Robert Downey Jr. struggles with Tony Stark's identity
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Robert Downey Jr. has completed his role in Avengers: Endgame. The actor started playing Iron Man since 2008, and the character has brought him an extremely successful career.
After Avengers: Endgame, the actor has not shown up very often in the public eye. He has shared little about his life after finishing the long journey with the Avengers.
However, recently, Downey has had an interview on the Off Camera with Sam Jones. The actor suddenly confessed his thoughts, and revealed his plans for his next projects.
Robert Downey Jr. suddenly confided his life after Avengers: Endgame.
Robert Downey Jr. said: “I have not been forced to explore the new frontier of what is my creative and personal life after this. It's always good to get ahead of where you are about to be. If you put eyes on 'that's going to be a big turn down there, spring of '19', I better start psychically getting on top of that”. “It's always in the transitions between one phase and the next phase that people fall apart,” he added.
"There's always a dependency on something that feels like a sure thing. It's the closest I will ever come to being a trust fund kid” the actor stated.
A number of audiences even feel that Downey’s and Tony Stark's character have been becoming one. “Initially, by creating and associating and synergizing with Tony Stark and the Marvel Universe and being a good company man, but also being a little off kilter, being creative and getting into all these other partnerships, it was a time when what do they say? Owners start looking like their pets," Downey revealed.
Playing Iron Man has made the actor gradually change, becoming a different person in the real life.
To stop becoming a real-life Tony Stark, the actor has attended a training course in which he learned how to manage the "aesthetic distance" between himself and the character that he plays.
"I am not my work. I am not what I did with that studio. I am not that period of time that I spent playing this character," the actor implied.
Talking about his upcoming project, Robert Downey Jr. disclosed that he would join The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle in January 2020. This work is expected to be a dominant franchise. The movie star will also appear in Sherlock Holmes 3, which is planned to be released in December 2021.
By: Chris Stewart