Disney / Marvel recently announced the discovery of their She-Hulk in the form of Tatiana Maslany from Black orphans cliu. So that makes fans wonder if the OG Hulk will make an appearance in some way.
The answer is a real – kind of. Reports have surfaced that Marvel is looking for a “young Bruce Banner” for the show. So where does that leave Mark Ruffalo, who played in the Avengers movies? Is the Hulk adrift again?
How is Bruce Banner connected to She-Hulk?
The She-Hulk came into being in the early 1980s, making it one of the last-day creations of Marvel legend Stan Lee. Bruce Banner apparently had a cousin named Jennifer Walters, who was a lawyer.
They had been close in their youth but had moved away after Bruce started Hulking out. Bruce reconnects with her to solve his problems and find a way to take control of the Hulk.
Unfortunately, Jennifer is burned with crime figures she had been prosecuting in court. Bruce is with her during the attack, and her injuries are severe enough that there is no time to wait for medical help, so Bruce donates blood to Jennifer, who gives him gamma-irradiated blood.
First, Jennifer becomes She-Hulk when she’s angry, as she was when the people who shot her were trying to end her in the hospital. Ultimately, though, there’s a key difference between her and the Hulk – she can be a She-Hulk whenever she wants, and when she does, she keeps up her intelligence. In the comics and animated TV shows, she joins both the Fantastic Four and the Avengers.
How does ‘young Bruce Banner’ appear in the show?
according to An Direct, Marvel, after throwing out their She-Hulk, are now looking for a young Bruce Banner – very young, around 10, so this would rule Ruffalo, since the process is not de- Marvel’s age-old used on Michael Douglas and Samuel L. Jackson that you won’t return that far. This suggests that the show will feature Jennifer and Bruce when they were close as children.
The Direct also points out that the show may feature something that has yet to be explored in the MCU – Bruce’s relationship with his abusive father, who is playing into his anger issues. .
This was explored in the 2003 Hulk film by Eric Bana, five years before the MCU came into being. As the site states, “By studying Bruce’s history through Jennifer Walters’ story, it gives the franchise the opportunity to unravel its character and build on the broad theme of what has already been presented. in past MCU movies. ”
Forward Reddit, fans responded to this news with a number of jokes, such as, “Does he look like young Ed Norton? ”
Another fan replied, “It really looks like Ed Norton today. Since Ed Norton was Bruce Banner before Mark Ruffalo, whenever you show Norton as a Banner, he is automatically a young Banner, even if he is an old Norton, with it is not Ruffalo yet. ”
What’s going to be of the Hulk if it’s not in the show?
The fact that fans are making that joke is a sign of how the MCU has struggled with the Hulk. Their first attempt at the character, The Incredible Hulk by Edward Norton, generally considered among the weakest of Marvel films. Mark Ruffalo took over for The Avengers, and at first, his picture was well received by fans.
As the MCU progressed, however, Marvel seemed to be coming back with the Hulk, not knowing what to do with it. Black Widow’s romance seemed to be over before it started.
Its appearance in Thor: Ragnarok he received congratulations, but many fans complained about Professor Hulk ‘s involvement Avengers: Endgame, which was remarkably similar to the male version of what the She-Hulk was – brains for matching brawn.
Although unconfirmed, there is a high profitability that Ruffalo must appear in the She-Hulk series, as Bruce Banner is so closely associated with the She-Hulk origin. A look at She-Hulk is perhaps the best way to showcase the original Hulk, as copyright issues with Universal have blocked a second solo Hulk film from the MCU.