The Hulk may not have performed very well in his two previous solo outings but he certainly stole the show in the Avengers. The newest interpretation of the character—played by Mark Ruffalo, under the guidance of Joss Whedon—was a green-skinned scene stealer, especially in the now-famous “Puny God” scene. Ever since the great reception for the hulking hero in the Avengers, there has been speculation about another Hulk solo movie. Now, an inside source says one is being made. The name of that source…Lou Ferrigno.
During a recent interview with Flicks & the City, Ferrigno—who played the Incredible Hulk in the 1978-1982 TV series, which co-starred Bill Bixby as Dr. Banner—spoke about the character and claimed that a solo film is on the horizon.
Ferrigno said, “They are doing a Hulk movie, »
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