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When his brother died, Ruffalo was in pre-production on his first film as a director.
This was Sympathy for Delicious, which starred his friend Christopher Thornton as a paraplegic disc jockey – Thornton himself is a paraplegic as a result of a climbing accident.
But when he looks intense, as he does now, there’s something vulnerable, almost beseeching about his expression, as if he’s still casting about for explanations that he knows will never be forthcoming. He liked the part – the sperm donor, one of those charming, feckless people who go through life in thrall to their instincts.
And he liked the fact it was only going to be six days’ work. But by doing so wasn’t he returning to a lifestyle that he had shunned?
"Just think,” a friend of Mark Ruffalo’s told him excitedly, after he’d been nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his part in The Kids Are All Right. Yet in many ways getting an Oscar nomination is one of the least interesting things to happen to him.
“I thought I’d run the gamut as far as what I wanted to do as an actor,” he says.; a massive 26-page Comic-Con Special; a huge career-spanning interview with James Cameron; and all the usual news, reviews, and exclusive previews you've come to expect from the world's biggest movie magazine.The goes on sale this Thursday 10 August in the UK.At one point in our conversation, Ruffalo refers to his having been scarred by experience.This isn’t said bitterly, or with any self-pity; it’s just that he’s led a pretty bizarre life and it’s left its mark.
“I’ve never said this to anyone before, but I played the part as an homage to my brother. “For the first time in my life, I didn’t feel any pressure.