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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #205 - angelusprimus
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(05/04/2013) [-]
ok just a few minor things.
JARVIS is not an acronym, its a backronym. Which means they had a name Jarvis, and wanted to make an acronym from it. In the comics, Jarvis is an actual butler, much like Alfred.

Lou Ferigno didn't voice or play the Hulk in Ang Lee's The Hulk, but he did appear in the movie as a security guard.

And why they had to offer it to Sinatra isn't complicated at all. Die Hard was based on a book called Nothing Lasts Forever, which was sequel to a book The Detective. The detective was filmed 15 years earlier with Sinatra playing the lead, and he had a contract for the sequels.
User avatar #286 to #205 - rieskimo
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I thought we all agreed we weren't going to talk about that Hulk again.
User avatar #220 to #205 - supamonkey
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I think Lou Ferigno does voice the Hulk in Ang Lee's Hulk, but it's only one line. He says "puny human" after bursting through a mirror in a dream sequence in which Banner is shaving in front of a large steamed-up mirror.
User avatar #275 to #220 - angelusprimus
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I thought so too, but its actually just Eric Bana's computer modulated voice.
From Lou's Official webpage:
In Ang Lee's 2003 film Hulk (2003) the Hulk is computer-generated, so Lou plays a completely different part - that of a security guard (along with Stan Lee) at the lab where Bruce Banner works. In the 2008 film The Incredible Hulk (2008), he plays a security guard again, this time one who allows Bruce Banner to enter with a pizza -- and also, once again, voices the Hulk.