Terrence Howard is not pleased he was replaced in the “Iron Man” sequel over a reported salary dispute.
“Marvel made a choice, and it was a very, very bad choice,” the actor told Parade.com. “They didn’t keep their word. They didn’t honor my contract.”
Howard says producers didn’t share the profits of the flick – which earned over $318 million – with most of the actors.
According to Howard, the only person to get a raise was Robert Downey Jr.
“One of the things that actors need to do is always stick together, one for all, and all for one,” Howard said.
Howard is not revealing anything about the movie, even though he has seen the script of the anticipated sequel which will star Gwyneth Paltrow, Downey, and Don Cheadle – who is replacing Howard.
“I’m definitely looking forward to seeing the movie. I want to see Don Cheadle become me. No, I want him to do better than me,” Howard says. “That’s what I really want to see. Cheadle was the reason I got ‘Crash,’ so I have a lot of love form him.”