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The Incredible Hulk Sequel You Won’t Believe
The Incredible Hulk ‘s director suggested making a sequel including both the Grey and Red Hulks, offering viewers a deeper look into the character’s past.
It’s intriguing to consider how the idea of introducing alternate-colored Hulks would have been incorporated into the MCU timeline prior to the events of Avengers: Endgame.
The director highlights the intricacy of the Hulk character and expresses dissatisfaction with the way the character was depicted in the Disney+ series She-Hulk. His goals for the Hulk, in contrast, are at odds with how the character is portrayed in the Disney+ series.
The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier gave fans a sneak preview of what he had in store for them before leaving Marvel Studios.
One of the first films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was The Incredible Hulk, which was released in 2008. In an effort to revive the Soviet Union’s super-soldier program, Dr. Bruce Banner undergoes a disastrous scientific experiment that results in his transformation into the Hulk, which causes destruction and hostility. Fans had to rely on speculation to explain the character’s connection to the larger MCU despite a strong introduction to the character.
Since this character will continue to play a significant role in the MCU’s main events, many fans will have to turn to film rumors or Google in order to figure out who the Hulk was. The Incredible Hulk might have been the original tale if earlier MCU installments hadn’t set the stage, as the 2008 movie’s director had admitted. The 2008 movie Bright might have had a sequel, according to director Louis Leterrier, who was in negotiations to helm Bright 2 before Netflix pulled it.
Yes, it was nearly a whole sequel, Leterrier said at a comic book event. There were Red and Grey Hulks, as well as a ton of awesome things we were preparing. Since Harrison Ford’s portrayal of Thunderbolt Ross, the Red Hulk’s transformation-arrogance, in Captain America 4, the concept of including alternate-colored Hulks in the MCU has been discussed. Leterrier’s interpretation, however, might have placed this idea at a more appropriate time in history.
However, the director is cautious and aware that controlling the Green Giant “Hulk” in the Marvel Universe is a challenging undertaking. You want the original Hulk, the Red Hulk, Leterrier acknowledged. Then, when you visit Grey Hulk and Smart Hulk, you start to loose it a little bit and act somewhat childishly.
It appears that Leterrier’s suggestion for a Hulk sequel would have found favor among viewers.But it does raise the question of whether the director took too long to get to know the character. Even while Banner is currently firmly entrenched in his Smart Hulk persona, anything is possible in comic books and comic book movies. A change at that level might be a start on the right path because many people think Marvel Hollywood won’t advance without some major adjustments from the way things are now.