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La Marvel produrrà un nuovo film animato.
Il titolo è Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell e avrà come protagonisti Hulk e il Dottor Strange.
Nel film ci sarà anche il team conosciuto come Howling Commandos.

Il film sarà dark e destinato più a un pubblico adulto.

Da Outerplaces:

SDCC: Marvel Animation Announces New Animated Film

Look out DC Animation, Marvel's coming for you. During their Comic-Con panel on Saturday, July 23, Marvel Animation announced a new full-length animated film, Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell. The movie will focus on the Hulk and Doctor Strange, and will also feature the monster team known as the Howling Commandos. The movie is described as being dark, creepy, and more adult than any of the shows Marvel is currently producing, which could mean it was somewhat influenced by the more adult-oriented animated films coming out of DC. The film will be released sometime this fall.
Da AskWacker:

Hi Stephen,I've just read that there will be a new animated series about Ant-Man, and a new one with Groot and Rocket Raccoon. What about new animated movies? The last Marvel animated movie I saw was the one with Black Widow and Punisher. It's time to do something new!
We just announced Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell coming later this year.
Da AskWacker:

When will we get more info and some images from "Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell"? A trailer? It comes out in two months and a lot of people want to see what it looks like!
We’re working not he publicity/marketing plan now. Look for news soon.
Prima immagine ufficiale da Twitter:


Marvel's NYCC Plans Include The Premiere Of New HULK: WHERE MONSTERS DWELL Animated Movie

Marvel's latest Hulk-focused animated feature will guest-star Doctor Strange, and is set to premiere at NYCC in October. Plus, the cast of Netflix's Iron Fist will be in attendance. Click on for all the details...

Marvel has sent out a press release detailing their plans for the upcoming New York Comic-Con. Not only will the brand new animated movie, Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell, be screened, but fans will get the chance to interact with the cast of Netflix's Iron Fist, who will be making their first official appearance together at the event. The second season 4 episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will also be shown ahead of its premiere on ABC.

There's a lot more to look forward to, and you'll find the rest of the details below.

Marvel Television Presents: Marvel's Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D: Ghost Rider Friday, October 7 – 7:30 PM to 8:45 PM – Main Stage

Join Executive Producer Jeph Loeb (Marvel's Head of TV) and cast members as they share secrets from the hot new season and be the first to see an all-new episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Marvel Animation Presents Saturday, October 8 – 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM – Room 1A06

Join Marvel Animation for an eye-popping, toe-tapping, heart-stopping Panel celebrating Marvel’s acclaimed animated series Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister Six, Marvel's Avengers: Ultron Revolution, and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. Hosted by Cort Lane (SVP, Animation and Family Entertainment) and Stephen Wacker (VP, Current Series & Development), this Panel will feature exclusive sneak peeks from upcoming episodes, scoops on exciting new projects in development and a special reveal of Marvel’s biggest new animated project. You won’t want to miss this event!

The Netflix Original Series Marvel's Iron Fist Saturday, October 8 – 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM – Main Stage

Join the cast of the new Netflix original series, Marvel's Iron Fist in their first-ever appearance, as they answer questions and debut footage from the highly-anticipated show premiering on Netflix in 2017. Moderated by Executive Producer Jeph Loeb, this Panel promises to be one you won't want to miss!

WORLD PREMIERE: Marvel’s Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell Sunday, October 9 – 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM – Room 1A06

Join Marvel Animation for the world premiere of the new animated film, Marvel’s Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell! This spooky, action-packed, feature-length film follows Hulk, Doctor Strange and the Howling Commandos on a mission to stop Nightmare from conquering the world. Cort Lane (SVP, Animation and Family Entertainment) will join you to host this exciting, family-friendly premiere in Room 1A06 – can’t wait to see you there!

FX Networks Presents: Legion Sunday, October 9 – 12:30pm-1:30pm – Hammerstein Ballroom

Join FX Networks and Marvel for an exclusive sneak peek at Legion, the highly-anticipated drama series from showrunner Noah Hawley, followed by a moderated discussion and audience Q&A. Inspired by the character from Marvel’s X-Men comics, Legion is the story of David Haller (Dan Stevens), a troubled young man who may be more than human. This panel is one you will not want to miss!
Da BleedingCool:

Where Monsters Dwell – Hulk Gets New Animated Feature With Dr Strange And The Howling Commandos

Marvel has announced a new animated feature-length film, Marvel’s Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell. The new film features Hulk, Dr. Strange and the Howling Commandos joining forces to defeat Nightmare. The long-time Strange villain is bent on conquering our waking world by crossing through the Dream Dimension, and converting each dreamer into a monster. Can Dr. Strange, Hulk and the Howling Commandos hold the line and put an end to his nefarious scheme?

The film is premiering Oct. 21 on Digital HD and features a voice cast of: Fred Tatasciore as Hulk; Liam O’Brien as Dr. Strange; Jesse Burch as Bruce Banner; Edward Bosco as Warwolf and Minotaur; Chiara Zanni as Nina Price, Vampire by Night; Mike Vaughn as Zombie Jasper Sitwell; Matthew Waterson as Nightmare; and Michael Robles as Benito

It’s written by Marty Isenberg (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man,” “Ben 10”), Dave McDermott (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy,” “X-Men: The Animated Series”) and executive produced by Alan Fine, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada, Jeph Loeb, and Cort Lane
Da Newsrama:

Best Shots Advance Review: HULK - WHERE MONSTERS DWELL Animated Movie

Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell
Written by Marty Isenberg and Dave McDermott
Starring Fred Tatasciore, Liam O’Brien, Jesse Burch, Edward Bosco, Chiara Zanni, Mike Vaughn, Matthew Waterson, and Michael Robles.
Release Date: October 21, 2016
‘Rama Rating: 6 out of 10

Just in time for Halloween, comes Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell, the latest animated movie from Marvel. Taking its name from the sci-fi/monster title of the same name from the 1970’s, Hulk finds himself teaming up with Doctor Strange and this version of Howling Commandos to take on Nightmare and the creatures of his Dream Dimension. This takes place within the new established Marvel animated universe where the series Avengers Assemble also is a part of.

Being set on Halloween is a perfect environment for this cast and much like the plethora of Halloween TV specials begins with children trick-or-treating. It plays into sort of the Secret Defenders series from the 90’s where Strange would summon specific and random heroes for a quest that he needs help with. In this instance, Strange has summoned the Hulk and S.H.I.E.L.D.’s paranormal chapter that consists of Man-Thing, Warwolf, Vampire By Night, and the zombie Jasper Sitwell. The animation team took steps into making sure this was slightly more edgier than what is being presented on television, but still has a similar story structure that isn’t necessarily bad as it’s perfect for the desired demographic, but a more mature audience might be counting down the time before it’s over.

Clocking in at just about 90 minutes, there’s a lot to cover as each scene begins a new subplot and is quickly resolved. There’s this lack of dramatic tension that can’t build in between the spaces and characters go on to the next thing like the previous thing didn’t even happen.

Through its pacing faults, Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell has some strong merits. The voice acting is strong, even with Matthew Waterson as Nightmare doing his very best Mark Hamill Joker impression. Fred Tatasciore and Liam O’Brien reprise their roles as Hulk and Strange respectively. Both have been those characters through various mediums including television and video games before and they’ve gotten the hang of them by now. O’Brien casts spells with a certain conviction and Tatasciore smashes and commands a ferocity that’s hard to mimic even in live action. The rest of the cast is fine, but nothing that stands out by the end of the movie.

Though this movie is part of the Marvel Animated Universe, it’s pretty bound by its own setting. It doesn’t mention any past event or history and presents itself as a self-contained story. That’s all well and good, but the let down is that this is hardly anything new. While it’s great they’re throwing back to Strange’s first villain, Hulk feells lost in his own movie and the conflict he feels against Banner is something we’ve seen more than a few times. There’s a fun scene where Banner pilots the Hulkbuster armor to take down the Hulk, but what would have been more interesting is more of the science versus magic that Strange and Banner have really good banter over. A lot of this feels more of the same.

Hulk: Where Monsters Dwellis absolutely kid-friendly even with some gross-out moments involving Sitwell’s zombie-isms, has a some great animation to it, and having something superhero-related to watch for Halloween is always a plus. However, it felt so weighed down by some needless dialog and weak pacing that it feels so much longer than it is. There’s definitely a solid 45-minute episode of Avengers Assemble in this that could have easily worked better.


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