Mark Ruffalo began to play the Hulk in the Movie Universe of Marvel since 2012 with “The Avengers”, but recently revealed that he was concerned that he did not have experience to work with the technology of movement required for her character.
“I tried to convince them that I do not choose,” told the actor in an interview to Variety, referring to the star of Whedon and the Avengers Robert Downey Jr. “I said, ‘I don’t know if I’m the right type, I’ve never done something like that. I was scared. I was very scared. I still have fear. The technological aspect makes it really difficult to work that way. I struggle with that all the time.”
However, and despite the technical drawbacks, Mark Ruffalo said that his “motto is to make fear to be your friend. Still empujándote to those places where you feel frightened or challenged”.
With the movies the Avengers seemingly concluded with “Endgame”, 2019, Ruffalo added that there is a discussion in the MCU on a cameo of the Hulk in the show of Disney+ “She-Hulk”: “If we can think of something good, that would be really interesting. At this time this is all over. That is all there is on the table”.