Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige is unsure if Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk will ever get a solo film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Thor: Ragnarok is right around the corner with its theatrical release, and fans have been getting excited not only for their first time seeing Thor in a while, but the Hulk as well. Even from the early trailers, the Hulk was featured prominently, and that’s because this will likely be as much of a movie putting the spotlight on the green giant as it is the god of thunder.
2017 has unquestionably been the Year of Wonder Woman. With her first feature film emerging as the Biggest Movie of Summer 2017 and settling multiple records, including Highest Grossing Film by a Female Director (Patty Jenkins), Wonder Woman has never been more iconic and popular with mainstream audiences. With the new film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Princess Diana of Themyscira adds another unique accolade to her 2017 list of accomplishments: a film about her creator and her origins releasing in the same year as her first solo blockbuster film.
Ryan Reynolds may have accidentally given fans a sneak peek at Wade Wilson’s X-Force costume in Deadpool 2. After the record-breaking success of the first film, Deadpool is set to have an even bigger presence in the X-Men universe. With a sequel ready for theaters next year, the Merc with a Mouth will also co-star in X-Force alongside Cable (Josh Brolin) soon after, and finish out a self-titled film trilogy with Deadpool 3.
Early box office projections for Thor: Ragnarok put the film on track to easily enjoy the Thor franchise’s best opening weekend yet. Marvel Studios is changing things up for the third installment in the Thor movie series. They’re moving away from the Shakespearean approach of the previous films and moving completely into the cosmic realms that Thor is meant to roam. To do this, director Taika Waititi joined the project to further differentiate Ragnarok‘s look and tone from the previous films… and he was also given the franchise’s best cast, too.
James Gunn and the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 have collaborated with Baywatch legend David Hasselhoff to make a fun retro music video for original soundtrack song “Guardians Inferno.”