Video: 'Incredible Hulk' Spoofed on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

June 14, 2008 04:00:39 GMT

The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' show on June 12 gives out treats to 'Incredible Hulk' fans by making a special spoof video about the movie when Edward Norton was making special appearance on the show.


Video: 'Incredible Hulk' Spoofed on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
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Just days before "The Incredible Hulk" is making its way to the theaters, its main star Edward Norton paid a visit to television host and comedian Jimmy Kimmel on his prime time show "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night". And, on the show aired on June 12, viewers are up for a treat with the broadcast of a video spoof from the action movie.

The lampooned video of "Hulk" which can be seen below opens with similar footages compiled for the trailers. But, few brief seconds following the real footages, a new scripted scene takes over. In it, Bruce Banner played by Norton is trying to bring out the Hulk in him. When he has finally awaken Hulk, his transformation is interrupted by a green man breaking a part of his lab's wall. The man later claimed that he is the Hulk inside Banner, while Banner is not convinced by it seeing that the 5'4" man is too small to be the green beast. The next thing that happened, both of them are arguing and fighting ridiculously.

"Incredible Hulk" has begun its theatrical screening across the country on June 13. Directed by Louis Leterrier, the action movie starring Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt and Tim Blake Nelson tells the story of Bruce Banner who is on the run from the military because of the accidental power he gained from gamma radiation. While trying to find cure of the raging green beast inside him, he is faced with a new and more powerful enemy, The Abomination, forcing him to choose between continuing his run or becoming a hero.

"The Incredible Hulk" Spoof Video From "Jimmy Kimmel Live":



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posted by bingo on Jun 14, 2008
very funny .. lol :)

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