Ruffalo is the third actor to step into Bruce Banner's shredded pants in recent years, following disappointing Hulk outings released in 2003 and 2008 starring Eric Bana and Edward Norton, respectively.
Still, the thirst for a new MCU solo Hulk movie is out there. Can Mark Ruffalo finally get his due?
"I wanna make just one thing perfectly clear today, a standalone Hulk movie will never happen", he replies to a reporter with a smile. Universal owns the rights to Hulk movies and they share him with Marvel for various team-ups like The Avengers.
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Ruffalo, who was joined by Avengers: Infinity War co-star Don Cheadle, said that while the Hulk was an important character to him, there was no way this could happen. He reprised the role again in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and has appeared in cameos in Iron Man 3 and the Team Thor shorts.
Universal Pictures has maintained the rights to the Hulk ever since 2003 film Hulk starring Eric Bana and 2007 movie "The Incredible Hulk" with Edward Norton playing the lead role.
Even if Universal and Marvel Studios could come to an agreement - Sony and Marvel managed to strike a deal and collaborate on the recent Spider-Man: Homecoming, after all - Ruffalo's probably right when he says he only has a pretty small window left where he can still pull off the character.