Frank Grillo Explains Why 'Crossbones' Could Take Out 'Hulk' In A Future Marvel Movie

Frank Grillo Explains Why 'Crossbones' Could Take Out 'Hulk' In A Future Marvel Movie

Frank Grillo Explains Why 'Crossbones' Could Take Out 'Hulk' In A Future Marvel Movie

Frank Grillo makes a very interesting case in regards to how and why Crossbones could take down any member of The Avengers with his superior fighting skills, and recalls his intense fight scenes with Chris Evans in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Read on for details!


In a lengthy profile over at Entertainment Weekly (it's well worth reading in its entirety, so be sure to head on over to the site to check it out), Frank Grillo - who is still playing coy about possibly returning as Crossbones in Captain America: Civil War - shared his thoughts on what makes the villain such a formidable foe. "He is not good and not bad, Crossbones. He’s just a guy who’s defending his ideology, and he’s a badass. He has no super powers. He’s a mercenary," the actor said about what about the role appeals to him. "Here’s the deal about Crossbones. The Hulk is just a big thug who comes at you. He comes out swinging. Crossbones is much smarter than that. Plus, he’s got weapons. The Hulk has no weapons. He’s an idiot. And he’s green. Crossbones doesn’t lose to people who are green. I’ll fight any of those guys. Any of them." 

Of course, he might just get that chance to take on more members of Earth's Mightiest Heroes when Captain America and Iron Man go to war in 2016! Regardless, the actor then looked back at his time battling it out with Steve Rogers in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and revealed a pretty humourous story about how he and Chris Evans beat each other up to ensure the scene looked as brutal as possible. "There were a couple times in that elevator scene where [Evans] said, ‘Dude, you’re hitting me.'I go, ‘We are in an elevator. My stunt guy’s not coming in here. They won’t be able to shoot your face. We gotta do this.’ And we just start punching each other. We did that scene for six days. We were literally covered in black and blues. That’s why I love him." Are you looking forward to the return of Crossbones? Share your thoughts below.
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