Iron Man 2 may have set up the MCU, but it had a troubled production. Here's what went wrong behind-the-scenes.
The actor says De Niro's dislike began when they appeared in 1987's 'Angel Heart' together.
Mickey Rourke appeared on the show from LA to promote crime movie 'Night Walk', but things didn't go smoothly.
Mickey Rourke has said that he ‘picked up a gun’ during his dark period, and considered taking his own life. “I was deciding what part of my head to put it on and my dog, Beau Jack, he [cried] and I looked over and he looked up at me like this and… he said [with this eyes], who’s going to look after me?’ “And it made me put the gun down. I was ready to go.” Beau Jack, a chihuahua, sadly died in 2002 after a heart attack, despite an attempt by Rourke to resuscitate him. He’s spoken about the dark times before, telling Barbara Walters on ABC: “I sort of self-destructed and everything came out about 14 years ago or so… the wife had left, the career was over, the money was not an ounce.
Here’s a side of Dolph Lundgren you probably didn’t know: He’s a war history buff. Lundgren spoke with Yahoo Movies about the action movie (in select theaters, VOD, and Digital HD on Aug. 15), involving a group of soldiers sent behind enemy lines to uncover a Nazi super-weapon. The 57-year-old blond, buff, and tan actor revealed a bawdy behind-the-scenes tale involving longtime pal and co-star Rourke, discussed another war movie he’s hoping to direct, dished on filming the Coen brothers movie Hail Caesar! with Channing Tatum, and broke down his new approach to working out.