At some point we all got angry SVU.
Everyone is running out of things to see during the pandemic, even movie stars. Mickey Rourke recently visited Instagram to give praise Law & Order: SVU.
“Mariska Hargitay is a very focused actress, she is absolutely great in every episode,” said Rourke wrote. “Your commitment and your very careful work have taken you to another level. There are very few actresses in movies these days who can hold their jock strap on. I give her tremendous respect for her amazing skills. “
It was a long, growing post that commends both leads for their excellent acting skills.
Rourke went on and said: “Christopher Meloni, the man brings a lot to the table with his physicality… I also took note of the classy and highly talented intense Stephanie March and BD Wong. I am very surprised and impressed by the charisma, demeanor, booty and sincerity that Ice T gives to his particular role. What is especially fun is watching the merchandise from this extraordinary group of actors … respect for all of you, the work you all do is real acting, not like that crap everyone has on Marvel shit. ”
You can check out the entire post below.
It’s surprising that Rourke called Marvel. He’s the villain in, of course Ironman 2. But that was the worst-rated film in the franchise, and Rourke had received an Oscar nomination. It is clear that he accepted this job for the paycheck.
This is not the first time Rourke has visited Marvel. Ina interview with CraveOnline About the film, he said, “I explained it [Jon] Favreau that I wanted to bring some other layers and colors with me to make this Russian not just a completely murderous vengeful villain. And they allowed me to do that. Unfortunately that is [people] Marvel only wanted a one-dimensional villain, so most of the performance ended [on] the floor.”
In any case, let’s focus on the positive. Rourke has found Law & Orderand I think they should definitely get him on the show for a couple of episodes. Let the guy become the villain we know is supposed to play.
Let me know what you think in the comments.