The rumors that often surround Tom Cruise since he was almost an Iron Man, as the star verified the nearly-cast, are not completely accurate.
In an interview, when he was almost Iron Man, Cruise unlocked the door. As it turns out, it might not have been as near as Tony Stark could have thought to those fake pictures of his face. Cruise said, Don’t close. I can’t imagine anyone else playing the part, and I believe this is ideal for Robert Downey Jr.
Only a few performers have rendered their personalities untouchable on the screen. Robert Downey Jr is one such actor who is forever referred to as Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as the basis. Although it is strange how clueless Downey Jr was about what MCU films might be.
He isn’t now only an actor or a famous figure, he is a phenomenon of pop culture. Half the globe understands him better than Tony Stark, who’s self-obsessed, but it’s impossible to wonder how brilliantly he brought Iron Man’s complicated personality alive.
However, all this was not simple for Robert Downey Jr who, after five years of violence, arrest, rehabilitation, and relapse, revived literally his flagging acting profession. Iron Man was actually a second opportunity for him, and he definitely made the most of it and revolved his lives.
Over the years, RDJ’s secure and vibrant existence as Stark has only enhanced the MCU film game. The MCU has probably experienced several performers coming and leaving, but the famous film franchise is certainly the core and soul.
And now with the MCU’s present Phase 3, Avengers: Endgame is supposed that no further Marvel film will include RDJ’s iconic personality.