According to the state’s office of homeland security, they have no idea what he’s talking about.
The actor recently told GQ that he had been added to the Pennsylvania Office of Homeland Security’s terror watch list. (Wait, Pennsylvania has their own office of homeland security? Apparently yes.) He also said he thought it was “pretty f—ing funny.”
But the Philadelphia Inquirer made a call to the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, which told them: “His name is not in any of our bulletins. … There is no list, we never even had a list.”
Ruffalo told GQ he believed he had been added to the list after screening the movie Gasland, which is about natural gas drilling. He publicly said he was opposed to the practice.