"Always carry a Chihuahua."
"They're making shit up."
Finally, Mickey Rourke slams a movie that he isn't in.
"He is like the Phil Spector of actors," says one top rep.
After Rourke called the director a "jerkoff."
"He can go play with himself."
See Kristen Wiig, Adam Brody, Britney Spears, and more in the best of last month's entertainment photography.
He's prepping a biopic of out rugby star Gareth Thomas.
Sadly, it's not the sequel to Fitty's misbegotten Joel Schumacher movie 'Twelve.'
Plus: Zach Galifianakis has no problem sleeping with his directors.
'Passion Play' to make it to theaters.
Plus: A Garth Brooks song will become a two-hour Lifetime movie.
Suggestive title courtesy Movieline.
Take a closer look at this movie poster.
Plus, Levi Johnson assures the nation that his sex life will not be hampered by race for the Mayor's Mansion in Wasilla.
Last Night on Late Night: Mickey Rourke Tells Jay Leno About the Time He Shook Down a ‘Humpback Dwarf’
Plus, Mark Wahlberg relishes in having shot Yankee Captain Derek Jeter in the leg, even if it was only in his new movie, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: You don't want to see all of Samuel L. Jackson on a big screen.
From schlumpy golfer to pocket-dog aficionado, Rourke has carved out his own unique style for twenty-plus years.
Plus: Tim Gunn to play an assistant in 'Smurfs.'
Mmm, Bavaria 0.0 percent.
Plus: Mickey Rourke on Genghis Khan, dog lover.
With 'Iron Man 2' in theaters next week, we examine Rourke's upcoming slate.
Who should play your bad guy: Jackie Earle Haley, Mark Strong, Mickey Rourke, or Hugo Weaving?
Plus: Don Cheadle to just make stuff up about Miles Davis.
Plus Jon Stewart on the new iPhone, on our regular late-night roundup.