HomeMediaMagazine:The visual effects artists who brought The Incredible Hulk to life showed off some of their work to a select group of journalists invited to the Rhythm & Hues studio in Marina Del Rey, Calif. The Hulk DVD and Blu-ray Disc street Oct. 21, and the artists behind the film's visual wonders were sensitive about its hi-def exhibition.
Visual effects producer and supervisor Kurt Williams said that fans could pick any frame from the Incredible Hulk Blu-ray Disc and observe top-quality images.
"I will say people are becoming more and more sensitive to the ability in Blu-ray to stop and start," Williams said. "That was a challenge for us, especially with [director] Louis [Leterrier] and Marvel [Studios]. It was very important that from frame one to the end frame of this movie that you could stop anywhere you want and it's real."
"I just got a big *ss TV and hi-def system at home," Derksen said. "Every night I watch effects films on it and it scares the sh*t out of me. We lose a lot more sleep because of Blu-ray."