Whenever people bring up The Incredible Hulk and Punisher: War Zone as "great" examples of how an origin can be shown again on film without spending too much time on it, I always say the same thing; those films were originally sequels to the previous film. I know some won't like to admit it, but The Incredible Hulk's script was written as a sequel to Ang Lee's Hulk and the only thing that was changed in pre-production when Marvel Studios became the only producer on the project, they decided that they wanted a reboot. It was a similar thing that happened with Punisher: War Zone but that was completely out of nowhere as far as I could tell. But I still feel that putting the superhero's origin in a film isn't always a bad thing. For example, you could always approach the superhero in different ways, trying to reinvent and conform to the advancements in technology. I don't care if they show superhero origins a million times for all I care since in the comics, they are always touched upon in flashbacks and reboots. How do you feel about the subject matter.