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Rainn Wilson Ass Beating Promised By Mickey Rourke

Anyone who is a fan of Rainn Wilson, an actor on the hilarious Office, knows how incredibly outrageous he can be at special appearance.

(Image of Rainn Wilson - 2009 Independent Spirit Awards - Spoofing The Wrestler - Independent Spirit Awards -All Rights Reserved).

The 2009 Independent Spirit Awards were no exception and Rainn was in rare form.   He did a special performance where he spoofed the Mickey Rourke's outrageous character in The Wrestler.

While the audience, which was composed of a glittering array of superstars, laughed and applauded Rainn and his crazy costume, Mickey Rourke had a different reaction.

During his acceptance speech for Best Male Performer for The Wrestler he made a point of referencing Rainn's Wrestler spoof.

Mickey said "that little blonde dude (Rainn Wilson) that did that thing (Wrestler spoof) I'm going to beat your ass when I get out of here."  The crowd laughed and applauded.

After the awards Mickey and Rainn posed together in the press tent for the winners.  It appeared that all was forgiven.

(Image of Mickey Rourke holding new Independent Spirit Award with Rainn Wilson Wrestler - 2009 Independent Spirit Awards -All Rights Reserved).

Rainn posted on Twitter "about to go make an ass of myself dressed as the Wrestler in a tent choc-a-bloc with stars and weird cold food. Michael Bolton is here."

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