What would you want to see in another Hulk movie?

The Overlord

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What would you want to see in another Hulk movie? Should Bruce Banner be played by Mark Ruffalo or someone else? Who should be the villain? Should the movie be a reboot or a sequel to the last movie?
 

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The Leader.

An immediate sequel featuring the She-Hulk and the formation of the Hulkbusters.

A gigantic finale that involves as various B-grade Avengers (Wonder Man, Tigra) alongside other gamma-powered heroes beating the tar out of The Greatest Threat EVER that explodes in an almost pornographic display of urban destruction and graphic mayhem that would rival the worst pages of Akira.
 

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I just want a sequel to The Incredible Hulk that features The Leader. I would love to have Ed Norton back, but if Ruffalo does a good job, then i'm fine with him being Banner.
 

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Straight up animation instead of CGI. Have someone with a visceral and fluid style like Peter Cheung plot out animated sequences that reflect the Hulk psyche for whenever he makes an appearance.
 

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Straight up animation instead of CGI. Have someone with a visceral and fluid style like Peter Cheung plot out animated sequences that reflect the Hulk psyche for whenever he makes an appearance.

Yes, something more than the Hulk Vs and Planet Hulk stories. I'd love to see something with some true brutality, and Bruce trying to deal with the ramifications of Hulk's actions.
 

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Yes, something more than the Hulk Vs and Planet Hulk stories. I'd love to see something with some true brutality, and Bruce trying to deal with the ramifications of Hulk's actions.

Agreed. I think the jarring cut to animation during transformations would be a great way to reflect his complete loss of control. I keep thinking back to those bits of animation cut in to Natural Born Killers.
 

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Agreed. I think the jarring cut to animation during transformations would be a great way to reflect his complete loss of control. I keep thinking back to those bits of animation cut in to Natural Born Killers.

Maybe this'd be going too far but you could totally change up animation styles for different aspects of Bruce's mentality. Savage Hulk, Grey Hulk, Devil Hulk, Professor Hulk could all show different styles maybe in a Gotham Knights kind of fashion.
 

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Maybe this'd be going too far but you could totally change up animation styles for different aspects of Bruce's mentality. Savage Hulk, Grey Hulk, Devil Hulk, Professor Hulk could all show different styles maybe in a Gotham Knights kind of fashion.

Hm. Maybe if the films formed a series, sure. But I think it would be a mistake to split out a bunch of Hulk personalities in a single movie. I'd go with something rough, visceral, and stripped of dialogue.
 

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Eric Bana, Ed Norton and Mark Ruffalo meeting up in the middle of nowhere. And then Hulk on Hulk on Hulk action.
 
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