‘I’m So Sick Of Being So Well-Behaved’: Mark Ruffalo Explains Why He Wants To Go Full-Villain After His Caddish Poor Things Role, And I Need This To Happen


The closest we’ve gotten to seeing Mark Ruffalo go off the handle onscreen is while playing that not-so-jolly green giant, The Hulk. (And, yes, the actor is down for a standalone Hulk movie, FYI.) However, whether he’s starring as “rom-com Ruffalo” in sweet films like 13 Going On 30, or as a good guy taking down sinister business in dramas like Spotlight and Zodiac, the Oscar nominee rarely goes fully bad in his films—until now, that is.

In his Academy Award-nominated supporting role in Yorgos Lanthimos’ delightfully weird Poor Things, Ruffalo portrays debauched lawyer Duncan Wedderburn, who, for all intents and purposes, is a fantastical f**kboy. He steals Emma Stone’s Bella Baxter (an adult woman whose brain has been replaced with that of an unborn fetus) away for a literal pleasure cruise, and in the process proves himself to be “a total egoist and megalomaniac,” the actor told High Snobiety


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