Hulk Smash Iron Man 2 Rumors!

Published 6 years ago by , Updated September 16th, 2009 at 10:56 am,

iron man 2 incredible hulk cameo avengers Hulk Smash Iron Man 2 Rumors!

The Incredible Hulk director, Louis Letterier, said himself that Hulk and Norton would be a part of The Avengers last July, prior to Ed saying the above. Since then, no one’s been able to confirm or deny his involvement and Marvel President of Production, Kevin Feige has only said there’s a chance he’ll be in The Avengers. It’s pretty confusing and I’m surprised that they’ve not decided one way or another or have been able to work something out with Norton (if that’s even the issue).

That being said, Ed’s good at keeping a tight-lip. The last we heard from him on this was the following response during an HBO panel presentation for By the People: The Election of Barack Obama, for which Norton produced.

“I won’t comment on that, just because they keep a pretty tight reign on what they are letting out. I’ll let them say.”

Say what, Ed?

I’m eager to find out more casting news for the upcoming films. With Thor laying down announcements for its main cast members, Captain America should follow soon as it’s scheduled to release the same summer. By then, we should expect some confirmations on who’s contracted and/or written in for The Avengers movie.

I wonder then if he could just be saying that as a cover? That would be epic… Or am I just getting my hopes up?

Do you think Norton should play Banner again and that Hulk should be in The Avengers?

For worried Hulk fans, Louis Leterrier is interested again in making The Incredible Hulk 2 and with Disney’s resources, hopefully they’ll push more films into production at Marvel Studios to make that happen at least. For fun, check out Louis Leterrier’s idea for a set of Avengers films if you haven’t already – it makes for some wishful thinking.

Count on Screen Rant to let you know the latest as it happens.

Iron Man 2 opens May 7, 2010 and The Avengers is scheduled to debut May 4, 2012.

Source: MTV Splashpage

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  1. @ KEN J

    Agreed on facebook. However I did recently read a study regarding facebook/myspace/aol, etc. and how bad it is for your communication skills.

    “The lack of face to face communication undermines skills such as reading body language and other indirect communication facilities.

    Mass electronic communication may lead to a lower quality of social interaction due to the sheer number of participants; the background level of gossip is likely to be higher than in face to face interactions. There’s also the inference that online information has less value somehow than real world information, although the same could be said of water cooler office gossip.”

    It’s espeically bad for kids as it teaches them to be self-centered, detached for the real world, and horrible at reading body language, tone, etc.

    People with online “relationships” are also for the most part not as happy. Humans are social creatures that need face to face communication, friendships and relationships.

    Ironically I’m sharing this info on an internet forum lol.

    Point is, use it wisely.

  2. Yep, that’s true. The study I speak to is mainly talking about working the brain and stuff like that. The act of looking through profiles, pictures, comments, notifications, replying and commenting, etc. works many different areas of the brain and promotes things like recall, image/facial recognition, associations, and stuff like that, which is good for the brain, like those little games in Brain Age and other ones like those are designed to do.

    But yah, face-to-face communication is very important, and when that’s not possible, phone conversations help too. No body language, but you can tell a lot about what someone is thinking by the tone of their voice when they say things.

    I’m actually kind of interested in this field, I always try to observe things like body language, the tone of peoples’ voices, etc. etc. You’ll be surprised just how accurately you can read people within just a few minutes of meeting them…

  3. i think the Hulk is in but Norton is out. they’ll probably assemble initially to take out the hulk, which will drive him super mental and he won’t be able to revert back to human. then, stuck in hulk form, they’ll convince him to join them and fight the bigger threat.

  4. I remember that Facebook/Twitter study it came out af few weeks/days ago it was also funded by the owners of Facebook, so its not very credible. (Imo)

    Ken J, totally agree with your point on people with insecurity issues. L.A. Is stuffed to the brim with these kinda of people.
    Not single them out but Armenian males all suffer from massive insecurity issues as well as 99% of all L.A. females and 100% of all rappers…
    I think it all starts in school where being popular is a 24/7 way of life. Our tv/superstar culture also supports this,,,