Lou Ferrigno is Back to Voice Hulk for 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron'
Briefly: For those who might not know, while Mark Ruffalo voiced The Incredible Hulk when he delivered his single line mocking Loki in The Avengers, the rest of the roaring, grunting and other various sounds made by the big green hero were brought to life by television's Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno. While appearing at WonderCon over the weekend, Nuke the Fridge (via Digital Spy) revealed that Ferrigno confirmed his return to voice Hulk again for The Avengers: Age of Ultron. We're betting Hulk's dialogue will be very limited again, but his role should be pivotal, and we've already seen him fighting with Black Widow and Tony Stark's Hulkbuster armor in the cool concept art revealed recently. Stay tuned for more.
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Wow, i didnt know that. Good for Lou. Still making money that guy.
Rock n Rollllll on Apr 23, 2014
Gotta love Lou Ferrigno...
Ryan Perez on Apr 23, 2014
Don't make him angry!
DJRickyV on Apr 23, 2014
I'd actually like for them to MAYBE start veering into a territory of giving Hulk more lines and make him less mindless. They don't need to go 'Gollum' with him or anything, but I think he could get more than one line a film. Either way, here's hoping that Bruce Banner and Hulk have a pivotal role in the film. After the first Avengers film, I think Marvel got the message loud and clear: MORE HULK!
Chris Groves on Apr 23, 2014
DAVIDPD on Apr 23, 2014
So why hasnt Hulk had his own movie yet?... Everybody seems to be getting the trilogy treatment except for this guy. Planet Hulk would EASILY be as badass as the other Marvel movies.
LosZombies on Apr 23, 2014
I much prefer Lou Ferrigno's voice in The Incredible Hulk to Mark Ruffalo's in Avengers. I hope he does all of the lines this time around now that they've established the stronger connection between Banner and Hulk.
Buttass on Apr 23, 2014
His Incredible Hulk used to scare the hell out of me as a child.
cobrazombie on Apr 24, 2014
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