The rumour about Robert Downey Jr‘s appearance in Marvel’s Black Widow hasn’t yet found the way to official declaration.
The superstar’s reprising role as Iron Man for the prequel film, Black Widow has eventually surfaced in rumours, which also stars Scarlett Johansson as the titular character.
Downey’s stint in the upcoming film
However, the pioneering actor has not given anything away about his stint in the movie who in an interview with Entertainment Tonight said: ‘Right. Great. I mean, it would be nice if they notified me.’ ‘Forewarned is forearmed. They can do anything now. This could be a deep fake interview for all we know.’
The actor in his 54th year has won million hearts for playing Iron Man in 10 Marvel films until Tony Stark was killed off in Avengers: Endgame. Downey recently revealed that he might not return on the sets of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, though the announcement wasn’t official either way.
The mission ends in a Peaceful Retreat
He added, ‘Yeah, anything could happen. As far as I’m concerned I’ve hung up my guns and I’m good to let it go. I also think Marvel is on this journey now where they’re trying a bunch of other stuff. ‘I’m excited for them to see how it all goes. It’s hard to project but we got a lot of other stuff we want to do. The war for me is over. I personally have alighted to greener pastures.’
Apart from the heroic role that Downey has been subject to on-screen, the superstar eventually admitted his excitement in meeting the childlike fans till date. He told, ‘There’s something about when a kid looks at you, invests you with these magical properties. ‘Because we’re all so – I’ll speak for myself – broken and imperfect, and just trying to do the right thing and stay out of my own way. ‘But when you are idealized you realize, “Oh, it’s not an obligation … but you get to stand up inside yourself and live as an example.” So it’s really put me in check because I hate disappointing youth.’
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Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow presents an impressive order of talents, casting Florence Pugh, David Harbour and Rachel Weisz in the cohort.
Black Widow will hit the theatres on May 1, 2020.
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