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Old 02-09-2018, 02:15 AM   #141
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Hmm, might get this if it comes with a slipcover. Though I did prefer the action packed original artwork. However, the collector in me still needs the original release since I have them for all the other MCU movies. Lol
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Old 02-09-2018, 02:37 AM   #142
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I always wondered how the Hulk character worked with MCU since Hulk is under Universal so I can only assume Disney made same deal with Universal like they did with Sony for Spider-Man sadly Edward Norton never returned to play Hulk because of creativity differences.

But Edward Norton was right though about Avengers Joss Whedon just did okay.
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Old 02-09-2018, 03:01 AM   #143
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Guess its time to sell my Steelbook
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Old 02-09-2018, 04:27 AM   #144
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Guess its time to sell my Steelbook
:irony: Just put the 4K disc in your steel?

The rest of us need a SteelBook for our MCU collections !
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Old 02-09-2018, 04:35 AM   #145
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:irony: Just put the 4K disc in your steel?

The rest of us need a SteelBook for our MCU collections !
I have this one:



I don't like it as it doesn't have any inside artwork
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Old 02-09-2018, 04:37 AM   #146
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Back then, Marvel Studios answered to Ike Perlmutter. He was the one that didn't want to pay actors too much.
Feige still issued that classless statement against Norton. I am not going to blame one guy as its a whole collective in Marvel
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Old 02-09-2018, 04:39 AM   #147
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I have this one:



I don't like it as it doesn't have any inside artwork
Okay, ugh!

I never did like this generic layout for this or the other steels that have that 'scenes in boxes' format. That's not a keeper.
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Old 02-09-2018, 05:58 PM   #148
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I always wondered how the Hulk character worked with MCU since Hulk is under Universal so I can only assume Disney made same deal with Universal like they did with Sony for Spider-Man sadly Edward Norton never returned to play Hulk because of creativity differences.

But Edward Norton was right though about Avengers Joss Whedon just did okay.
Not really. Universal has the film distribution rights to the Hulk character.

Which means, Marvel Studios can use the character anywhere else, but if there's a solo Hulk movie, Universal has to distribute it.

As far as I know, that deal still stands. Which is why we've been seeing Hulk in Avengers and Thor: Ragnarok, but not in his own solo film.
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Old 02-09-2018, 10:26 PM   #149
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Not really. Universal has the film distribution rights to the Hulk character.

Which means, Marvel Studios can use the character anywhere else, but if there's a solo Hulk movie, Universal has to distribute it.

As far as I know, that deal still stands. Which is why we've been seeing Hulk in Avengers and Thor: Ragnarok, but not in his own solo film.
Ruffalo has suggested that Marvel wanted to try and work out a deal for a solo film, but Universal was not interested in coming to the table.

No idea if that was a deal like Spider-Man: Homecoming which Sony distributed, or just to get the rights altogether.
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Old 02-09-2018, 10:47 PM   #150
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Universal could do a lot worse than let Marvel make a Hulk movie, just like Sony and Spidey as you say. Uni stumps up the cash, Marvel makes it for them, watch dat box office cheddar pile up. But I think the difference here is that Universal aren't desperate to get a piece of the action like Sony were, they've got all these other billion-dollar franchises as well as several mini-franchises that make a lot of cash vs budget in their own right (Pitch Perfect, Fiddy Shades etc) so they're happy to wait. For what I don't know because the rights to these things often have to be exercised within a certain time frame in order to extend the period of ownership, like with Fox doing another FF flick (only for Fox to be bought by Disney anyway a few years later, lol).
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Old 02-10-2018, 01:57 AM   #151
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Curious, on this site it says it will be Upscale 4K how good are Upscaled 4K or should I just wait maybe one day there will be a True 4K release.
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Old 02-10-2018, 01:58 AM   #152
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Not really. Universal has the film distribution rights to the Hulk character.

Which means, Marvel Studios can use the character anywhere else, but if there's a solo Hulk movie, Universal has to distribute it.

As far as I know, that deal still stands. Which is why we've been seeing Hulk in Avengers and Thor: Ragnarok, but not in his own solo film.


Weird I wonder how that end of credit worked between Universal/Disney/MCU.
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Old 02-10-2018, 02:07 AM   #153
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There won't ever be a True 4k release of The Incredible Hulk as a 4k DI doesn't exist.

In any event, it's the HDR that'll (potentially) be the big difference. I find the 4k makes the biggest difference on older movies done on film with practical effects.
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Old 02-10-2018, 07:01 AM   #154
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The Incredible Hulk, it's still canon, except for Edward Norton's face.
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Old 02-10-2018, 07:17 AM   #155
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Curious, on this site it says it will be Upscale 4K how good are Upscaled 4K or should I just wait maybe one day there will be a True 4K release.
Most people won't ever be able to tell the difference from a 2k upscale to 4k and a native 4k.
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Old 02-10-2018, 12:06 PM   #156
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Curious, on this site it says it will be Upscale 4K how good are Upscaled 4K or should I just wait maybe one day there will be a True 4K release.
lol go for it.
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Old 02-10-2018, 02:23 PM   #157
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Curious, on this site it says it will be Upscale 4K how good are Upscaled 4K or should I just wait maybe one day there will be a True 4K release.
There are mutiple threads on this topic here in the forum. You can research a ton of technical detail if you desire.

Here is my summary: a few people are hung up on releases having a 4k di but most people on this forum take each film individually and acknowledge that the quality of a UHD release is not dependent on whether it has a 2k or 4k di. There are many examples of fantastic releases that were upscaled from a 2kdi. Other parameters are in most cases more important than native 4k or upscaled--- HDR being one of them. This is true even if you are watching a 4k projector with a 120 inch screen or are sitting just 3 feet away from a typical tv. But most of us are sitting 8 to 10 feet away from a tv and in that setting it is even more of a challenge to discern differences in resolution. HDR and other factors are discernable regardless though, hence their importance.

The other major issue is that for modern cgi heavy films, the film industry is geared toward creating the 2k di. There are too many factors to relate in a short post but suffice to say, if you are waiting for a modern film that includes a lot of CGI to be transferred from a 4K di, you will be waiting a very long time. Much of the development chain in the film industry has to be reoriented for that to happen and there are no signs that will start anytime soon. It would take major investments from movie houses and special effects companies to do all the cgi work in 4k and there is no reason, at least in their eyes, to spend that extra money.

This Hulk movie will never be released from a 4k di. If you want the best version of it this is the one to get, assuming this release is done well.
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Old 02-10-2018, 02:30 PM   #158
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Definitely picking this up. Other than Captain America's first movie and the Thor movies, this is the only other MCU title I don't own.
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Old 02-10-2018, 06:21 PM   #159
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Love this flick! Favorite Marvel solo film!

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Can't wait for this. DTS:X is gonna be amazing.
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