Ruffalo: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ will combine to feel like ‘Hulk’ standalone movie
Yeah, I don’t know. Mark Ruffalo has a, uh, curious way of describing his character’s presence in Thor 3, and Avengers 3 and 4. The Actor Who Hulks states that in lieu of a Hulk standalone movie thanks to Marvel Studios+Universal Film People Stuff beef, the character’s arc in his next three movies will combine to feel like a standalone movie. Which sort of makes sense? Like — I imagine if you combine the arcs of any of the characters across three or more movies, you have a significant amount of character development.
Rumored no more! Confirmed right now!
Oh! I see. Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk went missing at the end of Avengers: Age of Dulltron (I’m trolling, I actually bought the movie). Since then, fans have been wondering where the Big Green Bastard is going to show up, and it looks like we’ve got our answer. In…Thor 3?
Don’t get your purple pseudo-undies in a bunch, Hulk fans. You may be clamoring for some more Hulk in Cap Americavengers 2.5. But it just ain’t happening. You, me, all of us are going to chill out and be patient in our desire to know where Banner went at the end of Age of Ultron.
So. This is a rumor that keeps popping up, and every time I’m just like. Can’t we confirm this shit already? How can the Hulk not be in Civil War to some extent? I imagine his fucking thrashing of countless billions of dollars of property in Age of Ultron to be a key component for whatever form of superhero registration is presented in the movie.
Want several new images from Avengers: Age of Ultron? Of course you do. Or maybe you don’t. I don’t know you very well. But you have a nice smile, and I think your day is going to be a-okay.
Marvel’s maybe reversing their “No Way, Jose” stance on the Hulk getting a solo movie. How do you guys feel about a Hulk flick? On one hand, I’m like. Cyeah, bro. Smash shit. Be angry. For ninety minutes. On the other hand, perhaps the Hulk rules when he’s sparingly on the screen. The transformation is still special, the destruction still noteworthy.
Guillermo del Toro hints at ‘big name’ writer for his ‘INCREDIBLE HULK’ TV show. Please god not Lindelof.
The whole fucking Hulk on TV and in the movies but being two different universes – maybe – and two different actors – definitely- hurts my fucking skull. It doesn’t take much to hurt my skull. Children. Math. Squirrels. So trying to comprehend the complexity of the Bruce Banner multi-medium conundrum gets the nose bleeding. Can’t this shit be simple? Maybe? With all of this incestuous riddling, I’m finding it hard to get excited for the TV version of the Hulk product. Maybe del Toro knows this, and that is why he is tweaking my nipples with sweet nothings.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has to be having a blast lighting money on fire and screaming to the people in the street, “It simply does not matter!, we have so much now!” whilst wearing only a smile. Pausing briefly from his euphoria, he’s laid out the upcoming plans for the Marvel Movie Money Making Machine.
Potential spoilers? after the jump.
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!