• (Photos) Fashion Group International, Night Of Stars 2018
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  • Variety published today a sneak peek of the Actors on Actors conversations between Mark Ruffalo and Jessica Chastain. The full video will air next January on PBS.

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  • November 28, 2014
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  • Mark came to his Instagram yesterday to reveal the begins of ‘Now You See Me‘ sequel production. In the posted picture, we can see the title ‘Now You See Me: The Second Act’.

    And so it begins… Now You See Me…again.

    A photo posted by Mark Ruffalo (@markruffalo) on

    Now You See Me: The Second Act also stars Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and also Daniel Radcliffe, Lizzy Caplan, and Jay Chou. Isla Fisher won’t return for her role. It’s set for a June 10, 2016 release.

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  • November 26, 2014
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  • Yesterday was revealed the 30th Film Independent Spirit Award nominations and Foxcatcher earned something called a “Special Distinction Award“. The film was ineligible due to Film Independent’s $20 million ceiling on budgets.

    In 2006, the board determined a budget ceiling of $20 million, including post-production work. (Before that, budgets went as high as $22 million.) The rules state that any variations are at the sole discretion of the nominating committee and Film Independent.

    The org does not define “independent” solely on financial terms. A studio film can be considered an indie “if the subject matter is original and provocative,” according to Film Independent. In terms of financing, the org looks for “economy of means” and “percentage of financing from independent sources.”

    The film needs to be American, which means it has a U.S. citizen or permanent resident in at least two of three categories: director, writer and producer. Alternately, a film can be considered American if it is set primarily in the U.S. and at least 70% financed by U.S.-based companies. Everything else is considered international.
    Film Independent criteria

    Begin Again, unfortunately, was completely ignored.

    The awards ceremony is traditionally held the day before the Oscar ceremony, in the case of next year, it’s Feb. 21 on the beach in Santa Monica, Calif. and will air live on IFC at 2 PM PT/ 5 PM. ET

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  • November 26, 2014
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  • As you can see, we have a new layout up here at Mark Ruffalo Central. It was supposed to be finished to celebrate Mark’s birthday, I didn’t had time to finish it, but finally its done. I decided to celebrate Mark’s career on this one, featuring many of his awesome roles in our header. I hope you enjoy it, and let me know if you see any error.
    There’s tons of content to catch up, I will be updating our pages later today.

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  • November 26, 2014
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  • Foxcatcher is featured on Total Film, on its January issue, and my friend Lindsey from rachelmcadams.org just sent in scans. Check it:

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  • November 23, 2014
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  • Today Mark is celebrating his 47th birthday and we would like to wish him a Happy Birthday on behalf of the site and the fans. We hope he will have an amazing day with his family and friends!

    Feel free to leave your birthday wishes here in the comments section, or send in Mark’s official twitter: @markruffalo. (Gif credit: ringasunn)

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  • November 22, 2014
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  • Last Sunday (November 16) Mark appeared on CBS Sunday Profile, for another amazing interview.

    Actor Mark Ruffalo is a man of many talents — as Anthony Mason discovers in our Sunday Profile. The actor Mark Ruffalo was a championship wrestler in high school. For his role in the new film “Foxcatcher,” he goes back to the mat. Was it the most physical role he’s had? “Oh yeah, it was tough,” he said. “I was in a lot of pain and I hurt myself a lot.” (Read more)

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  • November 18, 2014
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  • A new extended Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer that made its way online today offers a few seconds of fresh footage for famished fans. For the most part, the new trailer combines the scenes we already saw in the teaser trailer from Oct. 22 and the extended trailer from Oct. 29. But there are a couple of new glimpses to sate Marvel obsessives, so check it:

    [su_youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fk24PuBUUkQ#action=share” width=”560″ height=”320″]

    Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters on May 1, 2015.

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  • November 12, 2014
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  • The current issue of Moviemaker Magazine has ‘Foxcatcher’ cast on their cover, and it features also a gorgeous photoshoot, which you can find now in our gallery. Scans will be added asap!

    Scans are now added:

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  • November 12, 2014
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  • In many ways, Mark Ruffalo saved the best for last this year.

    When “The Normal Heart” premiered to critical hosannas (and ultimately a slew of Emmy nominations, including one for Ruffalo), his performance as Ned Weeks seemed incapable of being topped. Ruffalo found the heart under the prickly exterior of the Larry Kramer manqué in the writer’s fictionalized retelling of the early days of the AIDS crisis in New York City and the founding of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis. Fearless and furious (much as the real Kramer), Ruffalo’s Ned is also capable of heart-rending vulnerability, as when he nurses his dying husband and rages against the bureaucracy that willingly turns a blind eye to the deaths of thousands of homosexual men.

    And then came “Foxcatcher.”

    Ruffalo also had a charming, affable leading-man turn in “Begin Again” this year, as a weary record label exec whose passion for music is reignited by a young singer-songwriter, but his turn as real-life Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz in Bennett Miller’s retelling of a bizarre true story is a prime example of an actor at the peak of his powers.

    A former wrestler himself, Ruffalo took on the role partly because he had never seen the sport represented on film in the way he knew it to be. But a righty 46-year-old playing a lefty 33-year-old presented its own particular challenges.

    Read more at Backstage.com

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  • November 12, 2014
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