Calm Down, the "Hulk" is Still Green

by | April 24, 2007 | Comments

Recently Avi Arad mentioned the phrase "different color" while discussing the "Hulk" sequel, but now he says "D’oh. I was just kidding."

Mr. Arad knows full well how seriously the fans take these characters, so the news that Marvel might be monkeying with the big guy’s color for "The Incredible Hulk", well, it caused a small amount of buzz. But now the producer says he was just jokin’ around — although, technically, the character will be a different shade of green.


Somethin’ wrong with the color of my skin??

Other tidbits include the fact that Edward Norton was originally offered the role in the first "Hulk," but turned it down AND the promise of some big casting news some time soon. (It involves a girl!) We’ll let you know when that news hits the wire.

Source: Empire Online

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