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New York Comic Con is almost over, and the week was filled with reveals, trailers, cosplays, and celebrities promoting their upcoming movies. Jason Momoa was just one of many celebrities who were in town and he was busy promoting the upcoming Aquaman. The film already released a colorful extended trailer, but having the bombastic Momoa on hand is never a bad thing. With so many celebrities in close proximity of each other, there were a few fun meetups, one of which involved a disguised Mark Ruffalo palling around with Momoa. Check it out below.
It isn't uncommon for a celebrity to want to walk around Comic-Con yet not get mobbed by hundreds of people. Usually, these actors walk around with some kind of mask in one of the only places where you can wear a costume to blend in. Mark Ruffalo did this while he was at New York Comic Con, putting on a Grunkle Stan mask (a character from a Disney cartoon called Gravity Falls). It was an effective disguise and Ruffalo decided to drop by to see Jason Momoa whilst wearing it.
The two of them posed for a picture before Momoa directed Ruffalo to take his mask off for the camera. Both of the actors shared the moment on social media (Instagram in Momoa's case), and the two of them looked like they had a blast! The Hulk may want to fight everyone he meets, but Mark Ruffalo is down to hang out and share bro hugs. See the more extensive video with the reveal.
As for their superheroic alter egos, both Aquaman and Hulk will be showing up on the big screen pretty soon. Aquaman is right around the corner and the standalone film will follow Arthur Curry's quest to find his place in two different worlds. James Wan is in the director's chair while Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Nicole Kidman fill out the supporting cast.
Meanwhile, Mark Ruffalo might be gearing up for his final portrayal of the Hulk in the MCU. The Green Goliath is set to play a role in Avengers 4 next year, and the plot is still top secret. Though, it seems like Ruffalo is almost on a mission to spoil it, having apparently dropped spoilers on The Tonight Show of all places. Regardless, reshoots are wrapping up and the film is speeding toward its release date, with a trailer likely not far off the horizon at this point.