"IMMORTALS" - MICKEY ROURKE
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Mickey Rourke would much rather be praised by regular people than Hollywood bigwigs. Rourke says awards don't mean as much to him as kind words from his neighbors in New York's Greenwich Village. He says when the garbage man goes "Yo, Mick!" and asks him to sign something for his daughter, or when a fireman tells him he likes his latest movie, he says that means more to him than anything else. Rourke stars in the number-one movie "Immortals." It's in 3D, but Rourke didn't want to wear the glasses when he saw it, so he watched it "blurry."