- Michael Waldron, responsible for the script of Doctor Strange, tells the truth about the rumor going around the MCU fandom: Tom Cruise as Iron Man.
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What is true in seeing Tom Cruise as Iron Man in a deleted cameo in the last Doctor Strange movie? Well, it is Michael Waldron, responsible for the film’s script, who tells in an interview for Rolling Stone that it is an invention, the result of the desire of the MCU fandom, despite the fact that he does recognize that Kevin Feige was spoken to as a possibility. .. among many others that are placed on the table.
“Yeah, that was totally made up. I mean, there’s no Tom Cruise cut material. But I love it.” Tom Cruise, and at one point I said to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige something like, ‘Could we get Tom Cruise’s Iron Man?’ I remember reading about it in Ain’t Cool News long ago, that Tom Cruise was going to be Iron Man.” And about the possibility of having Tom Cruise as something real, he admits that he doesn’t even know contacted him: “I don’t think so. I don’t even think it would have become an option because of his availability.”
And this fact would be even more curious if we consider that Cruise refused to be Iron Man before Robert Downey Jr. “They came to me at a certain time. But when I do something, I want to do it well. If I commit to something, it should be done in a way that I know it will be something special. And as it lined up, I just didn’t feel like it was going to work. I need to be able to make decisions and make the movie the best it can be, and just that path that continued that way.”
Since then, Cruise’s story writes itself, chaining success after success, from his Mission: Impossible saga to Jack Reacher, passing through his latest reboot of Top Gun. We assume that it is not that he is very affected with how the script of the movie of his life has been written.
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