It’s not every day you get to work with one of the Avengers! In a new interview with Closer Weekly, Victor Garber recalled what it was like working with Mark Ruffalo, a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and said it’s been a very pleasant experience.

“Oh, Mark Ruffalo’s a nightmare like everybody says!” he joked exclusively with Closer Weekly at the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance Style Lab on Wednesday, November 6 about working with the actor on their 2019 film Dark Waters, before getting serious. “He’s the greatest. I mean, I’d just like to work with him all the time.”


In the film, Mark, 51, and Victor, 70, star alongside Oscar winners Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins. Mark plays a corporate defense attorney who stumbled upon a big secret that a large corporation has been trying to hide. While trying to uncover the truth, he finds himself at death’s door multiple times in a heroic effort to save the public.

“It was the best screenplay I’ve read since Argo, so yeah I thought it was brilliant and also the people involved. It was like a gift for me! I loved it,” Victor explained.

Even though the movie’s cast is amazing, Victor wants his fans to check out his new project — in theaters on Friday, November, 22 — because it also deals with important topics like water containment issues. “The subject matter is so important and so timely and so disturbing, and I did see a screening of it so I can talk very supportively about it. It’s an incredible movie,” he noted.

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As one of Bradley Cooper‘s closest pals, having starred with him and Jennifer Garner on Alias, you can be sure the A Star Is Born actor/director, 44, will check out the movie.

“Bradley has forged an intense bond with Victor — and pals say he’s like a second father to him,” an insider previously revealed to Closer Weekly. “Bradley has been gravitating to father figures during the years since his own dad died, and nobody has played a more important advisory role to him in that time than Victor.”

We just love to see stars support one another!