Top Quotes from Marvel Movies Including Hulk

Comicbookresources did an article on the top 15 quotes from Marvel movies and along with the Hulk having 4 quotes about or by him in the article, the top quote is the Hulk’s as well. Here’s a link to the article along with the Hulk quotes listed below Article

15. “Me in a metal tube, deep underground with hundreds of people in the most aggressive city in the world?” Hulk (2008)

12. “Hulk SMASH!” The Incredible Hulk (2008)

7. “We have a Hulk.” The Avengers (2012)

1. “That’s my secret Captain, I’m always angry.” The Avengers (2012)

Korg and other Planet Hulk Characters to Appear in Thor: Ragnorok

Thor: Ranrarok director Taika Waititi used Instagram to post the image below hinting that Korg will be in the upcoming movie. We all know there was a member of Korg’s race at the beginning of the last Thor movie so his race is already out there in the galaxy. It would be great if they bring in other members of the Warbound also like Caiera or No-Name from the Brood (although Fox may own them since they are X-Men related).


Red Hulk Almost in Captain America: Civil War

Per an article on Comicbookresources:
““Captain America: Civil War” co-director Joe Russo says he and the other filmmakers considered using many other characters in the film, including the fan-favorite Marvel anti-hero Red Hulk.

Joe Russo told, “We had so many characters in that movie as it was. We consider everything, obviously, but with so many characters in that movie as it was to try and entertain adding another character and to get to the Red Hulk, you have to add a back-story. You have to substantiate the narrative to get to that. [Thaddeus Ross], on our list of priorities, he was there sort of as the government’s agenda and not to add another complicated super powered character to the mix.”

Ross, played by William Hurt, appeared in the film as the figurehead for the U.S. Military who propositioned the Sokovia Accords — the mandate that said superheroes were to register with the government. In the comic, Ross — a long time foe for The Hulk — went on to become the Red Hulk after the Bruce Banner incarnation of the character went away after “World War Hulk.” Of course, Hurt’s Ross never makes that transformation in “Civil War.” ”

Now calling the Red Hulk a fan favorite might be a bit much. I for one am glad he was not in the movie.

Mark Ruffalo Celebrates Last Day of Filming for Thor Ragnarok

On the last day of filming in Australia for next year’s Thor: Ragnarok movie, co-starring the Hulk of course, Mark Ruffalo celebrated by tweeting some pictures. The pictures include him with the director, along with Mark with Liam Hemsworth, and a very cool pic of Mark with a Hulk head. Not sure what the Hulk head was used for but it looks pretty cool!

Marvel Announces New Hulk Full-Length Animated Movie

During the Marvel Animation panel at SDCC, they announced an upcoming Incredible Hulk animated movie. They likened it to The Killing Joke movie that was just released in terms of how dark and more adult it would be geared towards. See more information below:

The panel also previewed a feature-length animated special, “Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell,” set to air this fall. The movie will feature Hulk, Doctor Strange and the Howling Commandos. “Basically, Hulk — he’s dealing with his own demons, and his anger towards Banner,” Tastasciore said. “It’s a really creepy show, actually. I’m surprised how far you guys went.” Randomski concurred: “It’s kind of dark for the content we’ve been producing over the past several years.”

Planet Hulk Helmet From Thor: Ragnarok Movie Shown at SDCC

From the floors of SDCC, props from new years Thor: Ragnarok movie and they include the Planet Hulk style helmet and his battle axe. How freakin awesome is this. I must have this helmet, that is all there is to it. Again how completely awesome does that helmet look. I am almost speechless.

Hulk and Banner Showdown in the Upcoming Thor Movie?

Mark Ruffalo spoke with Collider and had the following to say about the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok:

Reiterating that “the only person the Hulk is scared of in the entire world is Banner.”

“What’s exciting about Bruce at this point,” Ruffalo said, “is the arc he’s ultimately making and his relationship to the Hulk. And how that is going to resolve itself. No one’s really gone to that place. They’re coming for a collision course with each other. I think could be pretty exciting if we could find a way to do it, multi-dimensionally.”

How cool is that! Of course they should have just made a Planet Hulk movie and have Thor guest star instead.