Does mumbly, scruffy Mark Ruffalo seem like a threat to homeland security?

Apparently Pennsylvania's Office of Homeland Security thinks so. The The Kids Are All Right actor has been an avid advocate against natural gas drilling and spent time promoting the documentary Gasland, which is also critical of the practice. One scene in the movie shows a Pennsylvanian man lighting the water coming from his faucet on fire, demonstrating its contamination.

"It's pretty f**ing funny," Ruffalo, 43, told GQ Magazine in their end-of-year issue. "It's kind of radical." The organization in question begs to differ. “His name is not in any of our bulletins,” a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “There is no list, we never even had a list.” –AMY LEE

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