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Avengers Minisodes: Episode 2 - The Incredible Hulk

In the run up to the latest hotly anticipated Marvel blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron, Steve and Owen have been busy putting together a series of short 20-25 minute long minisode podcasts. 390 more words


Louis Leterrier Circles Shark Thriller 'In the Deep' at Sony

“Now You See Me” director Louis Leterrier is in early negotiations to direct action-thriller “In the Deep.”

Sony bought the spec script by Tony Jaswinski in September and set it up with former Warner Bros executive Lynn Harris and Matti Leshem as part of their recently launched producing banner Weimaraner Republic Pictures. 124 more words


Louis Letterier In Swim On Sony Shark Tale 'In The Deep'

Louis Leterrier is in talks to helm In The Deep, the Black List script by Anthony Jaswinski about a lone surfer attacked by a shark and stranded on a reef must find a way back to shore before succumbing to her injuries. 311 more words


Now You See Me (2013)

Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco, Melanie Laurent, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman

Dir. Louis Leterrier

Within minutes of the start of Now You See Me you wonder if someone has been watching the BBC series Hustle. 330 more words


Top Ten Hulk Stories of All Time

So I started writing about Peter David’s run on The Incredible Hulk comic book, but reading and writing about that is part of a larger project to nail down what the best Hulk stories are. 271 more words



Director of Photography: Peter Menzies Jr.

Director: Louis Leterrier

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"Are You Ready to Laugh?": Ed Norton, Louis Leterrier, and Marvel's Only Mistake

The first thing you realize when you become a professional at¬†something that you’ve always wanted to become a professional at–bounty hunting, fish tossing–when you finally get a gig that pays you to do the kinds of things that you would probably do (and probably have done) for free, the first thing you learn is that the difference between a professional and an amateur isn’t talent. 2,035 more words