Mickey Rourke showed off his fashion sense by wearing gator-skinned lapels and a cowboy hat on the Golden Globes red carpet. TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison caught up with Rourke to find out how his life has changed in the past year and what it was like filming the upcoming Iron Man sequel.
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It's hard out here for a pimp. Just ask Mickey Rourke.
The Wrestler star showed up at the GQ Awards wearing a gray plaid blazer, a paisley button-down, gray pants, an iridescent silver scarf and a purple belt. He's totally gettin' some tonight.
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What a difference a couple of years have made for Iron Man.
"Nobody cared about Iron Man until we came here," director Jon Favreau told a packed house at the San Diego Comic-Con Saturday, reacting to a rowdy welcome much different than the one the first Iron Man film received two years ago. Favreau rewarded the more than 6,000 fans by showing five minutes of footage from next summer's sure-to-be-blockbuster smash.
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All the praise that's been heaped on this moving tale of a broken-down pro wrestler struggling to remain relevant despite his failing body is deserved. (The Academy really snubbed this one in the Best Picture race.) The standout, of course, is Mickey Rourke, whose portrayal of Randy "The Ram" will have even the big boys searching for their hankies by the time this one's down for the count.
Rourke's masterful performance is beautifully matched by turns from Evan Rachel Wood as Randy's bitter estranged daughter and Marisa Tomei, whose aging stripper is — like Randy — struggling to stay in her own game. All of these characters are so vivid and real, and in the hands of Darren Aronofsky, they continually remind us that life must still be lived once the spotlight fades and the crowd stops cheering.
The bonus features on the release are scarce, but they pack a serious punch. In addition to ...