Fans Will See Harrison Ford in MCU as Red Hulk Soon But They Might Never See Clint Eastwood Dawning a Superhero Costume

Fans are eagerly awaiting Harrison Ford's superhero debut, while the likelihood of Clint Eastwood portraying any superhero still remains a question.

Fans Will See Harrison Ford in MCU as Red Hulk Soon But They Might Never See Clint Eastwood Dawning a Superhero Costume

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  • Fans are speculating about Harrison Ford's entry into the MCU as Red Hulk.
  • Clint Eastwood will never don a superhero cape and has consistently declined various roles.
  • Fans hope to see Ford's transformation in future MCU projects.
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After much speculation, fans have been eagerly awaiting Harrison Ford’s entry into the MCU as Red Hulk, following a viral picture of him in ripped jeans, seemingly recovering from a supposed Red Hulk transformation on the sets of Captain America: Brave New World. Ford hasn’t confirmed or denied the rumor. Though fans are uncertain and willing to wait to find out, one thing that is absolutely certain is that the Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood will never don any superhero cape.

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Harrison Ford as Hans Solo in a still from the Star Wars franchise
Harrison Ford as Hans Solo in a still from the Star Wars franchise

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Fans Can’t Wait to See Harrison Ford as the Red Hulk on Screen!

Ever since the picture of Harrison Ford wearing tattered jeans surfaced on the sets of Brave New World, where he was spotted conversing with Anthony Mackie in his superhero suit, the internet erupted with excitement. Providing context to why fans speculate about the supposedly imminent Red Hulk transformation is the actor’s debut in the multiversal universe as General Thunderbolt Ross. According to the comics, Thunderbolt eventually undergoes a transformation into the Red Hulk in his storyline.

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Harrison Ford in Tattered pants on Captain America 4 set
Harrison Ford in Tattered Pants on Captain America 4 set (Credit: Marvel Studios)

In an interview with ComicBook, the actor was questioned about the recent buzz, and his response was quite intriguing. Initially responding with “What is the Red Hulk?” when asked, upon receiving an explanation about the storyline, his answer left people in a state of ambiguity. He said,

 “Well, it may or may not,”

Therefore, while the transformation may not be evident in this particular movie, fans remain hopeful to witness it in the future.

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Will Fans Ever See Clint Eastwood Wearing Any Superhero Cape At All?

Despite the uncertainty, it is certain that the fans will witness Harrison Ford’s transformation into the Red Hulk before Clint Eastwood debuts in any superhero universe. Eastwood has consistently expressed his dislike for the entire genre, reaffirming his stance numerous times. Most notably, during a 2015 Q&A session at Cinema Con, where the actor unapologetically crushed any hopes and dreams fans had of him changing his mind on the matter. He said (via ComicBook.com),

“I read comic books when I was a kid, I don’t read them now. I prefer adult oriented stuff. I mean that in the PG-13 or R sense, but that’s as far as it goes.”

Clint Eastwood in a still from The Mule
Clint Eastwood in a still from The Mule

Throughout his career, the actor consistently declined various superhero roles offered to him. As much as he loved reading comic books when he was a little kid, he has no plans to star in or direct a movie based on comic book material in the near future. Namor the Sub-Mariner was the sole character that piqued his interest among the myriad superhero options, yet he remains determined in his decision to steer clear of such projects.

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Sampurna Banerjee, an ardent enthusiast of pop culture and movies, pours her passion into her role as a writer for FandomWire. With a penchant for Marvel, DC, and sitcoms, she has contributed over 400 articles, staying up-to-date to the entertainment industry's latest buzz. Moreover, she's penned over 300 articles for Animated Times and shared her work across several Instagram pages. Currently she is pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Calcutta University.