Mark Ruffalo Apologizes To Marvel Over Livestreaming Part Of 'Thor: Ragnarok'

Heading into the premiere of Thor: Ragnarok earlier this week, Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo wanted to bring the fans -- or whole world -- to the early screening. Ruffalo accidentally livestreamed the audio from Thor: Ragnarok's premiere on Instagram, a forgivable slip the actor is now apologizing for.

Ruffalo, who has a habit of giving away too many details, took to social media following the goof to apologize to Marvel after several media outlets had written about the debacle.

"I felt bad you weren't there with me," Ruffalo wrote. "I snuck you in. In my pocket."

One story claimed Ruffalo would be a bit more careful with his phone going forward and the actor quickly agreed. "I'd say that's safe to say," Ruffalo wrote.

Though the first tweets were mostly humorous, the actor got a little bit more serious with an actual apology sent to Marvel. "All kidding aside... I'm sorry @Marvel," Ruffalo wrote. "Can I have my phone back?" Of course, this is a joking jab at Marvel's intense amount of secrecy enforced on every cast and crew member for their films.

One fan asked Ruffalo if he still has a job as the Hulk after such a slip up with a tightly run company. "I'm working on it," he wrote.

But, yes, Ruffalo does still have a job. He is set to reprise his role as Bruce Banner and the Hulk in Avengers: Infinity War about half a year after the release of Thor: Ragnarok.

Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3, 2017.