During its more than ten years of market history, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was not without failures and cuts. We can not say that Hulk: The Incredible Man – 67% with Edward Norton was a mistake, the actor is too smart to see it this way, but his departure from the MCU has left its mark on the movement of the company Executives were ready to proceed with The Avengers – 92% without him in the famous crossover. Well, during a recent interview in Larry King Now mentioned Edward that he would be very willing to return to the Marvel Universe if asked.
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But Edward Norton No discourage. The 50-year-old actor has been nominated for an Academy Award and has received numerous awards throughout his career, meaning that the arrival of the work is no problem for him, but now he mentions that he would not mind, in case MCU returned that the company came to him. He said this when asked if he would return:
Yes, why not? I had a lot of fun with it. I have never made such a movie.
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Norton was asked if Marvel was surprised I'll hire him for the role. Mark Ruffalo's name came up in the conversation:
No, I was a good alternative for Bruce Banner. Mark Ruffalo too, it's fantastic. I mean, Mark and I came to New York together. He is one of the best and people always try to create arguments and wrong things. But it's like Hamlet. Bill Bixby was great, Eric Bana was great, I hope I was good, Mark is great. I think it's one of those things that many great actors will achieve.
It is undeniable that we were all surprised by the appearance of Mark Ruffalo in The Avengers at its premiere in 2012. We had already decided that Edward Norton would join the superteam with some of the most famous and popular actors of the present day. In 2010, when the band preparations had already been completed, the Norton agent said he was very willing to join Avengers but things did not work out well in the end.
After several weeks of contentless discussions, but before reaching an agreement, a Marvel representative called us and said they had decided to take the newspaper in a different direction. This seemed to us to be a financial decision, but it is in any case an absolute privilege of them and we accept their decision without resentment.
In early October Edward Norton granted The New an interview with the York Times in which he speaks about Hulk: The Incredible Man . The actor was impressed by Batman: The Dark Knight – 94% in 2008 and he wanted the Hulk movie to follow the same footsteps. However, the ideas of Marvel Studios were very different and much simpler:  What Christopher Nolan did to Batman was something I identified with: long, dark and serious. When I saw something like that, it was in Hulk. It is literally the myth of Prometheus. He had presented a story of two films: the origin and then the idea of Hulk as the dreamer who can handle the transformation. And they said, "We want that." It turned out that it was not so, but I had a lot of fun doing it. I got on very well with Kevin Feige.
How Edward Norton could return to the MCU, where Mark Ruffalo was the main star? Maybe the multiverse is the answer.
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