Want to know if Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo would survive the snap? Well, you're in luck!Read More
He can't even protect fake spoilers.
Is it surprising that Mark Ruffalo is spoiling things for Avengers: Endgame?Read More
Plus Queer Eye, quokkas, and bees!
Mark Ruffalo is good at many things, like acting, charity work, and being handsome.Read More
Do it for Mark Ruffalo, the best of us all.
You know, as 2018 winds to a close, I only trust like four white men, and Mark Ruffalo is at the top of the list. Concerned about our environment, working towards making young people in the world get out and vote, encouraging his fans to give back—all of it makes him one of the great […]Read More
OF COURSE the Avengers love awkward teen Mark Ruffalo.
Want some wholesome Avengers content to make your day brighter? Look no further than the Twitter accounts of Mark Ruffalo, Paul Bettany, and Chris Evans! The Avengers: Infinity War stars all decided to give each other a bit of light ribbing while also being exceptionally sweet about each other's awkward years—which means that we're all crying over how cute it is.Read More
The stars of Marvel's Avengers 4 are headed back to the set for reshoots this fall, and according to Dr. Bruce Banner, the story can shift from day to day.Read More
Bruce Banner strikes again!
Last year, press outlets went wild when Mark Ruffalo apparently spoiled the ending of Avengers: Infinity War and Don Cheadle teased him for it during an appearance on Good Morning America. Everyone thought him saying "everyone dies" was a joke, but once the film actually came out it clearly was notRead More
About That Time Mark Ruffalo Spoiled the Ending of Infinity War & Everyone Just Thought He Was Kidding
"That's my secret, Cap. I'm always spoiling."
Marvel is notoriously secretive with basically every element of every movie ahead of its release. How weird, then, that Mark Ruffalo just blurted out the ending of Avengers: Infinity War during an interview with Good Morning America all the way back in July of last year.Read More
You can finally watch Thor: Ragnarok in the comfort of your own home, and the digital edition comes chockful of bloopers, shorts, and deleted scenes—including one with ... Yondu?Read More
In which Thor gets family advice from Bruce Banner, the Grandmaster gets intimate with some tentacles, Bruce has a very strange bowl of soup, and Valkyrie continues to win everything.Read More
It's been a while since a video on the Internet made me laugh out loud and a lot, but this is "Thor 4D" is freaking incredible. Gaze in delight as the main cast of Thor: Ragnarok puts on a live performance of the movie that's a little bit Broadway and a lot like your middle school play. Starring movie stars.Read More
Scarlett Johansson Assembles the Avengers (and Other Celebrity Friends) to Benefit Puerto Rico Disaster Relief
Imagine Captain America as the narrator of Our Town. It's kinda perfect, right? Well, I don't know if that's the role Chris Evans will be reading, but what I do know is that Scarlett Johansson is gathering her Avengers buddies, as well as some other celebrity friends, for a staged reading of Our Town, which will benefit Puerto Rico's disaster relief effort.Read More
Is Mark Ruffalo Messing With Us or Did He Just Reveal the Most Massive Avengers: Infinity War Spoiler?
Mark Ruffalo and Don Cheadle were chatting with Good Morning America when Ruffalo let slip some Avengers: Infinity War info that made my jaw drop.Read More
Joss Whedon quit Twitter a year ago, and no one knows why. Now he's back, and he's got a reason for his return: he wants to tell us to vote against Trump. And also, Mark Ruffalo will do a nude scene in his next movie if we all comply.Read More
Mark Ruffalo, who served as an executive producer on Anything, addressed their and everyone's concerns over yet another case in which a cis male is cast to play a trans woman.Read More
Jamie Clayton, Jen Richards Call Out Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo for Casting Cis Male to Play Trans Woman in Anything
Jamie Clayton and Jen Richards have called out Matt Bomer and Mark Ruffalo for casting a cis male to play a trans woman character in Anything.Read More
And a slightly new look for Thor.
It doesn't even feel like much time has passed since we first learned that Mark Ruffalo's Hulk would be appearing in Thor: Ragnarok--but Ruffalo has already wrapped filming.Read More
As part of Tribeca Film Festival's Talk series, Joss Whedon and Mark Ruffalo spoke last night in New York about Whedon's future with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and their experiences working on Avengers: Age of Ultron. Whedon also dropped some exciting details about a new project of his, and, because he's a human in the year 2016, gushed about his enduring love for Hamilton.Read More
Nothing to smash here. Move along.
Captain America: Civil War's Falcon, Anthony Mackie, seemingly slipped in a recent interview and mentioned Mark Ruffalo among the movie's cast, and we've heard rumors that the Punisher will get his own spinoff after he appears on Daredevil next month. Sadly, neither of those things appear to be true.Read More
In an interview with BBC Radio 1, Anthony Mackie was talking about the extremely bloated roster of superheroes slated to appear in Captain America: Civil War. Among the list of names he offhandedly mentions is one that isn't exactly confirmed yet: Mark Ruffalo.Read More