The Incredible Hulk Is a Better Life Risk Than Iron Man: TermLife2Go | ThinkAdvisor Analysts have told Variety that “Avengers: Endgame,” the big new Marvel movie, could make more than $200 million on the weekend when it reaches U.S. theaters, starting April 26. That’s raising an important question in the minds of life insurance and annuity marketers: Why can’t they attract a little of the attention flowing toward the Marvel super heroes, in ways other than having bad guys from another planet (or dimension) knock down the MetLife Building? Marketers for Clear Link Insurance Agency’s TermLife2Go.com website came up with this answer: Have Chris Abrams, the founder of MJ Life Insurance, analyze each Avenger’s life insurance needs, and what the cost of those insurance needs might be. Abrams specializes in serving high-risk clients. The mission of his agency is to “help marijuana users get approved for life insurance at the lowest rates.” Abrams told TermLife2Go that he thinks Bruce Banner, a scientist who moonlights as the Incredible Hulk, might need about 30 years of term life insurance and could probably get it at an affordable rate. Abrams predicted that Tony Stark, the billionaire who operates as the Iron Man, would not want conventional life insurance and would not qualify to buy it.