Mark Ruffalo is torn over whether to attend the 2016 Academy Awards because he wants to represent child abuse victims featured in his movie SPOTLIGHT despite calls for an Oscars boycott.
The organizers of the Oscars have come under fire since the announcement of the nominations earlier this month revealed no black or minority stars had scored nods in the main acting categories for the second consecutive year.
With Halloween just days behind us, Jimmy Kimmel is reviving his crowd-favorite trick of telling kids that their parents ate their candy.
On Monday’s (November 2) episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Mark Ruffalo brought along a cell phone video of his children’s reaction to news that their candy stash had been obliterated by their famous father.
For many movie and television fans, the SAG Awards trophy is the one that really counts, and on Sunday (January 25) the Screen Actors Guild handed out a slew of hardware to some very deserving recipients.
Not surprisingly, “Birdman” ended up winning the Outstanding Performance By a Cast in a Motion Picture honors, giving Michael Keaton, Naomi Watts and Edward Norton something to smile about.
She starred in three movies just in the past year, so Jessica Chastain is well-acquainted with what it feels like to be a busy lady.
The “Zero Dark Thirty” actress is featured on the front of Variety magazine’s December 2014 edition along with “Foxcatcher” star Mark Ruffalo. And in the cover story, Ruffalo interviews Ms. Chastain about her stage training and how that has led to her emphasis on rehearsing for each and every role she takes on.