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When Avengers: Age of Ultron star Mark Ruffalo stopped by The Daily Show Thursday night to promote his new film Infinity Polar Bear, an argument unexpectedly broke out … over who would win in a matchup between Superman and the Incredible Hulk.
For host Jon Stewart, there’s no contest: The Man of Steel would clearly triumph, at least if we’re talking about a standing high jump (which probably isn’t what most fans think of when they hear “Superman vs. Hulk”).
In what very well could be a precursor to Captain America: Civil War, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes squared off against each other last night in a no-holds-barred game of “Avengers Family Feud,” with the host Jimmy Kimmel caught in the middle.
On one side, Captain America (Chris Evans), Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner); on the other, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson). It was a fierce battle marked by cheating, widespread confusion, malfunctioning name tags and some pretty bad answers.
Mark Ruffalo doesn’t just fight to protect Earth on the big screen as Avengers member Bruce Banner. The actor also spends much of his time advocating for environmental causes like Water Defense, the nonprofit organization he co-founded. Now the actor has teamed up with GoRaff to raise money for the clean water initiative and give a lucky winner a truly mighty experience with the big screen Avengers.
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Sophie Caldecott is a hero and what she accomplished this past week is more inspiring than saving the world or defeating Ultron. I love a feel good story as much as the next person, and this one is a doozy.
In October 2011, her father Stratford Caldecott was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. He and his family have persevered through every treatment and now, three years later, the cancer has advanced to the final stages of the disease. Her father is a huge comic fan and often joked that he’d hang on just to see the next Marvel movie release; sadly, he wasn’t well enough to make it to the theaters to catch Captain America: The Winter Soldier. So starting last Monday, Sophie launched a simple campaign to get a copy of the movie to her father in his convalescence at home and to bring him some cheer in a difficult time.