It’s been months since we heard about Ryan Reynolds’ time travel movie for Netflix, which we learned back in April will be about a guy who goes back in time to stop some villain, interacting with both himself as a teenager and his now-deceased father along the way, and now The Hollywood Reporter has the scoop on the rest of the film’s surprisingly famous cast. For starters, Mark Ruffalo will be playing Reynolds’ father, a “brilliant physicist” of some kind, with a kid named Walker Scobell playing young Reynolds in what is apparently his “first professional gig.”
Johnny Depp has been forced out of his role as Grindelwald in the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise. He's not the first to be usurped for a major movie part.
Eddie Hassell, best known for starring in the 2010 comedy drama The Kids Are Alright, has been shot dead in what is believed to be a car jacking incident in Texas.
Mark Ruffalo was “scared” when the Marvel Cinematic Universe approached him about portraying the Hulk in 2012’s The Avengers.
Thor is still getting Marvel movies, and so is Black Widow. And even Jeremy Renner is set to get a second role of the dice in the Hawkeye series for Disney+.
Taika Waititi discussed the upcoming film during an Instagram Live watch-along of 'Thor: Ragnarok'.
Robert Downey Jr's 55th birthday was spent on lockdown in Los Angeles, but it was still a star-studded affair.
Hulk is set to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe when Mark Ruffalo reprises the role in 'What If?' on Disney+.
Mark Ruffalo portrays the driven environmental lawyer Rob Bilott in the shocking legal thriller 'Dark Waters'.
Todd Haynes and attorney Rob Bilott reveal the real-world impact of 'Dark Waters', which follows Bilott's legal battle with chemical company DuPont,
Mark Ruffalo is following the likes of Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey in stacking on the pounds for his next role.
Mark Ruffalo talks the Hulk, and provides an update on his potential return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Marvel actor says Bush needs to be "brought to justice" in response to DeGeneres's statement supporting the former president.
Edward Norton just managed to get in – briefly – on the ground floor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring as Bruce Banner in 2008's The Incredible Hulk.
Tom Holland shares a behind the scenes video from Avengers: Endgame's 'wedding' scene, calling it the most memorable day of his career.
'Avengers: Endgame' stands as a monument to the success of Marvel's big screen universe, and a behind the scenes look at its finale shows just how much went into making it work.
In what’s likely to be the last time, the stars of Avengers: Endgame assembled for the film’s world premiere in Hollywood last night, seven years after the premiere of the first Avengers films. The core cast returned for the glitzy red carpet event alongside scores of new cast mates who’ve joined the Marvel Studios superhero roster in the intervening years.From Robert Downey Jr to Scarlett Johansson and beyond, all of the Avengers have been on quite a journey during the last seven years, but some of them look like they haven’t aged a day.Avengers: Endgame is in cinemas from 25 April.
Marvel does its very best to stop spoilers being leaked but every now and then one sneaks free and usually, it’s down to a star.During press tours and interviews a fair few actors have prematurely revealed information about future movies before the release and it’s surprising they’ve lived to tell the tale.Read more: 20 best cameos in the MCUFrom first time to repeat offenders, here is 12 times Marvel stars have spoiled their movies.