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One of the greatest things about comic book movies is watching characters we know and love kick the hell out of each other, and it's starting to sound like Thor and Hulk are next up to throw down.
It’s looking likelier that Mark Ruffalo will reprise Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk, in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok. Still, the question remains: how exactly does Hulk fit into the movie? We have a few guesses.
Recent rumors going around have said that Mark Ruffalo's next appearance as The Hulk will be in the cosmic adventure Thor: Ragnarok - but if a new report is to be believed the God of Thunder and the Green Goliath may not be the only heroes featured in the 2017 blockbuster.
Comic-Cons always bring out top-notch displays of cosplay. We would say everyone’s a winner when it comes to cosplay, but the clear standout of New York Comic-Con this past weekend was the near-life-sized version of Tony Stark’s Hulkbuster armor from Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Marvel’s Phase Three seems to be marked by multiple high-profile team ups. Ant-Man is coming back, with The Wasp at his side. Captain America’s sprint through the Civil War will showcase nearly a dozen different superheroes. And now we’re getting a report that Hulk may get a team up.
Looking at both the direct effects of today’s announcements, as well as considering some other choices that the studio could have made, we’ve collected a list of five different groups of Marvel fans who were probably left a bit bummed by the developments. Read on to find out who.
We almost got to see a grey variant of The Hulk in Avengers: Age Of Ultron, and it would have happened too, if it wasn't for one detail.
Marvel fans are all brought together through their mutual love of the brand’s fantastic superheroes and adventures… but like every fanhood, not everyone is always on exactly the same page. While some enthusiasts love one aspect of the comics, movies or television shows, there’s usually an equally-sized group of others who couldn’t more wholeheartedly disagree with them.
One of the biggest Marvel fan theories out on the web is that Hulk will make his way into Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2. Unfortunately, some theories are just that — theories. Director and screenwriter James Gunn addressed the matter — once again — on Twitter and put an end to speculation…for the time being, anyway.
Mark Ruffalo has confirmed that Hulk will not appear in Captain America: Civil War, leaving the character’s whereabouts still unknown. However, we have thoughts of our own on where he’s hanging out, both logical and slightly out there.
Despite chatter that Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk would be popping up alongside nearly every other Marvel movie character in Captain America: Civil War, this is not the case. However, that doesn’t mean he wasn’t included originally.
There have been conflicting reports for months about whether fans will see Mark Ruffalo reprise Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk, for Captain America: Civil War, but now new information has leaked that may lend credence to an appearance.
Using what they call Sentiment Analysis, they looked at the content of the Tweets to determine if heroes were liked or loathed. For example, the data showed that not a lot of people Tweeted about Quicksilver from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. But those who DID Tweet about him said nice things!
According to some critics, Ant-Man exposed the chink in Marvel’s billion-dollar chain. For George R.R. Martin, it’s glaring. As a self-proclaimed longtime Marvel fan, there were a couple aspects of the film that disappointed him, but his biggest gripe seemed to be with the villain.
McAfee has released this year’s list of Most Toxic Superheroes, i.e. the heroes that are likely to give your computer a virus when searching for them. Check out who all earned this less-than-stellar honor.
Mark Ruffalo told reporters a couple months ago that the studio didn't actually have the full rights to the Hulk character, calling him "Universal's property," and that's what was preventing the company from creating a new project. As it turns out, Ruffalo was mistaken.
Ruffalo mentioned last week that Robert Downey Jr. had suggested he’d be in the movie, and while we were wondering whether this was Ruffalo’s Avengers: Age of Ultron co-star having a little fun with him, now it sounds like the Iron Man actor actually did tell Ruffalo that he has a part to play in the Marvel movie.
If Superman and The Hulk, two of the strongest superheroes of all time, were to battle, who would be the victor? That was the question comedian Jon Stewart asked actor Mark Ruffalo on The Daily Show.
One of the notable absentees from the Captain America: Civil War cast list is Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk. However, Robert Downey Jr. seems to think that Tony Stark’s fellow science bro will make an appearance.
While Marvel Studios seems a tad bit unclear on the subject of what to do next with Hulk, fans have spent years clamoring for a live-action adaptation of the popular arc known as Planet Hulk. But what would this movie look like? Thanks to a brand new fan trailer, we have a nice little idea.