Mark Ruffalo Really Did Spoil Infinity War

Angelo Anderson
August 20, 2018

The actor was on Jimmy Kimmel last night and began by playing the infamous clip of Mark Ruffalo freely giving away the ending to 'Avengers: Infinity War' before anyone had the chance to see it. There are various theories about how Captain Marvel is from the 90s, how this would involve time travel and the effects of this on the upcoming Avengers movie as well. Cheadle and Ruffalo were being interviewed by Good Morning America, and while plugging his then-upcoming film Thor: Ragnarok, Ruffalo accidentally said a little too much about Infinity War. "Of course I didn't know he was going to do that", said Cheadle.

"I tried to stop him, you saw it!", exclaimed Cheadle.

The first half of this video features Stratman's wonderful 16-bit treatment of this winter's biggest blockbuster, but the second half compares it side-by-side to the actual film so you can see how true it is to the original - save for the incredibly limited colour palette he had to work with. But they've grown together, and I think when you find them in this movie and they've been the Secret Avengers for two years because they're being hunted by Ross and the government, they're like a tight-knit family now.

According to Cheadle, there wasn't any real fallout after Ruffalo made the slip, but jokingly said Ruffalo won't be able to do press for any future movie, Marvel or otherwise.

Suffice it to say, Josh Brolin's Mad Titan is a force to be reckoned with, and early on in the development of Infinity War, Marvel's effects team nearly dialed things up to 11 with a massive sea of blood to represent the blood of his victims.

One of the most striking moments (of many) in Avengers: Infinity War is the post-credits scene.

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