Mark Ruffalo accidentally livestreamed audio from the Thor: Ragnarok premiere


As part of its alliance with Marvel Entertainment, Comicave Studios which specialises in conceptualising, designing, and manufacturing of high-end collectibles and mass market toys, will showcase its new range of collectibles at the red carpet premiere based on characters of latest Thor film with focus on lead characters Thor and Hulk. Though the Green Goliath was the star of his own movie back in 2008, the film's middling response (and perhaps a tricky shared ownership of the character among Disney and Universal) has kept any new Hulk movies from coming to pass.

Thor: Ragnarok sees the Asgardian god team up with his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and his pal Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) to fight the goddess of death, Hela, played by Cate Blanchett.

Usually, during these premieres, phones are taken away from patrons and put into special bags to prevent situations like this but Ruffalo is thought to be immune to these rules because, well, Hulk does whatever he likes! At about 8:15 p.m., the livestream ended, but not before Ruffalo's Instagram audience got to hear a portion of the film. This didn't last long, however, with Bruce reintegrating with the Hulk to end the carnage. With The Hulk beginning to speak in the trailers, we think this is the direction the MCU is going, and we're all for it.

Now in the midst of press for Thor: Ragnarok, the Aussie actor has been fielding all kinds of questions relating to his tenure in the MCU and what lies ahead.

Mohammed Khammas, CEO, Al Ahli Holding Group, said: "The premiere of Thor: Ragnarok sets the stage for a wonderful opportunity to bring the magic of the big screen and Hollywood to our valued customers through our strategic alliance with Marvel Studios".