Off the back of the huge success of 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law', could we get a family Hulk movie? It's definitely a possibility.
Now that there's been an extra expansion of the Hulk family following that season finale reveal of 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' on Disney+, it's looking more and more likely that a new standalone Hulk movie could be on the cards. *Spoilers for episode nine of 'She-Hulk' below*
Not only did the Disney+ comedy series introduce Bruce Banner's (Mark Ruffalo) cousin Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) into the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time, but the closing minutes of the series also brought in a new Hulk family member.
Hulk's son Skaar has officially joined the Hulk fray, played rather fleetingly by Wil Deusner in a series finale that was pretty thin on the ground storyline-wise but was all sorts of fourth-wall-breaking and full of unnecessary cameos (but some great jokes we have to admit).
Anyway, Skaar has been revealed as Hulk's illegitimate half-alien son, which maybe explains where Hulk has been for the remainder of the 'She-Hulk' season, only appearing during the first episode essentially. Side note: was that spaceship from episode one ever explained, or did it just return at a later date to pick up Hulk after he taught his cousin the Hulk Smash a few times?.
And so, with three (official) Hulks in the mix, how about a new Hulk movie, this time centring on Ruffalo, Maslany and Deusner? Well, don't hold your breath just yet.
Unfortunately, Universal Pictures still owns the "Hulk" name. A standalone Hulk project would fall under Universal's control, which is how Marvel got away with their 'She-Hulk' series. Some outlets claim that the studios' holding on everything Hulk-related could be expiring in 2023, so we might just get some more Hulk-fuelled projects in the near future. But no plans are in place just yet.
However, when asked if 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' director Kat Coiro would be up for helming such a project, she said in an interview with ComicBook: "100%. I mean, I said this in the beginning, and I still stand by this - one of my favourite things about the whole series is the chemistry between Tatiana and Mark, and their kind of sibling, big brother/little sister dynamic. And I think bringing that to the big screen would be a no-brainer."
Catch all of the Hulk-related Marvel films and TV shows (except for 'Hulk' and 'The Incredible Hulk') on Disney+.