Robert Downey Jr. it does not close back to the role of Iron Man. The actor commented to “never say never”

It looks like Robert Downey Jr. slightly changed his approach to a possible return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where he is one of the greatest icons to this day.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is growing all the time. We are bombarded with new announcements (recently after all confirmation of the title of the third part of Spider-Man appeared), and subsequent productions are trying to test completely new forms of narration – here a great example is WandaVision, the last episode of which will debut next Friday.

It is no secret that Disney is slowly preparing us for the new era of heroes and introducing the next generation of heroes – the original ones are becoming more and more giving way. Among the greatest icons of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is, of course, Tony Stark, the popular Iron Man who basically started it all. Robert Downey Jr. however, he decided to leavefearing in his time that he might be too welded to one role.

Back in December, he mentioned that he had done everything possible with his character. Now, however, months later, he seems to be increasingly open to options. However, the more time passes from the end of his adventure with the MCU, the more ambiguous his words are and leave more and more gaps for a possible return. In a recent interview with GQ, when asked about his return, he stated:

Well … I’m gone for now. Now I have a real world to save [odnosząc się do swojej fundacji – przyp. red.]. But never say never!

Looks like there might be a way to present Tony Stark to the audience again. It probably won’t be a matter of the coming months or years, but in the distant future? Who knows! Disney would undoubtedly be able to carry such a plot.


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