Robert Downey Jr.’s Commentary on Iron Man’s Return

Lula Sharp
January 15, 2020

Robert Downey Jr. fills in as guest host on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Tuesday (January 14), and sits down to chat with his Dolittle co-star Rami Malek! At the beginning of their interview, the Avengers: Endgame star revealed he was a longtime fan of Malek and his work on the television series Mr. Robot.

Rami admitted he didn't believe the messages were really from Robert, explaining: 'I couldn't even believe it was you.

'I'm excited to see how all that goes.

What happened: Downey Jr. told Extra that a return to the MCU was entirely possible.

The context: Downey Jr. returned as Tony Stark through archive footage in "Spider-Man: Far From Home", which took place after his death. "And also, you know, we don't like to go too long without an extremely hard project to do together, whether it's a movie or a kid", Downey revealed.

"It got to the point where I thought it could be no one else but you", Malek continued.

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Downey asked about the boy's condition to which Vincent's parent Nicole replied that they had a lot of red flags that cropped up.

According to pinkvilla.com, the actor is right now readying for a whole new avatar as veterinarian Dr. John Dolittle in "Dolittle".

Downey Jr. plays the titular doctor who is able to talk to animals, while Malek voices Chee-Chee the gorilla. I love to hear from you.

The Bohemian Rhapsody actor also paid tribute to Downey Jr.'s long and storied career.

Downey first entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008 together with his first Iron Man movie, which had not but been established. "And likewise, you understand, we don't wish to go too lengthy with out an especially troublesome undertaking to do collectively, whether or not it's a film or a child".

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