Mark Ruffalo Comments on She/Hulk Poking Fun at Hulk Recast
It was a development that has become a giant elephant in the room of the MCU since the characters return to the universe way back in 2008, and with it finally being addressed in the most recent episode of Marvel’s newest series, Mark Ruffalo comments on She/ Hulk poking fun at Hulk recast.
The most recent Marvel Cinematic Universe series has been highly anticipated by Marvel fans for some time, as it was set to introduce one of the most interesting heroes that Marvel has ever constructed to the page, and now to the screen.
Not only a hero who is balancing the requirements of the lawyer profession that she has so heavily invested in but also the burden of the superpowers that she had inadvertently received; combined with the character’s fourth-wall-breaking ability that makes her incredibly unique
It is that ability, and the character’s natural comedic tone, that has made her able to hilariously assess the MCU in ways that no one else had previously been able to, which starts with the addressing of the massive elephant that has been in the room with the MCU for over a decade.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Mark Ruffalo commented on She/ Hulk poking fun at the Hulk recast and his perceptions of these beloved characters.
Ruffalo stated, “I think it’s really funny It’s just the reality that we all are often dancing around, but it’s true. I actually joked with Ed about this. I was like, ‘It’s like our generation’s Hamlet. Everyone’s going to get a shot at it.'”
The MCU veteran added, “And there’ll probably be another couple before it’s all over. People will be like, ‘Remember when the Hulk used to look like Mark Ruffalo? Now it looks like Timothee Chalamet. The cool thing about this world is that it could just be anything.”
“Five years from now it could totally morph into anything, whatever pertinent at the time.” the actor continued, ” I almost see him going back to ‘Berserker Hulk’ or ‘World War Hulk.'”
Ruffalo concluded, ” It could go anywhere. That’s the exciting part- I’ve played five different versions from beginning to now, and that’s kept it interesting for me and I hope interesting for other people.”