Mark Ruffalo used his early rage to portray The Hulk in the MCU.

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Mark Ruffalo, a veteran of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, drew inspiration from the wrath he felt as a child to help him bring the Hulk to life on the big screen. During a panel at Emerald City Comic-Con 2023, Ruffalo talked about how his youthful rage influenced his depiction of Bruce Banner’s green-skinned alter persona. Portions of that discussion have suddenly reappeared online. “I think we can all agree that young children can relate to the Hulk because they are constantly being told to “Don’t! Stop! Hold it! Avoid doing it! You’ll do damage! You have lost control. That was the majority of my adolescence and my whole upbringing, he claimed. “Despite how kind I may appear, my kids would undoubtedly tell you that I have anger issues. I’ve always been able to connect to that, especially when I was younger.

“I mean, I’m getting older and mellower,” Ruffalo said. “But as a young actor, I had posters in the most unlikely places in my flat, because there were holes in the wall from coffee mugs and fists from repeatedly being rejected and just wanting to vent that fury, which resulted in rage being expressed via the usage of those objects. I can so connect to that. Edward Norton, who played the Hulk in The Incredible Hulk, was replaced by Mark Ruffalo in the 2012 film The Avengers. While confirming that there was no animosity between him and Norton over the recasting, he described this changeover as “awkward” on the ECCC panel. Ruffalo continued to portray the Hulk in films like Iron Man 3, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, Captain Marvel, Avengers: Endgame, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings after The Avengers was released. Additionally, he has acted in the MCU’s two television series, What If…? and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. In an August 2022 interview, the actor recognised the duration of his involvement with the MCU and said that he is “always surprised that I’m still here.” Ruffalo continued, “I’m happy to continue appearing in MCU productions for as long as fans want me to,” even if I’m not sure when Marvel Studios will replace me as the Hulk. Even the future direction of the Hulk’s narrative is in his mind. Ruffalo has indicated interest in seeing the “World War Hulk” comic book tale turned into a motion picture, saying Marvel Studios simply needs to utter the word and he’ll sign on. I’m available whenever they want to do it, Ruffalo remarked.

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