Iron Man Could Come Back to the MCU, Says Robert Downey, Jr

Rami Malek reveals he thought he was pranked by a fake Robert Downey Jr.

"I was a big fan of (Malek's innovative television show)"Mr. Robot& # 39;, I basically sent you an email, I was sending you text messages in series and I was trying to make you FaceTime and you didn't let me miss you, and now we're friends, "Downey Jr. smiled".

"It got to the point where I thought it could be no one else but you", Malek continued.

The context: Downey Jr. returned as Tony Stark through archive footage in "Spider-Man: Far From Home", which took place after his death. There have been even reviews of rumors that after Iron Man 3, they compelled Robert Downey Jr.to shoot Captain America: Civil Battle. And whereas the upcoming Dolittle might appear to be an uncommon selection for Downey's first post-Iron Man huge display screen outing, the star and his spouse Susan have cited a couple of private causes for getting concerned within the newest adaptation of Hugh Lofting's fantasy ebook collection.

The boy and his family met with Downey Jr on The Ellen Show and Arambula, who is now 10-years-old, explained that the mask "helped me talk and imagination play".

According to pinkvilla.com, the actor is right now readying for a whole new avatar as veterinarian Dr. John Dolittle in "Dolittle". During their interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Malek revealed that Downey Jr. reached out to him directly for the role. I love to hear from you.

"Now that I'm middle aged, to be honest, you start looking at the back nine and you go, oh this is part of the journey". The same can not be said for the reports of Iron Man appearing in Black widow, although.

The Bohemian Rhapsody actor also paid tribute to Downey Jr.'s long and storied career. "I can not thank you enough". Everything that you've done has not only been something that we as actors look up to and admire, but you have taken so many of us under your wing and I am so appreciative'.