Sin City 2
October 31, 2011 by staff
Sin City 2, The comic book fans around the world have found their ears click on the news that Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller is planning to include the history of Just Another Night on Saturday awaited sequel to Sin City.
The involvement of three of the major players of the first film in the form of Hartigan (Bruce Willis), Nancy (Jessica Alba) and Marv (Mickey Rourke), would be a popular choice, provided the original talent could be persuaded to return.
Just Another Saturday Night follows the movements of Marv in the same night he meets Nancy and Hartigan, providing an argument that goes along with the events of the last third of the first film. Mickey Rourke is aware of the proceedings and Comingsoon.net recently spoke about the possibility of a major change Marv.
“Depends,” laughed the star fighter. “It depends on how bad I want, I feel? I [as the character], but I’m claustrophobic, so the hours of makeup … you have to hold for about 13 or 14 hours a day. It is made of latex and rubber and stuff got my eyes red. ”
It was also the time path of the star about recent social life. “I remember I took a girl in a bar in Texas, one night in September and invited to eat lunch,” says Rourke. “I could not take the sht. F**k it, I never saw.”
That said, character is the least that Rourke would be interested in revisiting that is more than can be said of Whiplash, played the villain in Iron Man 2.
“I try to find the time when [the villain is] not such a cliché, the bad, evil,” he explains. “I was in Iron Man and won. It will work for Marvel and breaking balls [Jon] Favreau and want only a one-dimensional villain. The performance and all the things I’ve tried to carry that ended on the floor of shi* . ”
A word of warning, and then Mr. Rodriguez. If you persuade Mickey Rourke to wear latex second time, make sure you get lots of nice characterization, juicy to play. And the odd meal out of character could also help …
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