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A new, slightly extended Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer has hit and it includes a bit more action but also, more from James Spader’s Ultron. God, Spader has the best voice for this. Ultron has some great monologues and I can’t wait to hear Spader go to town on them. The patronizing way he says “I know you mean well” kills me. Full Story
Last summer Now You See Me, the movie about bank-robbing magicians, trucked to over $117 million at the domestic box office, qualifying it as a sleeper hit. Accordingly, it’s getting a sequel, because movies can no longer stand alone. If it makes even the least little bit of money, it’s going to get sequelized (see also: Hansel & Gretel 2: Hahahaha). Full Story
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Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr were honoured last night at the Britannia Awards in LA. Mark was presented with the Humanitarian Award for his work in advocating for clean water. Because, yes, he’s the best. Always. Even Dame Judi Dench thinks so. RDJ received the Stanley Kubrick Britannia For Excellence In Film. Full Story
Rachel McAdams and Mark Ruffalo. They’re shooting a new movie called Spotlight. It’s about The Boston Globe’s coverage of all that sick sh-t those Catholic priests were doing to those kids. Yesterday they were all at Fenway – in my mind the most gorgeous ballpark in the world – shooting scenes with Roger Sterling. Full Story
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Nobody's saying Channing Tatum can't pull his weight. But with Foxcatcher, in walks a real contender: an all-around movie star and actor. Tatum plays Olympic Gold Medal-winning wrestler Mark Schultz, who walks into a room, shoulders first, with his jaw always clenched. Naive and living a mostly solitary life, he trains with his brother, a fellow celebrated wrestler, Dave (Mark Ruffalo), then comes home to a bowl of Ramen. Full Story
Sasha was working in the etalk TIFF lounge yesterday and taunted me with some Mark Ruffalo. He came in for an interview.
Her text: Mark Ruffalo kissed me.
I’m telling you. I have to keep telling you. Everybody loves Mark Ruffalo. A friend of mine spent almost an hour talking to him this weekend at a party and he was the nicest and sweetest and super fun and that’s all it was – noooooo hint of more, not a sniff of anything pervy. He totally doesn’t put that out there. He is not that guy.
But I got Sasha back. Because last night I decided to stop in at the Trump Lobby bar before heading into the Grey Goose afterparty for 99 Homes and there he was, hanging with Channing Tatum, in a small group. Read Full Intro
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All the Sherlocks are cupping each other today over Benedict Cumberbatch’s win. And I got yelled at for saying on the liveblog that I don’t live in a world where Benedict Cumberbatch > Mark Ruffalo. Sorry. The show is fiiiiiiiine. I just don’t have the acquired taste. And if Mark Ruffalo’s part of that conversation, that’s the only flavour I’m interested in. Full Story
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First, Marvel’s panel started nearly twenty minutes late. Then, they didn’t announce anything new, except that the Guardians of the Galaxy’s pre-destined sequel will open on July 28, 2017. There was no news on Dr. Strange, or long-awaited confirmation of a Black Panther and/or Captain Marvel movie. Full Story
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I really, really want to see Begin Again. Love Keira Knightley. LOVE Mark Ruffalo. Have you seen him in the poster? Check out the poster. How his legs are arranged, how rumpled and adorable his hair is. You know why I’m afraid to see Begin Again? Um. Full Story
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At the Foxcatcher photo call today in Cannes – Mark Ruffalo, Channing Tatum, Steve Carell, with director Bennett Miller ahead of the big premiere and looking very confident after the press screenings. Miller delivers great work, work that’s worth waiting for. Last time it was Moneyball which went on to receive several Oscar nominations. Full Story
The first trailer for Ryan Murphy’s The Normal Heart was released this weekend. The film premieres on HBO on May 25th. Mark Ruffalo, Taylor Kitsch, Matt Bomer, and Julia Roberts in a wheelchair. I can’t wait to see this. Not only because MARK RUFFALO but because for those of us who grew up 80s, who lived through the onset of AIDS/HIV, this is the story to tell. Full Story
It’s all about timing, isn’t it? We accept that celebrities have a platform, and that they’re asked to use it at every opportunity. You’ve heard the expression "they can’t say yes to everything" but I actually think it’s worth mentioning how often celebs are approached by their state senates, their high schools, their local rotary clubs – anyone who can claim the tiniest piece of you will ask for some. Full Story