After the grand success of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’, record-breaking trailer of ‘Captain Marvel’, and gigantic hype around ‘Avengers 4’, it seems everything is going beyond perfect for Marvel Cinematic Universe. There are many things associated with Avengers in the MCU and the reason why they’re the most important and main superheroes of the franchise. Another of these famous things is the ‘A6’ Avengers tattoo which has been engraved by each of the First Avengers team on their skin but not by Mark Ruffalo aka. Hulk. But, after a long wait, we have finally got the answer by the actor as what is the reason for not having a tattoo of ‘A6’ like others.
The ‘A6’ hashtag was on its prime and was on the trending list after the release of Avengers: Infinity War and goes every time whenever something related to the incoming or outgoing of a superhero from the original Avengers comes in the headlines.
The ‘A6’ tattoo is a clear reference to the original six Avengers we’ve seen in the movies of MCU for all these years. The tattoo is a sweet sign of solidarity in between the stars; some of them are also going to make their final appearance in the upcoming movie of the MCU ‘Avengers 4’.
They’ve engraved their legacy as the greatest superheroes of MCU’s rich franchise and this tattoo is just going to be the sign for future generations who are going to hear this from their fathers and grandfathers. Stars like Chris Evans (Captain America), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Chris Hemsworth (Thor) all are having this tattoo on their body.
But, it’s the big green giant of the team who is considered as one of the most interesting, important, and powerful team member of the Avengers isn’t having this tattoo on his body and a lot of questions have been asked from Mark Ruffalo about this.
In Avengers: Infinity War, we have seen that Hulk didn’t come out in order to help his fellow superheroes and the same happened at the time of tattoo making when all the members of the original team wanted him to get a tattoo like they’re having. But, he refused to have that famous and popular life imitated art on his body.
He also gave a funny excuse when asked about not having the ‘A6’ tattoo and Ruffalo replied by saying that there was a lack of ink when his turn came up. The actor has also said,
“First of all, I’m afraid of needles. So there’s that. But also I kind of have a punk rock soul. And I felt like ‘Dude, everyone has tattoos. I’m gonna be punk rock and not get the tattoo.”
So, we can say that Ruffalo is giving a reasonable answer this time in comparison to his previous one. Also, Russo Brothers have also clarified that Hulk’s refusal of not coming out in the movie for helping his friends wasn’t a sign of cowardice and instead of that was an act of defiance.
The actor also claimed that he was doing the exactly the same thing he used to do in the movies and that is rebelling against the common behavior and choices of the group and fear from pointy needles is just another funny excuse.
Recently, Ruffalo has given a huge hint about the official name of the movie ‘Avengers 4’ which is going to come next year and the whole internet just got imbalanced for a second, as he also got fired from Russo Brothers on Twitter after saying that the name of the movie is already out there and quickly shifted the focus of fans form fan-made names to that famous and popular name ’Avengers: Annihilation’. But still, there isn’t any concrete news about the title of the movie for which a lot of fans are waiting impatiently.
Also, there is a lot of hope regarding the incoming of Hulk in the upcoming part of ‘Avengers 4’ next year and for fans and moviegoers, it seems like a whole new superhero is going to feature in Avengers 4 as we haven’t seen anything of Hulk in the movie.
So, what are your thoughts on the reason Ruffalo has given for not having that A6 tattoo? Tell us in the comments section below.
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