Solo ‘HULK’ Movie Being Considered For 2015 Release; GREEN BACKS PREVAIL.

I’m getting a bit of the old motion sickness from whipping my head around following the conflicting Hulky reports. I had just assumed a movie was in the works. Kevin Feige said no. Now some other dude who runs a part of the Marvel Entertainment Kraken is all like “Yeah, prolly”. Someone give me a goddamn answer!

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[When]  asked recently if a third solo “Hulk” film could be on the horizon, Marvel Studios chief  Kevin Feigepretty much confirmed that plan wasn’t in the cards. “Well, no. This was [the character’s] other shot, right?,” Feige told the  Huffington Post  in reference to the Hulk In “The Avengers” film. “I mean, this was the third appearance of Hulk and everything that we had and were going for, we put in to Hulk’s appearance in ‘Avengers.’ So, I love that people are saying that and are feeling that way about Hulk, but mission accomplished at this point.”

Yet this runs contrary to a more recent interview in  Forbes  with  Paul Gitter,  Marvel Entertainment’s President of Consumer Products for North America. Evidently the Hulk has been tracking so well in audience popularity thanks to “The Avengers” film Marvel are revising their game plan.

Forbes says Marvel executives have been “pleasantly surprised by the phenomenal response” to the green monster turned super hero, and expect this fan popularity to further grow once “The Avengers” hits on May 4th. “His sales are up in a major way. We repositioned him from where he was always misunderstood to now depicting him in a more heroic and aspirational manner,” Gitter told Forbes.

Forbes says, quoting Gitter, “that if the Hulk’s successful turnaround continues, Gitter says Marvel will ‘spin him off to a stand-alone [TV] program next year,’  supported by a big budget franchise movie in 2015.” So the TV program, we knew (Guillermo del Toro  is supposed to be  an executive-producer), but a 2015 franchise movie is certainly a new idea. Would whoever starred in the TV show also star in the movie? Apparently Marvel is so over the moon with the emotional and impulsive Bruce Banner alter ego they’re exploring ways to promote the Hulk as a corporate icon in the same way that  MetLife  uses the  Peanuts’ characters as their corporate mascots.

Shit. I completely forgot about the television show. Well, I want my Hulk to be All Ruffalo everything up in the house. I mean Jesus Fuck can’t we establish some sort of stability with the Green Monster’s human-mask? Different mediums, different actors. S’all goddamn confusing.