She-Hulk: The Attorney General had a ton of MCU Easter eggs, but there was one memorable meta-reference to the post-Incredible Hulk 2008 reimagining of Bruce Banner that raised a few eyebrows. In She-Hulk Part 2, Mark Ruffalo’s intelligent Hulk tells Jen that he is “a completely different person now” when asked if he would take on Emil Blonsky’s case, a direct reference to Edward Norton’s Hulk tenure in the MCU . Ungrateful. Tim Roth expressed his delight at working with the new Hulk actor and previously praised Ruffalo. The pair also had a good on-set dynamic as they “twisted, turned and took off”. Ruth, who plays an unpleasant role in MCU, can sit with the Hollywood reporter and become a smart brand Ruffalo in Shecale: a lawyer.
As the great abhorrence of the Billy Ruth related to Bruce Banner Edward Norton since 2008, he was asked if he was not because of the association, he replied that he was not because he was not – never thought: “No, I never thought deeply. I remember they changed the actor and I remember liking what Mark [Ruffalo] did. As an actor, I was a fan of Mark. He’s an incredible man and an incredible actor.” Roth later filmed a scene with Hulk Ruffalo and described the scene where Abomination and the Avenger were “confused”.
“I always wanted to work with him, and it was kind of fun. But we screwed up [the remake]. I don’t know if it became [the female Hulk], but when I looked at him at the photo shoot, I was like, “You’ve gained weight.” There’s something about you…” That was it. We were confused, we were encouraged to improve and play. So we [our reconstruction. ”
In a previous interview, Roth Ruffolo was proud to help him make his way to turn Maro, “Oh, how you do it! With a sense of humor.”
Speaking to weekly entertainment, Roth was assured that he shot a scene that eventually confessed to Norton to Palonsky, saying Bruce Banner was very different. However, the actor did not know if he filmed the final episodes:
“It was amazing. I don’t know if it’s in [the episode] or not, but it’s a little disconcerting when you see it. We talked about it a lot during filming, but I don’t know if anything came of it. “You’re really gaining weight,” that kind of thing. It’s a lot of fun. But look, I worked with two great actors, and that’s the thing. Ed is great and Mark Ruffalo, I’ve always wanted to work with Mark Ruffalo and I got to do it. It’s almost a bonus. I’ll cut.”
It’s unclear how the team of Roth Abomination and Mark Ruffalo’s intelligent Hulk will reunite in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law , but the actor’s comments indicate that it could be a fun moment for the series. However, returning to a disgusting good side can be time and hatred to decide to intermingle smart shame. As a result, the Harlem incident may be on a Disney+series -card. However, with She-Hulk being a legitimate comic book, it is expected that scenes with the Hulk and Abomination will still have a sense of humor, especially after Roth revealed that his character made hilarious references to the strange appearance of the Avenger.
The return of Hulk later in the series was already spoiled by a behind-the-scenes photo that further confirmed his conflict with the Abomination. While it is still unknown why the Hulk has returned, the Avenger teams up with Jennifer Walters against the combined forces of Titania and Abomination, setting up an epic finale for the Hulk.
The first three episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are currently streaming on Disney+.