A World War Hulk film is reportedly in the works at Marvel Studios.
This is according to GWW, who are reporting that the project is in the works.
The film is reportedly set to begin production late next year, following the She-Hulk series.
Could the rights for the Hulk revert back to Disney/Marvel?
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Bruce Banner’s last solo outing came out back in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, with Edward Norton playing the titular character.
However, given that the role in the MCU was recast, with Mark Ruffalo taking over, it’s a film that many fans forget is still MCU canon.
As Universal Studios own the rights to the character, he’s never appeared in another solo film.
Yet, this report from GWW claims that Marvel/Disney have now regained the exclusive rights for the character.
We should stress that as this has not yet been officially confirmed, these rumours should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Though having said that, the World War Hulk storyline from the comics would make for an interesting film.
It’s been confirmed that Mark Ruffalo will make an appearance in She-Hulk.
So, perhaps once that series has aired, we’ll know more about Marvel’s future Hulk plans.
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