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Hulk Director on the Involvement of the Incredible HULK on the AVENGERS

"If Hulk is a villain, that's too simplistic."
This from MTV's Splash Page...

"He's not really a villain," said the Leterrier. "If Hulk is a villain, that's too simplistic. What's great about Marvel is that it's never good guy and bad guy, hero and villain — it's more complex than that. Hulk could be in trouble and chased by Iron Man, no problem. But I don't think he would end up the villain, killing people and being villainous of his own free will."

"In the Avengers stories when he was the villain, he was always controlled by Loki or someone else, and it was never of his own doing."

And here's an interesting comment from the article...

"When you put Thor in Tony Stark's universe, it's fantastic," he continued. "Then you add the anti-superhero that is Hulk, who's like, 'Leave me alone, I don't want to be a superhero,' and you tell him, 'You have to come with us or you have to fight us,' and then on top of all this you have Captain America, a gung-ho super-soldier who starts doubting himself and his system... and that's fantastic. You have all these interactions, and that's just the beginning. Then you have the villains and the enormous potential of these action pieces."

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