Evan rachel wood and mickey rourke dating
She delivered another sterling performance, this time opposite Mickey Rourke as his estranged daughter in "The Wrestler" (2009), before landing the recurring role of a vampire queen for the second and third seasons of the hit show "True Blood" (HBO, 2008-14).
By the time she earned critical applause for "Mildred Pierce" (HBO, 2011), Wood was already well-established as a talented young actress who time and again impressed audiences alike with her mature and complex performances.
Both men emerged as youthful prodigies, only to descend into self-parody and witless pretention.
For Aronofsky, this meant the cinematic nadir of The Fountain, a film that simultaneously demonstrates the director’s ignorance both of dramatic discourse and of philosophical.
Not so much for the titular hero – Randy The Ram remains a has-been throughout the movie – but for director Darren Aronofsky and star Mickey Rourke.He befriends a stripper, then imagines that a few lap-dances, an uncomfortable date and a kiss imply a relationship.He gets a job in a supermarket, but can’t hack being told what to do, or the fall in his celebrity status.In one scene, the stripper, Cassidy (Marisa Tomei), compares Randy to Mel Gibson’s vision of Christ.Thankfully, the movie never follows up the imagery, even if Rourke plays a Man of Sorrows to the hilt.