Louis Leterrier Explains How He'd Approach 'The Avengers'

"Incredible Hulk" director Louis Leterrier recently revealed that he's on the short list of potential directors for "The Avengers," Marvel Studios' upcoming team-up extravaganza featuring Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk and various other characters from the studio's movie universe.

When MTV News caught up Leterrier during the junket for "Clash of the Titans," his remake of the 1981 classic, we asked him how he'd approach the film if given the chance.

"It all starts with the ensemble... the cast," said Leterrier. "It's all about the cast. It's all about the characters. You have to find the way to enter the movie through the cast."

"With 'Avengers' it would be a little different, because a lot of the cast would have been casted by different directors from other movies, but you can still bring everybody together," he added. "That's what we did that was great on 'Clash of the Titans' — for the first three weeks, we brought everybody into a room and we workshopped the movie."

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