What does Mark Ruffalo mean by "The final exit"?
"Avengers: Infinity War" opens May 4, a year before "Avengers 4," which was previously called "Infinity War Part 2." Several of the cast members have been interchanging the two movies, calling them both "Infinity War," since they were filmed back-to-back in Atlanta.
Principal filming is now complete on both movies, and we know "Avengers 4" is meant to shake up the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many old school stars have ended their contracts -- including Chris Hemsworth as Thor, and maybe Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/The Hulk.
Ruffalo doesn't quite say "I'm done," but he gets close in the caption to this photo, showing him in his motion-capture suit as the Hulk:
He got fans worried that Hulk will die. He also got them confused about the hobo look.
Ruffalo's smile suggests he's just joking around, but everything in the background looks like a staged scene. Hobo Hulk is apparently happening, and fans are "Incredible Hulk" TV show, set to "The Lonely Man."
If Ruffalo's Hulk does have a scene like that, it would be a fitting but bittersweet farewell for the character in the MCU.
"Avengers: Infinity War" opens in theaters on May 4, 2018. "Avengers 4" opens May 3, 2019,
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