The “Zodiac” actor caught the feds’ eye by organizing screenings of a documentary against natural gas drilling
U.S. homeland security officials have placed Mark Ruffalo on a terror advisory list after organizing screenings for a new documentary about natural gas drilling.
The "Kids Are All Right" actor arranged showings for "GasLand" earlier this year and voiced concerns about the practice in relation to the national water supplies, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
Those efforts attracted the attention of officials from Pennsylvania's Office of Homeland Security — a notion he laughed off in an interview with GQ magazine: "(It's) pretty f**kin' funny," Ruffalo said.
Read more at the San Francisco Chronicle.