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Mark Ruffalo: It’s very expensive

Updated on: 23 February,2024 02:31 AM IST  |  Los Angeles
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Mark Ruffalo on The Incredible Hulk sequel

Mark Ruffalo: It’s very expensive

Mark Ruffalo. Pic/AFP

Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo feels that a sequel to his 2008 superhero film The Incredible Hulk may turn out to be “too expensive.”


Ruffalo shared while having a conversation with a magazine that he thought Marvel’s “expansion into streaming was really exciting. But the thing about Marvel movies is, you had to wait three years and that created a mystique.”


Marvel Studios is now reducing the amount of content coming out each year. But it may be too late, Ruffalo admits. He said: “These corrections could be positive things. Will it be what it was? I don’t know.”


The MCU has only had one movie on the character Hulk with The Incredible Hulk, where Edward Norton was seen playing Bruce Banner. However, Ruffalo took over the role in The Avengers franchise. Ruffalo would definitely want a “standalone” story on Hulk. “I’d love to do a standalone Hulk, I just don’t think that’s ever going to happen,” he said.

The cost of creating the CG-created character is very high. He adds, “It’s very expensive if you did a whole movie, which is why they use the Hulk so sparingly. I priced myself out!”

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