There's no room for The Hulk in "Captain America: Civil War." Despite the fact that pretty much other Marvel character in existence will be in the upcoming movie, star Mark Ruffalo revealed to Italian site Bad Taste (via Coming Soon)...Show More Summary
Where in the world is the Incredible Hulk?Â Despite chatter that Mark Ruffalo's Hulk would be popping up alongside nearly every other Marvel movie character in Captain America: Civil War, this is not the case. However, that doesn't mean he wasn't included originally. Show More Summary
When a melancholy Hulk hopped in a quinjet near the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, only he knew his destination — but it looks like he won't be touching down in Captain America: Civil War. The megahit franchise installment will feature basically every other Marvel Cinematic Universe superperson, but in... More »
It’s been unclear if Mark Rufallo’s Bruce Banner would hulk out for next year’s Captain America: Civil War. Rufallo himself weighed in earlier in the summer, indicating that he would return. Now Coming Soon reports that Ruffalo is revising...Show More Summary
Mark Ruffalo says Marvel does not yet want to reveal where the Hulk disappeared to at the end of "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Mark Ruffalo reveals that Hulk was originally in 'Captain America: Civil War' but Marvel wants to save him for later.
In what's been the warmest reception I’ve seen for a film this year in Venice, Tom McCarthy's Spotlight hit the Lido today, bringing awards buzz, and leaving the press corps exclaiming ‘Bellissima!’. Given this is a film whose subjects...Show More Summary
The Oscar-nominated actor turned Marvel superhero opened up about his role as an investigative journalist in ‘Spotlight’ and where his activist streak comes from.
Though the hints in his answer raise as many questions as they satisfy, Mark Ruffalo has finally commented on whether or not he and the Hulk will appear in Captain America: Civil War.
Mark Ruffalo was recently interviewed by BadTaste.it about "Captain America: Civil War." As you may know, many have speculated that Mark would reprise his role as Bruce Banner aka 'The Hulk' amidst the rivalry between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. Show More Summary
For the past few months, we’ve been wondering whether the Hulk would drop in on Captain America: Civil War. There have been some hints that he might be, but Mark Ruffalo‘s name hasn’t been included on any cast lists so far. Now Ruffalo...Show More Summary
Mark Ruffalo reveals that his role in CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR was cut due to larger plans down the road.
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Mark Ruffalo and Leonardo DiCaprio in Shutter Island | Image: Paramount PicturesWhen it comes to the American entertainment industry these days, a popular media presentation is commonly used and recycled in all possible forms to get every last dollar out of it. Show More Summary
Mark Ruffalo is spotted with 'Captain America: Civil War' stars Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie and Daniel Bruhl in Berlin, after hours.
Mark Ruffalo was very recently seen partying with the cast of Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" in Berlin. This may finally answer the "Will He or Won't He?" question surrounding whether or not he'll pop up in the upcoming epic. The actor himself has said that he'd love to and that Robert Downey Jr. Show More Summary
A German newspaper spotted Mark Ruffalo alongside Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie and Daniel Bruhl, further hinting at the Hulk's involvement in the film.
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“They knew, and they let it happen.” Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams and more star in this drama about The Boston Globe‘s investigative journalism team Spotlight and their exposé of a church’s cover up of child abuse.