One of Marvel's most iconic characters, the Hulk, is set to star in 'Captain America: Civil War'.
The Hulk is set to star in 'Captain America: Civil War'.
The iconic Marvel character, played by Mark Ruffalo, will feature alongside the likes of Ant-Man and Spider-Man in the eagerly awaited comic book movie, after he was seen on the film's set.
The 47-year-old actor's on-set appearance has ended months of speculation as to whether he would reprise the role following his star turn in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
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The Hulk - Stars from Marvel's action movie took to the red carpet at the UK premiere of 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' which was held at the Westfield White City in London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 21st April 2015
Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo - who stars as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Marvel movies - says 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' will be more ''character-driven'' than the 2012 film.
Mark Ruffalo says 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' will be more ''character-driven'' than the 2012 'Avengers' film.
The 47-year-old actor, who stars as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Marvel movies, has offered some insight into the eagerly-awaited new film, revealing how his on-screen character has changed.
Ruffalo shared: ''I think he's definitely matured a little bit since the last one.
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The Notting Hill star has often been linked to the role of superspy 007 but he admits he's never been officially asked to even audition for the part.
In a Reddit.com chat with fans on Friday (10Oct14), the actor said, "I never was offered James Bond, sadly. Which is a shame, because I think I would look nice in a white tuxedo. And I do love to kill."
Continue reading: Hugh Grant: 'I'd Love To Play 007 And The Hulk'
Elizabeth Olsen is nervous about starring in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' as she hasn't had as much time to develop her character as returning cast members.
Elizabeth Olsen is nervous about starring in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
The 25-year-old actress is one of the new stars to join the cast of the superhero movie - in which she will play the Scarlett Witch, alongside newcomer Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who will portray Quicksilver - and worries she has not had the same opportunity for character development as returning cast members.
She told MTV: ''It is intimidating going into a production where everyone has their characters fully fleshed out and they know their weaknesses and they have their comedy.
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Edward Norton has no desire to star in superhero movies like 'Avengers Assemble' after missing out on reprising his role as The Hulk in the Marvel film.
The 42-year-old actor missed out on reprising his role as The Hulk/Bruce Banner in this year's Marvel movie for ''personal and professional'' reasons but he isn't bothered about appearing in any future Incarnations of the franchise, or similar films.
He said: ''I couldn't do it for a variety of reasons - personal and professional. I had a blast doing 'The Hulk'. I don't mean to sound snotty but I don't aspire to spend that much time in my life doing those types of films. I have a lot of other things I want to do.''
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Samuel L. Jackson finds it ''fun'' and ''artistically satisfying'' teaming up with Quentin Tarantino again on drama movie 'Django Unchained'.
Samuel L. Jackson finds it ''fun'' and ''artistically satisfying'' working with Quentin Tarantino on 'Django Unchained'.
The 'Avengers Assemble' star is delighted to be teaming up with the director again for the star-studded drama movie - which features Sacha Baron Cohen, Leonardo Dicaprio, Kurt Russell, Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx - and he revealed the film set is ''full of fun, joy and laughter''.
He said: ''It's really great to be back on Tarantino's set. As usual it's full of fun, joy and laughter. It's as fun and artistically satisfying as it's ever been.
Continue reading: Samuel L. Jackson: Tarantino Is Fun On Django Unchained Set
The blockbuster, which also features Robert Downey, Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson, has already grossed $180 million (£112.5 million) worldwide and it will be released in the U.S. on Friday (04May12).
The bumper figures have prompted Marvel movie bosses to sign Ruffalo up for a series of sequels and other projects, which is likely to include a new solo outing as the green monster - and the actor admits signing on the dotted line was an easy decision to make.
He tells Collider.com, "I was so impressed and blown away by how much (director Joss Whedon) packs into this movie and how exciting it is and what a great ride it is, and how it just works on every level."
Continue reading: Mark Ruffalo Signs Six-film Deal For The Hulk
Mark Ruffalo has signed up for six more Marvel films and he admits starring in 'Avengers Assemble' has ''definitely'' given him more appetite to appear in the forthcoming comic book projects.
Mark Ruffalo has signed up for six more Marvel films.
The 44-year-old actor - who plays The Hulk/Bruce Banner in the comic book company's latest movie 'Avengers Assemble' - had a ''great time'' working on the star-studded motion picture and his latest experience has ''definitely'' given him the appetite for similar projects.
When asked if he felt confident to make a lot more Marvel movies, he replied; ''Definitely. The experience was great, I really had a great time, it was fun.''
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Jeremy Renner loved having the opportunity to play with ''Thor's hammer'' on the set of 'The Avengers'.
The actor - who plays Hawkeye in the Marvel Comics movie - loved getting to spend the day with all of the other stars of the film, although admits it was like ''Halloween'' with everyone in costume.
He said: ''When everybody was together. That's the most memorable and creepy and funny. Getting to play with Thor's hammer while he stroked my bow. That's going to get me in trouble! It was getting all the actors in one room, all in costume.
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Four-year-old Odette grabbed onto her dad's arm and asked him to take her out of the cinema minutes into the movie.
He says, "She was like, 'I don't like this... Why do you want to kill that girl?' She totally freaked out."
Hearing the news for the first time, co-star and new dad Robert Downey, Jr. joked Ruffalo should have made his daughter sit through the film.
Continue reading: Ruffalo Left Avengers Premiere After Daughter Got Scared
Stan Lee, Fantastic Four, Spider Man and The Hulk - Stan Lee, Beverly Hills, California - comic book writer and co-creator of Spider-man, Iron Man, Fantastic Four and the Hulk, out and about with a friend Monday 11th October 2010