Mark Ruffalo is one of Hollywood’s most beloved actors, unmarred by controversies or media scandals. He is known for his humble nature and his extensive career playing the good guy in films and television. The actor’s career which has almost spanned over three decades is marked by romcoms and feel-good films. However, the one role that made him a global fan favorite was as Hulk in the MCU.
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The State of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the original six had banded together for the first time in the Battle of New York to stand against Loki’s invasion. What began in the 2012 movie, Avengers had come to an end with the 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. It would be an understatement to claim that the conclusion of the Infinity Saga had been a global phenomenon and the movies are still considered the bar when comparing the success of other Hollywood blockbusters.
However, it all began with the first solo films that introduced the characters into the Marvel universe. Even though Mark Ruffalo was not present during those films, he is no less crucial and essential to the building of the mainstream events. Now, with most of the original six gone or passing on the mantle to their proteges, now seems like the right time to cast a look back into the past and reconstruct some stories that were missed out on in favor of full-scale wars and battles.
Mark Ruffalo Talks About Future Hulk Prospects
In an interview with ET, Mark Ruffalo had spoken in response to some eager questions at the She-Hulk: Attorney At Law premiere. Cautious not to give away too much, the actor had been indulging the interviewer with only a bare few sentences, but it was enough to satisfy the curiosity of Marvel fans for now. Especially when it came to prospects of future Hulk movies and Secret Wars.
In response to his absence from the recent Thor solo, he expressed his disappointment as the last venture with Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi went well with the addition of Mark Ruffalo. However, he supplied with enthusiasm that if Marvel has any prospects of doing a solo Hulk film with him in the future, then, “anytime they want to do it, I’m free.” Moreover, when asked about the Secret Wars film, Ruffalo teased that considering what he knows about Marvel and Kevin Feige, although it’ll be hard to top Endgame, they’ll “go out with a big bang.”
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is now streaming on Disney+
Source: Entertainment Tonight