Unlike other Marvel actors, Mark Ruffalo might not yet have a standalone film. But it looks like his role in Thor: Ragnarok would put him in the limelight going by his recent comment.
Recently, Ruffalo and Don Cheadle (plays as War Machine) were interviewed by Good Morning America at the D23 Expo. Initially, at the very beginning of the video, The Hulk actor gives away a scoop from Thor: Ragnarok.
The interviewer points out about The Hulk’s travel into space suggesting that he gets to “meet new friends” in Thor: Ragnarok. Instantly, Ruffalo makes a statement that puts the whole room in silence.
“Yes, and then we have to go save Asgard,” says Ruffalo. Fans can check it out in the video below.
In Thor: Ragnarok teaser trailer, we got to see The Hulk in a gladiator armor- pit into the Grandmaster Arena. While the God of Thunder seemed happy about meeting his “friend from work”, the green beast wasn’t in the mood to rekindle their friendship.
Going by Ruffalo’s comment, it looks like Thor and The Hulk manage to clear the air in Ragnarok and later team-up to save Asgard from Hela (played by Cate Blanchett).
In the rest of the interview, Ruffalo makes another staggering statement about Avengers: Infinity War. “Let me just say this; Like every other Marvel movie, it doesn’t end well for the superheroes.”
While Cheadle attempted to stop Ruffalo from sharing any secret prior to his above comment, it looks like the actor couldn’t keep his excitement at bay. Here’s what he had to say.
“Wait until you see this next one,” Ruffalo said, discussing Avengers: Infinity War. “Everybody dies.” Fans can check out the interview below.
While it seemed like Ruffalo and Cheadle were just trying to hype the audience with a joke- the possibility of Marvel superheroes getting killed in action in the upcoming Avengers film is likely. Hopefully, we’ll find the answer on May 4th, 2018 on the release of Infinity War.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) July 16, 2017
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