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    Default Lou Ferrigno Claims a New Hulk Film Will Follow "Avengers: Age of Ultron"

    The star of the "Incredible Hulk" television series says another solo outing for the Green Goliath is, indeed, in the works.


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    Marvel has supposedly mapped these movies out until 2028, and has generally been coming out with 2 a year. So that's Cap and Guardians this year, then Ant Man and Avengers 2 next year, then 26 more. Surely there's room for a Hulk 2 in there...and a Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Cap 3 and 4, Iron Man 4, Thor 3 and 4, Hulk 3, Avengers 3, 4 and 5, Guardians 2 and 3, Ant Man 2, Wasp, Defenders (following up on the upcoming TV serieses), Nick Fury, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Mockingbird, Punisher, Captain Marvel 2, Doctor Strange 2, Black Panther 2...

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    I'm not offended by more Hulk, but it might be best to wait until Avengers 3 or have him appear with another character's film. The filmmakers have to figure out how to make a compelling feature-length Hulk drama. Incredible was a modest success stateside, but wasn't quite the super-hit domestically that it was planned to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    I'm not offended by more Hulk, but it might be best to wait until Avengers 3 or have him appear with another character's film. The filmmakers have to figure out how to make a compelling feature-length Hulk drama. Incredible was a modest success stateside, but wasn't quite the super-hit domestically that it was planned to be.
    When was it planned to be a hit? It was slated to be direct-to-DVD while they were making it, wasn't it? I understood that it got bumped up to a theatrical because they expected it to do okeh, not to do fantastic.

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    I think I'd rather wait on a third Hulk film. He's already had two average, if entertaining, movies and had a better showing in Avengers.

    I'm cool with one down the line, but not in place of something like Black Panther or Captain Marvel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t hedge coke View Post
    When was it planned to be a hit? It was slated to be direct-to-DVD while they were making it, wasn't it? I understood that it got bumped up to a theatrical because they expected it to do okeh, not to do fantastic.
    It cost way too much to be a direct to dvd film, don't know where you heard that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t hedge coke View Post
    When was it planned to be a hit? It was slated to be direct-to-DVD while they were making it, wasn't it? I understood that it got bumped up to a theatrical because they expected it to do okeh, not to do fantastic.
    Yeah, I'm pretty sure it was always set for theaters. I don't think they would have ever just made it to stuff it on direct-to-DVD

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