Tim Roth, who played Abomination in The Incredible Hulk, told a group of reporters that he is signed for sequels and open to returning. At the end of their climactic battle in New York City, Hulk very decidedly let Abomination live to be captured.
"Yeah, they've got me for three," Roth said in a group interview on Monday, Jan. 5, in Culver City, Calif., on the set of his new Fox drama Lie to Me. "If we do one," he added.
A script for a sequel is still in the works, but Roth said that if director Louis Leterrier remains with the franchise, he is likely to be happy with whatever role he gives Abomination.
"I liked working with Louis very much, so if he's up to anything, I'll probably jump in with him," Roth said.
Roth's commitment to Lie to Me still leaves him open to make films during the hiatuses, as he already has. "Between the pilot and when we started, I did one, and then in the hiatus I'm going to do one as well," he said. "So I'll be in and out of film. Then they'll let us know at some point in February if we're going to carry on doing this."