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Mark Ruffalo is transforming.

With a string of films, from the lauded AIDS drama “The Normal Heart” to the musical rebirth tale “Begin Again” to the upcoming wrestling drama “Foxcatcher,” the man many know as the Hulk has muscled together a shape-shifting string of roles.

“You push and you work hard, you stay positive and eventually all the stars sort of align,” Ruffalo said in an interview. “I feel like I’m kind of in one of those moments where everything converges at one time. It’s been an interesting few years for me and kind of tough, just my inner-life. I feel like I had kind of a midlife thing going on. People close to me died. It’s just been a really reflective time and a growing time, so where I’m at right now feels like, ‘OK, I’m coming out of the other side of that and I survived it.'”

Ruffalo has two films premiering this week at the Toronto International Film Festival: Bennett Miller’s “Foxcatcher” (already a hit at Cannes) and the family drama “Infinitely Polar Bear” (already acclaimed at Sundance). The films cap a busy year for the actor, one that has already included the indie success “Begin Again,” in which he plays a wayward middle-aged record executive, and the Emmy-winning HBO drama “The Normal Heart,” based on Larry Kramer’s play about the early years of the AIDS outbreak in New York City. He’s also been shooting the “Avengers” sequel, “Age of Ultron.”

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Mark is in Toronto to promote his new film Foxcatcher (premiering tomorrow at 6pm) and he attended some parties last night. You can check pictures in our gallery:

FoxcatcherReviews     

Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo all look like serious Oscar contenders for their work in the film that won Bennett Miller Cannes’ best director prize

Bennett Miller’s first two feature films, Capote (2005) and Moneyball (2011), were both nominated for the best picture Oscar. His third, Foxcatcher, has already garnered him the best director prize at May’s Cannes Film Festival. But if Foxcatcher is to follow in the footsteps of Miller’s earlier films, it will have to resonate stateside, too, which is why so much attention was paid to its North American premiere at the Telluride Film Festival on Saturday morning.

A 134-minute version of the film, which has been slightly re-edited since Cannes, unspooled before a packed Palm Theatre — the same venue that the world premiere of Capote helped to open nine years ago — and, upon its conclusion, was met with a very strong ovation. Viewers seemed particularly impressed by the strong performances of the three men at the center of the film — Channing Tatum, Steve Carell and Mark Ruffalo — two of whom (Tatum and Carell) have never been accorded roles of this nature or been as good as they are in this film (Ruffalo is almost always great), and all three of whom received major applause (Carell’s being the loudest).

I have added the scans from the new issues of New York Magazine and Total Film. Thanks to Luciana and Claudia for those!

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Thanks to Luciana we’ve got HQ scans from Empire magazine October issue featuring The Avengers 2.

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I completed the photo coverage of Mark for the 2014 Emmy Awards. Enjoy them!







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Big congratulations to the cast of The Normal Heart for their win at the Emmys last night. I’ve added the first images of Mark during the event and will be adding more soon!

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Foxcatcher will Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday, September 8 at 6:00PM. Mark is also expected to attend the festival.

TIFF

When we first meet Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum), he’s already on the far side of his career peak. Since winning the gold at the 1984 Olympics, his life has been reduced to a lonesome routine of training, enlivened only by the occasional speaking engagement. When Mark is invited by John du Pont (Steve Carrell) to join the US team preparing for the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, he asks his brother to take part, but the smarter, more seasoned Dave (Mark Ruffalo, also appearing at the Festival in Infinitely Polar Bear) refuses to uproot his family for the sake of glories already achieved.

Mark moves to du Pont’s sprawling estate and becomes enveloped in a cocoon of wealth and eccentricity. Gun-loving, self-aggrandizing, and fiercely patriotic, du Pont spoils Mark with gifts and praise, even while pushing his limits with relentless training. Dave is eventually coaxed into joining Mark on “Team Foxcatcher,” but there is something disquieting about du Pont’s generosity. As they near a triumph at the Seoul Olympics, Mark’s pent-up rage threatens to collide with du Pont’s fevered paranoia, and the combination is disastrous.

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A 3-D film by Jean-Luc Godard, a hotly anticipated wrestling thriller by Bennett Miller and new works by the seasoned directors David Cronenberg and Mike Leigh are among the 30 films that will make up the main slate of this year’s New York Film Festival, the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Wednesday.

Along with Mr. Godard’s “Goodbye to Language,” his 39th feature film, and Mr. Miller’s “Foxcatcher,” about a schizophrenic coach, the 52nd annual festival will show Mr. Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars,” starring Julianne Moore, and Mr. Leigh’s “Mr. Turner,” about the English artist J.M.W. Turner. All four works won awards at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

Additional titles include “The Wonders,” an Italian film about a family of beekeepers that won the director, Alice Rohrwacher, the Grand Prix at Cannes, and “Whiplash,” by Damien Chazelle, which looks at the struggles of a young musician and collected the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The festival will also show the United States premiere of “Time Out of Mind” by Oren Moverman, who directed “The Messenger” and wrote “Jesus Son” and “I’m Not There.”

As previously announced, the festival will open with the world premiere of David Fincher’s “Gone Girl,” based on the best-selling book by Gillian Flynn, and close with “Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance,” starring Michael Keaton.

Its centerpiece film, “Inherent Vice” – described by Kent Jones, director of the New York Film Festival as “a phantasmagorical journey through the past” – was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and is based on the novel by Thomas Pynchon.

The festival runs Sept. 26 to Oct. 12. A full list of the main slate films is here.

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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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  • 07.18.14 - Begin Again Released in Sweden
  • 07.24.14 - Begin Again Released in Hungary
  • 08.14.14 - Begin Again Released in Germany
  • 09.18.14 - Begin Again Released in Denmark
  • 11.14.14 - Foxcatcher Released in the US
  • 11.28.14 - Foxcatcher Released in Sweden
  • 01.21.15 - Foxcatcher Released in France
  • 02.19.15 - Foxcatcher Released in Netherlands
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