk' follows the well-received, widely-seen TV spot that aired during the first quarter of the January 26 Super Bowl broadcast. Universal Pictures will release 'The Hulk' on June 21.

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Acclaimed filmmaker Ang Lee's concept for his film adaptation of the classic Marvel Comics series, 'The Hulk,' combines all the elements of a blockbuster visual effects-intensive superhero movie with the brooding romance and tragedy of Universal's classic horror films. In depicting 'The Hulk' as both a superhero and a monster, a wish fulfillment and a nightmare, Lee and his team have stayed true to the early subversive spirit of the character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, while completely updating 'The Hulk' and projecting it into the dangers and aspirations of contemporary times.

Eric Bana ('Black Hawk Down') stars as scientist Bruce Banner, whose inner demons transform him in the aftermath of a catastrophic experiment. Academy Award® winner Jennifer Connelly ('A Beautiful Mind') portrays Betty Ross, whose scientific genius unwittingly helps unleash The Hulk; Nick Nolte ('The Thin Red Line') plays Banner's brilliant father, who passes on a tragic legacy to his son, and Sam Elliott ('The Contender') portrays the commander of a top-secret military research center.

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Universal Pictures is a division of Vivendi UNIVERSAL Entertainment (VUE) ( www.universalstudios.com ), the U.S.-based film, television and recreation entity of Vivendi Universal, a global media and communications company.

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