Mark Ruffalo

Yes, it’s true. No one is safe. You can’t run, you can’t hide from the TSA. Just ask actor Mark Ruffalo. It seems he’s been added to the Pennsylvania terror watch list.

Ruffalo said he was told recently that he had been placed on the list by Pennsylvania’s Office of Homeland Security.

Why, you ask?

Earlier this year, Ruffalo screened the documentary “GasLand”, which is about natural gas drilling in the state, and voiced his displeasure with the practice.

Ruffalo, 43, says he thinks it’s “pretty f–king funny” that he’s been put on the list.

But here’s where the situation gets a little gray.  Was the “Zodiac” actor ever really on the list to begin with?

“His name is not in any of our bulletins,” says a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency. “There is no list, we never even had a list.”

Remember, folks…there is no spoon.

Ruffalo will play The Hulk in the upcoming “Avengers” movie.  He has starred in several movies, including “The Kids Are Alright” and “Shutter Island”.

Mark’s brother, Scott Ruffalo, died in 2008 from a gunshot wound to the head outside his home in Beverly Hills.

You can check out video below of Mark’s thoughts on the terror watch list. This was filmed last night at the Gotham Awards in New York (thanks to Mary at ShowBiz411 for the tip).