The "Avengers" star has joined those urging the county attorney to throw out charges over last summer's Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Phoenix.
Donald Trump's attorney has tested positive for coronavirus and is currently being treated in hospital.
In Michigan, the "stop the count" demonstrations began Wednesday night outside the TCF Center in Detroit causing police officers to push back crowds.
"Where was this energy when people attacked Tessa Thompson for being casted as [V]alkyrie," someone asked Ruffalo on Twitter.
"You all, @prattprattpratt is as solid a man there is. I know him personally, and instead of casting aspersions, look at how he lives his life," Ruffalo wrote on Twitter.
Speaking to organizers in his hometown of Kenosha, Wisconsin, Ruffalo shared tactics he felt were helpful during the Standing Rock protests.
"Our other senators, both Republican and Democrat, shame on you for not addressing this issue and not fighting every single day," Ruffalo said at a Poor People's Campaign live stream.
The project is based on Wally Lamb's 1998 novel of the same name and is set to release on April 27.
"We can't even begin to talk about kindness," said "Avengers" star Mark Ruffalo.
Advocates argued that Columbus celebrations whitewashed the explorer's true legacy.
After an outpouring of support from athletes, actors and other celebrities, social media is now full of posts accusing Keaton Jones's mom of racism.
Fans were delighted at the accidental sneak peek of audio from the actor's phone.
"Spotlight" is the latest—and best—in a string of recent movies about journalists. Does Hollywood know what it's talking about?
An excellent new film revisits the culture of secrecy that kept pedophiles within the Catholic Church, allowing them to prey on young children with impunity.