Re: Kevin Feige says no to another Hulk Movie.
1) TV show. TV show. TV show. Everybody clamoring for another Hulk movie (probably entailing yet another Hulk reboot after Ang and Leterrier's) always conveniently forgets that Del Toro is still working on the Hulk TV series. I'm sure Marvel wants to give that a chance first to see how it goes, considering you've got one of the best directors in the business already working for you on that.
2) Even if they scrap the TV series and shoot for a film sequel instead, the approach to the character is going to be very different than the way he's conventionally been portrayed in comics, films, and TV. In other words, instead of the traditional Frankenstein story of the misunderstood beast being mercilessly hunted down continously by puny humans in the pitchfork-n-torch brigade, you're going to have to approach the "new" Hulk as Avenger Hulk. Dude just saved the frickin' universe, and is now a full-fledged Avenger under the aegis of SHIELD and Tony Stark.
Again: a sequel that has to deal with Hero Hulk instead of Hulk vs. The Rest of the Marvel World is going to require a totally different angle than ANY Hulk writer has ever had to deal with before.
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