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Posted at 1:48 PM ET, 12/ 1/2010

Mark Ruffalo: Not on terror watch list, never was

By The Reliable Source

Mark Ruffalo: Does this look threatening? (Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin for GQ)

Hey, Mark -- you can go to the Keystone State whenever you want! Mark Ruffalo (the scruffy, glowering actor seen most recently in "The Kids Are All Right") lit up the blogs with a new interview in GQ declaring that he was on a terrorist "watch list" for the state of Pennsylvania. He implied it had something to do with his promotional work for a political documentary about natural-gas drilling. "It's kind of raaadical," he told the magazine. Well, is that just outrageous or what? Or what: Marie Finn, a spokeswoman for the state's Office of Homeland Security said they have no idea what he's talking about; they don't have a "list," and Ruffalo's never been mentioned in any of their information bulletins. "We are not sure how this originated," she said. We asked the actor's publicist to help us all straighten this out; sadly, she said, he's not available for comment.

By The Reliable Source  | December 1, 2010; 1:48 PM ET
 
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