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‘Hulk’ Is “Dullest” Superhero Movie Ever — According to Honest Trailers (Video)

'Hulk' Is "Dullest" Superhero Movie Ever — According to Honest Trailers (Video) - The Hollywood Reporter

"Get ready for the most forgettable movie about a giant, rage-filled monster ever made." YouTube/Screengrab

"Get ready for the most forgettable movie about a giant, rage-filled monster ever made."

It's not easy being green.

Before The Hulk was a fan favorite in The Avengers, Ang Lee brought the angry green giant to the big screen with 2003's The Hulk. The Universal film starred Eric Bana in the titular role, and has often been criticized as among the slowest paced superhero films ever.

Now Honest Trailers is looking back on the film, calling it one of the "dullest" superhero films of all time.

"Get ready for the most forgettable movie about a giant, rage-filled monster ever made," narrator Jon Bailey says, going on to add, "Travel back to a time when [Marvel Studios head] Kevin Feige could still f--k up a superhero movie." 

Check out the action (or lack thereof) below.

Fox Faves Exploit Baltimore Violence To Attack African American Mayor

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Yesterday, the violence in Baltimore had barely started when two of Fox’s favorite African Americans jumped at the chance to use the tragedy as a springboard for attacking Baltimore’s African American mayor.

The sole topic on yesterday’s Your World was the Baltimore riots. On Your World, guests David Clarke and Alveda King wasted no time pointing fingers. Host Neil Cavuto did not reveal Clarke’s Republican political aspirations and falsely suggested King represented the views of Martin Luther King.

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Album Review: Blur Comes to a Personal and Professional Crossroads on ‘The Magic Whip’

In order to finish The Magic Whip, its first album in a dozen years, Blur had to revisit the past. This wasn't the ­distant past of 1994's Parklife or 1995's The Great Escape, cheeky Britpop triumphs that branded the London foursome as Gen X's answer to The Kinks; nor was it the more recent past of 2003's muted, muddled Think Tank, recorded amid the departure of guitarist Graham Coxon and released just before a five-year hiatus.

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Horror Classic ‘Don’t Look Now’ to Get Remake From StudioCanal (Exclusive)

Horror Classic 'Don't Look Now' to Get Remake From StudioCanal (Exclusive) - The Hollywood Reporter

Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman are producing the remake of the Donald Sutherland-Julie Christie supernatural thriller. Courtesy of Photofest

Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman are producing the remake of the Donald Sutherland-Julie Christie supernatural thriller.

Classic 1970s horror movie Don’t Look Now is getting the remake treatment.

StudioCanal is revisiting the movie with Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman of The Picture Company on board to produce a new iteration.

Directed by Nicolas Roeg, the 1973 atmospheric supernatural thriller starred Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie as a couple grieving the death of their daughter. While in Venice, they meet two Catholic nuns, one of whom claims to be clairvoyant and is in contact with their daughter in the afterlife. The woman brings an ominous message from the afterlife, warning that their lives are in danger.

The movie was known for its stylish editing style and generated notoriety for its graphic sex scene, with debate persisting to this day whether or not Sutherland and Christie engaged in actual intercourse.

No writer is attached but the producers and company are looking to follow a similar game plan they worked with their remake of Escape from New York: finding the project a studio home then attaching writing talent. Studios are already expressing interest in Don’t Look Now.

Rona and Heineman, who were behind Liam Neeson’s Non-Stop among other action thrillers, have The Tracking of a Russian Spy eyeing a fall start. They are also behind one of the several Robin Hood projects that have popped up around town; Nottingham and Hood is set up at Disney.

Los Angeles Film Fest Adds ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Dope’

The Los Angeles Film Festival announced Tuesday that it will present Rick Famuyiwa’s Dope and Pete Docter’s Inside Out as pre-festival screenings that will take place in advance of the festival, which runs from June 10-18 in downtown Los Angeles.

The fest, produced by Film Independent, will screen Dope on June 8. The African-American comedy stars Shameik Moore as a high school kid in a tough neighborhood, who’s invited to an underground party. The cast also includes Tony Revolori, Kiersey Clemons, Blake Anderson, Zoe Kravitz, A$AP Rocky, Chanel Iman and Quincy Brown.

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Cannes: Fox Searchlight Nabs Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘Youth’ for North America


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