For all the shows that actually make it on the air, there are dozens more that stall out in development hell.
Halloween brings out the wild side in everyone. People can dress as whoever and whatever just for the fun of it. This year, we saw our fair share of celebrity costumes, but Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's took the cake.
The news on Guillermo Del Toro's (Hellboy) new Hulk television series has been few and far between, and now it seems to be stuck in a holding pattern for the immediate future. Lucky for us, he has a few other superheroes in mind he'd like to bring to the small screen.
Image of the Day: Stan Lee with Batman and the Hulk—naked!
A Brazilian man got so carried away with his love for The Avengers that he painted himself a lovely shade of emerald and entered a local costume competition. And then he discovered that the paint wouldn't come off. Hulk wash!
When ABC's fall schedule was announced, there was one oft-rumored project that was conspicuously absent: The small screen reboot of Marvel's The Hulk, with none other than Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy) attached to produce. Well, we're happy to report that Bruce Banner's latest adventure ain't dead yet.
In a new interview promoting The Avengers, Mark Ruffalo has spilled on just how many films are included in his Marvel contract as The Hulk—and rumor has it, one could be a solo flick.
It seems S.H.I.E.L.D. may be more interested in the man behind the monster in the latest clip from Marvel's The Avengers, as Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) meets up with Dr. Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).
This summer, Mark Ruffalo has giant shoes to fill. He'll appear as Bruce Banner and his alter ego The Hulk in Marvel's The Avengers. When it comes to film versions of the character, Ruffalo is picking up where Edward Norton (The Incredible Hulk) and Eric Bana (Hulk) left off. So what will make his incarnation so special?
Wanna see the maestro himself, Joe Quesada, lay down the lines and show exactly how Hulk roars to life? Check him out in this preview for "Master Class," a series of fun shorts on Disney XD where the comic commander displays his prowess with the pencil, creating Marvel's most iconic heroes.