Actor Mark Ruffalo smashed “Hulk” movie rumors on Thursday via Twitter, telling fans not to expect another sighting of Dr. Bruce Banner and his alter ego until “Avengers 2” in 2015.wrote. “The next time you see my Hulk it will be in the Avengers2. No plans for stand alone.”
Nick Fury is assembling the Avengers for a brand new mission… the Oscars! The Academy announced today that Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo will be presenters at the February 24 ceremony.
At the junket, “Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli chatted with “Avengers” stars Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo, who hinted about a possible Part 2 dream scenario.
Watch what they have to say about it! [Warning: Contains spoilers!]
Check out this first trailer for the highly anticipated "The Avengers," starring Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man; Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury; Chris Evans as Captain America; Chris Hemsworth as Thor; Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk; Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow; and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye.
"The Avengers" roar into theaters May, 2012!
Actor Mark Ruffalo had a tough time getting his career started, having to bartend for nine years before getting his first break in the 2000 indie gem, "You Can Count of Me." Now the dedicated performer is firmly cemented in the Oscars echelons, nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his turn in "The Kids Are All Right."
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It's been a curious challenge for Leonardo DiCaprio on his new movie, "Shutter Island," requiring the star to research and understand mental illness.
In the drama, set in 1954, Leo plays a US Marshall investigating the disappearance of a murderess who escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane -- and is presumed to be hiding on the remote Shutter Island.
The film also stars Mark Ruffalo, Sir Ben Kingsley, Patricia Clarkson and Michelle Williams.
"The more we researched this movie and the more we started to uncover the different layers of the story line, the deeper we had to go," DiCaprio tells "Extra," adding, "It kept pushing us further and further and further."
DiCaprio said the cast had a doctor on-set to help the actors understand the point of view of someone who suffers from a mental illness.
He says "Shutter Island" (in theaters Feb. 19) is a throwback to Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo." "But it's a Martin Scorsese movie, so it goes to even darker places."
The three-time Oscar nominee also tells "Extra" he's happily team with Scorsese again for the upcoming Frank Sinatra biopic. "Anything he calls me for, I'm pretty much down," Leo dished.
The 35-year-old is also busy raising funds for Haiti. DiCaprio donated $1 million and lent a hand during George Clooney's "Hope for Haiti Now" benefit last week.
"The generosity has been pretty tremendous," the actor/humanitarian says. "It's one of the great disasters of our time and people need to keep giving."
One week after suffering a gunshot wound to the head, the brother of actor Mark Ruffalo has died in Los Angeles.
According to AP, Beverly Hills Police Sgt. Renato Moreno confirmed that hairstylist Scott Ruffalo, 39, died Monday night at Cedars-Sinai hospital in L.A.
Shaha Mishaal Adham, 26, turned herself into police after authorities issued an attempted murder warrant for her arrest. Brian Scofield, labeled a "person of interest" in the crime, went to the police station with Shaha -- and is currently being held on a misdemeanor traffic warrant.
Actor Mark Ruffalo's brother, Scott, was shot in the head early this morning and is in very serious condition in a Los Angeles hospital.
According to People magazine, the shooting occurred at approximately 1:40 AM near Scott's L.A. home. Police are currently investigating the incident. Scott, 39, is a hairstylist who works in West Los Angeles.
Mark starred opposite Jennifer Garner in "13 Going on 30," and has three films coming out next year.