The third time’s the charm for baby-makin’ Mark Ruffalo.
The Reservation Road thesp and his wife, Sunrise Coigney, welcomed their third child, a daughter, last month.
Details on the stork delivery are virtually nonexistent, with the press-shy couple failing to disclose the girl’s name, vital statistics or indeed any additional information on the delivery, save for the fact it took place in Los Angeles sometime before the Halloween holiday. News of the delivery was first reported by People.
Mark Ruffalo and his wife Sunrise Coigney are celebrating the birth of their third child. The Zodiac star and Coigney welcomed a daughter into the world in Los Angeles. As Wenn went to press the baby girl’s name and date of birth were unknown. Ruffalo and Coigney married in 2000 and have a six-year-old son, Keen, and a two-year-old daughter, Bella.
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Mark Ruffalo and Ethan Hawke will play Boston thugs in the true-life crime drama “Real Men Cry.”
Hawke and Ruffalo’s respective characters, Paulie and Brian, are childhood friends forced to survive on the tough streets of South Boston through a life of petty thievery. They join a local gang of criminals, but Brian finds it hard to reconcile his work and friendship with Paulie and his relationship with his wife (Amanda Peet) and son.
First-time feature director Brian Goodman based Ruffalo’s character on his own experiences with a friend who is now serving 100 years in prison for armed robbery.
“Reservation Road” falls victim to a common affliction of parallel-action narratives: One story is far more meaningful and emotionally affecting than the other. Director Terry George’s latest film is about how grief, guilt and introspection emerge in two men involved in a fatal accident. It tries to mix an intensely internalized Mark Ruffalo performance with Joaquin Phoenix’s scenes, which descend into a contrived haze of investigatory paranoia. It’s a character drama mistakenly reworked as a tense thriller.
Nobody does sheepish guilt like Mark Ruffalo. The doggedly boyish-looking actor from You Can Count On Me, We Don’t Live Here Anymore and (as proof he can do rom-coms as well as the next guy) 13 Going On 30 has a real penchant for playing remorseful dudes. That quality is perfect for his role as Reservation Road’s Dwight Arno, the man who leaves behind Ethan and Grace Learner’s (Joaquin Phoenix and Jennifer Connelly) son in a hit-and-run and then must live with the consequences. I spoke with Ruffalo during the Film Festival, where, fittingly, he spent the entire interview in shadow.