“It depends. It depends on how bad they want me. You feel me?” says Rourke.
“I did [like the character], 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 continues.
He also enjoyed that Marv was a three-dimensional character, as opposed to a villain he played in another recent franchise.
“I try to find the moments where [the villain is] not that cliched, evil bad guy and it’s a big fight. 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,” says Rourke. “The performance and all the things that I tried to bring to it end up on the f****** 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.”
“Sin City 2” is currently in development, so there are no details yet about plot or a release date.