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The 'Begin Again' actor suggests that Hulk will be featured in the third 'Captain America' movie along with Marvel's other superheroes.
Ruffalo, who plays Hulk in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', speaks up to defend the director amidst the issue of backlash from feminists after the removal of his Twitter account.
The Hulk depicter notices the lack of the Avengers merchandise for girls and decides to draw Marvel's attention to the glitch.
ScarJo is joined by Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Aaron Johson, Elizabeth Olsen, and Joss Whedon.
Ruffalo is seen taking care of his two young daughters after his on-screen wife Zoe Saldana leaves the house for school in New York.
In a new interview with Empire, the Bruce Banner depicter also teases the rogue Hulk in the upcoming 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
The full winners list also includes 'Downton Abbey' and 'Orange Is the New Black', the latter of which takes home two prizes.
'Spotlight' refers to the team of Boston Globe reporters who exposed decades-long sexual abuse of minors by Catholic priests.
The 'Begin Again' actor says the next Hulk film should give depth to Bruce Banner instead of focusing on the green monster's adventure in space.
Ruffalo, who appears on 'Watch What Happens Live' to promote 'Begin Again', says he and his '13 Going on 30' co-star were close, 'but then Ben came on the scene.'
Ruffalo plays an HIV/AIDS activist in the Ryan Murphy-directed TV movie, joined by Julia Roberts who stars as a physician who treats several of the earliest victims in the 1980s.
The Bennett Miller-directed movie, based on true story of Mark and Dave Schultz, also stars Steve Carell as a paranoid schizophrenic man.
The drama comedy from director Stuart Blumberg also stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Pink, and is set for a September 20 wide release.
Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and Chris Evans are all set to present the golden statuettes to the winners of the 85th Academy Awards.
Packed with beautiful shots of natural landscapes, the trailer highlights the famed Beat poet's mental and physical deterioration during his move from New York to Northern California.