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Lou Ferrigno is angry and you would not like him when he's angry.
The actor and former bodybuilder, who became famous through Bruce Banner's alter ego at The Incredible Hulk, recently said he was "disappointed" by how actor Mark Ruffalo's green monster was portrayed in Avengers: Endgame.
"Because the hulk must be abominable, he must be a creature," said Ferrigno on the Canadian Hamilton Comic Con. "You see in Endgame, Mark Ruffalo – I think it has a lot to do with him and Disney – I did not like the way it was presented [hulk], it took away that beauty, that quality of hulk, so many liked it People the series. "
Endgame has revealed that Banner was able to connect his brain to the bulk of the Hulks – a fusion of the two known as "Professor Hulk" in the Marvel comics. This contradicts the notion that Banner can only become angry with the Hulk.
The former Mr. Universe, who portrayed the Hulk from 1977 to 1982 on a television program, said the character should remain untouched. "Because of Marvel and Disney, they've taken a different direction, they can not take it as seriously as the original series."
Ferrigno has also voiced the Hulk in several Marvel Cinematic Universe films, saying that this has severely strained his windpipe. "Two days later I could not speak because [the voice] comes out of the chest, the big roar when the hulk roars," he said. "It's a challenge, it's work, but I almost had to scream and talk about how the Hulk thinks and feels."
Neither Ruffalo nor Marvel managers have responded to Ferrigno's criticism.[RELATED1]