Mark Ruffalo had never heard of the intensely hilarious Science Bros meme. Until now, that is.
Marvel's The Avengers gave the Hulk a new lease on life, and the film left fans wanting more of the giant green hero. After watching him ride off into the sunset with Tony Stark, how likely is he to get another solo movie?
Remember that scene in The Avengers in which The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) falls through a building and has a chat with a confused security guard when he wakes up? Turns out, there was a lot more of that conversation that got cut. Potential spoilers ahead!
We loved Mark Ruffalo's performance as Dr. Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk in Marvel's The Avengers, but back when he was cast, people were not so kind. They didn't think this indie cinema star could pull it off, and they wanted Edward Norton back. Well, Ruffalo has a message for everyone who raged when his casting was announced: Thanks.
In a new interview promoting The Avengers, Mark Ruffalo has spilled on just how many films are included in his Marvel contract as The Hulk—and rumor has it, one could be a solo flick.
This summer, Mark Ruffalo has giant shoes to fill. He'll appear as Bruce Banner and his alter ego The Hulk in Marvel's The Avengers. When it comes to film versions of the character, Ruffalo is picking up where Edward Norton (The Incredible Hulk) and Eric Bana (Hulk) left off. So what will make his incarnation so special?
If the trailer is any indication, The Avengers is a movie about many things: explosions, skintight suits, the clash of egos and saving the world from evil. But according to star Mark Ruffalo, it also has a deeper—and more political—message for Americans.
As writer/director Joss Whedon's Marvel mash-up The Avengers starts filming this week in New Mexico, Mark Ruffalo took time out to get into character without the benefit of gamma radiation (or CGI)
His Avengers co-star Chris Hemsworth may have packed on the pounds to play the Asgardian god of thunder, but Mark Ruffalo is heading in the other direction for his debut as the Hulk's alter ego, Bruce Banner.
A few months back, Mark Ruffalo announced that he'd be doing more than just playing Bruce Banner in The Avengers—he was going to portray the Hulk as well. But suddenly, we're not so sure.