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Mark Ruffalo

  1. Mark Ruffalo Is Adorable, Wants To Be In Star Wars As Much As The Rest Of Us

    SITH SMASH

    Mark Ruffalo is an excellent human for so many reasons, but topping our list today is the fact that he is just as desperate for a role in the new Star Wars films as, well, pretty much everyone else on the planet. On all the planets.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: The Avengers Are Gathering At SDCC

    You thought I was going to say "assembling," didn't you?

    Bruce Banner himself posted this photo of himself and the Avengers: Age of Ultron cast gettin' it together at San Diego Comic-Con today. This looks like the best hang out. (via Instagram)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Snag Yourself An Exclusive Jurassic World Poster at SDCC

    MIGHTY NEED

    Holy crap, this San Diego Comic-Con exclusive poster by Mark Englert is eleven different kinds of awesome. Apparently if you want to know where to get it this weekend, you have to "Jurassic" to the number 834567.

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  4. Today In Marvel News: A New Writer and Maybe Star For Doctor Strange, and a Standalone Hulk Movie?

    HULK CAST!

    Some hints for the new actor rumored to play Doctor Strange: Like previous rumor subjects Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hardy, he is a white fella. And he's an Oscar winner. No, it's not Alan Arkin. Why did your brain even go there?

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  5. Watch Mark Ruffalo Ride Not One, But Two Unicycles on The Graham Norton Show [VIDEO]

    Almost Totally Excellent

    What's next? Does Chis Hemsworth have a little-known affinity for lion taming? (Probably.) Is Scarlett Johansson an expert juggler? Do Jeremy Renner and Robert Downey Jr. do an amazing high wire act? How about Chris Evans? Aerial silk spinning? Say it's aerial silk spinning. I would give away all my worldly possessions to see that. (via: Pajiba) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Benedict Cumberbatch & Tom Hardy Rumored For Doctor Strange, Channing Tatum Suggests Solo Gambit Film

    hold on to your butts

    Gotta say, those are two names I did not expect to hear. Read on for just how solid this information is, what details Channing Tatum is revealing about his upcoming turn as Gambit, and Mark Ruffalo hinting at more Hulk.

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  7. Star Wars’ Andy Serkis Is Busy Helping Mark Ruffalo Be A Hulk, Mark Hamill Is Just Happy To Be Here

    And I'll Form the Head!

    It may look like Mark Ruffalo is just playing around on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but he's putting in some serious work too! He has the tweets to prove it! Andy Serkis, newly cast in Star Wars: Episode VII, is apparently helping him with his Hulk. Meanwhile, original Star Wars cast member Mark Hamill is really excited about the new space gang. 

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  8. Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr.’s Tweets From the Set of Age of Ultron Give Me Life

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    Just a reminder that, yes, Mark Ruffalo know all about Science Bros. But Ruffalo isn't the only one sending out carefully spoiler-free (lest they be killed) Tweets from the Age of Ultron set. Check out the goods under the jump.

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  9. Mark Ruffalo Knows What Science Bros Is, Ships It

    Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

    I can't imagine that many of our readers aren't familiar with "Science Bros," but just in case, let me recap: It's the pairing, sometimes platonically but often decidedly not, of Bruce Banner and Tony Stark in The Avengers. It's sunshine and rainbows and flowers and science. And now Mark Ruffalo ships it.

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  10. So a Planet Hulk Movie Isn’t Happening, Then?

    Excelsior!

    In a Battle of the Anonymous Sources, Ain't It Cool News is reporting that Latino Review's report from earlier this month that Marvel would be taking a trip to Planet Hulk for their standalone Hulk movie is "1,000% inaccurate." 1000%. No wiggle-room there. So tell us, AICN. Why can't Marvel utilize the Planet Hulk storyline, where the Hulkinator ends up on another planet and takes over?

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