Hollywood actor Robert Downey Jr. is not giving any definite answer on Iron Man return. The actor played Tony Stark in Avengers and in standalone movies before the character died in Endgame. He was promoting his new movie Dolittle that hit theaters last week. “Now that I’m middle aged, to be honest, you start looking at the back nine and you go, oh this is part of the journey. Things end and everyone is going somewhere,” Downey Jr. said.
When asked about how Iron Man might be poised to make a return, he joked that it was mostly people going through different stages of grief before choosing to remain neutral. He answered, “I am so pleased that I wound up where I have, I’m very fortunate. So I’m not the kind of guy… I want to keep it classy. We’ll see.”
He was once asked about not being nominated for an Academy Award for a role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He replied,“I’m so glad you brought this up, because there was some talk about it and I said ‘let’s not.’ Further, in the interview he also reacted to director Martin Scorsese’s comments about Marvel films and that he does not consider them to be cinema. “I appreciate his opinion because I think, it’s like anything, we need all of the different perspectives so we can come to centre and move on,” Downey Jr. replied.
The actors latest movie Dolittle is a fantasy adventure film. The movie is a reboot of Doctor Dolittle firms and is based on the titular character created by Hugh Lofting. It is inspired by The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle. Other stars include Antonio Banderas and Michael Sheen in live action roles.