Mark Ruffalo Added to U.S. Terror Watch List
Actor sparked notice from Homeland Security after promoting politically-charged documentary "Gasland" earlier this year.
Actor Mark Ruffalo has reportedly been added to a terror advisory watchlist by Pennsylvania's Office of Homeland Security, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The star of Shutter Island and The Kids Are All Right ended up in the proverbial scope of U.S. officials after earlier this year organizing screenings of writer-director Josh Fox's controversial documentary Gasland and voicing his opposition to natural gas drilling.
Ruffalo, who recently wrapped writer-director Kenneth Lonergan's feature film drama Margaret with Matt Damon and Anna Paquin, isn't fazed by the surprise notoriety, telling GQ magazine that he finds the situation "pretty f--kin' funny."
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