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Old 02-06-2013, 08:35 AM   #294
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Default Re: Kevin Feige says no to another Hulk Movie.

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Originally Posted by TheVileOne View Post
So basically the heroes betrayal was a good thing.
No, not really, as that potential happy ending was not what they had planned: They intended to send him to an inhabited planet where he was out of their hair. That was their primary motivation: to be rid of him without having to dirty their hands by killing him, and they gave no thought as to how Banner would take to a life of total isolation either.

Hulk ending up on Sakaar, overcoming the dire circumstances he found himself in, and potentially finding a happy life, was never in the Illumaniti's plan.

Betrayal cannot be excused as a 'good thing' if the outcome, no matter how good it might have been, was never what the perpetrators had ever intended.

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Again Miek was the only guy who truly betrayed him. The Marvel heroes weren't actually the bad guys in the story. Hulk had a vendetta based on false pretenses established by Miek. The heroes didn't blow up Skaar.
As far as the hulk was concerned they did. And Miek's hand in the allowing the core to explode was not revealed until later in the story. From a readers POV the Hulk had every right to be pissed off with them big time. First with the exile, then when he had overcome that the ship that they sent him away in destroys the life he had fought so hard for.

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I don't think you can make World War Hulk work in movies like the story was in the comic. Same thing with Civil War.
Agreed. I don't think they could do Planet Hulk the same either.

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