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The reason is that the Hulk Comics/Cartoons/Movies are all made in focusing children, so they don't want to show Green porn. Anyways below are Lee's funny answer on the same topic - Q: If it weren’t for the Comics Code, would the Hulk’s pants have ripped off like his shirt? Stan Lee: I guess it probably would have. So occasionally the Code did ...


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The Eric Bana version of the Hulk was critically panned, receiving poor reviews from critics and fans alike, thus, Marvel called for a reboot to be tied into their Avengers plan. From what I understood, Edward Norton quit after the 2008 version due to a lot of internal disputes (more information can be found on this answer to a similar question I asked ...


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I remember reading that Edward Norton did a major rewrite of the original script that was presented to him. On digging a bit, I found this interesting article, this is an interesting snippet from the article: Leterrier told Collider that 70 minutes of deleted footage is set to be released on the inevitable Bluray release. (Leterrier describes the out-...


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They show us Bruce Banner buying some really "elastic" pants in The Incredible Hulk. That's why they don't tear off I believe.


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Marvel simply decided they wanted someone else to play him To quote Kevin Feige, President of Production for Marvel Studios: We have made the decision to not bring Ed Norton back to portray the title role of Bruce Banner in the Avengers. Our decision is definitely not one based on monetary factors, but instead rooted in the need for an actor who embodies ...


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Hulk is a threat to any living being next to him. At the end of every movie there is a war or battle, etc. He feels bad about himself after incidents like that, so he leaves. But the truth that Hulk is a hero and saviour of humanity doesn't change, so he comes back to help. But he can't and won't attach to anybody because of his condition.


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I remember getting the feeling at the time of watching The Incredible Hulk that it felt like a sequel. I think the reason being is that in The Incredible Hulk (if my memory serves correctly) Bruce Banner has already gotten his powers and is in hiding and attempting to learn control. The lack of an origin story makes it feel like a sequel, whether this was ...


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I think you might be mixing up continuities. The Hulk saved Iron Man in the first movie, and shows other signs of lucidity between the two movies. Also, he was not "found." The World Security Council (and Fury) had never lost track of him. And the whole leaving town thing? I think that just harkens back to the old TV show; nothing to do with the current MCU.


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Hulk is based on comic character known for his anger being out of his control. In fact, intially he converts into Hulk only when he gets angered by someone. He started controlling himself in Avenger first time which leaded to many questions e.g. this and other . So Bruce Banner prefers to live away from city either alone in forests or some peaceful tribes ...


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I definitely see it as a sequel because it basically continues from the first and was (at least initially) intended as a sequel. Word is that the studio intended it to be a sequel and Norton intended it to be a remake. I also see that supposed 'origin' story at the beginning of The Incredible Hulk to be Bruce returning to fix the Hulk with Betty but it ...


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