Actor Stephen Dorff admitted he “felt dangerous” for slamming Marvel’s “Black Widow” movie and its star, Scarlett Johansson.
Dorff, 48, informed TMZ that his shady feedback had been taken “a bit bit out of context.”
“I really like Scarlett. [She’s] an ideal actress,” he mentioned. “I heard she’s going to be a mother, so I want her the perfect, and he or she’s an outdated buddy of mine, so I felt dangerous about that remark.”
The “Immortals” star added that he wrote Johansson, 36, an apology word after his criticism of the superhero flick went viral.
When requested if he would go see “Black Widow,” Dorff mentioned he hadn’t, including that he favored “darker” films. “I don’t actually go to these films. I like ‘Iron Man.’ I like after they go a bit darker. I really like the ‘Joker.’ I’m trying ahead to the brand new ‘Batman’ — Matt Reeves’ movie,” he mentioned.
Earlier this month, Dorff spoke with the Impartial, saying that he felt “embarrassed” for the “Avengers” actress.
“I nonetheless hunt out the great s–t as a result of I don’t need to be in ‘Black Widow,’ ” the “True Detective” star mentioned when requested about his strategy of getting roles he’s supplied.
“[‘Black Widow’] appears to be like like rubbish to me. It appears to be like like a foul online game. I’m embarrassed for these folks. I’m embarrassed for Scarlett,” he mentioned. “I’m positive she bought paid 5, 7 million bucks, however I’m embarrassed for her.”
“I don’t need to be in [Marvel] films. I actually don’t,” he continued. “I’ll discover that child director that’s gonna be the following [Stanley] Kubrick and I’ll act for him as a substitute.”
Dorff starred in 1998’s “Blade,” which is a Marvel Comics title. Throughout his latest TMZ interview, he praised Oscar winner Mahershala Ali, who can be starring within the Marvel Cinematic Universe “Blade” reboot subsequent yr.