Probably, Avengers: Endgame will finish this year as the most-watched film of 2019. However, from Marvel Studios they seek that the legacy of their grand production will accomplish something else.
Following the earliest Oscars for the company collected by Black Panther at the beginning of the year, those accountable for the Avengers franchise would want the penultimate chapter of the Saga of Infinity Stones to be considered for the next Academy Awards, especially concerning the performance of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man.
The idea that Downey Jr. would be deserving of an Oscar for his performance as Tony Stark began to be driven by director Jon Favreau ( Iron Man ) shortly after the premiere of Avengers: Endgame and gained more strength among Marvel’s representatives’ Studios when the Russo Brothers also raised that possibility directly.
“His body of cumulative work in these films is amazing,” Joe Russo told The Washington Post. “If you look at his work even on the last four Marvel movies, he has been a part of, and it’s phenomenal. He deserves an Oscar perhaps more than anyone in the last 40 years because of the way he has motivated popular culture. ”
In his minute the statements of the Russo Brothers did not go unnoticed, so now from Comicbook, they decided to ask the producer of Marvel Studios, Trinh Tran, their impressions about it. Tran did not reveal whether Marvel Studios intends to promote a campaign for Downey Jr and Avengers: Endgame to be considered by the Academy – as he did with Black Panther, however, he endorsed a final assessment of Downey’s work.
So what do you think, should they give Robert Dowey Jr. an Oscar for his works at the MCU?