Somehow this feature slipped right by me -- hopefully, it slipped by you too so that this post's existence is justified.
Now that the dust has settled on the new trailer for The Incredible Hulk, you might have a few questions about it -- like "What's up with Abomination?" or "Who's that guy?" or "Why does it look all unfinished?" Just don't ask "Why didn't I like it?" because there are no answers for your worries, my friends.
Well, director Louis Leterrier has answers. In an Empire exclusive, he takes viewers frame by frame through the trailer and explains what is going on, why he did what he did, and that, no, the effects aren't done. Oh yeah, and that the final fight between Hulk and Abomination will be a doozy: "Our final battle – unlike a normal movie where the final fight scene is six minutes long, ours is 26 minutes long! So you get 26 minutes of two monsters pummelling each other through New York City, jumping up and down, ripping helicopters from the sky and stuff. You know, lots of green blood on the street, splashed all around. So it's pretty cool."
26 minutes? Wow, I think I'm tired just reading that, let alone watching it. Still, at least this isn't a movie where the Hulk rips Wolverine in half -- then we'd never get an ending at all ...