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As you can see, we have a new layout up here at Mark Ruffalo Central. It was supposed to be finished to celebrate Mark’s birthday, I didn’t had time to finish it, but finally its done. I decided to celebrate Mark’s career on this one, featuring many of his awesome roles in our header. I hope you enjoy it, and let me know if you see any error.
There’s tons of content to catch up, I will be updating our pages later today.
Last Sunday (November 16) Mark appeared on CBS Sunday Profile, for another amazing interview.
Actor Mark Ruffalo is a man of many talents — as Anthony Mason discovers in our Sunday Profile. The actor Mark Ruffalo was a championship wrestler in high school. For his role in the new film “Foxcatcher,” he goes back to the mat. Was it the most physical role he’s had? “Oh yeah, it was tough,” he said. “I was in a lot of pain and I hurt myself a lot.” (Read more)
A new extended Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer that made its way online today offers a few seconds of fresh footage for famished fans. For the most part, the new trailer combines the scenes we already saw in the teaser trailer from Oct. 22 and the extended trailer from Oct. 29. But there are a couple of new glimpses to sate Marvel obsessives, so check it:
Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters on May 1, 2015.
In many ways, Mark Ruffalo saved the best for last this year.
When “The Normal Heart” premiered to critical hosannas (and ultimately a slew of Emmy nominations, including one for Ruffalo), his performance as Ned Weeks seemed incapable of being topped. Ruffalo found the heart under the prickly exterior of the Larry Kramer manqué in the writer’s fictionalized retelling of the early days of the AIDS crisis in New York City and the founding of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis. Fearless and furious (much as the real Kramer), Ruffalo’s Ned is also capable of heart-rending vulnerability, as when he nurses his dying husband and rages against the bureaucracy that willingly turns a blind eye to the deaths of thousands of homosexual men.
And then came “Foxcatcher.”
Ruffalo also had a charming, affable leading-man turn in “Begin Again” this year, as a weary record label exec whose passion for music is reignited by a young singer-songwriter, but his turn as real-life Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz in Bennett Miller’s retelling of a bizarre true story is a prime example of an actor at the peak of his powers.
A former wrestler himself, Ruffalo took on the role partly because he had never seen the sport represented on film in the way he knew it to be. But a righty 46-year-old playing a lefty 33-year-old presented its own particular challenges.
Photos of Mark Ruffalo with Jessica Chastain recording the Variety Actors on Actors this Saturday (08) has been added to the gallery. As previously announced, they’re part of the episodes “Actors on Actors” Variety is doing this month, which will start streaming on Variety’s website next November 18.
Variety reported today that Actors on Actors Conversations are coming to be shown on PBS SoCal. The interview show features one-on-one conversations between actors and actresses including Mark Ruffalo, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jake Gyllenhaal, Reese Witherspoon and Jessica Chastain in discussion with one another about their craft and films.
Four episodes of the Variety Studio series will air, starting on December 21 at 7 p.m. Subsequent episodes are set for Sunday, December 28 at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. and on January 4 at 7 p.m. WNET in New York will also air the series, which will be distributed to PBS stations around the country in January. The videos will also stream on Variety.com beginning November 18.
Featured conversations will include: Cumberbatch (“The Imitation Game”) with Edward Norton (“Birdman”), Gyllenhaal (“Nightcrawler”) with Patricia Arquette (“Boyhood”), Josh Brolin (“Inherent Vice”) with J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”), Oscar Isaac (“A Most Violent Year”) with Gugu Mbatha Raw (“Belle”), Eddie Redmayne (“Theory of Everything”) with Laura Dern (“Wild”), Witherspoon (“Wild”) with Michael Keaton (“Birdman”), Hilary Swank (“Homesman”) with Tilda Swinton (“Snowpiercer”), Keira Knightley “(The Imitation Game”) with Ethan Hawke (“Boyhood”), Jessica Chastain (“A Most Violent Year & Interstellar”) with Mark Ruffalo (“Foxcatcher”), David Oyelewo (“Selma”) with Jack O’Connell (“Unbroken”), Jenny Slate (“Obvious Child”) with Felicity Jones (“Theory of Everything”), Marion Cotillard (“Two Days, One Night”) with Timothy Spall (“Mr. Turner”), Christoph Waltz (“Big Eyes”) with Ralph Fiennes (“Grand Budapest Hotel”), Jennifer Aniston (“Cake”) with Emily Blunt (“Into The Woods”), and James Corden (“Into The Woods”) with Kevin Costner (“Black and White”).
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
“We’re warriors, this culture, and we’re very puritanical about sex and very embracing about violence and I don’t know why that is.” by Mark Ruffalo
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