Another actor my join the cast of “Captain America: Civil War.” Mark Ruffalo, who has played the Hulk, recently told the Daily Beast that he might reprise the role for the forthcoming Marvel film.

“I was talking to Robert Downey the other day, and he said, ‘Ruffalo! I heard you’re coming out here,’ and I said, ‘OK! I’ll be there,’” Ruffalo said, when asked whether he would appear in the film. The actor said he has not read the script of “Captain America: Civil War,” but hopes to join the cast anyway.

Ruffalo said he relishes the experience of Marvel films. “I like the cultural significance of it, as an art project. It’s crossing into all kinds of cultures and belief systems and ideologies. It’s hitting a lot of boxes, and really specialized boxes, too. And ultimately, the messaging of it is pretty good,” he said.

Rumors of Hulk popping up in “Captain America: Civil War” have been ripe for a while. A cryptic tweet from Ruffalo last month only inspired more rumors. He wrote:



Ruffalo’s Hulk was last seen in “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” He was seen going on a rampage after Wanda Maximoff manipulated his mind. Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark/Iron Man stops him with his anti-Hulk armor.

“Captain America: Civil War’ is being shot in metro Atlanta, Puerto Rico, Berlin and Iceland. Anthony Russo and Joe Russo are directing and Kevin Feige is the producer. Henry Jackman is supplying the music and Trent Opaloch is the cinematographer. It is set after the events “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” with the acts of Captain America and other Avengers leading to collateral damage. A new governing body is formed, which leads to formation of two groups of Avengers who need to tackle a new enemy.

Other cast members include Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Rudd. The film opens May 6, 2016, in 3D and Imax.