Hulk 2: During a recent interview with Marvel executive, Kevin Feige, over at Comics Continuum, new bits came to the surface about the possibility of a sequel to 2003's The Hulk...

"I think The Hulk is extremely important to Marvel, obviously, one of the biggest and most well-known characters and I think he'll have a future on the screen," Feige told The Continuum. "And I think most likely that future will be a sequel at Universal.

"We've got a meeting in the next week or two with a very talented writer who's come up with a version that is interesting. We're anxious about it, and think there are amazing stories to come with Bruce Banner."

Feige said it's too early in the process to talk about potential filmmakers for the sequel. Hulk 2 figures to have more action than the first film, however.

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"We explored a lot of very important core elements about the Hulk's character and Bruce Banner's character in that first movie, elements that are key from the comic and elements that, whether people realize it or not, came directly out of the comic," Feige said.

"But I think with the sequel we'll explore other elements of his character from the comics that people love and remember. We want to continue to take it very seriously and continue to follow his inner psyche, but at the same time allow us in the audience to have a little more fun, a little more action, a little more of the 'Hulk smash.'"

Brian B.