Marvel Star Mark Ruffalo Criticizes Star Wars For Lack Of Variety

Mark Ruffalo seems like a pretty cool dude. Someone I’d like to have a beer with. In fact, he seems like the kind of pretty cool guy who, after said beer, would get a little fiery. Say that thing he always wanted to say, but really shouldn’t say.

I’m pleased to report that Ruffalo – already in his 10th (!) year playing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Hulk – said what he probably shouldn’t say. It’s funny. And you don’t need beer. In an interview with Metro.co.uk, the actor, who’s starred in around 22 superhero movies, was asked if there’s too much Marvel content in the wild. (There certainly are.) “It’s not something that worries me,” Ruffalo said. “I understand that these things take their course and then something else happens. But what Marvel has done well is that inside the MCU, just like they do with the comics, they let a director or an actor sort of recreate each piece in their own style, in their own way. resemblance. Marvel usually lets them bring that to the material.

A very wise answer! Bravo, Mark Ruffa, wait. He continued. “If you look at a star wars [show or movie] you will get roughly the same version of star wars every time. Maybe there’s a little humor there. It might have a little different animation. But you’re still, really, in that same kind of world. But with Marvel, you can feel a whole different feeling even within the Marvel Universe.

I hate to tell you, Mr. Ruffalo, but Marvel has a bit of a house style too. Which isn’t a bad thing, of course. When you show up to an MCU jam, you can expect a certain mix of action and comedy, but usually with a different bias each time. (Court drama! Cold War thriller!) star wars is struggling these days, sure, but let’s raise our comrades under the Disney umbrella, yeah?

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