Hulk SMASH.... the box office.
At least, that's what we'd hope. But The Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton barely made back the production costs (grossing $134 million domestically when it cost $150 million to produce). That's actually less than the 2005 Fantastic Four film, and its opening weekend was actually less impressive than the 2003 Eric Bana Hulk film.
That's what it seems like anyway.
And truth be told, if the Hulk were a female character, Hollywood would have given up on him by now (if they even bothered to give him a chance in the first place). Why hasn't anyone been able to get it together and bring us a Hulk movie that hits it out of the ballpark? The character has consistently been a much-adored part of the ensemble films. Why hasn't it worked when he's gone solo?
There's too much potential to give up now.
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