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Ang Lee's rendition of the Marvel superhero "The Incredible Hulk" didn't strike a chord with audiences. Largely considered a critical failure, it's not surprising that someone else would give it another try to see what they could do with the guy in green that you wouldn't like when he's angry.
This summer, director Louis Leterrier (The Transporter, Unleashed) gets his chance, as The Incredible Hulk opens in theaters on June 13, 2008. Edward Norton gets to play Bruce Banner this time, with Liv Tyler as Betty Ross.
We don't have many details for the movie yet besides the cast list, a plot summary, and a lone photo of Edward Norton as Bruce Banner (see our Information Page for everything we have so far), but the trailer is debuting tomorrow, Wednesday March 12, on 7 TV networks simultaneously. At 9:56PM EDT/6:56PM PDT, the trailer will air on MTV, MTVU, MTV2, VH1, Spike TV, Nick at Nite, and CMT.
Following that television premiere, the trailer will be available on MTV.com for an exclusive run, and those going to theaters to see Doomsday on Friday will be able to see it up on the big screen for the first time.
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