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One Quick-Minute with Lou ‘The Hulk’ Ferrigno
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One Quick-Minute with Lou ‘The Hulk’ Ferrigno

We sit down for a (literal) one quick-minute with Lou ‘The Hulk’ Ferrigno. What’s he have to say?

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Check out Popzara’s patent-pending (we hope) inaugural new experiment with One Quick-Minute with Lou “The Hulk” Ferrigno!  This speedy new format is either going to sweep the industry like a tsunami, or get us led out the door by our noses.  Regardless of the outcome, the very first person invited to this rapid fire, quick-minute structure is none other than the Incredible Hulk himself, Lou Ferrigno.  Yours truly braved the floor of the 2010 Planet Comicon in Kansas City (my homebase) to ask the truly needed questions without the bullplop or the same sentimental anecdotes we’ve heard a million times already.

But even in one quick-minute, Lou manages to spill the beans on several interesting tidbits, including his thoughts on the recent Marvel expansion, his potential new reality show, and even confirming a choice rumor concerning the future of The Incredible Hulk.  It may be just the thing that fans have been waiting to hear, and will hopefully give fans of Lou the answer they’ve been asking for.

So what’s the man have to say?  Without further adieu, here’s One Quick-Minute with Lou “The Hulk” Ferrigno!

First question. Is Edward Norton still involved with the Hulk at all?

Yeah I believe so. I think he’s going to be in the Avengers.

Are we going to see you in any other films at all? You going to punch anyone else out?

I plan to do another comedy. I’m reading a script now.

Are there any other projects you’re working on?

I’m working on a reality show with me and my family called ‘The Incredible Ferrigno”.

Is there any happening at Marvel that you have any say in?

No, but there’s a lot happening and I think it’s going to be the beginning of a whole new era.

So there you have it; all Lou and absolutely no filler whatsoever.  Sounds like Edward Norton is still involved in the upcoming Hulk projects (including the long-awaited Avengers film), as well as a new reality-show about the man himself.  Special thanks to Lou for taking a (literal) minute out of his busy schedule to speak with me, and to Christopher Jackson for arranging the meet-up.

About the Author: Drew Misemer