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Originally, the Hulk was supposed to turn grey in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But ultimately the visual effects team decided to appease the people, and keep him green.
Joss Whedon cut one of the Hulk's best scenes out of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but don't worry, he set it aside so Marvel can use it down the line.
Hulk has a large part to play in the Age of Ultron, from his relationship with one uniquely skilled Avenger through his tumble with Hulkbuster till the very end. But what did happen at the very end, exactly?
While Hulk gained a great deal of notoriety thanks to the Incredible Hulk television show, and was considered by many to be the best part of Joss Whedon's The Avengers, the two solo features in which he has starred in the past 15 years didn't go over nearly as well with audiences or critics.
Only two days after tackling the 2003 film Hulk, the folks over at CinemaSins are back to nitpick and criticize the Green Goliath’s subsequent big screen outing The Incredible Hulk.
When tales of how a superhero began their mission of good is told right, they’re the stuff of legend. Here are some of the most famous superheroes of all time ranked by how great and epic their origin stories are.
Mark Ruffalo wants Marvel to make more Black Widow merchandise for the most adorable reason ever.
While it’s been said that the battle against Thanos is what the Marvel Cinematic Universe has really been building to since 2008, the company doesn’t exactly have plans to shut its doors beyond that point.The big question that looms over all of it, however, is where does the MCU go from there?
What to know everything that's wrong with Ang Lee's Hulk? Of course you do.
In Avengers 3 everything we’ve seen so far in the comic book movie world has been building towards an epic big screen battle against the alien warlord known as Thanos. It's called the Infinity War and Marvel will split it into two parts.
Every fan of The Avengers remembers that memorable line Bruce Banner delivered during the Battle of New York: “I’m always angry.” Now Joss Whedon has revealed its origin.
Marvel has been staying secretive about what’s in store for Hulk following Avengers: Age of Ultron, but new information suggests that they won’t be skimping on future appearances from the Green Goliath.
It looks like the task of creating a solo Hulk movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is more complicated than we realized. Marvelites have been dying to know why the House of M won’t give the new Bruce Banner his own standalone outing, but according to Ruffalo, it’s out of Marvel’s hands at the moment.
Joss Whedon brought his entire Avengers: Age of Ultron cast to the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank to promote the upcoming blockbuster and talk all things Marvel. When asked by a journalist what concessions Whedon asked Marvel to make during the Phase Two run up to the release of Age of Ultron, the director and Feige recalled two main things that Whedon requested.
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we've seen Bruce Banner suffer the embarrassment that comes with unintentional public nudity multiple times. This is definitely a problem that's been going on for far too long, but it's one that is finally given a solution in Joss Whedon's upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
This sequence has been hinted at in pretty much every piece of marketing material leading up to the May 1 release of the Marvel sequel. And it includes a very important piece of information: Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) is, indeed, controlling The Hulk.
There are many paths they could take the Hulk down for future movies, but one especially interest twist is if the MCU shifted Hulk from her to villain. Just look to his alternate-timeline counterpart the Maestro for inspiration.
At this point, we need to come to terms with the fact that we might never see another solo Hulk movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But Marvel has compromised a bit. According to Joss Whedon, Hulk plays a major role in Age of Ultron, way more so than in the first installment.
Yesterday Robert Downey Jr. posted the Iron Man-centric poster for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Now it’s time for The Hulk to shine, and he looks like he’s ready for battle.
In Marvel’s 2012 team-up mega-movie, The Avengers, Mark Ruffalo’s rendition of the Hulk was undoubtedly the scene-stealer of the film. Yet, contrary to that celebration, it seems that Ruffalo has serious doubts if he will ever step in front of the camera for a solo run with his widely lauded version of Hulk.