Marvel Studios' Biggest Mystery Of The Incredible Hulk Finally Solved?


Thanks to the return of Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky and Mark Ruffalo as Hulk in the She-Hulk series, the mystery of The Incredible Hulk could finally be solved.

It's now officialized by Marvel Studios: Mark Ruffalo will play the Hulk again in She-Hulk , and Tim Roth will return as Emil Blonsky . Very good news for fans who have not seen many characters from the second film of Phase 1, The Incredible Hulk . These include Emil Blonsky, a man who was subjected to high-intensity gamma radiation that transformed him into a green, scaly creature known as The Abomination. Since The Incredible Hulk flopped at the box office, Tim Roth had never reprized his role in other MCU films; never before now. Will the She-Hulk series solve one of the movie's biggest mysteries?

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Last I heard, The Abomination was incarcerated in the Vault, a secret facility located in Barrow, Alaska. It would be kept in a refrigerated cell for more than years under the watch of SHIELD . The problem is, a lot has been going on within the MCU during that time, and there's no telling us if The Abomination is still stuck there. SHIELD, for example, has collapsed to make way for HYDRA, which makes you wonder who is currently watching it. One theory is that Thaddeus Ross, who was in The Incredible Hulk , has come to thwart the organization's plans and seek to team up with the beast. We know the villain will be featured in Black Widow , whose plot is set in Russia, so maybe the Natasha Romanoff movie will tell us about it. more on Emil Blonsky. Many questions about this character have remained unanswered and it is time to get answers. What is certain is that if he is made to return as an antagonist in Phase 4 of MCU , Hulk and his cousin are not at the end of their sentences! While waiting to learn more about The Abomination, find out why the future of the MCU is still defined by Captain America and Iron Man.

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