Marvel Studios has a history of casting the best people in Hollywood as roles in its superhero blockbusters, making each story of a higher quality. Starting with “Iron Man” in 2008, before Robert Downey Jr. (Robert Downey, J.) became a superstar, he appeared in movies and all the movies have continued since.
Although the film series achieved overwhelming success, the first films did not want to return in the future with some actors for various reasons. These include some famous examples, such as Edward Norton in “The Incredible Hulk” and Terrence Howard in “The Incredible Hulk” and Terrence Howard after leaving Iron Man 2 after a public debate on salary issues. Bruce Banner.
Although most of these cases have passed many years, a former MCU star still seems to hold a grudge against his experience …
Iron Man 2 star Mickey Rourke uploaded a picture celebrating the rule of law star: Special Victims Group. At the end of the long post celebrating the cast of the series, Rourke takes a vulgar blow to Marvel:
“Respect to all of you, the work that you all do is real acting, not like that crap that all on Marvel shit.”
Rourke’s experience at Marvel dates back to 2010, when he played Ivan Vanko in Iron Man 2, which was Marvel Studios’ third film in the MCU. Not only is this movie considered one of Marvel’s weakest works, but Rourke’s comments on Marvel Studios and the movie also made the situation even more awkward.
The actor spoke about how he wanted to increase the depth and complexity of the villain’s role, at times in conflict with writer Justin Theroux and director Jon Favreau. It is not clear which side of the argument is correct, but Roque apparently still holds a grudge against the masters of comics and cinema, because the latter has forced Franke to become a “one-dimensional villain.”
Since the great villain from “Iron Man 2” was killed in that movie, even if Mickey Rourke is willing to return home, there is no need to bring him back. Even so, today, more than ten years later, his experience in the MCU remains astonishing.