The Wall Street Journal caught up with Mark Ruffalo and he had some interesting things to say about the upcoming film.
“You have all these disparate egos, superheroes in this and that, and they refuse to give up some of their positions in order to make a more perfect union and to join the team,” Ruffalo says.
“That’s really what the whole movie is about: subjugating your own best interest momentarily to further that of the whole,” he says.
Pretty deep analysis for a superhero movie, especially one that’s not a Christopher Nolan film. It does get me excited though. He went on to say that;
“These movies reach a lot of people, they’re our modern mythology,” Ruffalo says. He followed comic book superheroes as a kid. “I think a lot of the beliefs I have and cherish were fostered by the decency of our superheroes, and what they were about and what they were fighting for.”
Ruffalo’s casting as Bruce Banner was one of my favorite additions to this movie, so it’s great to see that he’s embraced the material. It seems that everybody who takes on the Hulk role tends to get pretty into it. I can’t wait to see how his story plays out in the film since we haven’t seen much in the little bit of footage that’s been released.
Source: The Wall Street Journal