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9 things you probably didn't know about Chris Hemsworth Business Insider India
Posted on 11 August 2020 | 9:15 am
Mark Ruffalo Wishes Fellow Avenger Chris
Mark Ruffalo Wishes Fellow Avenger Chris Hemsworth a Happy Birthday with Behind-the-Scenes Photos PEOPLEMark Ruffalo Celebrates Chris Hemsworth's Birthday with Throwback Thor Photos MovieWebMark Ruffalo Celebrates Chris Hemsworth's Birthday With Cute Photos GameRantMark Ruffalo Wishes Chris Hemsworth Happy Birthday With New Endgame Images Screen RantMark Ruffalo Wishes Chris Hemsworth A Happy Birthday With Delightful Avengers: Endgame Set Photos CinemaBlendView Full Coverage on Google News
Posted on 11 August 2020 | 9:13 am
Reese Witherspoon Creates Meme About 2020
Reese Witherspoon Creates Meme About 2020 Using Her Film Roles My Modern Met
Posted on 11 August 2020 | 6:28 am
Nicole Kidman, Charlie Kaufman projects,
Nicole Kidman, Charlie Kaufman projects, filmed locally, set for premieres on HBO, Netflix Poughkeepsie Journal
Posted on 10 August 2020 | 1:28 pm
Mark Ruffalo relives his greatest Marvel
Mark Ruffalo relives his greatest Marvel goof-up, says ‘If I haven’t been kicked out by now, no one... Hindustan Times
Posted on 8 August 2020 | 3:02 am
Resolved Question: Why the @#$! is Mark
Posted on 13 July 2016 | 7:25 pm
Resolved Question: Comic book fans, should
In my honest opinion, I think both actors were great. Despite being the same banner in the same universe, they portrayed him when he was in two different parts of his life. Edward Norton portrayed the Banner that hadn't accepted the monster inside him until the very end and hated the hulk so much he tried to kill himself in the deleted scene which was referenced in the avengers. That's where ruffalo took over with his confident bruce banner. Norton's hulk had many great moments such as the thunderclap, his famous catchphrase 'HULK SMASH!', using a police car as boxing gloves and hitting the ground to stun his enemy. The same goes for ruffalo's hulk who was amazing with his leaps. I don't care if Norton is hard to work with. I don't want to be his best friend, I just wan't to see his films. I think they are both great as Bruce Banner. Norton was more of the 616 Bruce while Ruffalo was more like Bixby. (Not like it's a bad thing) ten points for best answer!
Posted on 19 January 2013 | 2:30 am
Resolved Question: Why do people keep
I'm tired of it. To me, both of them were great. Even though they were playing the same character in the same universe, Bruce Banner was in a different place in his life when it comes to The Incredible Hulk (2008) and The Avengers. I consider both of them the perfect evolution of Bruce Banner. By the end of the incredible hulk movie, Bruce feels even the hulk can be used for good and at the end of the film, we see him intentionally bringing out the hulk. I believe this is were mark ruffalo took over. Edward norton's hulk had alot going for him. Ex. Thunderclap, hulk's catchphrase "HULK SMASH", using a police car as boxing gloves. The same went for Ruffalo's hulk. he had the amazing leaps into the sky. Why compare? Both are great actors in my opinion. I really don't care if Norton is hard to work with, I don't want to be his best friend, i want to watch his films. Ten points for best answer!
Posted on 18 January 2013 | 11:35 pm
Resolved Question: Who was a better Hulk,
While I think Mark Ruffalo did a great job I think Edward Norton was the best. I think a lot of praise for Mark Ruffalo comes from the hype of the Avengers movie. My question is, could Mark Ruffalo do well in a stand alone Hulk film? I dont think so. I think its easy to shine with that type of supporting cast, however i dont think he could do the lonely Bruce Banner as well as Norton.
Posted on 24 July 2012 | 11:38 am
Resolved Question: Who did you think was a
Almost every movie critic has said that Mark Ruffalo gave a better performance in "The Avengers" than Edward Norton in "The Incredible Hulk". I'm not so sure. I feel like it was apples and oranges. Edward Norton's Bruce Banner was more of a brooding, intense loner who was obsessed with curing himself. Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner was more timid, but altrustic and had a self-deprecating humor about his situation; which made him more charming and sympathetic in some respects. Do people who have seen both movies have a general preference? Also I have not seen "Hulk" with Eric Bana so I can't judge.
Posted on 18 May 2012 | 4:12 pm