As the Marvel Cinematic Universe moves into the endgame world, there are many questions to come. When it comes to the original Avengers, we know who we’ll see again with the exception of Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk or why we won’t be giving anything back the next Disney + show on the MCU list? Now, Mark Ruffalo is not reluctant to return to his character in any way, it’s just that no plan has yet been set in stone. The actor recently teased an upcoming meeting with Marvel boss Kevin Feige.
Will Mark Ruffalo Continue?
This is what he said: Kevin Feige asked me last week if I had any other ideas or stories for the Hulk. And I said yes, I think there are still some stories to tell. And he said, ‘Well, why didn’t you come and tell me about them and we’ll see if we can find a place for you in the Marvel universe?’
It’s an amazing thing that Kevin Feige and Mark Ruffalo can casually decide whether the Hulk will continue to participate in the broader comic book universe. Not to mention how the actor has some creative control over his most iconic character on the big screen. And what idea does he have? Ruffalo shared this for men’s health: Because that’s an amazing launch. They both like to get angry, and this creates a fun dynamic with a heroic undertone.
Can it really happen? The problem is, we don’t know about Kevin Feige’s plans for the X-Men. At San Diego Comic-Con, he signaled the introduction of the Fantastic and Mutant Four to the Universe in the coming years, but how would it be done? When? Everything ends! After Hugh Jackman’s iconic performance as Logan for nearly 20 years, will the MCU choose to bring another Wolverine into the mix? How to continue?
Recently, some actors have been rumored to have Wolverine. Daniel Radcliffe, Keanu Reeves, and Terron Egerton are among these names, but they appear to be the products of fan casting. We’ll have to wait and see what Kevin Ruffalo thinks of Mark Ruffalo’s ideas for expanding the Hulk story in the future! The most direct location for Mark Rafallo to appear next may be on the upcoming Disney + show, She-Hulk. The character also has connections to Black Widow, Thor, and Hawkeye, who will return to the universe through their independent movies or television shows.