Without hesitation, Howard responded, "Oh, I'm done with acting". "I'm just focused on bringing truth to the world". However, he also acknowledged that he is going to miss his "Empire" co-stars. "I will miss them a great deal, and the crew", he said.
Actor in the movie 'Hustle & Flow' unveiled about the news of quitting after the fact of being investigated for the criminal tax evasion.More news: Multiple victims stabbed at Tallahassee industrial park
As per documents obtained by The Blast, the federal government is looking into potential financial crimes committed by the actor, his third wife, Mira Pak, and the Universal Bridges Inc., a company reportedly owned by latter.
However, as far as the new season goes, Howard shared very few details of the upcoming season, and the promo clip that shows his character lying on the ground, he said, "I'm sure he might have been sleeping". The case is reportedly being handled by the United States Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. According to the outlet, the lien stems from taxes Howard reportedly owes from 2010.More news: Jets sign kicker Sam Ficken to replace ineffective Kaare Vedvik
Apart from this, he meanwhile had vowed that he would never turn his back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after playing the role of James Rhodes in the first Iron Man series.
"Appearing on 'Watch What Happens Live", a caller asked Howard if he would ever appear in a future Marvel film now he is civil with Robert again.More news: PM Modi Brought "Bad Luck": HD Kumaraswamy's Take On Moon Mission
"I think they could have a huge franchise off of it".
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