Except Hulk is a founding member of the Avengers and an Iconic Marvel character, a household name even. They have to put him in the movie, especially since his movie, along with the Thor, Iron Man and Cap movies, were building to the Avengers film. Plus, the Hulk movie never mentioned Bruce having any relatives. Again Monica would be the better choice.
“Except Hulk is a founding member of the Avengers” - Ant-Man and Wasp were founding members of the Avengers, not Hawkeye and Black Widow, yet they are in the film.
“They have to put him in the movie.” - No, they do not. This is not the comics, they can do whatever they want creatively.
“Plus, the Hulk movie never mentioned Bruce having any relatives.” - So add a line in the film where Nick Fury says, “This is Bruce Banner’s cousin.” Done.
You don’t think She-Hulk is the best choice for adding another female Avenger to the movie and would prefer another, that’s fine, but don’t give crap reasons for it.
I agree with you that the Avengers movie should have had another female hero, but i disagree that it should have been She-Hulk or Ms. Marvel since they wouldn't fit with the movies plot(Plus She-Hulk would be redundant with Hulk around). Personally, i'd have gone with Monica Rambeau(aka Captain Marvel, aka Photon) since how she got her powers does work with the movies plot.
Well there’s an easy answer to that. Don’t put Hulk in the movie.
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