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Is Thor about to get a little help from his green buddy in the next Thor movie, due out on November 3, 2017? That's the big superhero rumor today, courtesy of JoBlo, which claims Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner/Hulk will join Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Jaimie Alexander in Thor: Ragnarok, extending this new trend of including other heroes in movies that were traditionally solo films. We're seeing a whole lot of that in next year's Captain America: Civil War, which...
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Mark Ruffalo's Hulk will return in 'Thor: Ragnarok'. The 47-year-old actor will reportedly reprise his role as Bruce Banner - who turns into the Hulk whenever he gets angry - to team up with Chris Hemsworth's Thor in the third instalment of the Marvel Comics films. Ruffalo, who has played the Hulk in 'The Avengers' and 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', also joins Tom Hiddleston and Jaimie Alexander, who play Loki and Lady Sif respectively. 'Thor: Ragnarok' will involved a ''distant planet'' that is ''not Asgard and not Earth'', according to JoBlo.com. The news comes after 'Guardians of the Galaxy' director James Gunn denied Ruffalo's Hulk would be involved in the upcoming sequel. And sources claim that while Banner may not be seen in the film itself, a post-credits sequence could tease that Hulk is on a ''distant planet'' as »
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has dominated movie theatres for over half a decade now. The interwoven film universe has captivated audiences since 2008 by showcasing multi-dimensional, well-crafted and loveable characters that have gone down in film history.
Now, with over 8 Billion dollars of worldwide profit generated from 12 movies, Marvel are (understandably) moving fast to keep all their highly lucrative plates spinning. With both Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange set to be released next year alone, fans certainly have a bit to look forward to over the next few years.
Although this summer’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron was incredibly convoluted, it did set the stage for a number of things to come. One of which is the upcoming third (and presumably final) solo outing for everyone’s favourite Asgardian.
Thor: Ragnarok isn’t due »
- Ben Read
It seems that it's been tricky finding room for Mark Ruffalo's take on the Hulk in the Marvel cinematic universe. To date, the actor has two appearances as the angry green one under his belt, in Joss Whedon's pair of Avengers movies. But according to a new rumour, his third may not be far away.
It's being reported that Ruffalo is set to reprise the character in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok, starring Chris Hemsworth. The report says that Thor and Hulk will team up for the new movie, that's going to be set on a "distantplanet", one that isn't "Asgard and not Earth".
This is all unconfirmed thus far, although there's »
Is Thor about to get a little help from his green buddy in the next Thor movie, due out on November 3, 2017? That's the big superhero rumor today, courtesy of JoBlo, who claim Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner/Hulk will join Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Jaimie Alexander in Thor: Ragnarok, extending this new trend of including other heroes in movies that were traditionally solo films. We're seeing a whole lot of that in next year's Captain America: Civil War, which includes numerous heroes (Black Widow, Ant-Man, Iron Man, Black Panther, to name a few) alongside Chris Evans' Captain America. So it makes sense to see someone like the Hulk -- who was left out of the already packed Civil War -- pop up in the next Thor film, which could probably use the...
- Erik Davis
When Avengers: Age of Ultron hit theaters in May, the fate of Mark Ruffalo's Hulk became one of the sequel's biggest mysteries. The Green Goliath was last seen stealing a Quinjet, taking off for parts unknown. There were rumors that Hulk would pop up in the Marvel Phase Three adventures Captain America: Civil War and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but they were never confirmed by Marvel. Today we have a new report from JoBlo, which claims that Hulk will next be seen in Thor: Ragnarok.
The site's sources claim that Mark Ruffalo will join Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Tom Hiddleston (Loki) and Jaimie Alexander (Lady Sif) in Thor: Ragnarok, which will reportedly be set on a "distant planet" that is neither Asgard nor Earth. The site speculates that Marvel may be trying to work the long-rumored Planet Hulk storyline into Thor: Ragnarok, but that has yet to be confirmed. »
The third solo Thor film will apparently involve both Hulk and the Norse god on a distant planet, according to JoBlo.
The Hulk was last seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron, when his human form Bruce Banner went off in exile to protect humanity from the green beast.
Earlier this year, Ruffalo filmed scenes for next year's Captain America: Civil War - although he claimed his appearance had been cut. The Hulk has also been ruled out of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.
Marvel’s Phase Three seems to be marked by multiple high-profile team ups. Ant-Man is coming back, with The Wasp at his side. Captain America’s sprint through the Civil War will showcase nearly a dozen different superheroes. And now we’re getting a report that Thor: Ragnarok could have a meaty cameo from Mark Ruffalo’s jolly green giant, The Hulk. JoBlo is going on record with this rumor, stating that Ruffalo’s Hulk will team up with Chris Hemsworth’s Thor to handle "what amounts to the Norse Apocalypse" in Thor: Ragnarok. Here’s a twist, though. They are reporting that the war will occur on a distant planet that isn’t Asgard, and isn’t Earth. JoBlo says that Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sif (Jaimie Alexander) are confirmed for the third Thor movie, which may be »
Given Avengers: Age of Ultron left the Hulk's whereabouts up in the air (or perhaps somewhere in the ocean), fans have been theorizing when and where we will see Mark Ruffalo's Jade Giant again, if at all, before his inevitable return in the two-part Avengers: Infinity War. Persistent rumors and speculation that Bruce Banner's angry alter-ego would show up Planet Hulk-style in 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2 have been dismissed, but we may now know what Marvel's planning. According to Joblo, whose track record has been pretty reliable as of late, Mark Ruffalo will be joining Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleson, and Jaimie Alexander in Thor: Ragnarok which will have the God of Thunder teaming up with the Incredible Hulk against what's considered to be the Norse apocalypse. Furthermore, it's said the threequel will feature a "distant planet that's not Asgard nor Earth," which is probably just »
Warner Bros. Television descended upon New York Comic Con this weekend, bringing fans a number of their hit programs like DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Containment. The studio also brought its new hit series Blindspot, along with Person of Interest and Gotham to Nycc for panel presentations, where each show debuted a sizzle reel featuring never-before-seen footage. In case you weren't in the Big Apple to see these videos at the panels, we have both the Blindspot and Person of Interest sizzle reels below.
The cast of Blindspot had a blast at their very first New York Comic Con appearance this weekend. Fans in attendance had the chance to chat with series stars Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson and Marianne Jean-Baptiste, as well as executive producer Martin Gero, and were treated to an exclusive highlight reel that looks at the first few episodes of the new »
If a recent rumor is to be believed, we could be seeing The Hulk make an appearance in Thor: Ragnarok, which is currently set for a November 2017 release.
The last we saw of the fan-favorite superhero, he was flying away at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron in a Quinjet. Given that Mark Ruffalo has already stated that The Hulk would not have a role in Captain America: Civil War, we were left wondering when we’d see him next, and just what he was up to.
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While we don’t have any details on how the character will factor into the plot, the rumor states that he’ll be teaming up with Thor to take on whatever threat the Norse God is facing in his third solo adventure. The report also mentions that both Tom Hiddleston and Jaimie Alexander will be reprising their roles as well, »
- Josh Wilding
The FBI team may have found a name for Jane Doe, but everything else about her remains a mystery, including most of those tattoos.
Luckily for us though, another one of them is being decoded by Patterson (Ashely Johnson).
In this exclusive sneak peek at Monday night's episode, Patterson figures out that one of Jane's (or do we start calling her Taylor Shaw now?) tattoos has a very familiar symbol on it.
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With Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" closing out with the fate of Mark Ruffalo's Hulk unknown, a big question has been regarding how the big green meanie would make his return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Hulk has been rumored to be making appearances in both "Captain America: Civil War" and "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," but so far Marvel hasn't been saying anything. Now though, a third potential place for his re-emergence has come with a new report at JoBlo who claim he will next be seen in "Thor: Ragnarok".
The site says much of 'Ragnarok' will be set on a distant planet that is neither Asgard nor Earth and Mark Ruffalo (Hulk) will be prominently featured as part of the key cast which will also include Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Tom Hiddleston (Loki) and Jaimie Alexander (Lady Sif).
While the title refers to the famed Norse mythological apocalypse, »
- Garth Franklin
Thor might soon be getting a visit from one of the Science Bros.
The site's inside sources claim that Hulk will join forces with Thor in his third film, which finds the God of Thunder battling the Norse equivalent of the Apocalypse. (Something "Age of Ultron" hinted at when Scarlet Witch cast a spell on Thor.)
Bleeding Cool has also heard that some of the sequel's action will take place on a "distant planet," one that is neither Asgard or Earth. This taken-with-grain-of-salt-sized rumor hints that, maybe, "Raganrok" will incorporate elements from the long-rumored "Planet Hulk" storyline -- which finds Hulk going all gladiator on an alien world.
- Phil Pirrello
The American TV networks are at it again, deciding which shows to reward (Blindspot) and which to cut short (Extant and Minority Report)...
Even though the 'fall 2015' season is only a few weeks young, certain American TV networks have already begun deciding which shows are hits and which ones aren't.
The only success story you'll find here is Blindspot, the Greg Berlanti-produced amnesia thriller starring Jaimie Alexander for which Sky Living has picked up the UK rights. NBC has given it a 'back 9 pick-up,' meaning that the show's first season will now last for a full 22 episodes. Luckily, Alexander's Jane Doe probably has enough tattoo-clues to keep the script-writers occupied for that long.
NBC's high-concept series "Blindspot" has become the first new show of the Fall season to score a full season order - the back nine episodes having been picked up by the network.
"Thor" actress Jaimie Alexander stars as a woman found naked in Times Square with no memory of who she is and a body covered in fresh tattoos that are the key to unraveling a conspiracy. "Strike Back" actor Sullivan Stapleton plays the FBI agent assigned to deal with her case.
The show premiered to 10.61 million viewers and scored a 3.1 rating, and dropped to 9.11 million viewers and a 2.6 in its second week. The news comes as "The Borgias" actor Francois Arnaud has scored a recurring role on the series and will play a mysterious character from Jane's distant past.
Source: TV.com »
- Garth Franklin
Congratulations are in order for the cast and crew of Blindspot! NBC has ordered a full season of the crime drama. The series, starring Jaimie Alexander as a mysteriously skilled woman who wakes up in Times Square covered in tattoos, has been ranking as the No. 1 new show with adults 18 to 49, the most coveted demographic. Looks like you're free to get attached to the freshman series; it'll be around for at least one full season! »
- Maggie Pehanick
And the first new fall show to get a full season order is—drumroll, please—Blindspot! Which tattoo foretold this bit of good news? NBC has ordered nine more episodes of the action-packed show, which stars Jaimie Alexander as a beautiful woman who wakes up naked in Times Square with intricate tattoos fully covering her entire body. Turns out, each of the tats is a clue she and the FBI must decipher to uncover her identity and to stop a future crime. Blindspot was one of the first shows of the new season to premiere in September, and its ratings have remained consistently strong throughout its first few weeks on the air. We ranked it as the No. 4 best new show of the season ahead of its debut, and viewers »
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