IGN FilmForce has learned that Showfax, a Los Angeles-based site that posts script pages and sides for actors to use in upcoming auditions, has published six pages from the June 16, 2003 draft of Catwoman.
The History channel is capitalizing on the popularity of superhero movies and has produced a special on the subject that will air Monday (23rd) night.
E's got a good run down of how this weekend's new movies are doing. Of course we fans knew all along that Hulk would be #1, but here are the current estimates for all top 10:
1. The Hulk - $62.2 million
2. Finding Nemo - $20.5 million
Estimates are now in for the weekend take of the Hulk Movie. Box Office Mojo reports that it will likely be almost $63 MILLION! Another home run for Marvel! Monday's true numbers are coming next.
Box Office Mojo reports that Hulk made an estimated $23.8 million dollars on Friday alone! Actual numbers won't come till Monday. Stay tuned for more details.
Written by the Hulk himself, Lou Ferrigno, My Incredible Life As the Hulk is more than simply a memoir of one man's experiences; it is an inside look at the popular series and the profound effect that the character has had on the general public.
Don't miss it! This Saturday and Sunday, the ABC Family Channel network will have a two-day take over of the animated Hulk. See the schedule of episodes at the link.
It's opening day for the Hulk Movie, and all the media rags are critiquing and writing articles about it. We've gathered them all up for you in one place so you don't have to do any searches. Have fun, and check back later for new reading. We'll be loadin
MADAME TUSSAUD'S latest attraction had to be lifted through the roof of the famous waxwork museum yesterday - because it was too big to go through the doors.
We told you on Tuesday that our scoopers were reporting the first Punisher trailer would appear during previews at the Hulk Movie...
The original comic series created in 1962 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby was intended to last just six issues. Yet Marvel execs found that the Hulk - like nearly every hero and villain in comics - is very difficult to kill.
Once-bankrupt comics publisher comes back with a vengeance. The Hulk's creator, Marvel Entertainment, has seen a string of box-office successes derived from its stable of super-heroes that have made it to the big screen.
It's gonna be a monster of a weekend. A 15-foot-tall green giant versus a 15-year-old boy wizard? Not even champion movie producer Samuel Z. Arkoff could have dreamed that up.
Hulk does not get miffed... Hulk does not get teed off, perturbed or a little bit hot under the collar. Hulk does not get difficult, dyspeptic or obstreperous. Hulk does not get a bee in his bonnet. Hulk does not wake up on the wrong side of the bed... Hu
"'Hulk' has the ripped gusto of a pop myth being reinvented. It’s excessive and too long, but with exciting macho blows it pounds away at machismo."
Now here is a critic that we can believe without reservation. A real college student newspaper review of the Hulk Movie.... "The film succeeds so wonderfully due in no small part to Lee's effort and interpretation."
This critic says the movie is great to look at, but a little flat. Yet its not really negative..."Fans of the comic book will probably be pleased and thrill seekers in general will get plenty to chew on... Ang Lee's film version of Stan Lee's Marvel comic
It's a battle of the merchandising giants.
Don't forget that tonight you've got some TV viewing to do! If you want to see the new Punisher clip that will be shown in the Hulk Movie Previews, be sure to watch Access Hollywood. Also, the Sci-Fi Channel Special - Hulk: The Lowdown airs tonigh
Lee is tickled green that the Hulk