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It was interesting because I love [Marvel] films, but I haven’t ventured into the genre, so it was quite an experience. When I walked on the set, [I saw] robots and things, a woman who was seven feet tall, and everything else.
I thought, ‘This is great. This is a great vacation. It’s better than being up a tree in Burma,’ you know what I mean?
Early on in my career I became fascinated with mythology. Joseph Campbell’s 'Hero with a Thousand Faces,' and so on and so forth. When I started doing Rambo, [I came to understand] there’s an evolution that takes place.
Every generation has to find itself, define its own heroes, define its own mythology.
And [the MCU] is this generation’s – and maybe even the next generation’s – mythology. And when Kevin [Feige] invited me on board I said, ‘This is interesting because I haven’t gone here. I’m kind of Earth-bound. I’m terrestrial.
This is something that takes place in a whole other sphere where James and the Marvel people have created their own world, their own reality.
So I said, ‘Yeah, let me visit. Let me drop in here and see what’s up, where the future is going.’
And it was great. It got me out of the house [away] from my three daughters. And that’s why I gave them my salary back.