Marvel has posted a new interview with Mark Ruffalo, and if you're looking forward to next summer's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' I think you'll dig it.
The interview was conducted this summer on the 'Age of Ultron' set, but it landed online 10-30-14.
Ruffalo reveals quite a bit about his character, Bruce Banner, and how he's coming to terms with being an Avenger.
It sounds like Ruffalo and writer/director Joss Whedon have put a huge amount of thought into Banner's mindset for the upcoming movie.
Here's a snippet from the interview -
"I think he’s trying to become a part of the group more," Ruffalo explains. "I don’t think he’s ever felt like part of a family, or part of anything. He’s always sort of been this outsider, or on the run, or, you know, trying to shun humanity. [laughs]"
Ruffalo continues, "But now I feel like he has the idea that maybe he is a part of something and feels more comfortable. He has a fantasy that he could actually be a part of something. I still think it’s a struggle for him and I never think that he quite has it under control. But I think in this version, he’s as close to having a normal life as he possibly could, which might include…some romance. Is that ever possible for Banner is really the question." - Mark Ruffalo
Thanks to marvel.com.