According to Latino-Review on Thursday, 80s sensation Lou Ferrigno was on a talk radio show and had expressed that after Joss Whedon's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" that there are plans in the works for a solo "Hulk" movie. Also, it was announced in the past that Ferrigno did some of the voice over work in Whedon's sequel movie.
Actor Harvey Elder, who played The Leader in Louis Leterrier's "The Incredible Hulk" starring Edward Norton and Liv Tyler, has also been in talks with the studios about portraying the socially awkward scientist Harvey Elder, otherwise known as Mole Man from the Marvel comic books, in the "Fantastic Four" reboot. Though he will not be of the Mole Man nomenclature in this film, it has been said that he'll be just setting up for future appearances as the aforementioned villain. He'll also be joining Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, and Toby Kebbell.
As far as "The Hulk" solo film, it's always been quite the mystery of how this movie would take on it's own personality. Thoughts on whether or not it will pick up where the Edward Norton film left off or if it will spread its wings spinning off from "The Avengers" movie because after all, it is of the full franchise of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also, Robert Downey, Jr. did appear at the end of "The Hulk". That being said, it would be pretty interesting how such a solo film will pan out.
Rumors were asunder in the past on whether the "Hulk" film will follow along the lines of the "World War Hulk" story arc. For those not aware of this story, the Hulk was considered a nuisance to the planet of Earth and the Illuminati ban him from the planet. He finds himself on planet Sakaar. Later on he seeks vengeance on his once known allies and makes a return trip back to Earth.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is scheduled to open in theaters May 1, 2015.