Captain America 4 will feature Edward Norton’s Hulk co-star Liv Tyler

Captain America: New World Order will welcome back a surprise MCU character who last appeared during the Infinity saga.

While Captain America 4 In the middle of filming, that didn’t stop the Phase 5 film from making headlines. Next to Anthony Mackie, New world order features a stellar cast that includes the likes of Harrison Ford, Danny Ramirez, Carl Lumbly and Tim Blake Nelson as The Leader.

The latter’s presence as a villain led many to speculate that the film is finally acknowledging a major cliffhanger The incredible Hulk. More so, it looks like this isn’t the only plot point being treated as shared in a new report.

Captain America 4 brings back Betty Ross from Liv Tyler

Liv Tyler, the Incredible Hulk

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Liv Tyler has been confirmed to reprise her MCU role as Betty Ross Captain America: New World Order.

Tyler’s last MCU appearance as Betty Ross was in 2008 The incredible Hulk, a film in which she starred alongside then-Bruce Banner actor Edward Norton.

Betty is the daughter of General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, a character previously portrayed by the late William Hurt.

Indiana Jones And war of stars Actor Harrison Ford will now play the character in the Anthony Mackie-directed Phase 5 film.

Aside from her brief stint with the MCU, Tyler is best known for her roles in Armageddon, Lord of the Rings Trilogy and HBO’s The rest.

This story is still developing. Please check back for updates! Captain America 4 will feature Edward Norton’s Hulk co-star Liv Tyler

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