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When asked to build his dream Avengers team using MCU characters, Mark Ruffalo still picks his fellow original Earth's Mightiest Heroes for his squad.

Mark Ruffalo picks his fellow original MCU heroes when asked to build his dream Avengers team. The actor wasn't the original choice to play Bruce Banner/Hulk, as he replaced Edward Norton from Louis Terrier's The Incredible Hulk. However, the role is now mostly associated with him as he continued to play the part since debuting in 2012's The Avengers until last year's Avengers: Endgame.
By the time Ruffalo joined the MCU, the franchise's Avengers team was already complete; each of his fellow actors had previously appeared in Phase 1 other than him. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), and Captain America (Chris Evans) all had their solo films, while Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) were involved in some of those standalones. Ruffalo's Hulk was treated as a continuation of Norton's without any mention of a recast. Considering that he's been essentially part of the universe's founding team of heroes, it's not surprising he'd pick his original squad when asked to form his dream Avengers team.

 

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