"Marvel Cinematic Universe" News & Discussion, Part 8 (Spoilers)

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About the rumored World War Hulk solo movie in development, I was thinking, why not call the movie itself Incredible Hulk: World War? after all, It's suppose to be a long awaited sequel to the 2008 movie regardless to the fact that it's a different actor, It should have the words Incredible Hulk in front of the title. Kind of like Captain America: Civil War.
 

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About the rumored World War Hulk solo movie in development, I was thinking, why not call the movie itself Incredible Hulk: World War? after all, It's suppose to be a long awaited sequel to the 2008 movie regardless to the fact that it's a different actor, It should have the words Incredible Hulk in front of the title. Kind of like Captain America: Civil War.
The Captain Marvel sequel is "The Marvels" while others have the star's name in it. Others could adopt the former format. Or could be a left over legal thing where they can't use "Incredible Hulk" I guess.
 

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The Captain Marvel sequel is "The Marvels" while others have the star's name in it. Others could adopt the former format. Or could be a left over legal thing where they can't use "Incredible Hulk" I guess.
I guess it depends on the production. With "The Marvels" it seems like they're pushing it more as an ensemble than as another solo film for Carol.
 

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I guess it depends on the production. With "The Marvels" it seems like they're pushing it more as an ensemble than as another solo film for Carol.
The Captain Marvel sequel is "The Marvels" while others have the star's name in it. Others could adopt the former format. Or could be a left over legal thing where they can't use "Incredible Hulk" I guess.
Marvel knows Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel film was not popular at all. It made a billion dollars, but criticism remains.

I do believe that @Yojimbo might be onto something blaming legalities.

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Marvel knows Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel film was not popular at all. It made a billion dollars, but criticism remains.

I do believe that @Yojimbo might be onto something blaming legalities.

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LOL. It made over a billion dollars. It was more than popular enough. The only major criticism comes from incels. Marvel doesn’t really care about that crowd. Face it, white guys stuck in their basements don’t own nerd culture anymore.


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LOL. It made over a billion dollars. It was more than popular enough. The only major criticism comes from incels. Marvel doesn’t really care about that crowd. Face it, white guys stuck in their basements don’t own nerd culture anymore.


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Well, I think there are some genuine criticisms of the film that have nothing to do with the irrational hate it got online, but it was definitely a financial success.
 

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Even if they go the hero name + subtitle route, wouldn't it still be Hulk + ... if they wanted to be consistent with the standard naming titles most of these movies have relied on thus far? I'm more curious if they're going to stick with just Fantastic Four for the fourth reboot when certain heroes had debut movies with a subtitle.
 

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Even if they go the hero name + subtitle route, wouldn't it still be Hulk + ... if they wanted to be consistent with the standard naming titles most of these movies have relied on thus far? I'm more curious if they're going to stick with just Fantastic Four for the fourth reboot when certain heroes had debut movies with a subtitle.
For Hulk and Fantastic Four, it could be the hero name + subtitle route if Blade is any indication. It started as "Blade" I think then later renamed to "Blade: The Vampire Slayer."

EDIT: They could do a neat homage like "The Fantastic Four!" nodding to the first comic.
 
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LOL. It made over a billion dollars. It was more than popular enough. The only major criticism comes from incels. Marvel doesn’t really care about that crowd. Face it, white guys stuck in their basements don’t own nerd culture anymore.
I think Greenman was being sarcastic when he made that comment.
 

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Yeah the ones that got shelved fully were the Tigra and Dazzler cartoon & the Howard the Duck cartoon. M.O.D.O.K and hit Monkey were too far in production so those first seasons got made (MODOK already out Hit Monkey about to come out) with the offenders series only in the idea pitch so yeah that never got made either out of those Hulu planned shows. Which at least put it above the live action hulu marvel shows which only got Helstrom and... nothing else.
 

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