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Louis Leterrier [1]


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Born:June 17, 1973 (45)
Filmography Rating:8.00 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.40 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.00 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:67.00%
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The Incredible Hulk [2008](35) => Director

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Captain America: The First Avenger [2011]
  • Louis Leterrier viewed some of the concept art for the film, and was impressed enough to offer his services, but Marvel Studios turned him down. However, his film The Incredible Hulk features a small appearance by Captain America: a deleted scene set in the Arctic features his body hidden in a slab of ice.
    The Incredible Hulk [2008]
  • Although director Louis Leterrier liked Hulk, he concurred with Marvel Studios that to continue the franchise it would be better to deviate from Ang Lee's cerebral style from the first film and focus on a more action-filled tone. He also believed that in keeping with Hulk's poetic feel, the VFX were mostly "a fluorescent-green guy who was simply flying around; he had no weight and was too smooth-looking," so he wished to make the film's VFX grittier and darker "and perhaps even a little scarier!"
  • According to Louis Leterrier, the final scene (Banner grins as his eyes turn green) was a deliberately ambiguous shot: it was meant to show that Bruce finally learns to control the Hulk (for a Hulk sequel) or will become a menace (as the villain for the film The Avengers).
    Transformers: Age of Extinction [2014]
  • Roland Emmerich, Joe Johnston, Jon Turteltaub, Stephen Sommers, Louis Leterrier and David Yates were considered to replace Michael Bay before Bay decided to return for the fourth film.