"Avengers 2: Age of Ultron" will introduce QuickSilver and Scarlet Witch, but some are considering the possibility that She-Hulk might join the team too. And if the creators of "Avengers 2" hasn't given any thoughts about this, maybe they should while there's still time.
Movie Pilot author Mark Robirds Jr. is hoping that She-Hulk will be introduced in the upcoming movie. He describes him as "a character that at first feels like nothing but a flirt, but she's actually a really likable hero who never does anything wrong." Mark also believes that in order to seamlessly include She-Hulk in the movie, a good writer and a charismatic actress will be needed.
Just a quick background, She-Hulk's real name is Jen Walters. She is the cousin of Bruce Banner and a skilled lawyer. An incident left Walters wounded and Banner had no choice but to do a blood transfusion. Walters was infected with Banner's transforming condition, but hers was milder. She can turn into a green monster, while keeping her own personality. She has also been a legal counsel to other superheroes.
Now that Marvel fans are starting to wonder about whether She-Hulk will be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there's no better way to get answers than asking The Hulk, Mark Ruffalo, himself.
During a Reddit AMA session, a user asked Ruffalo who he thought would best play his cousin She-Hulk. He answered "Oh wow, that's pretty crazy. Well I think Zoe Saldana would be a great She Hulk. It'd be nice to see someone like her join the Avengers. Or someone quiet and demure like Emma Stone would be nice. But it would be up to the powers that be."
Zoe Saldana will be checked off the list as she will already play Gamora in "Guardins of the Galaxy." As for Emma Stone, she looks a bit young for the role and has no resemblance with Walters, Movie Pilot reckons. The site believes that an actress close to the age of Ruffalo would be a better choice, actress like Rachel Weisz, Olivia Wilde, Alice Eve, Gina Carano and, Lynn Collins.