“The only thing that’s been a surprise is the fact that they’ve had the same set of rules that I’ve had.”
That’s because McAvOY is not the one who will appear in the film.
He’s the lead actor, a Marvel Studios honcho who was cast in Iron Man 1 as the villainous Loki.
He plays the lead character in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has said that the director and star are “getting along well”.
“James is a great actor, he’s an incredible actor,” Feige told IGN in July.
“And he’s been fantastic in the films that we’ve done together, but we are having a great time collaborating and collaborating with the film industry.”
But the two sides have not been able to work together for years.
“We’ve been at this for a long time,” McAvoys father told me in an interview for this story.
“I don’t know how much longer we’ll be able to keep this up.”
It’s not just that McAvoya and Feige have struggled to work out how to get their movie made together, they also have differing ideas about what it means to be an Iron Fist.
“It’s a great character,” Mc Avoy said, but added, “The real question is what do you do when you have to fight for his life?”
But Feige thinks it’s all part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s “realness”.
“You’ve got to have that sense of authenticity,” he said.
“There’s a sense of who these people are and what they do.
We know how they react to danger, we know how their morals are. “
In Iron Man and Iron Man: The Avengers, we made an enormous effort to make sure that we put a lot of love and care into these characters.
We know how they react to danger, we know how their morals are.
We can all see that they have a deep understanding of how to make a difference.
They’re not just about, ‘Oh, I’m going to be this hero, or I’m a bad guy,’ or ‘I’m a hero because of this or that’. “
The fact that you can put that much thought into the characters makes them all the more special.
They’re not just about, ‘Oh, I’m going to be this hero, or I’m a bad guy,’ or ‘I’m a hero because of this or that’.
They’re all about, like, ‘I have this job, I have this responsibility, I’ve got a mission.'”
The film opens in the US on February 22.