Mark Ruffalo on Avengers: Infinity War — 'It feels like a TV show where you shoot an episode very three years'

Mark Ruffalo, who earlier hinted at possible exit from the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Avengers: Infinity War, says the franchise feels like a TV show.

IANS March 15, 2018 12:54:10 IST
Mark Ruffalo on Avengers: Infinity War — 'It feels like a TV show where you shoot an episode very three years'

Los Angeles: Actor Mark Ruffalo, who essays The Incredible Hulk in the Avengers movies, says filming for the project is like shooting a TV show.

Mark Ruffalo on Avengers Infinity War  It feels like a TV show where you shoot an episode very three years

Mark Ruffalo and The Incredible Hulk

Ruffalo, 50, has portrayed Bruce Banner aka The Incredible Hulk in three movies of the franchise till now, including the two Avengers movies and Thor: Ragnarok.

He is set to reprise his role in Avengers: Infinity War and says he has had "a lot of say" in his character's progression, reports aceshowbiz.com.

In an interview with Collider magazine, Ruffalo said, "Oddly enough, I joke with people that this is like doing a TV show where you shoot one episode every three years. There's a continuity to it and when we talked about it with Marvel and Kevin Feige we really do talk about it as the character's progression. I've been able to have a lot of say in where it goes, and you're also dealing with a new script and a new world but the characters feel like they're making a journey. And it does feel like one goes to the next and goes to the next. It feels like a long serial which is nice, I think."

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