I would love to play a superhero. I wish I could be in 'The Avengers,' kicking butt.
It has occurred to me that the superhero really only originates in America. That seems to be the only country that has produced this phenomenon.
I don't really think that very much is interesting about the superhero as an archetype.
I think I'd make a great superhero. I'm serious. I want to play a superhero, and I've already got one in mind. I think I've still got the body for the costume, and it's something I really want to do.
Any father can relate to feeling like a superhero when you put a Band-Aid on your kid.
I know, who doesn't want to play a superhero, right? And everyone wants to play Superman or Batman. Everyone wants to play a superhero.
I'm not that interested in female superheroes.
I want to be a superhero. Maybe I'll be a bartending superhero who shakes martinis to save the world.
I'm not gay, and I'm not a superhero.
In DC Comics, Blue Devil is a superhero who came out of a movie.
All the PG-13 superhero movies are depriving me of the gore that I need.
I'm excited that 'The Good Guy' is getting distribution because indie movies they're not - people ran out of money and they're not making these movies anymore. It's all superhero movies or real obvious tent pole studio films.
I want to be able to fly like a superhero. I won't be happy until I can fly across oceans and cities, saving people from being murdered.
I would like to be in a superhero movie where I do martial arts.
I like doing movies about personal situations; that's what I love about dealing with things. I don't like superhero things, I like real-people things.
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