When discussing his future in the MCU, Mark Ruffalo speculates that a Hulk…

When discussing his future in the MCU, Mark Ruffalo speculates that a Hulk solo film may be in the works

Fans adore the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which has only gotten better over time. The Marvel Universe appears to be altering a lot, though.

Mark Ruffalo has discussed the potential for a brand-new “Hulk” standalone film as well as his future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Fans are ecstatic as “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” is almost ready to premiere on Disney+, a streaming service. In an interview at the Los Angeles grand premiere, Mark said he wasn’t quite ready to leave playing the Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films.

Mark has, however, also stated that he was utterly delighted to transfer the title of Hulk to Tatiana Maslany, who will be portraying the “She-Hulk” in the new series. He named her the best and said he had a terrific time watching her play the part, and he was all praise for her.

In the same interview, Tatiana stated that they both felt as though they were children once more after taking on the roles of the two hulks. After the entire COVID epidemic, Mark concurred and said it had been a good time for them.

When asked what the past ten years had meant to him, Mark responded that it had helped shape his profession and was therefore very significant to him. He expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to work with so many excellent people over the past ten years.

When Tatiana was questioned about if she could envision herself portraying the Hulk in the next ten years, she said that she could. I watched you do it when you were, like, Bruce Banner on the ground and you rose up and were the Hulk.

You performed that transformation in three seconds, not even one second without using your arms, so I hope I have the same dexterity, physical dexterity, as you do in 10 years with this role. Do you realize that it’s possible to stand up without actually standing up?

Mark Ruffalo doesn’t seem to be ready to give up his role as the Hulk that quickly. He appears committed to extending his performance in the role.