In Iron Man 1, we?ve seen Robert Downey Jr. portray Tony Stark as a billionaire whose weapons was used against him by terrorists. We?ve seen Stark create the villain Ultron. Now, rumors say that he will create another disaster by making the menacing Red Hulk in Captain America: Civil War.
Robert Downey Jr. Role Has Wrong Ideals?
General ?Thunderbolt? Ross, the guy that wants to apprehend the Hulk, will make an appearance in Captain America Civil War. But it seems that he won’t only be there just to please the fans. According to Movie Pilot, Iron Man may help transform Ross into the Red Hulk in order to turn?the tide of the?war.
Ross is known for turning into the Red Hulk in the comics and Movie Pilot believes that the Civil War movie may hint or show this transformation. They also think that Red Hulk will accidentally kill a superhero and will result to Ross being placed in jail. This is how Movie Pilot thinks it will happen:
?Tony, in an attempt to better his position in the war after a defeat by Rogers, asks General Ross, who has long hated the Hulk, to do something drastic in order to help win the war. He reveals that he has Banner?s DNA, and has figured out how to use it to ignite the Hulk gene with anyone. Ross agrees, and becomes the Red Hulk.?
Possibility For Red Hulk
Actor William Hurt from The Incredible Hulk will be reprising his role as General Ross. He said that he would love to relieve the character from the comics who becomes the Red Hulk, Hurt told The Wall Street Journal. However, he said that his version of the character will be different from the comics.
According to Cinemablend, it would be ?overkill? to introduce another villain in the film as there are already two villains in the movie: Baron Zemo and Crossbones. The movie will also need to establish not only the new characters such as Spider-Man and Black Panther, but also the conflict between Captain America and Iron Man.
Do you think you?ll see the Red Hulk in Civil War? Or maybe he?ll appear in a future Marvel movie? Captain America Civil War will be released in theaters on May 6, 2016.