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female gazing at: Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo

Still catching up on the gorgeous Avengers men we haven’t yet gazed at. If you’re playing, we’ve drooled over Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., and Jeremy Renner. And now, the luscious Mark Ruffalo:

Mark Ruffalo

The boy is very much all right:

Mark Ruffalo

Can’t go wrong with a crisp white shirt:

Mark Ruffalo

Why yes, Dr. Banner, I’d be happy to help you with the stress-management techniques:

Mark Ruffalo

(If you have a suggestion for someone we should female-gaze at, feel free to email me with a name or a link to a particular photo. But check to see whom we’ve already gazed at.)

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  • Killara29

    It’s the voice, he seems like a nice, relaxed dude, awesome actor and, of course, I love his anti-fracking stance,  it’s just berserk that we’re doing that to the planet.

  • It is interesting how relaxed he seems to be, and playing a character like Banner doing his best to avoid stressful situations… the bickering sequence between the heroes at the key moment is much more tense than it first seems because this relaxed guy could go off in the worst way…

  • bronxbee

    wow!  hair on his chest. so unusual these days.  he doesn’t do it for me, although i thought he was great as Bruce Banner in the Avengers

  • Epurple12

    It’s funny. Before I saw the movie I thought he was going to be the worst part of it. When it was over I thought he was amazing in it.

  • emmerge

    He shot Blindness in my town; one day my sister came home from the cafe where she works and said she had served him lunch. !! So the cutest.  

  • He’s wonderful in My Life Without Me.  Bravo had the good sense to rerun a 2007 Inside the Actor’s Studio interview with Ruffalo recently.  He’s shooting Foxcatcher in Western Pennsylvania this fall.

  • Dr. Rocketscience

    His “That’s my secret: I’m always angry” was certainly the single best moment for an actor or character in the film.

  •  I agree. Though I did laugh out loud for a full minute when Tony Stark called Thor “Point Break”.

  • althea

    I have no doubt that he’s a good actor, or he wouldn’t have such a good reputation. But as for his looks, meh. It’s not that he’s unattractive, but he’s got one of those faces that just don’t register. When I hear or read of him, I can never think what he looks like beyond dark hair, not slender, a lot of infotainment places seem to be impressed with him.

  • I would say my favourite Tony Snark was when he grabbed Hawkeye and called him Legolas.

  • Oh man! I forgot about that one. So many great lines. Can’t wait for the DVD so I can watch it a hundred more times.

  •  PS: “Tony Snark”? +5 internets for you sir/madam.

  • Cautia

    I’ve liked Mark Ruffalo for a long time, ever since ‘You Can Count On Me’ all those years ago. I definitely find him attractive.

  • emmerge

    I loved You Can Count On Me! I just saw it this year; never heard of it before but got it when I was on a Laura Linney hunt and was surprised and delighted, it was so different and compelling. And even though Ruffalo’s character is kind of totally off-putting he’s also sort of totally adorable!

  • I watched the The Avengers and it was FREAKING AWESOME! I like them all but the Hulk/Bruce Banner STANDOUT among the rest. Mark Ruffalo did an AMAZING job and he gave JUSTICE to Hulk/Bruce Banner compared to the other 2 Hulk movies. Marvel and Disney made an EXCELLENT decision for giving the role to Mark Ruffalo. We NEED a new Hulk movie of Mark Ruffalo! WE NEED MORE!


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