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  • Boston Herald – Guns were blazing in Brighton yesterday where the stars of two set-in-Boston flicks – “Real Men Cry” and “The Lonely Maiden” – played shoot ’em up for the cameras.

    We hear “Maiden’s” Christopher Walken, Morgan Freeman and William H. Macy staged their battle in the old High Output soundstage on Western Avenue. Meanwhile across the way, “Real Men Cry” stars Ethan Hawke and Mark Ruffalo traded simulated gunfire on a soundstage fashioned out of the vacant K Mart.

    At lunchtime, both crews broke at the same time and chowed on their catered meal in separate areas inside the old Frugal Fannies. What a deal!

    The only place in the retail plaza not getting shot up? The Shaw’s supermarket – which had signs warning customers of the two-day Tinseltown shooting gallery across the way!

    “The Lonely Maiden” crew expects to wrap on Thursday while “Real Men Cry,” the biopic of Southie bad boy Brian Goodman, will be outta here on Friday.

  • Author: Luciana
  • December 18, 2007
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  • From December issue.

    GQ December 07

  • Author: Luciana
  • December 02, 2007
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  • I’m adding now pictures from appearances, and started with 2007. Various events from Zodiac and Reservation Road premieres, also sorted from another events, was added to the gallery. You can view now 470+ pictures, and there’s so much more to upload.

    GALLERY LINK
    2007 Appearances – Varios events

  • Author: Luciana
  • December 01, 2007
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  • The Oscar race has now begun, with the specialty divisions of the major Hollywood studios and the truly independent players pulling out all the stops to ensure their films make the cut when nominations are announced on January 22.

    Reservation Road is one of Focus Features movies waiting for January 22, when nominations will be announced.

    To read the complete story, go here

  • Author: Luciana
  • November 30, 2007
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  • This is your newest site dedicated to amazing actor Mark Ruffalo. I’m currently working on the content, specially the gallery, but you just have some content to have fun here.

    Go check the gallery, register yourself at our forum, and have fun!

  • Author: Luciana
  • November 30, 2007
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  • Is there anything more depressing than the senseless death of a child? In the real world, perhaps not; in Reservation Road, plenty. For starters, it’s depressing to note that director Terry George elected to follow his powerful Hotel Rwanda with this simple-minded melodrama. It’s also depressing to note that this film largely wastes the talents of not one but two Best Supporting Actress Oscar winners, Jennifer Connelly and Mira Sorvino. And finally, it’s depressing when a strong premise is compromised by lazy plotting and cop-out resolutions. Based on John Burnham Schwartz’s novel (with Schwartz co-writing the screenplay with George), Reservation Road starts with a young boy being struck and killed by an SUV. Continue reading

  • Author: Luciana
  • November 27, 2007
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  • It was all smiles for “Real Men Cry” stars Ethan Hawke, Mark Ruffalo, and Amanda Peet as they gathered on M Street in South Boston early yesterday for the first day of filming. The gritty crime flick, written and directed by Southie native Brian Goodman, is about two friends who turn to crime as a way to get by and will be filming in the area for the next couple of months. Donnie Wahlberg also stars.

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  • November 27, 2007
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  • Starring alongside Leo in Marty’s latest
    Source: The Hollywood Reporter

    Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have been planning a trip to Shutter Island for some time now – and today, they asked Mark Ruffalo to join them.

    No, we haven’t stumbled upon the trio’s holiday plans – DiCaprio and Scorsese may be creatively tight, but we doubt very much that they’d holiday together and even if they did, they wouldn’t choose a remote island just outside of Boston as their destination.

    No, instead, Shutter Island is the name of the next DiCaprio/Scorsese movie – based on the Dennis Lehane novel – in which Li’l Leo will play Teddy Daniels, a US Marshal who travels to the titular isle to track down Rachel Solando, a bonkers loony murderess who’s escaped from an asylum on the island. Only when he gets there, he finds more than he bargained for, in the shape of an incoming hurricane that causes the asylum’s remaining patients to riot – and all the while, Solando is out there, and something is not quite right at the hospital…

    Ruffalo, a fine actor who can now add Scorsese to his list of A-List Directors I’ve Worked With Excel spreadsheet (a list that includes David Fincher, John Woo, Ang Lee, Michael Mann and, erm, Gary Winick), will play DiCaprio’s new partner, Chuck Aule. And the casting of such a prestigious actor indicates, and quite rightly, that Chuck is much more than your average second banana partner role. We can’t go into details, sadly – spoilers abound!

    Heck of a cast Marty’s assembling, though the Solando part has yet to be filled. With shooting beginning in March, we’re guessing that an announcement will be made sooner, rather than later.

    Paramount and Columbia are splitting the costs on this one, while Mike Medavoy, Arnold Messer, Brad Fischer and Scorsese will all produce.

    So far, each new Scorsese/DiCaprio picture has been better than the last, with The Departed representing their pinnacle thus far. Shutter Island could be their best yet.

  • Author: Luciana
  • November 27, 2007
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  • Today, Mark is turning 40! Ruffalo Central wishes you all the best. Enjoy your day!

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  • November 22, 2007
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  • Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is among the honorees to make GQ’s 2007 Men of the Year list, the New York-based magazine said Tuesday.

    GQ said its 12th annual Men of the Year issue will feature three separate covers and hit newsstands nationwide Nov. 27.

    Clinton, James Bond actor Daniel Craig and producer/hip-hop artist Kanye West head up this year’s group.

    Also making the list are Casey Affleck, Javier Bardem, Brad Bird, New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Josh Brolin, David Chang, David Chase, Simon Cowell, John Cusack, Roger Federer, Tom Hanks, Emile Hirsch, Ryan Howard, Lil Wayne, Josh Marshall, James McAvoy, Derek O’Dell, Ron Paul, Alex Rodriguez, Seth Rogen, Mark Ruffalo, Julian Schnabel, Jason Schwartzman, John Smeaton, Channing Tatum, John Varvatos and Shaun White.

  • Author: Luciana
  • November 21, 2007
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