What an unreal life for actors. Its been years now that Marvel has dominated to the point where i wonder if it ever got old for these actors and actresses. Like Steve Rodgers is probably numb to the MILLIONS of fans dressed up as Captain America for Halloween and at comic con panels. That’s all expected and standard. Its something else entirely when the biggest movie of your life premiers in a month and a political figure lifts up his eye patch only to reveal an iconic logo from a character you portrayed. An eye patch that’s used to cover up his eye that was removed because of a bomb explosion while at war. It must be an unreal feeling and an unreal thought. Makes me wonder like how The Punisher joined the war because of Captain America in the comics, It would be outrageous as an actor if i found out some military rookie joined the Army because I played a role in a comic book movie (even though in the movies he moves away from the military).
You know what else is pretty awesome? a fucking glass eye. Hear me out. It SUCKS losing an eyeball. But of all the common amputations one must get, losing an arm, a leg; an eyeball is sneaky up there. So you lose some peripheral vision. In 2019, no big deal. There HAS to be some sort of technology coming along the way that can help you see better if you lose an eye. A robot eye or what not. But besides all that, wearing an eye patch looks so awesome. Theres an air of mystery when a guy wears an eye patch. Sure you’ll look like a villain no matter what the situation, but a suave villain. And that already is better than i look, just a regular joe.