Mark Ruffalo has said that he wants to be more involved behind-the-scenes if a standalone Hulk movie should happen. Ruffalo thrilled comic book fans with his turn as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, so much that fans having been calling for Hulk spin-off movies ever since. Mark seems to be up for it, and he believes that he is now in a position to have more of an
Is Hulk your favorite character in The Avengers? If yes, then you will be pleased to know that Hot Toys has unveiled some pictures of its upcoming collectible figure capturing Hulk’s better half: Bruce Banner. Mark Ruffalo gave a wonderful performance as the gamma radiated, vulnerable doctor in Joss Whedon‘s superhero film, (my personal favourite is the scene where he just casually beats Loki into the ground,) and the collectible
Mark Ruffalo isn’t the sort of actor who demands adoration: He had to be convinced to accept an activism award last night at the Annual Riverkeeper’s Fishermen’s Ball, and while there, he said that self-obsession just isn’t his bag. “I’ve never Googled myself on the Internet,” he told us. Does that mean he’s never heard of “Science Bros,” an Internet subculture celebrating the friendship of Bruce Banner and Tony Stark,
Official Statement from best Duo nominees RDJ & MR @mtv “We campaigned hard for this and won’t see it stipped from our 4 hands!” — Mark Ruffalo (@Mruff221) March 8, 2013 Alternative statement from MR and RDJ on MTV nomination. “We are truly humbled…well at least one of us… We will stop at nothing to win.” — Mark Ruffalo (@Mruff221) March 8, 2013
Mark and his fellow Avengers are nominated in 4 categories at the MTV Movie Awards: Movie of the Year, Best On-screen Duo (Mark & Robert), Best Fight and Best Villain (Tom Hiddleston). You can vote here.
“The Avengers” is up for an Oscar in the visual effects category this year, and while we could think of 100 reasons to support the nomination, it really comes down to one: the brilliantly executed Hulk. But it wasn’t just the Oscar-nominated Jeff White and his ILM team responsible for bringing Hulk to life. Crucial the process was actor Mark Ruffalo, who not only played Bruce Banner, but also fully
I added more posters, stills, promotional images and behind the scenes photos of Mark in “The Last Castle” and “The Avengers”.
The 85th Annual Academy Awards nominations were announced and “The Avengers” received one in the Best Visual Effects category! Congratulations to Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams and Dan Sudick! “Visual effects is a truly collaborative process, and I am thrilled to see the hard work and dedication of all the artists that worked on ‘The Avengers’ recognized by the Academy. The films nominated for visual effects this year are
‘The Avengers’- Hulk Special Effects Highlighted from Ruffalo Central on Vimeo. Source: Huffington Post