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Marvel Cinematic Universe fans around the world rejoiced when it was revealed The Incredible Hulk was finally coming to Disney Plus, although many of them seem to be getting a little too carried away.
As Kevin Feige’s outfit picked up the rights to Edward Norton’s one-time stint as the title hero – which was written in fine print to happen 15 years after its theatrical release – said the fine print also pointed out that Marvel Studios only owns the rights to this particular movie, not the character in general.
Unfortunately, then, the champagne will have to go back on ice for now if you were expecting world war hulk to be announced shortly, but the timing at least offers a hint as to what’s next. After all, Captain America: Brave New World has been lightly roasted to be a sequel to The Incredible Hulk in all but name, but maybe it’s all part of the plan.
Tim Blake Nelson’s frontman, Liv Tyler’s Betty Ross and the late William Hurt’s Thunderbolt Ross will all be reunited again in the same film – although Harrison Ford will step in as the latter – while Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth have both been reunited. widely featured in She –Hulk: Lawyer. All the pieces are there, so even if Marvel can’t quite put them together and make a mark Pontoon feature for now, it may well be moving in that direction.
Either that or we’re going too far, and Captain America: The Incredible Hulk 2 will announce its intentions well before its theatrical release next year.