It appears that Robert Downey Jr. is making a return to play the role of Iron Man, after a rumour surfaced online claiming he’s lending his voice for the superhero in an animated series.
Robert Downey Jr. reportedly returning as Iron Man, hell yeah!
It’s been seven months since we last saw the 54-year-old snapping his fingers with the Infinity Gauntlet and uttering the epic phrase, “I am Iron Man” in ‘Avengers: Endgame.’ Yet, ask any Marvel fan, and most may admit they miss the superhero.
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Well, here’s some great news for fans. Actor Jeff Goldblum spilled the beans in a recent interview claiming he’s lending his voice for an alternate-universe animated series by Marvel called, ‘What If…?’ and revealed Robert Downey Jr. “will do a voice” for an episode that stars Grandmaster and Iron Man.
Thanks to a bunch of puppies playing with Jeff during the interview, he couldn’t contain the excitement and gave away the casting. Check it out:
It’s likely the show will be available on the streaming platform, Disney+.
‘Black Widow’ rumoured to mark Robert Downey Jr’s return
There’s also a possibility of RDJ returning to his superhero role in ‘Black Widow,’ touted for a 2020 release. The film’s first footage was first revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con, including a conversation between Tony Stark and Natasha Romanoff in the aftermath of ‘Captain America: Civil War.’
Here’s what Robert Downey Jr. is working on
Meanwhile, ‘Dolittle’ is his next release, a fantasy-genre movie about a doctor who speaks to his furry friends on a daily basis and embarks on a journey with them to find a cure for the Queen of England. He’s reportedly working on a Sherlock Holmes sequel too. Can’t wait for that, love a bit of Sherlock!