Of course, although we can clearly see Stark's death in the last scene of the Avengers: Endgame, the fact that the cinema universe is always open to surprises has made it wonder whether Robert Downey Jr. will return as Iron Man. Downey Jr asked the boy.
Them teaming up on the movie also came about through their friendship, with Robert reaching out to Rami directly for the role rather than going through their agents.
"Those might be - what do they call it? - the stages of grief?" In an interview with Extra (via CBR) promoting Dolittle, Downey had this to say after being asked about stepping into the Iron Man suit once more: "Yeah, anything could happen". I'm very fortunate so, I'm not the kind of guy who - I want to try to keep it classy.
In an interview on SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show a year ago, the actor, 54, was asked about having never been nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 'Trigger though he's let our son see the Marvel motion pictures, sure ones, they weren't in a position to see any of the films that we've labored on.
"Because it's a super hero movie?" The film is a success at the box office thanks to the great cast that forms it with a lot of big names, including Antonio Banderas, Emma Thompson, Selena Gomez and Spider-Man star Tom Holland.
"I hired writers!" Downey Jr. joked.
Still, though the actor said he wasn't offended by the remarks, he did say that Scorsese's statement "makes no sense".
"I got to the point where I thought it couldn't be anyone but you", Malek explained. You and I both did with this same mask, for some reason.
Dolittle is scheduled for a global release on January 17.