Terrence Howard Accuses Robert Downey Jr Of Stealing $100 Million



Terrence Howard is a solid actor with a solid resume, but I really wish he’d shut his mouth. When he’s not in bitter divorce cases or being accused of attacking women, the Empire star is opening his mouth in interviews and bizarrely slamming influential figures.

Howard, 46, has attacked Iron Man 1 co-star Robert Downey Jr in his latest rant, accusing the Avengers star of stealing a hundred million from him. Talking to Rolling Stone, Howard asserts that the studio behind Iron Man did not want to cast RDJr and Howard stepped in, offering to take a million off his $3.5 million salary if RDJr fell off the wagon again. ‘Robert was so thankful and dadadadada,’ claims Howard.

Things changed, however, when Iron Man 2 went into production and Howard was informed his $5 million salary and large presence would be reduced. Howard’s agent rejected the offer and Howard himself called the now powerful RDJr looking for help. ‘And so I called Robby and was like, “Look, man . . .” Leaving messages with his assistants, called him at least 17 times that day and 21 the next and finally left a message saying, “Look, man, I need the help that I gave you,”‘ Howard claims.
‘Never heard from him. And guess who got the millions I was supposed to get? He got the whole franchise, so I’ve actually given him $100 million, which ends up being a $100 million loss for me from me trying to look after somebody, but, you know, to this day I would do the same thing. It’s just my nature.’

That’s a whole lot of convoluted logic.

5 thoughts on “Terrence Howard Accuses Robert Downey Jr Of Stealing $100 Million

  1. What a delusional, self righteous jackass. Did he really think playing Rhodey was going to get him $100 mil? He’s a sidekick, and not even the focus of any of the three Iron Man movies. He could star as Rhodey in ten consecutive Iron Man films, and never reach the $100 million mark.


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