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Terrence Howard Speaks Out on Being Replaced By Don Cheadle in Iron Man Sequel

Actor Terrence Howard says he was surprised to learn that Don Cheadle would replace him as James Rhodes in Iron Man 2, the Oscar nominated actor told National Public Radio on Tuesday.

“There was no explanation, (the contract) just up and vanished,” Howard, who said he read news reports that money was the issue, revealed.

He adds that the contracts he signs apparently “aren’t worth the paper that they’re printed on sometimes.”

While Blindie loves us some Cheadle–who won an Oscar with Howard in 2004’s Crash–we’re sad that Hollywood thinks black actors are so easily replaceable.

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Terrence Howard Speaks Out on Being Replaced By Don Cheadle in Iron Man Sequel

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Actor Terrence Howard says he was surprised to learn that Don Cheadle would replace him as James Rhodes in Iron Man 2, the Oscar nominated actor told National Public Radio on Tuesday.

“There was no explanation, (the contract) just up and vanished,” Howard, who said he read news reports that money was the issue, revealed.

He adds that the contracts he signs apparently “aren’t worth the paper that they’re printed on sometimes.”

While Blindie loves us some Cheadle–who won an Oscar with Howard in 2004’s Crash–we’re sad that Hollywood thinks black actors are so easily replaceable.

Categories: Movies.

Comments

  1. On this topic, I try update my blogs as though I’m speaking to somebody or talking to the various readers directly as I believe it helps engage people a lot more than creating posts formally especially when my own blog is based round the goings ons, daily feelings and research on this somewhat controversial concern. I discovered that I even need to use more of the approaches you have mentioned in this article.

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