This time, Mark Ruffalo is clearly working hard to make sure he doesn’t ruin anything from the new Disney+ series. She-Hulk. We already know that he had a history of not being able to keep Marvel secrets to himself during press tours. He has already hinted that Tatiana Maslany will appear in the next Avengers movie so it doesn’t have a good start
In the video we see Avengers star on the red carpet She-Hulk premiere and interviews with entertainment journalists. The video is overlaid with the song “Lions, Tigers, And Bears” by Jazmine Sullivan. The star says that he is not afraid of lions, tigers and bears, but he is definitely afraid of giving out some more spoilers. Check out Ruffalo’s Instagram video below:
Ruffalo has reason to be nervous. The actor gave out so many spoilers that I think Marvel must be nervous every time he is put in front of a microphone. Not too long ago, Ruffalo stumbled and messed up what happened at the end Avengers: Endgame while promoting the film. It’s shortly after he ruined the ending Avengers: Infinity War in a TV interview with Don Cheadle. Worse, he accidentally started streaming the premiere live Thor: Ragnorock on Instagram, giving an unintentional peek to fans.
Mark Ruffalo isn’t the only Marvel star Disney has to worry about when it comes to spoilers. Tom Holland also seems to have trouble keeping Marvel’s secrets under wraps. Holland is so famous for leaking spoilers that the studio doesn’t give him full scripts. I think you can’t accidentally reveal information that you don’t have.
I hope Ruffalo continues to go above and beyond when it comes to keeping secrets, because a whole catalog of new Marvel films was announced at San Diego Comic-Con this year, including Avengers: Kang Dynasty as well as Avengers: Secret Wars. They will complete Phase 6 of the MCU. Given its appearance in all previous Avengers movies, we’ll probably see more of him promoting Marvel projects in the future. Maybe it would be better if he gets the partial scripts as well.
You can see Mark Ruffalo reprising his role as the Hulk in She-Hulk Attorney at Law. The show follows Jennifer Walters (played by Tatiana Maslany), a lawyer who specializes in superhuman cases. She also, like Bruce Banner, can turn into the Hulk. The show receives positive reviews and releases episodes on a weekly basis.
She-Hulk currently streaming exclusively to Disney+ subscribers. To keep up to date with upcoming Marvel titles slated to release, check out our Marvel Movies Release Schedule. For any information on what’s going to happen in the next Marvel movie, just ask Mark Ruffalo – he might just be able to tell you.