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  • Following IGN, /Film has posted their interview made at the roundtable back in June. This one also contain an audio file (listen it below, thanks to Collider). Once again, some teasing about Age of Ultron, so read at your own risk.

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    Question: So you got the script and you were noticing that the beginning has you in relationship with Scarlet’s character Black Widow. Were you like this is gonna’ be a very tough job.
    Mark Ruffalo: Uh we don’t have a relation– What kind of relationship?

    Question: We heard that maybe there was a closer relationship between the characters?
    Mark Rufallo: (looks over to the Marvel staff sitting in on the interview) Did you tell him that? Oh yeah I’ll play along. Yeah, yeah. There’s a really important relationship between…. Um I was just happy that I was in the movie at all and any scenes that I got to be with her were a big bonus.

    Question: It seems like the response to the Avengers, the way the Hulk was handled and the way that Bruce was handled, it feels like Marvel finally figured how that character—and you guys were finally able to make the definitive Hulk. This time around what is the balance between Banner and Hulk?
    Mark Ruffalo: There’s more of him and I think Banner and Hulk have come to a detaunt. [LAUGHS] We left the last time with this idea that you know I’m always angry and, and therefore I have some control over it. But when you think you have control over [anger], you absolutely don’t. And so there’s still wrangling going on in there, there is a confrontation [LAUGHS] brewing between the Hulk consciousness and the Banner consciousness thatnI think we’re starting to head into right now.

    Read more at slashfilm.com

  • Author: Luciana
  • October 28, 2014
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