The Hulk And Green Lantern are my two of my favorite comic book characters. In a way they kind of reflect the two sides of my personality. The one side of me that just wants to just smash everything, and the other side of me that wants to shine his light on the world for the good of humanity. Welcome to my weekly column. Where I will be choosing two things each week. One I want to smash, and one I want to shine my light on.
Hulk want to smash Universal Studios, this week. Mark Ruffalo say Hulk solo movie “…feels further away.”, this week. Universal still have rights, so if Marvel want to make Hulk movie they have to take all financial risk, and still give Universal share of profit. This make Hulk very angry. Hulk want Rufallo to get solo movie, because he so good at playing puny Banner. Hulk also want redemption for last solo movie, because Edward Norton was terrible Banner. Also, Hulk like Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky, but animators still screw up Abomination. Hulk deserve good solo movie. Even Ant Man get good solo movie. It not fair.
I feel your pain big guy, DC and Warner Brothers didn’t do a great job with my solo movie either, and I have to wait until 2020 for them to try again. I am lucky I at least get a shot at it though, it doesn’t look good for you my friend.
Don’t rub it in, or I use you like club to smash Universal this week.
OK, sorry Green Grump, just trying to commiserate with you a little. I do have some good news for you this week that should help take the edge off of your anger a little bit. It will also make you smile and laugh, I suspect. Ash Vs. Evil Dead premieres this week on Halloween night. The incomparable Bruce Campbell & Sam Raimi are back together and are giving us something far better than just an Evil Dead 4. We are going to get an hourlong dose of Ash Williams each week for the next ten weeks. So, instead of just another hour and a half, we get TEN glorious hours of tongue in cheek humor and blood splattering gore. This is truly a wonderful time to be alive, my friend. Take a look at the sneak peek of the first four minutes of episode one. It does not disappoint.