Mark Ruffalo: Every Upcoming Movie and TV Show in 2024 and 2025

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Mark Ruffalo, an actor whose name has become synonymous with versatility and depth, has carved a niche for himself in Hollywood with a career spanning over three decades. Born on November 22, 1967, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Ruffalo’s journey from humble beginnings to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood is a testament to talent and tenacity. Since his early days in the 1990s, Ruffalo has consistently delivered performances that resonate, be it in the poignant drama ‘You Can Count on Me’ or the light-hearted ’13 Going on 30.’ His versatility knows no bounds, seamlessly transitioning from the investigative depths of ‘Zodiac’ to the emotional layers of ‘The Kids Are All Right.’

Ruffalo’s transformation into the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Bruce Banner/Hulk has etched him into global pop culture. Beyond acting, Ruffalo has ventured into directing, showcasing his vision in ‘Sympathy for Delicious.’ His accolades, including multiple Academy Award nominations for standout roles in films like ‘Spotlight,’ speak volumes of his dedication. As we reminisce about his iconic roles, the anticipation builds for what’s on the horizon. Dive in as we explore the forthcoming projects of the ever-evolving Mark Ruffalo!

1. Mickey 17 (2025)

‘Mickey 17’ is an upcoming thriller film directed by the acclaimed Bong Joon Ho. The film promises to be a mind-bending journey, drawing audiences into its intricate narrative. The science fiction film’s narrative, based on Edward Ashton’s novel ‘Mickey7,’ revolves around Mickey 17, a disposable employee on a human expedition sent to colonize the ice world of Niflheim. When a version of the same dies, a new body is regenerated with most of his memories intact.

Ruffalo, known for his versatile acting prowess, plays Hieronymous Marshall. He will share the screen with a stellar ensemble, including Robert Pattinson, who plays a central role as Mickey, Steven Yeun, Naomi Ackie, Toni Collette, and others. The collaboration between Ruffalo and Bong Joon Ho is particularly intriguing, given both their histories of working on impactful projects. Currently, ‘Mickey 17’ is set to hit theaters on January 31, 2025, through Warner Bros. While a full trailer is yet to be released, a teaser has been shared, hinting at a futuristic setting and Pattinson’s character’s intriguing circumstances. You can watch the official teaser of the movie here.

2. Hal & Harper (TBA)

Written and directed by Cooper Raiff, this Indie TV series will follow two siblings, Hal and Harper, whose single father is making them grow up fast. To stress this, the 7- and 9-year-old kids will be played by adult actors, namely Lili Reinhart as Hal and Cooper Raiff as Harper. Ruffalo is playing their father. How the siblings try to preserve their childhood is what we will see. The cast also includes Jack Martin, Alexandra Fatovich, and Karl T. Wright. The series is currently in its post-production phase and awaiting a release date.

3. Untitled Brad Ingelsby/HBO Drama Series (TBA)

Ruffalo is set to feature in a crime drama mini-series on HBO, crafted by the brilliant mind behind ‘Mare of Easttown’, Brad Ingelsby. Jeremiah Zagar and Salli Richardson-Whitfield have been roped in to direct. The yet-to-be-titled drama, tentatively known as ‘Task,’ is set against the backdrop of the working-class Philadelphia suburbs and follows an FBI agent leading a task force bent on bringing an end to the robberies taking place at drug houses. Ruffalo, known for his impeccable acting prowess, will not only lead the series as the FBI agent but also wear the hat of an executive producer. Collaborating with Ingelsby, Ruffalo’s involvement in the project promises a performance worth anticipating. The cast also includes Emilia Jones, Sam Keeley, Jamie McShane, Thuso Mbedu, and Raúl Castillo. As the anticipation builds, fans eagerly await a glimpse into this new venture, currently in its pre-production stage, hoping for a teaser or trailer to satiate their curiosity.

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