"I just want to make one thing perfectly clear today: a standalone Hulk movie will never happen. A standalone Hulk movie will never happen".
Check out the short interview and judge for yourself how serious the actor is being. You can check out Cheadle's teasing and Ruffalo's explanation regarding the sometimes frustrating rights situation in the video above.
Ever since he took over the role in 2010, ahead of The Avengers, Ruffalo has been very vocal about his desire to make a solo Hulk film, of course, he's also been very honest regarding the rights issues and how they've made it hard for Marvel Studios to release a sequel to 2008's The Incredible Hulk. Sadly, it doesn't sound like we'll ever see another solo Hulk movie where we can focus exclusively on him. "But we have worked a really interesting arc into Thor 3, Avengers 3 and 4 for Banner that I think will - when it's all added up - will feel like a Hulk movie, a standalone movie".More news: Images show 'first evidence' of lioness nursing leopard cub
"Avengers: Infinity Wars" will hit theaters May 4, 2018. Ruffalo addressed the subject after the extended trailer reel for Avengers: Infinity War debuted at this weekend's D23 Expo 2017 in Anaheim, California. If anything, his words during the Marvel panel at D23 will serve to only sour the relationship between Marvel Studios and Universal. The deal that Sony and Marvel made over Spider-Man: Homecoming seems like more of a fluke now than a trend.
"And with you as the new Hulk, it would be bad", his Avengers co-star Don Cheadle joked.
"You're too old now", Don Cheadle shot back.