Sounds like we might not have seen the end of Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk just yet after all.
Ruffalo completed his Marvel Studios contract with Avengers: Endgame, but just like Robert Downey Jr. reportedly returning to the fold to voice Tony Stark in an episode of What If?, Ruffalo sounds interested in a return in the She-Hulk series.
While promoting Dark Walters, PEOPLE Magazine asked if he might be popping up in the upcoming Disney+ show.
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That was really necessary to make the She-Hulk series work. In the comics, Bruce Banner has to give his cousin, Jennifer Walters, a blood transfusion to save her life despite his concerns his Gamma radiation-infused blood could kill her or turn her into a Hulk. Unlike Bruce, Jennifer retained all of her intelligence and the meek lawyer embraced her powers to become She-Hulk. Ironically in the comics, She-Hulk was a far longer tenured member of the Avengers than Hulk who only appeared in a handful of issues after leaving the team in Avengers #3. Of course after the movies took off, Hulk was back to being a regular team member and She-Hulk was largely phased out until recently.
“I don’t know,” Ruffalo said. “I’m supposed to go talk to Mr. Feige to see if there’s someplace [for me].”
Ruffalo said he would be interested in appearing.
“Sure. Why not? It’s been a great ride.”
There’s not a release date for She-Hulk yet so this won’t be for at least another two years since The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, the first of the Marvel series on Disney+ recently just began shooting.