I apologize if you read this in another thread. I thought I would add to it because it seems to be an interesting topic I was curious how others feel about it. The Hulk, is a very interesting character in Marvel comics. He has that classic Jekyll & Hyde duality to him. To me, (I admit I am biased) I always like the TV series idea with Bill Bixby. He was a raging monster who has to roam around, to stay undetected, constantly on the move not to draw attention to himself, make his way while trying to find a cure. A loner. Cursed himself in a way, like Dr, Jekyll did. That's the foundation I would use & go from there but.... I'm not sure if Universal's rights has anything to do with how Hulk is portrayed on film. It may just be & would explain a lot to me why he is how he is in the MCU. It also ,in my opinion, matter how the writer & director view the charcter & then how the actor takes it & handles it. A lot to think about. I don't think the Hulk evolution in the MCU was bad......just not the route I would have chosen. The Professor Hulk who is a great intellect, (rivals Tony Stark's genius?) just makes him a more dull character to me. What's the sense of having a hulking savage brute, who goes off on uncontrollable rages & works well as a misunderstood figure if he is now a cultured professor? Seems his evolution was too quick maybe?