The Hulk appeared Saturday night before a packed Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con at Marvel's panel to present the first footage from "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Or we should clarify: The Hulk in his human form, Mark Ruffalo.
MTV caught up with Ruffalo on the red carpet after the panel to find out how the bar has been raised for the sequel to the (Hulk) smash hit original movie, whether the Hulk has progressed in his verbal development and what, exactly, is up with the Big Green Guy's -- and Bruce Banner's -- relationship with Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow.
"They have a very complex relationship and the Widow seems to be the only one who can interface with the Hulk as well, and that's an interesting relationship," he said. "As far as all the superheroes go, they're kind of in a weird way the most similar and so there's a lot of comfort that they find in each other. They understand each other."
One thing's for certain: It's not easy being green.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" hits theaters May 1, 2015.