MCU’s Incredible Hulk Mark Ruffalo has called Boris Johnson the fuck out after the UK Prime Minister likened the Brexit situation to Bruce Banner in a recent interview, 9 News reports.

The Prime Minister gave an interview with UK publication the Mail on Sunday, where he described how Britain was going to escape the European Union like Bruce Banner breaks free from constraints by well… hulking the fuck up.

“Banner might be bound in manacles, but when provoked he would explode out of them,’ the PM said. “Hulk always escaped, no matter how tightly bound in he seemed to be – and that is the case for this country. We will come out on October 31 and we will get it done. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets.”

Yep, that’s where we’re currently at with politics. The British PM is likening the country to a fictional superhero who turns green and smashes things.

But Mark Ruffalo was quick to respond to the PM with a swift but sassy tweet.

Ruffalo, who has been the actual Hulk in the Marvel films since 2012 was not about to let his beloved character get used to push a political motive that he didn’t agree with. Mark was one of many critics who pointed out Johnson’s fundamental misunderstanding of what the Hulk stands for.

Mark Ruffalo is no stranger to voicing his political opinions online. He’s publicly supported Bernie Sanders in the past, and is an avid climate change activist when he’s not hulking up.

The UK is currently in the middle of the huge Brexit shit storm, but Johnson is convinced that Britain will yeet themselves the fuck out of the EU by the end of October. However, British MPs have just passed a law that will require Johnson to ask for an extension on the Brexit situation until the end of October if he can’t secure a deal by October 19.

“If we can make enough progress in the next few days, I intend to go to that crucial summit… and finalise an agreement that will protect the interests of business and citizens on both sides of the channel, and on both sides of the border in Ireland,” Johnson said.

Britain was due to leave the EU back on March 29 of this year, two years after former PM Theresa May began the formal process to be removed from the European Union. It’s been a long three years of decisions that sounds like a nasty divorce, but if Johnson get’s his way, a deal could be reached as soon as the end of October.

Until then, at least we’ve got Mark Ruffalo to keep it real.

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