Sounds Like AGE OF ULTRON Is Getting A Revamped Hulk Thanks To Andy Serkis

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HulkbannerEverything about Mark Ruffalo‘s Bruce Banner and his green-skinned rage monster alter ego stole the show in Joss Whedon‘s The Avengers. The green goliath had never looked better on the big screen, and that was due in large part to better motion capture technology and the amazing work of Industrial Light & Magic. Every year movie CGI gets better by leaps and bounds, so we can only imagine what the beast will look like when Avengers: Age of Ultron is said and done. Ruffalo took to Twitter to reveal one detail of the Hulk process that may just put things over the top. He’ll be getting a hand by a true mo-cap master.

Ruffalo has been Tweeting the odd pic or two behind the scenes of Age of Ultron, but nothing too revealing due to the serious threat the Marvel snipers pose. Since folks are very eager to hear anything about the highly-anticipated sequel, Ruffalo is doing his best to feed us a morsel every now and then. When a fan asked if there was anything the actor could say about the Hulk, the actor revealed that the legendary Andy Serkis (who was recently announced as part of the Star Wars VII cast) was lending a hand.

Serkis and his company also lent their skills to Godzilla, so it seems the actor and budding director is helping out all the nerd friendly movies he can. While Hulk probably won’t get a drastic makeover when it comes to look, we can probably expect his movements and mannerisms to be tweaked and updated. Hopefully with Serkis making the press rounds for various things, someone will ask him what exactly he’s doing for Avengers. What do you think about the news?

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Source : via IGN