AceShowbiz - Now that Tom Holland has taken a break from social media, fans can count on Mark Ruffalo to get juicy tidbits about the next Marvel projects. The actor has possibly dropped a major spoiler about the new Avengers line-up.
During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter at the Los Angeles premiere of Disney+'s new series "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law", Ruffalo and Tatiana Maslany had some friendly banter about who is the central Hulk as Ruffalo has played the Hulk for a decade now. When the actress asked, "Give me one year" to claim the title, he agreed, "All right, you can have a year."
Ruffalo quickly added, "No, she's in now, there's not going to be another Avengers without her." That seemed a surprise to Maslany, who inquired, "What?" The "Dark Waters" star then confirmed, "That's what I'm hearing."
When talking about who is the superior Hulk, Ruffalo teased, "It's kind of a toss-up a little bit - maybe him a little bit more." Maslany disagreed as saying, "And maybe her a little more - sometimes it's more her, mostly," noting that She-Hulk is indeed the focus of this project.
"There's a bias, there's a slight bias. 'Remember whose show this is' - she says [that] in the show," the "Orphan Black" alum continued, noting her character frequently breaks the fourth wall and acknowledges she is on TV. "I added that line because people were too interested in Mark and I was, 'No, we need to steer it back.' "
During the interview, Maslany also revealed her reaction when she saw herself in CGI She-Hulk form for the first time. "I couldn't believe it. I saw an early rendering of She-Hulk about a month into us filming, and I couldn't believe that I could see her breathing and thinking," she recalled. "I just believed it and was so grateful that the artists were so incredibly nuanced in their work. I felt like everything I did was there, which was exciting."
"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" premieres Thursday, August 18 on Disney+. As for the "Avengers" film franchise, Kevin Feige announced at the San Diego Comic-Con in July that there will be at least two new installments, with "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" director Destin Daniel Cretton being tapped to helm "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty".