As Marvel Studios continues to add to its ever-growing roster of new characters, fans can’t help but wonder if the incoming class is also replacing the MCU’s original group of extraordinary people who are still standing. Not only did Sam Wilson’s Falcon become the new Captain America, but Hawkeye seemingly set up Kate Bishop as Clint Barton’s replacement, and leading up to She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, fans were wondering if that trend would continue with Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk due to the introduction of Jennifer Walters.
But now, two episodes into She-Hulk’s nine-episode run, that doesn’t appear to be the case at all.
Not only does Smart Hulk seem to have an arc of his own in the Disney+ series, but when asked after Marvel’s rumored plans for a World War Hulk movie, Mark Ruffalo didn’t deny the project’s existence, admitting, “Anytime they want to do it, I’m here.”
As speculation for a solo Hulk film continues to grow, Ruffalo shared more of his thoughts on the Hulk’s future and what he would like to see from his character moving forward.
Mark Ruffalo Talks World War Hulk Possibilities
According to Entertainment Weekly, Mark Ruffalo is already thinking about the Hulk’s future and its possibilities, saying, “Five years from now it could totally morph into anything” and even referencing “World War Hulk.”
It’s possible that MCU fans will learn more about the studio’s plans for Ruffalo and the MCU’s potential for additional Hulks during Marvel Studios’ D23 panel on Saturday, September 10.
New episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law debut on Thursdays on Disney+.