COMIC-CON 2010: Mark Ruffalo on Hulk

July 25, 2010 | 2:55 a.m.



Mark Ruffaloleads Marvel‘s latest green movement by taking on the role of Bruce Banner and the Hulk for “The Avengers.”

Backstage, before making his public debut in the role, Ruffalo seemed dazed and enthused. “It’s like ‘Hamlet’ or ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ a new actor gets a crack at it every year,” Ruffalo said with a chuckle. “But really it’s all heady stuff. It’s exciting to be here. It’s great to be a part of all this.”

Look for more coverage from the Marvel panel and Hall H later tonight.

— Geoff Boucher

Photo: Mark Ruffalo arrives at “The Kids Are All Right” premiere in New York on June 30, 2010. Credit: Lily Bowers / Reuters.




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