It's certainly not much, but what appears to be the first teaser poster for next summer's The Incredible Hulk has popped up over at the Licensing Show in New York City, among an assortment of promotional material for films like Where the Wild Things Are, The Golden Compass, Beowulf, The Dark Knight, Speed Racer, Kung Fu Panda and Iron Man. That's it to the right of your screen (courtesy of Wizard); as you can see Hulk looks pretty much as he should from behind, all jacked up and what not. What's interesting about the poster (and I don't know if this was done solely because of the location of said Licensing Show), but it appears Hulk is standing in the shadows on a New York City street. Does this mean most of the film will be set there? Should we now start looking forward to Hulk hurling a taxi cab at someone? Granted, those two street signs could be anywhere, but NYC immediately popped into my mind when I saw it. You be the judge.
Also of interest (to me, at least) is the first image from Spike Jonze's Where The Wild Things Are, adapted from a book that I read about a trillion times as a kid. Jonze and Co. are taking their time with this one; originally, I thought it was supposed to hit theaters this fall, but apparently I was wrong -- the release date on IMDb shows October 3, 2008. Those interested can also check out two posters for Iron Man, as well as more shots of the Mach 5 from Speed Racer and the Batpod from The Dark Knight. Wizard has a full gallery of images up now, so head on over there to check it all out. And, as the poster declares, The Incredible Hulk will crush theaters on June 13, 2008.