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There have been conflicting reports for months about whether fans will see Mark Ruffalo reprise Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk, for Captain America: Civil War, but now new information has leaked that may lend credence to an appearance.
Using what they call Sentiment Analysis, they looked at the content of the Tweets to determine if heroes were liked or loathed. For example, the data showed that not a lot of people Tweeted about Quicksilver from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. But those who DID Tweet about him said nice things!
According to some critics, Ant-Man exposed the chink in Marvelís billion-dollar chain. For George R.R. Martin, itís glaring. As a self-proclaimed longtime Marvel fan, there were a couple aspects of the film that disappointed him, but his biggest gripe seemed to be with the villain.
McAfee has released this yearís list of Most Toxic Superheroes, i.e. the heroes that are likely to give your computer a virus when searching for them. Check out who all earned this less-than-stellar honor.
Mark Ruffalo told reporters a couple months ago that the studio didn't actually have the full rights to the Hulk character, calling him "Universal's property," and that's what was preventing the company from creating a new project. As it turns out, Ruffalo was mistaken.
Ruffalo mentioned last week that Robert Downey Jr. had suggested heíd be in the movie, and while we were wondering whether this was Ruffaloís Avengers: Age of Ultron co-star having a little fun with him, now it sounds like the Iron Man actor actually did tell Ruffalo that he has a part to play in the Marvel movie.
If Superman and The Hulk, two of the strongest superheroes of all time, were to battle, who would be the victor? That was the question comedian Jon Stewart asked actor Mark Ruffalo on The Daily Show.
One of the notable absentees from the Captain America: Civil War cast list is Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk. However, Robert Downey Jr. seems to think that Tony Starkís fellow science bro will make an appearance.
While Marvel Studios seems a tad bit unclear on the subject of what to do next with Hulk, fans have spent years clamoring for a live-action adaptation of the popular arc known as Planet Hulk. But what would this movie look like? Thanks to a brand new fan trailer, we have a nice little idea.
Although Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk, hasnít been announced to appear in Captain America: Civil War, Marvel may have something in the works for the Green Goliath in the upcoming superhero conflict after all.
As you can imagine, a movie with orcs, mages, elves and all other manner of fantastical creatures running around requires masters of the visual effects craft. That's where Warcraft takes a nod from Hulk in the Avengers movies, with the help of ILM.
Fancy seeing even more of The Hulk vs Iron Man's Hulkbuster suit from Avengers: Age Of Ultron? Of course you do.
Again, right now, itís all speculation. But itís fun speculation, egged on by a calculated Tweet dropped by Mark Ruffalo, who HAS to know that he canít innocently Tweet Marvel stuff without whipping comic-book-movie fans into a frenzy.
A lot went down in Avenger: Age of Ultron, and if you weren't already versed in Marvel Cinematic Universe lingo, then it could've been difficult to follow. Here's our recap of happened to each of the Marvel heroes and where they're likely to go post-Ultron.
The cast of Captain America: Civil War has been announced, and while the movie is filled with a lot of familiar faces, Hulk is nowhere to be seen. This begs the question: what does Hulk being left out mean for his future in the MCU?
Director Joss Whedon has revealed that he had a different a very plan for how to leave Hulk at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
We gathered five comic-book heavyweights from the CinemaBlend staff and asked them 6 probing Marvel questions.
Much like Hawkeye, Black Widow has never really received the attention she deserves. Joss Whedon stepped up her game in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but fans are still decrying her portrayal as misogynistic and underwhelming. Fortunately, both Widow and Whedon have Hulk himself to stand up to the harsher critics.
Originally, the Hulk was supposed to turn grey in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But ultimately the visual effects team decided to appease the people, and keep him green.
Joss Whedon cut one of the Hulk's best scenes out of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but don't worry, he set it aside so Marvel can use it down the line.