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.
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.
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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