Lou Ferrigno, who played Bruce & Banner, has something to say to the amazing new man.
Lou Ferrigno he was the first actor who painted green and played the alter ego of Professor David Banner in a TV series about this character Bill Bixby he played in 1978. This veteran assured that character Mark Ruffalo he played in the latest films in the Marvel universe.
"Mark is a great actor. But we had three different actors: Eric Bana, Edward Norton and Mark Ruffalo. I like Bill Bixby better, I like Edward Norton. It mixes with the aspect of Marvel Avengers, but I can not take it seriously, "said Ferrigno at a large comic convention in Montreal.
"Bill is so intense and you know that when he's in danger, you can feel the intensity. But thanks to Marvel and Disney, the character changed direction. You can not treat it as seriously as in the original series – added the actor who played the character when in the years 1978-1982 he transformed into an amazing Hulk.
This intensity is "the reason people loved her so much," added Ferrigno from the CBS series, which included 80 episodes divided into five seasons. "I have so many fans who come to me, tell me that when they were young, they tried to see it. They'll get out of the couch. They want to see Hulk for this attraction, for the adrenaline, that's what the series does. "
Mark Ruffalo inherited the role after Edward Norton did not close his contract to continue playing the character he had in The Incredible Hulk, released in 2008, where Ferrigno had a short participation. Liv Tyler played the role of Professor Banner's love, the only one who could calm down Hulk's anger.
In 2003, Eric Bana played an amazing man with Jennifer Connely in the lead role. The film, directed by Ang Lee, collected more than $ 220 million worldwide, but could not achieve the necessary approval to become a continuation. In addition to the criticism of Ferrigno, Hulk Mark Ruffalo is the most accepted in the new era.
The actor "If I was 30" was presented as a scientist Bruce Banner in the first Avengers movie, whose premiere in 2012 raised more than 1519 million dollars around the world, remaining one of the most profitable films ever, Ruffalo repeated his role in "Avengers: Age of Ultron "," Thor Ragnarok "," Avengers: Infinity War "and" Avengers: Endgame ".