If you believe Marvel president Kevin Feige, actor Mark Ruffalo won't get a chance to star in his very own Hulk movie any time soon. Good thing, too, since Ruffalo is so busy with about seventeen other projects. According to Variety, Ruffalo is negotiating to star opposite Steve Carell and Channing Tatum in "Foxcatcher."
Directed by Bennett Miller ("Moneyball"), the new film focuses on the relationship between John du Pont (Carell), the millionaire schizophrenic heir to the du Pont chemical fortune, and David Schultz, a gold medal-winning Olympic wrestler. Ruffalo would play Schultz, who befriended du Pont, and -- spoiler alert -- was later shot and killed by the man on his millionaire dollar Pennsylvania estate. The film gets its title from the name of the wrestling facility that du Pont built on his property.
Tatum will play Schultz's brother, Mark.
Miller has only directed two feature films, but they've been Oscar darlings. »
- The Huffington Post
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