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Mark Ruffalo talks about science bros and solo 'Hulk' movie after 'Avengers 2'

According to Cinema Blend on Tuesday, Mark Ruffalo was promoting his new film "Begin Again" when he was asked about a "Hulk" solo movie. Ruffalo pondered the possibility of such a movie after "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and didn't totally dismiss the idea of a solo film. He also gave some humorous banter in regards to the "science bros" meme that had been going around the internet in regards to "The Avengers" ending where both Bruce Banner and Tony Stark start to pal around together as scientific colleagues.

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' title picture
Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios, used with permission

Already, there had been news revealed on the internet about Banner's possible love interest with the Black Widow, as portrayed by Scarlet Johannson. The only concern here would be the lack of compatibility due to Banner's fear of "hulking out" in the throws of passion with Agent Natasha Romanoff.

Also, Ruffalo mentioned that the Hulk will be more complex in the "Avengers 2" film than he was before and speaks of additional layers that encompass the green beast. Speaking of color, Ruffalo did say previously how amazed he was with the whole recent technology entailing his experience with motion capture and welcomes the idea as he can indeed have fun with the new technology involved in manufacturing the recent special effect of Joss Whedon's creation.

Ruffalo does acknowledge that the crew has been at least considering the idea of a solo "Hulk" movie as prior to that it indeed wasn't even a thought, but more of a "no" answer to that. The actor further clarified that there is nothing at all definite about the decision or even a basic framework of the idea.

In the past actor Lou Ferrigno had mentioned the Hulk as being the "star" of the "Avengers" sequel. Also, other rumors entailed that if there were a solo movie, that it would follow the "Planet Hulk" story line, but was later dismissed. Now knowing that it's on record that Ruffalo stated what he said, some speculation may move forward through out the blog sphere.

"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is scheduled to be released in theaters come May 1, 2015.

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