Mark Ruffalo Visits New York Comic Con Wearing Mask To Avoid Fans
It has not been hidden from anyone that Mark Ruffalo is a very big fan of comic book films. Lately, Ruffalo went to an event, the New York Comic Con, escaping the piercing eyes of the fans. Since he was wearing a mask, fans were not able to recognize him. He also uploaded the pics on Instagram.
The 47-year-old Ruffalo became one of the most loved actors in Hollywood after playing the role of Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2012. But since the role had happened to him, he had only regaled friends with his inability to go out at any public event without being smothered by attention from fans. So, this time the actor decided to disguise himself using a mask and attend the event. New York Comic Con hosts bevy of graphic novels, video games, comics, anime, toys, movies, manga, television, etc. It is reckoned as the second largest pop culture convention in America.
‘The Avengers” and “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” actor also posted his picture with caption on Instagram after succeeding in returning home without being recognized. The actor gave a teasing caption, “Got to hide out and enjoy #comiccon2015.” He also uploaded his picture along with his son Keen who is 14 years old. To the picture he gave the caption, “Had a great time at #comiccon2015 NYC! Thanks ComicCon for the Hospitality.”
If the actor would have been recognized, fans would have asked him all sort of questions related to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. He would also have been subjected to answer all kind of questions about the Hulk’s role within it.
News also reached that Jared Leto also managed to sneak around NYCC wearing a mask. He though had a bit more fun than Mark Ruffalo. Jared Leto also approached a fan dressed like The Joker and took a picture with him.
Jared Leto and Mark Ruffalo are competitors in the industry. Jared Leto will be seen for the first time in Warner Bros. and DC’s flourishing cinematic universe this summer. Mark Ruffalo, on the other hand has done films in 2012 like ‘The Avengers” and sequel “Avengers: Age Of Ultron”.
Photo Source: Instagram/Mark Ruffalo