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Mark Ruffalo told Whedon every day for the first week of shooting that it wasn’t too late to recast him. (“Bless him,” Whedon said fondly.) [x]

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bruce banner | some nights [3/7x

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iron-hulk:

The mindless beast makes play he’s still a man.

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‘The Incredible Hulk’ alternative opening finds Bruce Banner attempting to commit suicide on the top of a glacier, however he turns into the Hulk before he can do it, smashing the glacier. In a freeze frame shot of the crumbling glazier, you can see Captain America in the ice.

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The Avengers 2012; Bruce Banner deleted scene {watch here}
“Thats no different from anybody else.” 

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digitalhoarder:

Concept art and final product for Bruce Banner in The Avengers title sequence.

The Hulk was by far the trickiest since he has no suit, armor, or weapons. We decided to focus more on Bruce Banner’s iconic elements: his glasses, his laboratory, and his clothes.” -Steve Viola, Creative Director of Method Design

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◢ Drown. Prologue.

labish:

Temporary cover. 

Finally done the prologue. Was wanting to put it up later but due to feelings… Kinda had to. This is the content of my entire little booklet. I’ll take orders once I’m ready, okay? 

For 1st time readers, this is the first installment of Drown. Sorry for the jumpy transitions to put together this story; inspiration hits me at random. Links to later installments are at the bottom. 

P.S: I found a solution to the plot-hole problem. ehehehe.

Click read more for comic.

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I am in a scruffy linen suit that was bought directly out of a thrift store and I am looking around the room at these impeccable human specimens feeling like a tool and thinking, ‘What am I doing here?’ I felt a strange jealousy as I was looking at their cool outfits and strapping bodies. I was purposely told not to put on muscle for the role, so I was the pipsqueak. I longed to have my cool outfit and be part of the team and that is exactly how Bruce Banner is feeling as well.

Mark Ruffalo on his appearance as Bruce Banner in The Avengers (2012). (via puggleface)

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