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Mark Ruffalo smashes Boris Johnson's attempt to compare the Hulk with Brexit

Mashable Monday, 16 September 2019
If you're going to use metaphors that involve well-loved superheroes, you'd better be prepared for them to strike back.

This was something UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson discovered on Sunday after he made the mistake of comparing Britain leaving the EU with the Incredible Hulk breaking free of his restraints.

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Mark Ruffalo has slammed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for comparing himself to his Avengers character the Hulk

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