Academy Award-nominated actor Mark Ruffalo, who is popular for his role of Bruce Banner/Hulk in Marvel Studios' "Thor: Ragnarok", says it was fun for him to play two different characters.
It's a different Banner and a different Hulk which is really fun
"In this story Banner's been basically inside the Hulk for two years when we find him. During this time, all of the traumatic things in his life that have been making him afraid, making him doubtful, making him unable to enjoy his life, have been erased. His neurotransmitters and neuropathways have been completely re-wired. So when he comes awake, he's like an eight-year-old or 12-year-old boy," Ruffalo said.
"He has the same exuberance and curiosity and wonder. He finally also realizes that he's free of the Hulk," he added.
Disccussing the reboots in Hulk's character, Ruffalo said: "Hulk can be sad or happy. He's speaking. He's not only alive because of rage, so we can start to have more geography in the character's emotional life, his intelligence, what he does, what he eats, if he sleeps -- all the questions I've been dying to ask for years since playing this part. “
The actor says he was excited to be part of the welcoming ceremony on this movie.
"There's a lot of wisdom in that culture that we could carry with us. It was really beautiful and moving. I do feel like we were blessed," he added.
This much awaited Marvel Studios movie "Thor: Ragnarok" is set to release on November 3.