Kevin Feige On Why Another Solo HULK Movie Is Unlikely

Kevin Feige On Why Another Solo HULK Movie Is Unlikely

The Marvel Studios President has already said that there are no plans at present for a solo movie outing for The Jade Giant, and while speaking to The Huffington Post he elaborates on the reasons why..

Some fans were a bit disappointed with Feige's comments regarding another movie outing for The Incredible Hulk. The character has already appeared twice in solo movies, both very different incarnations of the character and very different films overall. Personally I thought both were very good (in totally different ways), but neither one made a lot of cash. Now The Hulk is said to be one of the best things in The Avengers , and The Huffington post put the question to Feige once again: Will The Hulk get another shot at smashing the blocks in his own movie?

"Well, no," responded Feige. "[The Avengers] was the other shot. Right? I mean, this was the third appearance of Hulk and everything that we had and were going for, we put in to Hulk's appearance in Avengers. So, I love that people are saying [positive things about the Hulk in Avenger] and are feeling that way about Hulk, but mission accomplished at this point. And the way we go forward, we'll see. But it was a long road to get to this point. Although, I will say, after the [premiere] screening, I heard various arguments over who was their favorite. Which is my favorite thing: Arguing what was the favorite moment or character. And the fact that so many of them are saying Hulk feels very, very good. Where we go next, we'll see. But we'll be very careful about it and deliberate -- as we were in how we wanted to bring him back in Avengers."

Not really sure I see the logic there, I mean it's also Iron Man's third appearance - why make more solo Stark flicks? I think a direct follow up to The Incredible Hulk, obviously with Mark Ruffalo and a different director, would be great to see, especially given the great reactions to the character in The Avengers. What do you guys think?

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