The MCU: Hulk is in Thor Ragnarok
Fans longing for Hulk to enter the cosmic realm of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) are about to get their wish. Forbes magazine is confirming a Deadline story that Mark Ruffalo, and his impressive portrayal of the Hulk, are going to give Thor and Loki some much needed support in Thor: Ragnarok. After Dark World, this is a good move by Kevin Feige and his band of Merry Men. It ensures that the third installment of Thor is going to have the same casting/characters love that Captain America: Civil War is getting.
Here’s what we want to see:
- The Hulk runs wild on Asgard. So far in the MCU, it’s been the cities of New York and Johannesburg that have been victims of Bruce Banner hulking out. Imagine what it’s going to be like if he smashes on Asgard?
- The continuing of the Joss Whedon banter that made the Science Bros famous with Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo. We all know that Thor is capable of the bantering after Avengers: Age of Ultron too…especially since the two had their epic squabble and combo sequences already in Avengers. We’ve been there, done that with the fighting. Let’s get a bromance going between Hemsworth and Ruffalo. Here’s hoping that Thor: Ragnarok scribes – Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost – channel their inner banterers.
- We all know the Infinity Wars films are going to be the Phase III endgame, especially for most of our current Avengers. It would be awesome to see an early look at Thanos actually fighting on-screen against the Asgardians and the Hulk. Ooh. Furthermore, Feige announced that the third Thor film is going to be a game-changer. Does Asgard get destroyed by a completed Infinity Gauntlet with all of the stones on it?
The beautiful Jaimie Alexander, even with her newly found success on NBC’s Blindspot, is confirmed to return as Lady Sif. She will re-join Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. Marvel Studios is currently in negotiations with Maori filmmaker, Taika Waititi, to direct the film. Work on the third installment of Thor is scheduled for June 2016.
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