Mickey Rourke in 'Sin City 2'? 'Depends on how bad they want me'

mickey-rourke-sin-city.jpg Mickey Rourke, who in "Sin City" in 2005 played the hardened, unstable Marv, tells Coming Soon that he might return in the "Sin City" sequel.

"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.
Photo/Video credit: Dimension Films
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