Of all of the potential crossovers made attainable by Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox – and, by impact, the likes of Deadpool and the X-Males getting into the broader Marvel Cinematic Universe – comedian ebook followers have lengthy questioned what it could be prefer to see Wolverine cross paths with the Hulk.
Seems we weren’t the one ones, as Mark Ruffalo lately informed Selection that he’d prefer to see Bruce Banner and Logan share the display screen collectively as a part of the ever-expanding Marvel universe.
In an interview which touched on the Hulk’s future within the MCU (and that long-rumored solo film), to not point out Mark Ruffalo’s personal reservations about becoming a member of The Avengers, Selection requested the Avengers: Endgame star about his ideas on Bruce Banner’s big-screen future, to which he replied:
Perhaps Hulk and Wolverine may hook up.
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Of all of the core members from Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Bruce Banner was one of many few nonetheless standing after Endgame – a film by which Iron Man and Black Widow sacrificed themselves for the larger good, and Steve Rogers retired as Captain America, having spent a lifetime with Peggy Carter.
Past Bruce Banner, that leaves Hawkeye, whose destiny will likely be explored in a forthcoming Disney+ sequence, and Thor Odinson, who’s all set to make his triumphant return in 2022 with Thor: Love and Thunder, although we suspect a lot of the main focus will likely be positioned on Jane Foster and her personal rise to energy.
Circling again to the Hulk, although, and it’s trying more and more doubtless that Marvel Studios nonetheless has plans for the Jade Large, although whether or not these plans contain a possible crossover with Wolverine is one other query fully. One would even say that it’s verging on wishful pondering.