Mark Ruffalo Reveals Whether or Not We'll Get A Solo HULK Movie

Thor Ragnarok

"I want to make one thing perfectly clear today", Ruffalo said.

Universal owned the rights to The Hulk in a licensing agreement with Marvel that predated Marvel making their own production company to make their own movies.

Check out the short interview and judge for yourself how serious the actor is being.

One of the most popular sayings, when someone is talking about joining a movie franchise, returning to a movie role, or making a movie that seems unlikely, is to say, "never say never".

It looks like a combination of licensing snags and the ravishes of time are going to permanently kibosh any chance we have of seeing a Mark Ruffalo Hulk movie. "And, they don't want to make money", Ruffalo said.

Fellow Marvel actor Don Cheadle, who plays James Rhodes/War Machine/Iron Patriot in Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Captain America: Civil War, stood beside Ruffalo and helped cushion the blow of his statements. He will make a full appearance in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War.

Universal Pictures has maintained the rights to the Hulk ever since 2003 film Hulk starring Eric Bana and 2007 movie "The Incredible Hulk" with Edward Norton playing the lead role. But I feel like I have two or three years before I'm too old to play the Hulk."We've talked about it and I just don't see it in the cards".

"And with you as the new Hulk, it would be awful", quipped Cheadle.

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