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Spotlight     

Variety – Entertainment One has inked sales on “Spotlight,” including a multi-territory deal with Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions. Pic, about the Boston Globe’s investigation into child abuse in the Catholic Church, stars Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams.

In addition to SPWA, which will handle Latin America, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe outside of the former Yugoslavia, Greece, Turkey, the Middle East, Israel and India, eOne has secured sales of the film in Italy (BIM), Portugal (Lusomundo), former Yugoslavia (Discovery), Baltic States (Estonian Theatrical Distribution), South Africa (Times Media), Hong Kong (Golden Scene), Indonesia (Queen), Singapore (Shaw), South Korea (Activers), Taiwan (Caichang), Thailand (Sahamongkol) and airline rights (EIM).

EOne is handling international sales of “Spotlight” in all territories outside of the U.K., Canada, Spain, Benelux and Australia/New Zealand, where the company is distributing the film directly, and in the U.S., where the film is being distributed by Open Road, which is planning for a wide release.

It is directed by Thomas McCarthy from a script by “The West Wing’s” Josh Singer and McCarthy, who was Oscar nominated for “Up” and won a BAFTA for “The Station Agent.” The film also stars Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci and John Slattery.

It is the true story of how a team of Boston Globe reporters uncovered the massive scandal of child abuse and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese, shaking the entire Catholic Church to its core.

Mark was once again on Reddit earlier today to discuss water usage and we had a great time reading his advocacy on the correct use of this resource – I am from Brazil and we’re experiencing a hard time on potable water. So a lot of his experience during all the time working on it worth reading.

But, of course, he was asked about the backlash against the film’s director, Joss Whedon – which deleted his twitter account this week after a huge backlash about the creative decisions he made regarding Black Widow.

I think it’s sad. Because I know how Joss feels about women, and I know that he’s made it a point to create strong female characters. I think part of the problem is that people are frustrated that they want to see more women, doing more things, in superhero movies, and because we don’t have as many women as we should yet, they’re very, very sensitive to every single storyline that comes up right now. But I think what’s beautiful about what Joss did with Black Widow – I don’t think he makes her any weaker, he just brings this idea of love to a superhero, and I think that’s beautiful.

If anything, Black Widow is much stronger than Banner. She protects him. She does her job, and basically they begin to have a relationship as friends, and I think it’s a misplaced anger. I think that what people might really be upset about is the fact that we need more superhuman women. The guys can do anything, they can have love affairs, they can be weak or strong and nobody raises an eyebrow. But when we do that with a woman, because there are so few storylines for women, we become hyper-critical of every single move that we make because there’s not much else to compare it to.

So I know Joss really well. I know what his values are. And I think it’s sad, because in a lot of ways, there haven’t been as many champions in this universe as Joss is and will continue to be. And I know it hurts him. I know it’s heavy on him. And the guy’s one of the sweetest, best guys, and I know him – as far as any man can be a champion for women, he is that.

So it’s been a little disheartening.

But I also see how much people love that aspect of it. There’s an equal amount of people who find the love interest between Banner and Black Widow to be a big standout. And it’s very satisfying to people. So it’s a movie. People are going to have their opinions. And that’s actually a great thing. The fact that this is a debate that’s coming out of this movie is probably a positive thing.

I just don’t think that people should get personal with Joss, because he really is – of anyone – an advocate for women. He’s a deeply committed feminist.

Mark attended yesterday in New York a screening of Avengers: Age of Ultron hosted by The Cinema Society & Audi. He was joined by co-stars Robert Downey Jr, Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Cobie Smulders and Aaron Johnson. Check pictures in our gallery:

InterviewVideo     

Our favorite busy bee was today on Live with Kelly and Michael, in New York, as part of the Avengers: Age of Ultron promotion. Watch the interview below:

The press coverage while in London was kinda crazy, and lots of videos have popped up during the week. You can find them all in this post:

InterviewVideo     

Mark visited The Graham Norton Show, alongside his co-stars Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, to promote Avengers: Age of Ultron. You can watch the interview below:

Gallery     

The Avengers assembled last week in New York for a jointed appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America, and you can watch part of the interview below:

Thanks to my lovely Bubbles for helping me with the pictures.

Magazines     

The current issue of Rolling Stone magazine has an interview with the Hulk himself. And, of course, he talks about angry, following the most known quote from the first Avengers film.

Check scans with full interview in our gallery:

Mark is currently in London, attending the European premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron with several of his cast mates. He has been busy this past days as well, visiting China and South Korea for premiere/press conferences. I have (finally) added pictures of all events in our gallery, mixed between MQ and HQ sized. Enjoy!

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Latest Projects
Foxcatcher (2015)
Crime | Drama
Release: Nov 14, 2014
Role: David Schultz
Status: On Theaters
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Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Action
Release: May 1, 2015
Role: Bruce Banner / The Hulk
Status: Post Production
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Infinitely Polar Bear (2015)
Comedy
Release: TBA
Role: Cameron
Status: Post Production
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