The actor remains tight-lipped about his involvement in the upcoming Marvel movie, and reminisces about the first Iron Man.
Iron Man hints that fans of Marvel movies will soon have answers to all their questions during a recent Q&A session.
Acknowledging the future of Tony Stark is “being talked about on a bunch of different levels right now,” the actor doesn’t rule out suiting up for a fourth solo film.
Despite previous interest in returning to a Tony Stark solo vehicle, the actor claims no plans are in the offing for more Iron Man as Avengers: Age of Ultron and its sequel loom.
Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch start out on the side of the big bad robot, says the Avengers filmmaker. As for the Vision? Well …
The sequel will be “sweeping and epic,” and will dig “a lot deeper” into Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the actor promises.
Robert Downey Jr. comes to Rober Duvall’s rescue in The Judge, the family drama from Wedding Crashers director David Dobkin.
The Iron Man star and wife Susan Downey are producing the Warner Bros. project, said to be in the vein of An American Werewolf in London.
With “If You Leave” stuck in his head, Brian Cronin flashes back to 1986 to uncover the original ending of Pretty in Pink.
Learn how a pre-Iron Man Downey was fired from Ally McBeal, leading to the big plans for the Season 4 finale to be scrapped.