The Incredible Hulk Director Louis Leterrier Speaks About Sequel.

The director of The Incredible Hulk has disclosed his ambitious intentions for a follow-up to the 2008 film “The Hulk,” which might feature the Hulk in his enraged form.

Fans were disappointed that the 2008 release would not get a sequel despite its widespread acclaim. But as of late, the filmmaker has hinted at specifics of what may have happened had a sequel been approved.

The Incredible Hulk’s post-credit sequence, which hinted at a potential sequel but never materialized, is odd. Louis Leterrier directed the 2008 production and provided several facts regarding this possible Green Giant sequel.

He said the creative team had concepts that involved franchise-related characters. He even remarked that the Hulk as it now appears in the MCU is significantly different from the gamma monster he displayed on the big screen.

Having several Hulk variations on hand for Bruce to bounce off of and ultimately punch in the face was the most significant chance lost.

It’s interesting to note that at the time, those Red Hulks would have been Liv Tyler’s Betty Ross and Thaddeus Ross, who the late William Hurt then played.

Bruce’s Grey Hulk persona, also known as Joe Fixit, a security expert for a casino owner in Vegas, and “Red Hulks,” was also on his list of inclusions.

The director also said the follow-up was finished. The only thing still needing improvement then was approval for its manufacture. The primary obstacle in carrying it forward was Disney’s acquisition of Fox.

This operation ruined all of the preparations for a new installment. The director also discussed the subsequent version, emphasizing that it differs from his original.

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Hulk Will Be More Angrier and More Complex Character, As Per The Incredible Hulk Director Louis Leterrier.

The Incredible Hulk

Red Hulk, also known as Thaddeus Ross, is a man of superhuman strength and endurance who can recover from life-threatening wounds in minutes.

In contrast, Banner’s idealized personality was portrayed by Smart Hulk, who combined his green and gray personalities to create the MCU’s most intelligent figure.

Leterrier went on to clarify this considerable departure from his comic book’s portrayal.”Hulk is a complex character within the Marvel Universe,” Letterier explained.

Leterrier intended to take his time exploring the various Hulk identities, but Marvel Studios has had other ideas since Leterrier started working with them.

While it appeared that The Hulk was progressively changing, beginning with Thor: Ragnarok in 2017, Avengers: Endgame in 2019 showed that Bruce and The Hulk reached a compromise, giving rise to Professor Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Although the filmmaker presumably didn’t intend so, he accepted how Marvel had treated its Hulks.

The gamma giant has been shown in two different iterations in the MCU. The first was The Hulk by filmmaker Ang Lee in 2003.

After that, we saw the 2008 movie The Incredible Hulk, whose follow-up was canceled. The Avengers: Part 1 is where we next saw him, playing a guy who was enraged and eager to battle.

The second issue concerns Smart Hulk, who debuted in Avengers: Endgame (2019) and most recently in the She-Hulk series on Disney+.