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I added pictures of Mark attending the Foxcatcher premiere at the New York Film Festival:
Mark is featured on currently Vanity Fair Italy issue, and I added scans:
Participant Media has announced that principal photography for Spotlight began today in Boston, before leasing in Toronto next week. The film stars Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Stanley Tucci and more. Check the official press release:
September 25, 2014, Boston, MA /3BL Media/ – Principal photography begins today on Academy Award®-nominee Thomas McCarthy’s riveting drama SPOTLIGHT, starring Mark Ruffalo (The Normal Heart, The Kids are All Right), Michael Keaton (Birdman), Rachel McAdams (Midnight in Paris), Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan) and Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games). Written by McCarthy and Josh Singer (The Fifth Estate), SPOTLIGHT is a co-production of Anonymous Content and Rocklin/Faust, financed by Participant Media, and will be distributed by Open Road Films in the U.S. and by Entertainment One internationally.
Joining the cast are John Slattery (Mad Men), Brian d’Arcy James (Smash), Billy Crudup (Blood Ties) and Jamey Sheridan (Homeland). SPOTLIGHT will shoot in Boston for one week and then head to Toronto where filming will continue until the end of November.
As part of the Climate Pledge Campaign, Mark, model Lily Cole, and MP for Bexhill & Battle/Former Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change Greg Barker attendrf Mark Ruffalo Takes The Meat Free Pledge at Ritz Carlton Hotel in New York City. Mark has tweeted a few days ago about the Meat Free Mondays, an initiative launched this month. According to the website, 14.5% of global carbon emissions are directly related to meat production. It’s the campaign’s hope that going vegetarian for at least one day a week will combat climate change in a major way. It will hopefully also act as a first step, paving the way for people to eat even less meat, or adopt a total vegetarian or vegan diet.
As a vegetarian myself, I highly approve it! Also, watch here the campaign video Sir Paul McCartney has made.
I’m here primarily for my children. I want to see the leaders of the world hear the will of the people and begin to implement 100% renewable energy for 100% of the people.
Tens of thousands of protesters — Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo among them — marched Sunday calling for global action on climate change. The two-mile People’s Climate March began at 11:30 a.m., packing Central Park West, Sixth Ave. and concluding at 34th St. and 11th Ave.
Participants came from all backgrounds — environmental activists walked next to indigenous peoples groups, victims of Hurricane Sandy, labor unions and religious groups, to name a few. They pushed a variety of causes, from anti-fracking to opposition of the Keystone pipeline stretching from Canada to the United States.
The march coincides with the city’s climate week, which de Blasio kicked off by announcing a commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80% of 2005 levels by 2050.
Mark also recorded this video to Amazon Watch while he joined their sunrise ceremony in Central Park to receive blessings from indigenous leaders from around the world who are on the front lines of climate change.
LATIMES – Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Emma Watson, Judi Dench and director Mike Leigh were announced Thursday morning as this year’s honorees for the BAFTA Los Angeles Jaguar Britannia Awards.
The honors will be presented at a ceremony Oct. 30 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel hosted by comic and actor Rob Brydon. BBC America will air the show on Nov. 2. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles board of directors chooses the recipients.
Ruffalo, who was nominated for an Emmy this year for the HBO film “The Normal Heart” and will be seen in November in “Foxcatcher,” is being honored with the Britannia Humanitarian Award for his work with Water Defense. Ruffalo co-founded a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping waterways and drinking water sources free from contamination. Prior winners include Idris Elba and Don Cheadle.
Last night Mark and wife Sunrise Coigney attended the opening night of This is Our Youth on Broadway, and I have a few pictures of their arrival: