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The Incredible Hulk: Becoming the Hulk (2008)

How to make the Hulk appear visually ant what degree does he keep Bruce Banner's sense of reality? Let Edward Norton act out Hulk's movements, emotional visages, and humanize the veins and body tone for a nine foot Hulk.
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How to make the Hulk appear visually ant what degree does he keep Bruce Banner's sense of reality? Let Edward Norton act out Hulk's movements, emotional visages, and humanize the veins and body tone for a nine foot Hulk.

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That shade of green really becomes you
21 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is the shortest of the three featurettes on the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD of The Incredible Hulk, with a running time of 9 minutes and 22 seconds. It is very well-paced and not boring for a second. This consists of interviews, animation at different stages of development, footage of them working out exactly how it should look and making adjustments, panels and covers from the comics and clips of the film and the 1970's television show. Everything is explained well, and this is immensely interesting if you want to know how they achieved the extremely realistic look and feel of the CGI in the movie. Did you know Norton actually provided the performance for the face of Banner's brutish alter-ego? To an extent, at least. It's gone into here. They do not go over the physical portion of it(by which I mean, the jumping around and smashing stuff), probably on account of them having covered that rather nicely in the other of these two, the one mainly focused on Abomination. This is edited well. There is no offensive material in this, nor particularly any spoilers. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about how they "did it". 7/10


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