Ruffalo revealed he's discussed returning to his role as Bruce Banner during an appearance at the C2E2 convention in Chicago, Illinois on Sunday, March 1, 2020, according to the SyFyWire website.
"There's some talk about it, but it's all kind of preliminary," Ruffalo told a fan who asked if he'd appear in the show. "It would be nice to see Banner, Hulk, Professor (or) somebody show up to help and to guide or be a gentle guiding presence of She-Hulk as a friend."
As for whether an appearance would include Banner/Hulk's involvement with She-Hulk's origin story in the comic books, in which Jennifer Walters, a cousin of Banner receives a Gamma-fuelled blood transfusion from him, Ruffalo said he thinks it likely.
"I would think so, yeah," Ruffalo said. "But I don't have much control over that."
"She-Hulk" is currently in development with a cast and premiere date yet to be announced.
The star also opened up about taking a role in a TV adaptation of Bong Joon-ho's Oscar-winning thriller "Parasite".
"I might be playing the father in Parasite on a television show," he shared. "I would love to do it. We're sort of waiting on the script and all that, but yeah, that's pretty much true and in the works."