The Hollywood Walk of Fame has formally inducted Mark Ruffalo. The unveiling ceremony for Mark Ruffalo’s Walk of Fame star was held on Thursday. Along with director David Fincher, fellow actors Tim McNeil and Jennifer Garner were there to remark on the occasion. Actors Barry Keoghan and Lili Reinhart, as well as President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige and Director Joss Whedon, were there. Situated at 6777 Hollywood Boulevard, the star is the 2,772nd addition to the renowned promenade. The YouTube video below allows you to see the whole induction ceremony, which was livestreamed.
Garner, who costarred with Ruffalo in the romantic comedy 13 Going on 30, remarked, “How lucky are we to have been in a movie that kids are still dressing up as for Halloween?” “I wonder whether my coworkers Keira Knightley, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Reese Witherspoon… Would they both agree, I wonder, that Mark’s success in rom-coms can be attributed to his messy hair and his adorable button-down shirt, which for the following 20 years established the standard for all cute males.” Garner said, “To work with you, Mark, is to love you, I don’t care what anyone says… ” She eventually got back together with Ruffalo for 2022’s The Adam Project. You give yourself up to the audience, the globe, and your coworkers to truly know you… All of the accolades are well-deserved for the work you did on Poor Things. The true measure of success, though, is how happy and content your coworkers are to be able to encourage and congratulate you. Hollywood exhales deeply as a group every time your name is mentioned, acknowledging that “the right and good thing has finally happened.”
Speaking from the stage, Ruffalo expressed his gratitude and admiration for the tributes from the individuals he’s been with for a long time, who he truly began this with, and who he loved and admired. These people represent a lot of the reasons he’s here today, and he’s affected by them. Marvel fans love Mark Ruffalo for his portrayal of Bruce Banner, the Hulk, in the MCU. Recently, critics were thrilled with his performance in the Emma Stone film Poor Things. For his performance, Ruffalo received an Academy Award nomination. The performer also acted in the Netflix original series All the Light We Cannot See in 2023. Next, he’ll make his big screen comeback alongside Robert Pattinson in Bong Joon-ho’s next picture Mickey 17.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News