Published On: Sun, Feb 27th, 2011

‘Avengers’ news: Mark Ruffalo Hulk to be like ‘Avatar’, Hulk sequel, SHIELD Hellicarrier art

Mark Ruffalo discussed the version of Hulk for “The Avengers” while answering questions on the red carpet at the International Spirit Awards.

MTV writes: “The Avengers” will diverge from previous versions of the character and feature its own re-designed rendering of the green behemoth to more accurately reflect the new actor playing him.”

world-war-hulk-movie“All the features are mine, just really big. I got to see the maquette of the Hulk yesterday in full scope, and it’s awesome.” – Ruffalo

“I’ll be playing it. I’m the first actor to actually do it in motion capture as the Hulk,” he said.

The technology used on “Avatar” is going to be used on Ruffalo to as he wears performance capture CGI equipment.

“It’s cool. It’s gonna be great,” he enthused. “The script is a nice combination of funny with pathos.”

Mark Ruffalo – another Hulk movie? multiple “Avengers” films

“They set up several pictures over a couple of years and possibly there will be a Hulk movie. There’ll probably be a couple more Avengers too, which would be fun.”

“The way I see it, Edward Norton has bequeathed this role to me. I reckon the part is my generation’s Hamlet, and there’s still some room for interpreting who The Hulk is.”

“And the way I look at it, The Hulk, is not going to make or break me, so if it does something good for me, great. Otherwise I’ll plodding along as usual.”

This was from the October 5, 2010 interview in Empire magazine.

SHIELD Hellicarriers

The SHIELD Helicarrier, as designed by George Hull, was supposed to appear in Iron Man 2. Looks like we’re finally going to see it in The Avengers, using these same designs that were drawn up for Iron Man 2. Posted by Slacker and the Man

SHIELD-Hellicarrier-2 SHIELD-Hellicarrier



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