The Incredible Hulk trailer in HD
The trailer for The Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and William Hurt is now online, and it's in high definition. Having just seen it I'm in two minds about it.
Sure it has more of an action and an immediacy feel to it, that much is something I expected from the director Louis Leterrier, but I'm just not sure it lived up to quite what I was expecting.
I'm probably going to have to take another look at it to be sure. Don't get me wrong, I think it is good, and the trailer is a really well put together one, but there's something that just doesn't quite fall into place for me.
There are a few good things though, we get to see both the Hulk and Abomination, and they are looking mightily good. The fact that they are about to face off in a busy city street also looks great, and the CGI looks as though there's a little more realism to it, although it still looks CGI. It looks less "plasticy" and more tangible and fleshy.
I do really like the way the trailer builds up the drama and the tension, and then plays on the moment of the reveal. I also like the way it's pointing towards Bruce Banner trying to control it and use it, not just trying to find a way to destroy it.
What do you think about The Incredible Hulk trailer then? Considering the story that Edward Norton was in heated debate about the cut of the film and the word is that he helped produce this final trailer, how do you think that bodes for the film, if he does win the battle to have that final cut his way?