Mark Ruffalo has revealed that there are no plans for a standalone Hulk film at the moment.
There had been rumours that the 45-year-old would reprise his role as the mean, green monster in a spin-off movie, but he has now denied the stories on Twitter.
"A lot of folks have been asking about the Next Hulk. The next time you see my Hulk it will be in the Avengers 2. No plans for stand alone," he wrote.
The Kids Are All Right star has hopes for a Hulk film, but said it won't happen anytime soon.
"I am not giving up on another stand alone Hulk. But it's not in the works right now. One never knows what the future will bring," he added.
Latino Review claimed that the Hulk and his human alter-ego Bruce Banner will star in his own movie, based on the comic book Planet Hulk, which would take place after the second Avengers Assemble film in 2015.
Mark, like many of the Avengers stars, has signed a six-picture deal with Marvel to cover sequels and spin-off films.
Marvel executive Kevin Feige told MTV last year the Hulk could star in his own movie after Avengers Assemble 2 and said that Planet Hulk and World War Hulk were "cool stories".