Mark Ruffalo has signed up to appear in a whopping six 'Incredible Hulk' films after impressing whilst playing the Marvel comic character in new box office smash 'Avengers Assemble.' Following a poor run of recent 'Hulk' films - which saw first Eric Bana in 2003 and then Ed Norton in 2008 fail to inject life into the character- there's fresh optimism after seeing Ruffalo in the 'Avengers' film, something evidenced by his lengthy deal.

"The experience was great," Ruffalo told the Collider of playing Hulk. "I really had a good time. It was fun, and I love that group of people," Ruffalo also went on to reveal the six-film deal in that same interview.

Ruffalo has had a relatively decorated career thus far. Coming to prominence in 2000's 'You Can Count on Me' and finding himself nominated for a bunch of critics awards as a result, the actor went on to appear in 'Eternal Sunlight Of The Spotless Mind,' 'What Doesn't Kill You' and 2009 smash 'Shutter Island.' His crowning moment thus far however has come in 2010's 'The Kids Are Alright' in which his performance saw him nominated for Best Supporting Actor at all three of the Academy, BAFTA and Screen Actors Guild Awards.