Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro says that Marvel has the screenplay in hand for his proposed live-action TV revival of The Incredible Hulk.
With plaudits being thrown in Andrew Garfield's direction for his performance as Peter Parker in Sony's rebooted The Amazing Spider-Man, you can't help but feel for Tobey Maguire, whose take on Parker seemed to be relatively popular during his tenure as Marvel's friendly box office blockbusting wall crawler from 2002-2007. But he's hardly the actor to suffer from rebootitis the most…
ABC has passed on AKA Jessica Jones, a drama pilot based on Marvel's Alias series created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos. However, network President Paul Lee remains hopeful that the live-action revival of The incredible Hulk could be a possibility for the 2013-2014 season.
Although Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige essentially dismissed the likelihood of a third Hulk movie, Marvel's president of consumer products suggests that initial response to the character in The Avengers could lead to another solo outing within three years.
Hot on the heels of the world premiere of Joss Whedon's The Avengers, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talks vaguely about Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America's next partner and the odds of third Hulk movie.
Finally, some good news for Disney in a year that's seen John Carter bring some ridiculously heavy clouds to the skies over the Magic Kingdom just for being a (relative) flop: Marvel's The Avengers looks like it's going to be a big hit, with pre-release tracking giving it an opening weekend of somewhere in the region of $125 million. Impressive? Sure. But also, just maybe a little low…?
Select AMC cinemas will show Iron Man, Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avengers back to back on May 3, capped off by the midnight premiere of The Avengers.