Hollywood depictions of mental illness usually are far off the mark. In Infinitely Polar Bear, Mark Ruffalo gives a rich, three dimensional, and deeply sympathetic performance as the bipolar father of two young girls.
The man who plays the Incredible Hulk is angry: “ angry that we are still debating climate change,” angry about fossil fuel investment and more. Using the far-left environmental website Grist on June 17, Mark Ruffalo leveraged his fame...Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By BRIAN HIATT 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. Show More Summary
Actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo have teamed up — and no, it’s not for a new movie. The movie stars are launching “100%,” a campaign aimed at making not only Read More The post Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo Join Forces For Clean Energy Campaign appeared first on Ecorazzi.
What's it like to put your art and reputation where your mouth is? Or to portray your Mom when she was your age, dealing with her bipolar Dad -- in a movie directed by...your Mom? Life imitating art imitating, well, life : Maya Forbes...Show More Summary
The actor made this passionate statement ahead of Tuesday's Senate vote. Actor Mark Ruffalo has been a passionate environmental activist in recent years who has both talked the talk, and walked the walk when it comes to achieving a fracking ban in his home state of New York. Show More Summary
While promoting Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mark Ruffalo expressed interest in making a new solo Hulk movie, and he also suggested a possible reason why it hasn’t happened yet: Universal still has the rights to distribute future Hulk films, which is something Marvel would need to figure out to move forward. Show More Summary
A couple months ago, actor Mark Ruffalo offered what seemed like a logical explanation for why Marvel Studios doesn't have plans for a second Hulk standalone movie. He told reporters that the studio didn't actually have the full rights...Show More Summary
Back in April, during publicity rounds for The Avengers: Age of Ultron, some new information surfaced regarding the future of The Incredible Hulk, and whether or not Marvel Studios had plans for Mark Ruffalo to get his own solo Hulk movie. Show More Summary
Much has been made in the last two months of actor Mark Ruffalo's comments about the future of the Marvel superhero Hulk on the big screen. In an interview with Collider, Ruffalo stated, "As far as a Hulk movie, a standalone Hulk movie, Marvel doesn’t really have the rights to [...]
The actor along with director Maya Forbes talk about their new movie.
In a bid to improve the efficiency of our everyday life as well as reducing our impact upon the environment, Leonardo DiCaprio has teamed up with long-time environmental advocate Mark Ruffalo in order to promote their new clean energy campaign,100%, armed with the motto “100 percent for the 100 percent”. Show More Summary
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...
This movie is just remarkable. It feels like an honor to watch, to be trusted with its story and message.
A few days ago we had a chance to sit down and talk to Mark Ruffalo about his upcoming film Infinitely Polar Bear. Cam Stuart (Mark Ruffalo) family wealth keeps him just barely afloat, while he struggles to live with manic depression. Show More Summary
Infinitely Polar Bear is the story of how love can provide the incentive to get better. Mark Ruffalo’s performance is gritty, believable and most certainly Oscar-Worthy.
Mark Ruffalo is superb as a man with bipolar disorder struggling to keep his family together. mpaa rating:R (For language.) Genre:Comedy, Drama Directed By: Maya Forbes Run Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Cast: Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, Keir...Show More Summary
Mark Ruffalo has a gift for believability. He may have a low-key version of movie-star charisma, but in between his scene-stealing appearances as Bruce Banner in the Avengers series he excels at bringing regular-seeming guys to life in movies like Foxcatcher, The Kids Are All Right, and Zodiac, among his many wonderful credits. Show More Summary
"We don’t need a superhero, but maybe we do need more people to get angry and turn that into action."
Trailer For Sundance’s DEUTSCHLAND 83!! Mark Ruffalo, Alan Rickman & James Taylor On FALLON!! Mindy Kaling & Adam Scott On SETH!! Wednesday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Premiering tonight: Ed Bassmaster Show (10pm CMT)...Show More Summary