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MCU Star Mark Ruffalo Says He’s Learned His Lesson On Giving Spoilers

What did Mark Ruffalo mean when he tweeted that he’s responsible for the next phase in the MCU and now knows better than giving spoilers? Popularly known as the Hulk, Ruffalo made his MCU debut with The Avengers in 2012. Hulk is a significant part of the team of mighty heroes and was initially played by Edward Norton. But creative differences brought Ruffalo into the picture, who replaced Norton and took over the fans. He is set to make his next appearance in the upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk.

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The actor’s latest tweet comes in reference to the Hulk and Moon Knight. Oscar Isaac will play the titular role in Moon Knight as Marc Spector. His character was on the verge of death when Khonshu, the moon god, saved him and granted him special moon-based powers. Moon Knight is an expert in martial arts and combat and possesses enhanced strength, speed, and endurance. The series also features Ethan Hawke in the villainous role and May Calamawy and Gaspard Ulliel.

So far, there’s been no news on Mark Ruffalo appearing in the series. But a story by Screen Rant about Ruffalo’s presence in Budapest had caught the actor’s attention. Coincidentally, the productions of Moon Knight are taking place in Budapest and Ruffalo was there at the same time as Oscar Isaac. In response to the report that hints at Hulk appearing on the show, Ruffalo made a sassy tweet. 

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He said that he has learnt his lesson on Marvel Spoilers and that he is responsible for the next phase of the MCU. This post is no inside joke, considering that Ruffalo has earned a special name across the globe in giving out major spoilers. Though it doesn’t reveal anything in a straightforward way, featuring Moon Knight’s poster with Hulk in the Tweet could be a hint. 

Talking about “responsible”, as the only original Avenger left with Hawkeye and Thor’s busy schedule, Professor Hulk may have a lot of duties to carry out in the next phase.

Written by Ipshita Barua