Mark Ruffalo loves to talk about Thor: Ragnarok.
He’utes previously called it the “buddy picture” between his / her character, Bruce Banner, and Chris Hemsworth’s Thor. And he’s also previously said in the wake up of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Banner is definitely “removing himself through humanity altogether” to keep modern society safe from the Hulk. At this point he’s chatting the movie up again, this time with the folks from Empire, where he type of expounds on the whole “buddy picture” concept by getting even more precise about the film’s overall look and feeling:
“There’s a little bit of Midnight Run, together with [Charles] Grodin and [Robert] De Niro. I’m like that’s sort of where we’re likely with this relationship amongst Thor and Banner.”
Ruffalo likewise called Thor 3 a “universal road motion picture,” but also teased “It’utes not where you’d think it will be, consequently it’s not your own classic road flick but it has in which structure, I think.” 1 imagines, then, that will Hulk, having extricated himself through humanity, may gone so far as to head into outer space, a l . a . the “Planet Hulk” article. Which would be thus cool to see onscreen.
Either way, Midnight Run is one of the greatest buddy shows of all time, and in the brief (BUT Remarkable) interactions between Hulk and also Thor in the first two Avengers, the oil-and-water chemistry is perfect for a difficult road (or living space) trip. Once again, Marvel’utes doing things clever by making each of their movies a bit different from the rest. They’ve done conspiracy theory thrillers and heist movies and also giant action glasses; a buddy action humorous would be another awesome weapon in their collection. (It would also spice up the Thor series, which is simply the studio’s lowest.) Thor: Ragnarok, directed by Taika Waititi, starts up in theaters in November 3, 2017.