Tim Roth Is ‘Absolutely Game’ For A Return In ‘Incredible Hulk’ Sequel Or Other Marvel Movies

FROM SPLASH PAGE: While 2008’s “Incredible Hulk” only performed marginally better at the box office than its 2003 counterpart, many fans praised Louis Leterrier’s take on Marvel’s green goliath as a significant upgrade from Ang Lee’s earlier film. One of the most notable improvements, according to many critics, was the addition of award-winning actor Tim Roth as the villainous soldier Emil Blonsky opposite Edward Norton’s scientist-on-the-run Bruce Banner.

Even though [SPOILER ALERT] Roth’s character was on the receiving end of a Hulk beatdown at the end of the film (despite becoming the mutated behemoth Abomination), the door was left wide open for a potential return. And as Hulk fans know, Blonsky is a regular presence among Hulk’s rogues.

While chatting with Roth recently about “Lie to Me,” the Fox television series in which he plays a human lie-detector of sorts, I managed to slip in a few questions about his experience battling one of Marvel’s most iconic characters — and whether we’ll see Emil Blonsky square off against Hulk again down the road. Read more…