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Mark Ruffalo’s Future After She-Hulk Teased By Marvel Rumor

By Mabel Judith Andrady
January 11,2022

The year 2022 has just begun. This means a slew of Marvel Studios projects has an extra year ahead of them. The spotlight may be on Book of Boba Fett right now, but Marvel Comics will take it back soon enough. What will happen after that? Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight, Tatiana Maslany’s She-Hulk, and Iman Vellani’s Ms. Marvel are all set to make their debuts this year.

The new jolly green giant is one of the most anticipated of the bunch for fans. Fans have been clamoring for an expansion of the Hulk mythos ever since Jennifer Walters (a.k.a. She-Hulk) appears in the comics.

Mark Ruffalo’s original Avenger will join Tatiana Maslany’s new character. While recuperating from his Snap in Avengers: Endgame and transporting Steve Rogers back in time, he was last seen by the public. She-Hulk fans may now know where he will end up, despite the fact that the specifics of his role in the film are still shrouded in mystery.

Is Hulk Going to Space?


Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney+ show She-Hulk will feature an important event, according to industry insider and scooper MyTimeToShineHello

“Hulk will leave Earth at the end of the She-Hulk”

There is further confirmation of the story from another insider: “A father and son round trip to get help.” The mention of a son probably refers to Skaar, Hulk’s son, who was previously expected to make an appearance.

Marvel Studios Spoilers Subreddit mods first reported this rumor, noting that one of the show’s cliffhangers would be “Bruce flying off in a spaceship.” It appears that fans can get used to seeing the green giant leave Earth’s atmosphere once more, as this information comes from not one but three different sources.

Mark Ruffalo Gets More Space

Mark Ruffalo

Skaar’s possible appearance now seems more likely than before. Bruce Banner, played by Mark Ruffalo, appears to be having some parenting issues. What’s the point of going to space if you don’t need it? This means that Bruce’s goal isn’t to find his son, but rather to accomplish something with him if the phrase “father and son round trip” is used.

Before Thor: Ragnarok Bruce spent most of his time in Sa’Kaar, so it’s possible they’ll return there. We can only guess what they’re doing now. No one knows for sure, but this rumor suggests that Marvel may finally have the ability to produce more Hulk-centric solo films. Those whispers about the World War Hulk may be true after all.

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