Mark Ruffalo and Tony Shalhoub play estranged brothers in Arthur Miller's flawed 1968 play, "The Price."
In Arthur Millers The Price, Mark Ruffalo and Tony Shalhoub play at-odds brothers selling their dead fathers furniture to Danny DeVito. Long-buried secrets come as part of the deal.
From the moment he climbs onstage, cane in hand, specs at tip of nose, a snowy mustache and goatee encircling his mouth, and looking jauntily proper in three-piece pinstripe suit, Danny DeVito has us in the palm of his hands. Huffing...Show More Summary
Mark Ruffalo had some very strong words for Dan Stevens regarding Beauty And The Beast.
By now, you’ve surely heard that Thor: Ragnarok will be a kind of interstellar-road-trip buddy comedy, with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) playing the central mismatched duo. This sounds perfectly in the wheelhouse of director Taika Waititi, who knows a thing or two about odd couples. Show More Summary
When moviegoers reunite with Hulk later this year in Thor: Ragnarok, they'll notice a big change with him, according to Mark Ruffalo.
Show up with Mark Ruffalo and 20 camera guys, and I promise you we will not notice.
The arts and literature pages offer no respite from the New York Times political thrust. Lisa Birnbach hung out with actor Mark Ruffalo, perhaps best known for his role as The Hulk in the series of Avengers superhero movies, for herShow More Summary
After an 11-year absence, garnering Oscar nods and leading protests, Mr. Ruffalo returns to Broadway in Arthur Miller’s least-produced play.
Bidders paid $100,000 to dine with the starry cast on the set of Arthur Miller's 1968 drama "The Price."
A whole bunch of stars gathered at the Roundabout Theatre Company’s 2017 Spring Gala to honor four-time Tony Award winner, Frank Langella! Bryan Cranston, Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria, Kate Walsh, Mark Ruffalo and his son Bella Noche Ruffalo, Carla Gugino, Matthew Rhys, Danny DeVito and Constantine Maroulis stepped out to show their support [...]
The Obamas just can't quit Broadway. Former President Barack Obama and his daughter Malia Obama have caught a new revival of Arthur Miller's The Price, the AP reports They attended the play starring Danny DeVito, Mark Ruffalo, Tony Shalhoub, and Jessica Hecht at the American Airlines Theatre on Friday. In...
President Barack Obama continued his father-daughter time in New York City by taking Malia to see a new production of an Arthur Miller play last night. They also met the cast of The Price—Malia is probably a fan of It's Only Sunny in Philadelphia, right? [ more › ]
A holiday weekend, three new shows, plus Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sally Field and Mark Ruffalo adding more star power to a roster that already sees fans lining up outside the Barrymore Theatre, angling for Cate Blanchett’s autograph, Broadway saw a 29 per cent jump at the box office last week. Show More Summary
Mark Ruffalo is making his grand return to Broadway! The 49-year-old Avengers actor, who’s only Broadway credit was in the 2006 revival of Awake and Sing!, is set to star in a revival of Arthur Miller‘s The Price. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Mark Ruffalo The play, which is scheduled to begin performances [...]
The lineup of "We Stand United" speakers in front of the Trump International Hotel included Michael Moore, Rosie Perez, Mark Ruffalo, Cher, Shailene Woodley, Robert de Niro, and Alec Baldwin. [ more › ]
Here’s full video of last night’s massive NYC Trump protest in front of Trump International Hotel featuring Robert De Niro, Michael Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Rosie Perez, Al Sharpton, Julianne Moore, Cynthia Nixon, Sally Field, and more.Show More Summary
Baldwin joined other celebrities speaking out against Trump, including Robert De Niro, Sally Field and Mark Ruffalo
As President-elect Donald Trump spent his first night in Washington ahead of his inauguration, New Yorkers descended on Trump Tower to protest his presidency and his message. Michael Moore, Al Sharpton, Mark Ruffalo, Cher and Julianne...Show More Summary
Tonight Robert Deniro, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Moore, Cher, Alec Baldwin and a host of other influential people, including mayor Bill De Blasio and his wife, gathered at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in New York City for an anti-Trump rally. Show More Summary