Mark Ruffalo slammed for saying MCU gives 'a whole different feeling' in each movie unlike ‘Star Wars’
HOLLYWOOD, LOS ANGELES: All set to make global fans fall in love with his multi-layered performance as Hulk in ‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ on Disney+, Mark Ruffalo in a recent interview defended the Marvel Cinematic Universe and slammed the ‘Star Wars’ franchise.
In a recent Metro interview on August 11, the actor who has been winning the hearts of audiences as Hulk for the past decade spoke up about how he doesn’t think that there are too many Marvel films or series as each film has its own style and flavor but rather took a protective stance by defending MCU.
Opening up on how he doesn’t worry about fact that Marvel has so many films and series coming out each year, Ruffalo said, “It’s not something I worry about. I understand that these things run their course and then something else comes along. But the thing Marvel has done well is that, inside the MCU, just as they do with comic books, they let a director or an actor sort of recreate each piece to their own style, their likeness. Marvel generally lets them bring that to the material.”
But then defending MCU, he compared Marvel with Star Wars and also lashed out on them. He said, “If you watch a Star Wars, you’re pretty much going to get the same version of Star Wars each time. It might have a little bit of humour. It might have a little bit of different animation. But you’re always, really, in that same kind of world. But with Marvel you can have a whole different feeling even within the Marvel Universe.”
This scoop of Mark Ruffalo defending the MCU and slamming Star Wars was posted by IGN.com on their official Twitter handle on August 12.
As soon as this news became public, fans immediately turned to their Twitter handles and actively started sharing their opinions on the same. Many of them being global fans of both the franchises felt angry by his statement and most of them in return bashed the actor for defending Marvel which has no new storylines or freshness according to them.
“The man looking for a fight,” a fan said. “Bruh its literally the opposite tho??” said a fan. “Also a Star Wars fanboy (same as Marvel). But thanks to the sequel trilogy, Mark isn’t necessarily wrong. Both arguments do share some valid criticisms,” a fan shared. “Oh really lmao. The jokes have been the same since iron man. They literally just copy and paste the same format but just a different story,” another fan added. “Star wars and marvel are pretty much shitting out the same thing every other month. Every once in a while there’ll be something interesting but yahh both franchises have felt soulless and stale for a while now. Disney found the magic formula,” noted a fan. “Mark you bugging. I could name 4 different projects off the top of my head: ROTS, Rebels, Bad Batch, Rouge One,” a fan responded.
The man looking for a fight 😂 https://t.co/9g0cZesxCN— The Shazana 💜❤️💙🧡💚💛 (@theshazana) August 13, 2022
Bruh its literally the opposite tho?? https://t.co/oR3gxK0yG8— 8ball (@JIN7100_) August 13, 2022
Also a Star Wars fanboy (same as Marvel). But thanks to the sequel trilogy, Mark isn’t necessarily wrong. Both arguments do share some valid criticisms. https://t.co/5sQkhS9CRn— Matt 💙💛 (@GamemasterYado) August 13, 2022
Oh really lmao. The jokes have been the same since iron man. They literally just copy and past the same format but just a different story. https://t.co/smSDMsyoyY— Kool Guy (@FrogMicah) August 13, 2022
star wars and marvel are pretty much shitting out the same thing every other month. every once in a while there’ll be something interesting but yahh both franchises have felt soulless and stale for a while now. disney found the magic formula https://t.co/jSEHAudONx— alec reyna (@alecreyna98) August 13, 2022
Mark you bugging. I could name 4 different projects off the top of my head:— Enrique (@TheRealEnriqueM) August 13, 2022
Rouge One https://t.co/bLBlIQlmkl
‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ drops globally on August 18, 2022 on Disney +. The series stars Mark Ruffalo, Tatiana Maslany and Charlie Cox in leading roles.
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