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Planet Hulk -- Earth's mightiest heroes exiled him to outer space. Now the Incredible Hulk has crash-landed on a distant alien planet, ruled by the tyrannical Red King, and he must become the planet's mightiest gladiator if he wants to survive.
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2 February 2010 (USA) See more »
Will he save their world or destroy it?
The Incredible Hulk, ejected from Earth in a spaceship, crash-lands on a planet ruled by a tyrant, who forces him to fight in a coliseum against other powerful creatures. The Hulk reluctantly befriends the combatants on his team. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Not as good as the book, but then again, what adaptation is? See more (26 total) »


  (in credits order)

Rick D. Wasserman ... Hulk (voice)

Lisa Ann Beley ... Caiera (voice)

Mark Hildreth ... Red King (voice)

Liam O'Brien ... Hiroim (voice)

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Korg (voice)

Sam Vincent ... Miek (voice)
Advah Soudack ... Elloe Kaifi (voice)

Michael Kopsa ... Lavin Skee (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Beta Ray Bill (voice)

Marc Worden ... Iron Man (voice)

Lee Tockar ... Android (voice)

Russell Roberts ... Primus Vand (voice)

Donald Adams ... Governor Churik (voice)
Doug Abrahams ... (voice)

David Kaye ... (voice)
Ellen Kennedy ... (voice)
Campbell Lane ... (voice) (as Cam Lane)
Chantal Strand ... (voice)

Directed by
Sam Liu 
Writing credits
Greg Pak  based on the comic "Planet Hulk" by and
Carlo Pagulayan  comic "Planet Hulk" by

Greg Johnson (screen story) &
Craig Kyle (screen story) &
Joshua Fine (screen story)

Greg Johnson (screenplay)

Stan Lee (creator: The Incredible Hulk) and
Jack Kirby (creator: The Incredible Hulk)

Produced by
Joshua Fine .... supervising producer
Craig Kyle .... supervising producer
Stan Lee .... co-executive producer
Takeo Minami .... assistant producer
Frank Paur .... producer
Eric S. Rollman .... executive producer
Carrie Wassenaar .... line producer
Yoshihiro Watanabe .... assistant producer
Original Music by
Guy Michelmore (music composed by)
Film Editing by
George Rizkallah  (as George P. Rizkallah)
Casting by
Jamie Simone 
Production Management
Cory Gustke .... production manager
Art Department
Patrick Archibald .... storyboard artist
Phillip Bourassa .... head character designer
Steven E. Gordon .... additional storyboards (as Steve Gordon)
Gary Hartle .... storyboard artist
Vinton Heuck .... additional storyboards
Lauren Montgomery .... additional storyboards
Rick Morales .... storyboard artist
Stephen Nicodemus .... lead background painter
Phillip Norwood .... additional storyboards (as Phill Norwood)
James Peters .... color models
James Peters .... colorist
Fred Reyes .... additional storyboards
Adam Van Wyk .... storyboard artist
Brandon Vietti .... additional storyboards
Craig Wilson .... additional storyboards
Sound Department
Kyle Billingsley .... foley mixer
Charles Dayton .... sound fx predub
Mike Draghi .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Draghi .... supervising sound editor
Diana Gage .... recording producer
John Guentner .... foley cueing
Bret Johns .... sound effects editor
Eric Lewis .... adr recordist
Laura Lopez .... studio manager
Aldo Martinez .... assistant recording engineer
Nickolas Meade .... foley editor
Terry Reiff .... dialogue editor
Zachary C. Ross .... sound effects editor
Derek Seaborn .... recording engineer
Ernie Sheesley .... dialogue recording
Derek Simpson .... recording engineer
Tim Walston .... sound designer
Visual Effects by
Joel Moser .... additional visual effects
Thomas D. Moser .... 3D modeler (as Thomas Moser)
Thomas D. Moser .... visual effects (as Thomas Moser)
Animation Department
Fedja Jovanovic .... background design supervisor
Aeolan Kelly .... animatic editor
Masao Maruyama .... animation producer
Kirk Tingblad .... animation director
Robert Walz .... animatic editor
Alex Yeh .... animation co-producer
Casting Department
Diana Gage .... casting: Vancouver
Theresa MacFarlane .... casting: InterPacific Productions
Editorial Department
Steve Ingram .... additional editor
Jonathan Polk .... assistant editor
Music Department
Jan Holzner .... score recording engineer
Rachel James .... copyist (as Rachel Grave)
Rachel James .... orchestrator (as Rachel Grave)
Rachel James .... score preparation (as Rachel Grave)
David Ari Leon .... music supervisor
Mark Ryan .... music editor
Other crew
Kalia Cheng .... production assistant
Daniel Engelhardt .... production management: Lionsgate
Thomas D. Moser .... design supervisor: end title (as Thomas Moser)
Frank Paur .... supervising director
Jamie Simone .... voice director

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USA:81 min

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The council tries to decide whether Hulk is the Sakaar Son or the World Breaker. In Marvel's Fear Itself storyline, Hulk would be possessed by Nul, the Breaker of Worlds.See more »
Red King:This is great day for all of Sakaar. My loyal citizens, you'll be relieved to know that the violent prisoners responsible for that destructive riot have been apprehended. Unfortunately, the most savage of them all will not be feeling the executioner's blade, for you cannot kill what is already dead.
Hulk:I'm not dead. I'm just mad.
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Movie Connections:
Version of The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) (TV)See more »


Will this be another animated film?
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20 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
Not as good as the book, but then again, what adaptation is?, 29 January 2010
Author: nonserviam03 from United States

Planet Hulk was a year long storyline in the Marvel comics Incredible Hulk series that saw the Hulk betrayed and tricked by the Illuminati, a group of Marvel superheros including Iron Man, Black Bolt, and Dr Strange, blasted into space, and sold into slavery. The story was a sci fi fantasy epic, with incredible writing and character development. It is one of the smartest superhero stories that I have ever read, and that's impressive, considering that it is a story that centers around a character whose dialogue generally used to consist of the words "Hulk," and "Smash," and little else. I never liked the Hulk until I read this book, and after having read it, he's one of my favorite Marvel characters.

Now when I heard that they were doing an animated, straight to DVD feature based on the book, I was elated. The big question now, is how does it measure up? With a resounding "Ehh." Planet Hulk (the movie) is a relatively faithful adaptation, but as it clocks in at only about an hour and fifteen minutes, things had to be changed and cut. No one particular change really bothered me all that much, and I understand a lot of the big ones (leaving out No-Name of the Brood, and swapping Silver Surfer for Beta Ray Bill), but the overall experience suffers from how short the movie is. It seems like with the time they were allotted they had to choose between plot and action, and they chose action. It felt very rushed, and most of the characters besides Hulk seemed almost arbitrary.

That being said, the animation style and the voice acting are top notch and all of the action is very well-done. I don't even dislike this movie, and it really is a fun ride, but I just found myself not caring about the characters nearly as much as I did in the book.

If you haven't read it, you'll enjoy the movie. So watch it, and THEN go read the book.

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