Welcome to Mark Ruffalo Central, a fansite dedicated to the talented actor, director, writer & producer Mark Ruffalo. You certainly know Mark from movies like Just Like Heaven, 13 Going on 30, Zodiac and most recently, The Avengers. Here you'll find all the latest news, an extensive and frequently updated photo gallery, detailed information about Mark and much more. Enjoy!
To celebrate the Oscar weekend, Live with Kelly and Michael aired yesterday (20) a clip with some Oscar nominees/winners talking about their experiences and memories of the event. Watch the clip below, and screencaptures was added in our gallery.
Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana lead the movie that follows a manic-depressive father who attempts to raise his daughters following a breakdown after his wife goes to business school. A decent enough premise, but the depiction of the disease in the trailer comes across as both patronizing and cliché, and perhaps an insult to those who actually suffer this, and don’t get play the “it’s okay, I’m just being wacky” card. Watch it:
Mark and Sunrise attended last night the BAFTAs, in which Mark was nominated as Best Supporting Actor for his work in Foxcatcher. Unfortunately the award goes to JK Simmons – but it was amazing to have Mark’s work recognized this award season. Check the pictures added in our gallery:
Mark attended this Saturday the BAFTA Nominees Party in London. As you know, he’s one of the BAFTA nominees this year as Best Supporting Actor in 2015 and we can expect him to attend the ceremony this Sunday. Check pictures in our gallery.
Screendaily released the first official production still of Mark alongside his co-stars for the upcoming Spotlight. Check the image in bigger size on our gallery.
Exclusive first look at eOne’s anticipated drama Spotlight, about the Boston Globe investigation into sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
From left to right: Michael Keaton as Walter “Robby” Robinson, Spotlight Team editor; Liev Schreiber as Marty Baron, Boston Globe editor; Mark Ruffalo as Michael Rezendes, Boston Globe reporter; Rachel McAdams as Sacha Pfeiffer, Boston Globe reporter; John Slattery as Ben Bradlee, Jr., Boston Globe deputy managing editor; Brian d’Arcy James as Matt Carroll, Boston Globe reporter.
The Contender Conversations are a serie of video inteviews, realized by Indiewire and MoviesOnDemand, to actors and actresses running up for the awards season. Check out the videos below for details on how Ruffalo became involved with the project and got into character as a real person.
Cute overload! Back in 2011 Mark made a guest appearance on Sesame Street, on the segment Word of the Day: Empathy. My friend Renee sent me the promotional pictures and I noticed we didn’t have screen captures yet – until today. Check the images in our gallery, and if you didn’t yet, watch the cute video below:
The SAG Awards is currently taking place in Los Angeles, and Mark Ruffalo was just announced as Male Actor in a TV Movie or Mini Series winner for his work on The Normal Heart. The performance responsible for all my tears was finally recognized!
Mark didn’t attended, so we won’t have pretty photos and amazing speech. But hey! Congrats anyway, Mark!
Thank you @ryanmurphy24 for giving me the incredible part! Thank you Larry Kramer teaching is all a little more about love.
Crime | Drama Release: Nov 14, 2014
Role: David Schultz
Status: On Theaters PHOTOS | MORE INFOAvengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Action Release: May 1, 2015
Role: Bruce Banner / The Hulk
Status: Post Production PHOTOS | MORE INFOInfinitely Polar Bear (2015)
Comedy Release: TBA
Status: Post Production PHOTOS | MORE INFORumored/Attached
“But the frustration of not being seen, not having anyone acknowledge this great talent that I was sure was in me, was really frustrating.” by Mark Ruffalo
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