If we choose to go see it, that is.
Handsome men make the best superheroes.
Ruffalo will play a cop and Seyfried will play some sort of magical savant. One of those makes sense.
“Get ready to be…AVENGED.” That should be the tagline. Or maybe something better should. Hmm…
To be fair, it’s hard to take “crazy” seriously when you’re that soft-spoken.
Tim Robbins and Mark Ruffalo are men of temptation. But what tempts them? The flesh, apparently.
Alternative headline: ‘Will It Be A ‘Red Light Winter’ For Mark Ruffalo?’
Hulk is his generation’s Hamlet.
Ruffalo helms this movie about a DJ who gets paralyzed. Okay. Then the DJ suddenly develops the power to heal people, but not himself. Uhm… okay?
Man, Mark Ruffalo REALLY wants that Oscar.
Ray Liotta is doing his Ray Liotta thing in ‘Cogan’s Trade’.
Mark Ruffalo may not end up being the first superhero actor to do his own motion capture work.
Mark Ruffalo will likely whisper and squint his way through writer Stuart Blumberg’s follow up to The Kid’s Are All Right.
When mumbly actor Mark Ruffalo was hired to take over the Hulk reins from Edward Norton in Marvel Studio's The Avengers, it was assumed he'd only appear as a drowsy-looking Bruce Banner. Now he's let it slip that the Hulk will appear like he just woke from a catnap as well. Ruffalo tells Vulture:
"I'm really excited. No one's ever played the Hulk exactly, they've always done CGI. They're going to do the Avatar stop-action, stop-motion capture. So I'll actually play the Hulk. That'll be fun."
Stop-motion capture? Is that like taking a photo?
This should be interesting to see. Ruffalo seems too laidback to pull off the Hulk's rage, but I think he could surprise us. Then again, he's never performed in such an effects-heavy film before, and has no experience acting against nothing. Unless, of course, you count Jennifer Aniston.
Yeah YOU, dude.Mark Ruffalo is in late-stage talks to smash things as The Hulk in The Avengers. Marvel told Edward Norton to eff off and has been on a search to find his replacement. The name Joaquin Phoenix was even floating around in Stupid Rumor Land.Mark Ruffalo is one actor who never came to mind when I spent last night brainstorming possible Hulk replacements. I don't remember Bruce Banner laughing nervously and growing spotty facial hair in the comics. Perhaps casting agents should turn their attention to a certain phone call Mel Gibson made not too long ago. If that wasn't a expemplary audition and lesson in transformation from human to beast, then I'll eat my hat. My cake hat. (Deadline)