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The Hulk - Mark Ruffalo signed to 6 More Marvel Movies!


 The Hulk - Mark Ruffalo signed to 6 More Marvel Movies!
topic by bigscore - 05-01-2012, 10:44 AM - Boxden > The TV and Movie Spot


"With The Avengers opening next weekend in North America, Marvel/Disney recently held a massive press junket in Los Angeles and I was able to interview most of the cast, director Joss Whedon, and Kevin Feige (Marvel Studios President). Every day this week I’ll be posting a new video interview from the junket. Yesterday was Tom Hiddleston (Loki), and today I’ve got Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/The Hulk).

During the interview, Ruffalo talked about his reaction to reading The Avengers script for the first time, deleted scenes, and how funny the movie is. In addition, Ruffalo revealed he signed a six picture deal with Marvel and he’s excited to keep making movies with them after seeing The Avengers."



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6 comments for "The Hulk - Mark Ruffalo signed to 6 More Marvel Movies!"


 05-01-2012, 11:05 AMonline - #2
DesertEagle 41 heat pts41

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That Disney money >>

Can't wait til Friday :cool-smiley-009:
 05-01-2012, 11:14 AMaway - #3
TheMindOf 21 heat pts21

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Eric Bana and Edward Norton lost
 05-01-2012, 11:29 AMaway - #4
Storchaveli 79 heat pts79

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I'm tired of that character. Them having 3 different actors play him in different movies ruins it too. There's no continuity. Plus Hulk doesn't fascinate me. He gets angry and turns big/green. :sleepy:
 05-01-2012, 11:29 AMaway - #5
Aleandroid 303 heat pts303

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6 more?!?! damn
 05-01-2012, 12:15 PMaway - #6
onlybuilt1906 6 heat pts

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Originally Posted by Storchaveli
I'm tired of that character. Them having 3 different actors play him in different movies ruins it too. There's no continuity. Plus Hulk doesn't fascinate me. He gets angry and turns big/green. :sleepy:
I guess we all have our preferences, but for my money, Hulk is the absolute best franchise Marvel has. Aside from Superman, his is the most recognizable superhero and his story is amazing. The inner turmoil, controlling the rage, embracing the monster. I, for one, pray that the green/grey hulk story gets told on the big screen.
 05-01-2012, 02:11 PMaway - #7
Ham Rove 1951 heat pts1951

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Hulk>>>>

but idk about 6 of them, I really liked Edward Norton as the Hulk. Idk about Ruffalo.
 
 


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