Mark Ruffalo Asks Marvel Fans To Watch The Other Half Of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’


Mark Ruffalo goofed up last week when he unknowingly live-streamed the Thor: Ragnarok’s premiere audio on Instagram, however, its sad for the fans that the Hulk star has realized his mistake.

Ruffalo had appeared to be an international premiere for Thor: Ragnarok, and he used Snapchat to let his fans know about the excitement from the red carpet outside the theatre, and he took a jibe at his Instagram fiasco of last week.

Hi Marvel fans, I’m here at the Thor 3 premiere, and it’s kicking ass, and we’re having the best time and wish you were here,”Ruffalo was seen saying in the clip that a fan later shared on Twitter. “If I had my Instagram live on I could let you watch the other half of the movie.”

In case you haven’t heard of the incident, here is what happened. Ruffalo went for a Hollywood premiere of his upcoming movie and was on Instagram live to share the feel of the event with fans. Soon the fans realized that the continuous black screen meant Ruffalo was still live streaming and that too without knowing it. As per the reports, almost 10-15 minutes of the movie’s audio was streamed before the feed was terminated.

This is only the latest in a series of Ruffalo gaffes wherein he ended up sharing more than advisable about the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. In July, Ruffalo was in an interview with Don Cheadle for Good Morning America, and he mistakenly revealed quite a bit about the potential fate of the superheroes in the Avengers: Infinity War, more than what Marvel would have liked. However, it seems that Ruffalo realized his Instagram mistake. He apologized to the fans and Marvel via Twitter, the next day and then jovially queried about getting his phone back.

It seems as if everything is now sorted out, Ruffalo is the Hulk and since he used snapchat so we can assume he has got his phone back. It is just that he is being very cautious this time.

Ruffalo will be seen as The Hulk when Thor: Ragnarok will release on November 3, 2017.

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