MARK RUFFALO BRINGS TO LIGHT A MORE TROUBLED HULK CHARACTER IN THOR:RAGNAROK

By Lex Lopez | 1 year ago
MARK RUFFALO BRINGS TO LIGHT A MORE TROUBLED HULK CHARACTER IN THOR:RAGNAROK
Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo and his Hulk character maybe sidelined in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” but that didn’t stop the 48-year-old actor from giving a tell-tale sign of his portrayal in the Thor: Ragnarok.

According to Screen Crush, the now estranged Green Goliath will fortuitously hooked up with the now also gone awry God of Thunder. In the third installment of Thor, the premise will adhere to the fact that while the rest of their Avengers’ teammates are duking it out amongst themselves in “Civil War,” the Hulk will time and time again cross paths with Thor.

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Ruffalo  was asked side questions about his character’s appearance in the MCU during a press conference for his Golden Globe nomination.

“He’s on the run. I think that we carry that through. It’s not just a matter of taking himself to some remote place and hiding. Now he’s removing himself from humanity altogether,” Ruffalo said.

The “Infinitely Polar Bear” actor added, “I’m not sure where we’re going to head with that, but I’m sure that’s probably still very much alive within him.”

Fans were surprised during the “Age of Ultron” that the massive Hulk managed to steer the Quinjet in an effort to dump his fellow Avengers. A question was also raised if who made that judgment. Was it Bruce Banner? And how much in control was the scientist during that deed?

Screenwriter Christopher Markus was quoted early this December in Entertainment Weekly giving a justification as to why both heroes are amiss in “Civil War.”

“You put those guys in a fight, it’s over quickly. It’s like, ‘Well, we have the Hulk on our side.’ Oh, fine, then,” Markus explaining the commandeering presence of a rampaging Hulk.

Despite his alpha dog status, Ruffalo’s Marvel superhero character is still in a limbo for a solo reboot project. In an interview with Indie Wire, Ruffalo took a more personal approach declaring that Marvel and Universal don’t really see each other eye to eye in making such an endeavor.

“Thor: Ragnarok” is set for a July 28, 2017 release and is spearheaded by “Two Cars, One Night” director Taika Waititi.

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