Here's Why Mark Ruffalo Apologized to Chris Evans Following She-Hulk Episode 1

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Fans are buzzing about Marvel Studios' latest Disney+ offering She-Hulk: Attorney at Law and while the show is definitely off to an impressive start, I think we can all agree that Episode 1 is creating a lot of noise because of its revelation about Steve Roger's virginity. The show's debut episode finally ended the whole "is Captain America a virgin or not?" discourse and the answer to it understandably shocked the fandom.

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It's been theorized for over a decade now and it turns out that Cap indeed lost his virginity in the 1940s to an unidentified woman before he was frozen in ice for 70 years. Following the episode, Captain America actor Chris Evans took to Twitter to address the long-standing running joke about the true status of Steve's chastity, and judging by his emoji-filled reaction, it seems like we'll never truly know what happened between the beloved MCU hero and the "lucky" girl.


Responding to the now-viral tweet, Ruffalo said he's sorry for confirming Steve's virginity status on his behalf, claiming Banner was pressured into doing so. He wrote: "Sorry bro. It was under extreme duress." Check out the hilarious exchange below:


Also Read: She-Hulk Episode 1 Finally Ends Running Joke on Steve Roger's Virginity [SPOILERS]

Meanwhile, Marvel continues to ride a huge wave of momentum and as it stands, fans and critics have nothing but good things to say about She-Hulk. In fact, the show currently has an 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and even bested Netflix's new series Sandman which is not too shabby at all.

The first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now streaming on Disney+.