Word is spreading that Edward Norton is threatening not to promote
The Incredible Hulk when its June 13 premiere nears, due to the fact that he is unhappy with the final cut. (To name but one similar past squabble, Norton famously warred with director Tony Kaye over the edit of
American History X.)
While distributor Universal Pictures has no comment on the alleged friction between the actor and Marvel Studios, Norton's rep tells the New York Post, "Edward was brought on... as a producer, screenwriter and actor, so it shouldn't surprise anyone that he has a lot of creative input. His deal was for [three Hulk films], and he takes those roles seriously."
Please don't make Edward angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry.
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