The End of Hulk is Near But The Green Monster Shall Not Be Missed
We love Hulk 3000! It seems like, fans would have to say bye-bye to Mark Ruffalo in the upcoming Disney+ She-Hulk series.
Apparently, the Marvel Studio Executives have decided the fate of the green monster and we might not like it! Mark Ruffalo’s fan favourite character hulk might see death eye to eye, in the upcoming She-Hulk series. As reported by We Got This Covered, Hulk is to be killed off by Red Hulk.
Heads Up! Mark Ruffalo and Marvel Studio are set to kill off the green monster
- Different Hulks in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Marvel Has Killed Hulk Before
- Ruffalo’s Marvel Contract
Hulks in the MCU
With the upcoming Black Widow movie, fans are speculating General Thunderbolt Ross to finally Hulk out! And if the rumours are anything to go by then fans would see not one but two Hulks, majorly battling it out on screen. A much deserving farewell to the character on prime of his powers.
General Thunderbolt Ross has been the part of the Hulk timeline since the Edward Norton Days. Over the years we have seen him going behind the Avengers while other characters fade out.
Now as Black Widow movie kick-starts phase 4 in November 2020 due to coronavirus pandemic. A Red Hulk cameo in future Disney+ series wouldn’t be a shock. And might open up the avenue for Sinister Six plotline.
With the introduction of She-Hulk, Red Hulk and fans expecting Hulkling to join the MCU in young avengers. It’s imperative for the production to say bye-bye to another OG Avenger and create the Iron-Man death effect again with the fans.
Marvel Has Killed Hulk Before
In the recent past, Marvel killed off Bruce Banner in Captain America: Civil War 2 comic book. In the comic book arc Doctor Banner was playing with Gamma radiations again. Once on feeling like Banner will Hulk out and kill everyone around Hawkeye shoots him in the eye, killing the green giant.
The comic later reveals that Banner had requested Barton to do so if he happens to Hulk out.
Ruffalo’s Marvel Contract
Mark Ruffalo has a six-movie deal as the green monster in the MCU. He has The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame to his credit. Meaning, he’s just left with two more appearances.
The What if voiceover work along with the She-Hulk confirmation now looks like the end of the character arc.
The distribution rights to solo Hulk movie belongs to universal hence, Marvel Studios never took up one. Instead, the Studio and Actor decided to present the character arc in supporting roles through the movies.
So Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk fans have reasons to believe that his death might be imminent.