Ferrigno, who voiced the Hulk in Avengers, revealed the plans for the unannounced Phase Three movie on radio interview.
CosmicBookNews reports that Lou Ferrigno, who was the uncredited voice of The Hulk in The Avengers and will be returning for Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, told a Minneapolis radio station that Marvel is making a Hulk movie after the Avengers sequel. Marvel hasn't revealed plans for another Hulk movie yet, but with their films mapped out until 2028, it's certainly plausible that a Hulk movie would be one of them.
The Outhouse invited Ferrigno to comment further, but when he got here, he was saddened and insulted that we didn't believe him, transformed into Bill Bixby, and walked away without saying a word while depressing music played. Here's exclusive video of that:
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