The Bruce Banner depicter calls out Universal who has the rights to the movie, saying that the studio doesn't want to make money.
Mark Ruffalo didn't think Hulk would get a solo movie anytime soon. The 49-year-old actor was asked question about any possible Bruce Banner stand-alone film during Disney's D23 Expo over the weekend in Anaheim, California and he dissed Universal in the process.
"I wanna make just one thing perfectly clear today, a standalone Hulk movie will never happen," He said. "Universal has the rights, and for some reason, they don't know how to play well with Marvel. And they don't want to make money." However, Marvel's boss Kevin Feige hadn't given up hope to give the green monster his own adventure as he said, "Never say never."
Before joining The Avengers, Hulk was brought to life in a 2003 movie with Eric Bana on the lead role. A reboot called "The Incredible Hulk" starring Edward Norton was later released in 2008. The character will next appear in "Thor: Ragnarok" due November 3 and "Avengers: Infinity War" due May 4, 2018.