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Mark Ruffalo Shares Larry Kramer THE NORMAL HEART Set Visit Photo

December 5
3:41 PM 2013

Mark Ruffalo Shares Larry Kramer THE NORMAL HEART Set Visit PhotoStage and screen star Mark Ruffalo took to his Twitter account earlier this week to share a candid photo of himself alongside acclaimed playwright and activist Larry Kramer onset of the new HBO film adaptation of Kramer's celebrated AIDS-centric drama THE NORMAL HEART, directed by Ryan Murphy, in which Ruffalo plays the vaguely Kramer-based character Ned Weeks.

Ruffalo writes, on World AIDS Day, "Larry Kramer, still fighting after 30 years. #worldAIDSday We love you Larry. Thanks for your leadership".

In the image, Kramer is seen seated in a wheelchair attended by Ruffalo and co-star Joe Mantello, with other cast and crew members visible in the apartment set of the scene in the background.

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THE NORMAL HEART stars Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons, Taylor Kitsch, Jonathan Groff and Julia Roberts, also featuring appearances by Joe Mantello, Armand Schulz, Joel Grey, Frank De Julio and more. It is directed by Ryan Murphy, from a screenplay by Murphy and Larry Kramer, based on his play.

THE NORMAL HEART will premiere on HBO next year.

View a larger version of the shot of Kramer, Ruffalo and more onset of THE NORMAL HEART below.

Mark Ruffalo Shares Larry Kramer THE NORMAL HEART Set Visit Photo

Photo Credit: Twitter

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