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Mark Ruffalo Revealing Avengers 4 Title On Jimmy Fallon?

Mark Ruffalo Revealing Avengers 4 Title On Jimmy Fallon?

Following the rumored title for Avengers 4, now fans are speculating that Mark Ruffalo may be dropping the official title tonight on Jimmy Fallon.

Update: He didn’t reveal the title.

Mark Ruffalo, who actually spoiled Infinity War prior to its release, took to Twitter to seemingly tease that he let something slip on his upcoming appearance on Fallon.

“@JimmyFallon, I trust that you will cut my spoiler slip on the show tonight. That was ‘off the record’ homey. Please don’t get me in trouble with Marvel (Barry) again. DM me back,” Mark Ruffalo tweeted.

The official Jimmy Fallon Twitter account also took part in the fun: “Dude, it’s too late – already sent the final show to Burbank for air. Are you sure you’re gonna be in trouble? We could maybe bleep it out. What is ‘DM’?” Jimmy Fallon responded.

Obviously the Twitter exchanged is basically a promo, but quite possibly tonight could see The Avengers 4 reveal.

Avengers 4

The Avengers 4

The Captain Marvel trailer was recently released, which sees The Avengers 4 following in May, and this week marks seven months until the release of the flick, so maybe promotion will begin?

To add, this weekend also happens to be the New York Comic-Con – something Marvel Studios doesn’t attend – so maybe they want to get a bit of their own attention. 

Here are the official NBC details for Mark Ruffalo’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon, which airs 11:35 PM ETC:


Actor Mark Ruffalo is best known for portraying Bruce Banner/The Hulk in Marvel’s The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron. He first won critical acclaim for starring in 2000’s You Can Count on Me, which led to parts in other well-received indies such as 2004’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and 2010’s The Kids Are All Right, for which he was Oscar nominated. Ruffalo’s other notable films include 2004’s 13 Going on 30 and Collateral, 2007’s Zodiac, 2010’s Shutter Island and 2013’s Now You See Me. In 2014, Ruffalo starred in Foxcatcher and scored his second Oscar nomination. In 2015, he scored his second Oscar nomination for Foxcatcher, followed by a third nomination a year later for Spotlight. Ruffalo can next be seen in Now You See Me 2.

Mark Ruffalo and student organizers from March for Our Lives, Jackie Corin and Delaney Tarr, collaborated on a PSA called “My First Time.” The PSA was made in partnership with We Stand United, a campaign that works to ensure voter rights and access.