Mark Ruffalo says Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. convinced him to take on the role of the Hulk aka Bruce Banner.
The 2004 film revolved around a teenager Jenna who can't wait up to be thirty, a wish that miraculously comes true on her 13th birthday.
However, Ruffalo brought Cianfrance on board to direct all six episodes of the series, which is based on Wally Lamb’s novel of the same name.
The "Avengers: Endgame" actor is playing the roles of twin brothers Dominick and Thomas Birdsey in the limited series, directed by Derek Cianfrance.
Sources tell Collider director Joon Ho is teaming with Adam McKay on the new five-to-six episode series.
All the actors would laugh at me because they were in their cool superhero costumes and I'm wearing these ridiculous pajamas that made me look like a Chinese checkerboard, says Ruffalo.
According to the makers, the film, which boasts of the largest gathering of superheroes, registered the biggest day one opening ever for a Hollywood movie in India.
Ruffalo, 50, has portrayed Bruce Banner aka The Hulk in three movies of the franchise till now, including the two "Avengers" movies and "Thor: Ragnarok".