Mark Ruffalo's The Hulk To Return in Thor: Ragnarok?

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Last month, Mark Ruffalo said that The Hulk is being saved for something big, and now, the new scoop from JoBlo could provide answers to what the actor was talking about.

Joblo, a reliable source when it comes to rumors like this, reported that The Hulk will appear in Thor: Ragnarok. Their inside sources said that the film will see "Chris Hemsworth's Thor team up with none other than Mark Ruffalo's HULK for the Odinson's third solo film, which finds the God of Thunder facing what amounts to the Norse Apocalypse. Only this time out he'll have some help from a fellow Avenger."

They didn't reveal much details about Brucer Banner's involvement in the film, but the report says "he's absolutely part of the supporting cast and will feature prominently." It would be great to see the two Avengers team up in the upcoming film, so I'm hoping that this rumor ends up being true.

The sources also confirms that Tom Hiddleston and Jaimie Alexander will return to reprise their role of Loki and Sif, and they went to report that the story will involved a "distant planet" that is "not Asgard and not Earth." They haven't revealed much details about the plot, but many speculate that the film will lead to the Planet Hulk storyline.

Taika Waititi will direct Thor: Ragnarok, which will arrive in theaters on November 3, 2017.