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I’ve updated the gallery with 15 pictures of Mark in New York last week talking about his Clean Energy Project. You can check them out by clicking on the preview below:



In “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which opened at No.1 at the box office this spring, the Incredible Hulk and his Marvel superhero comrades ward off such evils as an army of robot drones, a villain with superhuman speed and an artificial intelligence system set on exterminating the human race.

But in the real world, where the problems are decidedly less supernatural,Mark Ruffalo — the 47-year-old actor underneath the Hulk makeup and muscular green digital imaging — works just as hard to save the planet.

Case in point: Last week, Ruffalo helped launch the 100& campaign through The Solutions Project, which he co-founded. The campaign’s goal is to make clean energy accessible and affordable for 100 percent of the population by providing tools to switch to clean energy (such as a hotline to help find quality service providers) and spotlighting stories of clean energy leadership. Today, 91 communities in Illinois are operating on 100 percent renewable electricity. [more at source]

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When last seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mark Ruffalo‘s Bruce Banner was flying off into the unknown so that his alter ego, the Hulk, wouldn’t bring harm to Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow. Could the Hulk return in a movie of his own? Ruffalo, who plays Banner, says, “We talk about it, but right now it’s impossible to do a Hulk spinoff.” That’s because rights to the Hulk remain divided between Marvel and Universal, which released the tepidly received 2003 Hulk, starring Eric Bana, as well as the 2008 reboot The Incredible Hulk, with Edward Norton.

While Marvel holds character rights — allowing the Hulk to rampage through the two Avengers movies — Universal has distribution rights to any stand-alone Hulk movie. After Disney bought Marvel for $4 billion in 2009, Marvel acquired distribution rights to the first two Iron Man movies,Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger from Paramount, but it has yet to strike a similar deal with Universal for the Hulk. (A potential complicating factor: Universal separately holds specified theme-park rights to several Marvel characters that Disney would like to have.) Declining comment on whether a deal is in the offing, Marvel’s Kevin Feige does reassure fans, “We know where we’re taking the character next within the films that we have announced.” [source]


Mark Ruffalo spent his twenties drifting through what he estimates as 600 failed auditions, and later quit Hollywood twice – but these days, he seems to have it all figured out. Especially since he was belted by gamma rays. “As an actor, you can do everything,” says Ruffalo, 48, who’s following Avengers: Age of Ultron with a role as a bipolar dad in the indie drama Infinitely Polar Bear,opening in theaters today. “I grew up in the theater, and you could do a musical, a comedy, a tragedy. Those kind of boundaries don’t really exist – and so I put on the Hulk mask for a little while, or I put on the Begin Again mask for a little while.”

Hanging out in a West Village coffee house and in Central Park in his interview for our Hulk cover story, Ruffalo had plenty to say: Here’s more from the conversation.

Playing the Hulk changed everything
“I’m like a Depression-era person, as far as acting goes,” he says. “It’s sort of like, grab it while you can and make the most of what’s in front of you. The first Avengers opened up a host of things that I’ve been struggling to get made for a long period of time. It created this whole, sort of, avalanche of work. And then I was kinda like, “You know what, you’re 45, this is the pocket, now. So I was also like, I want to really get a nice body of work out there to really open up the margins of how I’m perceived, you know?” [more at source]


The movie stars launched “100%,” a campaign aimed at making energy from renewable sources available to everyone – and making it affordable.

DiCaprio has spent much of the last few years toward environmental and animal conservation efforts. At Thursday night’s event, the actor said the clean energy movement was no longer about politics, but humanity.

“This is a grassroots people’s movement but the ambition of this movement is absolutely revolutionary. Clean energy grows local economies,” he told the crowd.

The event was held at a community garden in New York City. Musicians and dancers entertained the crowd while a solar-powered pizza truck provided food. A solar powered cell phone charging station was also available.

Ruffalo – a co-founder of the campaign – called it a “serious issue.” [more at source]


Are you over your “Age of Ultron” hangover? Well, get excited True Believers because filming is already well underway on Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War.” The sequel has becoming highly anticipated not just because its following up one of one of the studio’s most critically acclaimed productions, “Captain America: Winter Soldier,” but because it may end up being an unintentional mini-“Avengers” movie.”If Robert Downey, Jr. says I’m in ‘Captain America,’ I’m in ‘Captain America’ dammit,” Ruffalo says laughing. “And I will wait for the day that my call sheet shows up at my doorstep or my script. At this point, I’m told that I’m in it by Robert, which I’ll take as biblical, but I just haven’t heard or seen from production yet.” [more at source]

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I’ve updated the gallery with 6 photos of Mark attending The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, You can check them out by clicking on the preview below:

And check out the following clip from the interview:


I’ve updated the site with over 70 pictures of Mark attending the Los Angeles Film Festival premiere of his upcoming movie, “Infinitely Polar Bear”. You can check it out by clicking on the preview below:


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My name is Mouza and I’m the new owner of Mark Ruffalo Central. I’d like to thank Lilac for letting me take over the site, Mark have been one of my favorite actors for over a decade and it’s gonna be a pleasure to run a fansite on him.

I wanted to revamp the site a bit so my friend Kaci was nice enough to make us a beautiful temporary header until we get a brand new look. Other than that, I updated the gallery with over 100 photos of the latest events that Mark attended in June so far, you can check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:


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