Incredible Hulk 2: Everything We Know About Ed Norton"s Scrapped Plans

Edward Norton originally planned to make a sequel to 2008's The Incredible Hulk, and while it ultimately didn't come to fruition, a few details have come out over the years to reveal what it would have been about. After over a decade of record-breaking superhero blockbusters, it's easy to assume the MCU was a guaranteed success. Rewind to 2008, though, and in truth it was something of a gamble. Marvel was a rookie film studio that had previously only worked alongside others, with no proven track record of their own, and nobody had ever tried to make a shared cinematic universe quite like the MCU before.
The modern Marvel Studios has a reputation for long-term planning, but during Phase 1 they were frequently course-correcting. That's particularly evident if you cast a critical eye over the Phase 1 post-credits scenes because in the end only one of them actually contributed to the overarching narrative. Marvel literally produced their first one-shot in order to retcon The Incredible Hulk's post-credits scene. However, Marvel's Hulk plans changed even more radically than that. The first Hulk actor was Edward Norton, and over the years he's revealed he was originally signed up for a two-film deal with a very specific character arc for Bruce Banner. Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be.


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