Mickey Rourke Talks About Returning For A Sequel To Sin City; Criticizes Marvel Studios Over Iron Man 2

A sequel to the 2005 film Sin City, based off the cult comic written by legendary writer Frank Miller, has been gaining some serious momentum over the past few months; now find out what star Mickey Rourke has to say about returning as the fan favorite character Marv, as well as why he is upset with Marvel Studious over Iron Man 2

With the director (Robert Rodriquez), and most of the cast and crew gearing up for a sequel to Sin City, we finally get word on the main star of the films, Mickey Rourke on whether he will return.  Here is what Rourke said on the film while speaking to Coming Soon:

“It depends,” he smiled“It depends on how bad they want me. You feel me?”

“I did [like the character],” he reiterated today“but I’m claustrophobic, so the the hours of makeup — You have to keep it on for about 13 or 14 hours a day. It’s latex and glue and that stuff that gets my eyes all red…”

He also talked openly of his dislike of how Marvel treated his character Ivan Vanko (Whiplash), as well as director Jon Favreau:

“I try to find the moments where [the villain is] not that cliched, evil bad guy and it’s a big fight,” he explained. “I had it on ‘Iron Man’ and they won. It was going to work for Marvel and them breaking [Jon] Favreau’s balls and wanting just a one-dimensional villain. The performance and all the things that I tried to bring to it end up on the f—ing floor. That can cause you not to care as much. To not to want to put that effort in to try and make it an intelligent bad guy or a bad guy who is justified in what his reasons are.”

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