Lou Ferrigno


What is Movie News After Dark? It’s your nightly dose of what’s hip and happening in the world of entertainment. It’s also the friend who brings top shelf beer to the party, rather than a six pack of Pabst Blue Ribbon. It’s not that hip. In anticipation of a new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man to be released this Thursday, iTunes has put up a few new images that show the hoodlum known as Peter Parker in action. He’s in a lab. He’s getting arrested. The kid is always in some sort of trouble. He probably could go more subtle with the outfit.



Announcing cameos in movies seems pretty pointless, especially if the announcement has the ability to ruin a great (zombified) surprise. However, the news that Lou Ferrigno will be involved in The Avengers seems 1) obvious considering his track record with past Hulk films and 2) completely surprising for some reason. Whether he’ll be rocking a cameo like in the last Hulk or if he’ll be hilariously playing Dum Dum Dugan remains to be seen, but Ferrigno himself told an interviewer for Nuke The Fridge that he was involved. Judging by Marvel’s love of self-referencing, it seems like they have the perfect opportunity to shove Lou Ferrigno and Stan Lee into the same cameo shot. Perhaps as two sparring wrestlers at a gym or two cranky baristas at a local coffee shop. Either way, it’ll be nice to see the original Hulk hanging out while new Hulk (and crystal clear Hulk) steps into the spotlight.



While none of us are man enough to say, we think that ‘I Love You, Man’ was pretty cool, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t find 5 things to break up over.



Some of the issues tackled (or smashed, rather) in these two seasons include a drugged-out rock star contemplating suicide (with Mackenzie Phillips playing right to type) and – believe it or not – midget wrestling.


While the brand new Incredible Hulk movie is about to hit theaters, we decided that it was a good time to take a look back at the origins of The Hulk’s stardom, particularly on the small screen.

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published: 01.27.2015
published: 01.27.2015
published: 01.27.2015
published: 01.27.2015

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