In recent years, Marvel Studios and Walt Disney have continually reassembled their rosters of heroes through lapsing transactions that have returned Daredevil and Ghost to the fold or through the acquisition of 20th Century Fox, which has helped them to manage the X-Men and Fantastic Four.
Yet despite the Hulk presence in Avengers films, the Jade Giant has no plans to get a solo movie since Universal Pictures retains the film rights. Nevertheless, those plans could alter if a new report about the film rights of the Incredible Hulk is to be believed.
Universal Pictures’ film rights to The Hulk and Namor could have finally returned to Marvel Studios according to a fan site MCU Cosmic so that they would not have to bend backward to deal with a competing studio and distributor to make new movies with these characters. That may be why the rumbles of Namor in Black Panther 2, as well as why Marvel Studios is authorized to produce a She-Hulk series for Disney+, have gained momentum.
Since Mark Ruffalo’s appearance in Edward Norton, Hulk has been one of the most popular characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe; it was at first part of the effort created by Marvel Studios to create a shared world.
In the post-credit scene, Robert Downey Jr. was portrayed by the Incredible Hulk as Tony Stark, with the role that will play in this year’s Black Widow after William Hurt’s General Thunderbolt Ross appeared in Captain Americ: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.
However, before Disney bought Marvel, this movie was released, and Marvel Studios made multiple deals to get the familiar universe on the ground. Since then, rumbles about a Hulk movie have existed, although none have come together due to the complicated rights of the film.
Marvel’s imaginative manager, Kevin Feige, told last year that he spoke to Ruffalo about potential Hulk concepts, suggesting they could come together.