Mark Ruffalo Hints Future MCU Could See ‘World War Hulk’ Take Back Control From Smart Hulk

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As the speculations related to the World War Hulk project are at their peak in MCU right now, Mark Ruffalo’s statement acts as a catalyst nearly confirming the return of the rampaging beast. Since the Disney+ show She-Hulk: Attorney at Law started airing every week, there are strong reports that this show may act as the set up of World War Hulk. It is one of the major comic book series which presents Hulk in an avatar never seen before.

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It is also a very interesting fact that Disney is going to acquire back all the rights of Hulk from Universal soon as a result of which they can work on a solo Hulk project now. This fuels the World War Hulk rumor more as it can prove to be one of the biggest MCU events.

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The ongoing series starring Tatiana Maslany is already rumored to be set up for the events of the World War Hulk. But now with numerous other developments, these rumors seem to be more accurate.

In the first episode, we saw a spaceship responsible for leading Bruce Banner and his cousin Jennifer Walters to a car accident. This even leads to Walters receiving Hulk’s gamma-radiated blood, thereby changing to she-hulk. But the most important thing was revealed when we got to know that the spaceship came from Sakaar, the planet we were shown in Thor: Ragnarok.


At the end of the second episode, it is revealed that Bruce Banner is returning to Sakaar on that ship. This ignited an immediate spark of excitement as the fans are now more than sure that they are going to show one of the most iconic story arcs of Hulk.

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Mark Ruffalo is known for being highly and dangerously vocal bout his projects, especially the MCU ones. So it couldn’t be expected that he will remain silent while the whole world goes crazy about the upcoming possibilities. Earlier also, he revealed that he is ready and excited to work on a solo project if the studio goes for it. In a recent interview, he shed some light on the future Hulk project by claiming that in the future it can turn into anything. It can even be a more fierce giant taking back control from the smart hulk:


“The cool thing about this world is that it could just be anything. Five years from now it could totally morph into anything, whatever’s pertinent at the time. I almost see him going back to ‘Berserker Hulk’ or ‘World War Hulk’. It could go anywhere. That’s the exciting part — I’ve played five different versions from beginning to now, and that’s kept it interesting for me and I hope interesting for other people.”

Even though he only stated some theories to ignite the fans, these statements hold much more weight as Mark Ruffalo didn’t miss mentioning two of the most iconic Hulk stuff from the comics. We have also seen this Smart Hulk for a very long time and now the fans also want to spot that deadly rampaging beast in action that we have seen in the Avengers movie or even better.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law airs every Thursday on Disney+

Source: Entertainment Weekly


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Subham Mandal is currently working as a content writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. He has written more than 1000 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.