The 6-episode series of Marvel Studios, Moon Knight could confuse some of his followers, and even made some of his fans think that Bruce Banner from Mark Ruffalo would appear during the series; however, the manager Muhammad Diab says those were just rumours, as the filmmaker commented during a recent interview with One Take News, the rumors surrounding ruffalo and this series, are just that.
All this apparently began, when images of the actor from Hulk in Budapest with Ethan Hawke Y oscar isaacthat’s when social media went wild, and yes, it’s understandable, especially given the crossover nature of the MCUbut, the fans’ imagination ran wild, and just because of that, when asked devil If you have a very normal explanation for all this.
He commented that in Budapest it is absolutely normal, since it is a filming center for a number of different projects from Marveland that coincidentally ruffalo I was there to film something else, so they went to take a photo and the social networks ran with it, when they simply coincided in the place and at the moment there is no collaboration between the characters.
“That’s a smart question. I’m happy to bury that rumour, we were filming in Budapest, and Budapest is the center for filming movies these days. So, [Mark Ruffalo] he was just shooting another movie at his highest elongation. That’s it”clarified devil. “I was in the same hotel. It’s a small town. They all stay in the same hotel, but when people saw them together, they were like what. Yeah yeah, so anyone else you saw who didn’t have a cameo means they were in the hotel shooting a movie there”.
Added to this, also recently Jeremy Slatera writer for the series, talked about some of the characters that people thought might appear within the series of Marvel transmitted by Disney+where the writer mentioned that during the planning of the series some names were mentioned, such as the idea of mentioning kang that almost made it to filming, but didn’t stay finally:
“There was a line in the script, and I don’t know if it survived. I can’t remember”shared slater. “But there was a line where, I think Steven, he’s reciting some sort of Egyptian story that he has locked up in his brain, and he mentioned Rama-Tut. I don’t remember if that scene, if that line is still on the show or not. . But it was this small, it was him mentioning a list of famous pharaohs or something. But that was Nick Pepin, one of our execs at Marvel, that was his idea to slip that in there as a fun Easter egg.”