I Know This Much is True has the bad luck of arriving at a time when the majority of potential viewers are extra stressed and extra depressed. Because of the situation we now find ourselves in, I Know This Much is True is going to seem like an uphill battle for many, simply because it’s so damn bleak. While the Wally Lamb adaptation doesn’t deal with a pandemic, it does focus on mental illness, sexual abuse, parental abuse, sudden infant death syndrome, suicide, and other harrowing subjects. It’s a parade of misery sprawled across six episodes. Despite its disadvantage, I Know This Much is True has plenty to celebrate – most notably star Mark Ruffalo, who does double duty playing a pair of identical twins.
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Even though they couldn’t happen with a huge audience like they usually do, the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards still announced their 2020 winners with a virtual show. During the ceremony, Avengers: Endgame was announced as the winner for Favorite Movie, and to celebrate, all six of the original Avengers reunited virtually to accept the award and make a handful of playful references to the Marvel Cinematic Universe film franchise. Watch the Avengers virtual reunion below. Read More »
Ever since Mark Ruffalo took over the role of The Incredible Hulk, the character has become a fan favorite of The Avengers. The love for the big guy grew even more when Professor Hulk debuted in Avengers: Endgame. But what does the future of the Hulk hold in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Recently we’ve heard rumblings that we’ll see Hulk pop up in the upcoming She-Hulk series coming to Disney+, but apparently there’s an idea being kicked around that could give us an interesting approach to the green giant. And we’d love to see it happen. Read More »
Update: HBO has unveiled a new release date for the limited series, which we’ve added to the bottom of this article. Our original piece continues.
Mark Ruffalo is the latest actor to pull double duty in a prestige television series — following the footsteps of James Franco in The Deuce and Ewan McGregor in Fargo — playing identical twins in HBO’s I Know This Much Is True. Ruffalo stars as identical twin brothers, one of whom is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, in an intense limited series based on Wally Lamb‘s bestselling novel of the same name. Watch the I Know This Much Is True trailer below.
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Mark Ruffalo and Mark Ruffalo star in I Know This Much is True, a new HBO limited series directed by Derek Cianfrance (The Place Beyond the Pines and Blue Valentine). Adapted from the book by Wally Lamb, the story follows the parallel lives of identical twin brothers, both played by Ruffalo. The cast also includes Melissa Leo, Imogen Poots, Rosie O’Donnell, and Kathryn Hahn. Watch the I Know This Much is True trailer below.
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With the exception of The Mandalorian and the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the original series offerings from Disney+ aren’t particularly remarkable. But subscribers are hoping that changes once Marvel Studios starts to roll out their first superhero shows set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That will begin with with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision later this year, and Loki will follow in the spring of 2021. But Marvel Studios is already figuring out details about their future series after that, and the latest update is for She-Hulk.
Since the Marvel Cinematic Universe already has a Hulk, many fans have assumed that the big guy would make an appearance. Those assumptions have been confirmed thanks to a recent appearance by Mark Ruffalo at Chicago’s C2E2 convention this past weekend, where he discussed the possibility of appearing on the She-Hulk series. Read More »
Mark Ruffalo is rumored to be in consideration for the Parasite TV series headed to HBO. This news is very, very early, and HBO has no comment on the matter. But a report indicates that Ruffalo is being sought after to lead the series. This immediately raises several questions. Who is Ruffalo playing? And does this mean the series is re-casting the story with American actors? If so, that seems to go against previous reports that the show would actually be a continuation of the film.
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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, learn about the creative decisions behind the cinematography for the box office sensation Joker. Plus, watch as visual effects artists react to Lawnmower Man, Godzilla (1998), Children of Men, and others. And finally, listen as Avengers: Endgame and Dark Waters star Mark Ruffalo breaks down the most memorable characters from his career. Read More »
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While a few key Marvel Cinematic Universe heroes ended their journeys in Avengers: Endgame, not all of the veteran actors are ready to hang up their tights and capes just yet. Scarlett Johansson is returning for a Black Widow solo film, Chris Hemsworth’s Thor is about to encounter some love and thunder, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye is heading to Disney+, and Mark Ruffalo wants to extend The Incredible Hulk’s tenure in the MCU as well.
At Tokyo Comic Con, Ruffalo told the crowd how he just pitched more Hulk movies to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, and he specifically said he wants to see Hulk face off against Wolverine. Read his quotes below.
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Posted on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 by Ben Pearson
The fight between diehard Marvel Studios fans and Martin Scorsese stans is starting to feel like if the climactic battle in Avengers: Endgame had lasted for months instead of minutes. At this point, both sides are tired and just waiting for something to end this once and for all, finally putting everyone out of their misery. Thankfully, Mark Ruffalo has a potential solution.
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