'Captain America: Civil War' Spoilers & Update: The Hulk Joins Team Iron Man? Mark Ruffalo Spotted In Berlin [Rumor]

By Staff Reporter, Parent Herald August 07, 06:00 am
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It has been a talk in the past days if the Incredible Hulk, will appear in the upcoming flick, "Captain America: Civil War," since the movie will portray a conflict between two groups of superheroes and is expected to feature several Marvel favorites. While the production is mum about the speculations, there are rumors that, indeed, the smashing creature will be among the superheroes to battle in the civil war.             

There are reports suggesting that Mark Ruffalo, who plays the smashing green monster, The Hulk, has been spotted at the "Captain America: Civil War" set. In fact, he has been seen partying with the rest of the cast.

 ComicBook translated a German report from BILD, which says, "Since this week, US superstars Chris Evans (34), Mark Ruffalo (47) and Anthony Mackie (36) along with fellow actor star Daniel Brühl are shooting the third part of "Captain America" in Berlin."

According to Cleveland, Robert Downey Jr. told Ruffalo last June that he expected him to be part of the "Civil War," and this news about Ruffalo hanging out with the rest of the cast seemed to be the visual confirmation.

Although it is not yet confirmed if the Hulk will star in the said film, there are chances that he will be involved in the upcoming flick. If so, fans can expect a lot of smashing.

With the green monster's involvement in the said movie and the comeback of General Thaddeus Ross, the Red Hulk, in the civil war, there are rumors that there will be a fight scene between the two, according to CinemaBlend.

However, according to International Business Times, there is already a long list of superheroes in the flick, which includes the introduction of Spider-Man and Black Panther as well as the conflict between Captain America and Iron Man that there is no more room to feature the Hulk.

"Captain America: Civil War" is a superhero conflict between two groups lead by Steve Rogers (Captain America) and Tony Stark (Iron Man), who have different stands about the passage of the Superhero Registration Act, with the former finding it absurd and the latter supporting it, according to an earlier report from Parent Herald.

The recent news about the upcoming movie is suggesting that another Marvel character will die, but it should not affect the audience much because his passing will be as quick as his introduction. According to Heroic Hollywood, Black Panther's dad, T' Chaka the Chieftan of Wakanda, will die. However, the report does not go into detail as to how or when his demise will occur.

"Captain America: Civil War" will hit theaters on May 6, 2016.

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