Re: Are you tired of Wolverine being overexposed?
the difference between jackman and RDJ is that yeah they are both popular characters and more time gets given to them but at the same time with RDJ they need to give him screen time worth him being involved because its a stunt man in the iron man suit pretty much most the time and you can't see his face so in the end its like they are doing half iron man and half RDJ and he doesn't want to just be a face on a screen pretending he is in the suit all the time he wants to do the physical stuff, and if you look at the way IM3 turned out you can see they gave him his wish... iron suits that work by themselves... yeah.. while with jackman his always on screen doing everything
In the end i still think they balanced it out better in the avengers
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Last edited by GuestStar2004; 08-17-2013 at 11:35 AM.