Robert Downey Jr., who is popularly known for playing iron Man In the Marvel Universe, has admitted that he had concerns about playing the character for a long time.
Not only this, but Robert also talked about the choice of films he made soon after stepping down from his famous franchise.
while taking oppenheimer As an example, he said that he knew who Christopher Nolan was supporting, but decided to explore other genres and territories as well.
“I knew there was a point where Chris Nolan was endorsing, let’s work those other muscles, but let’s do it by depriving you of your normal thing”, fixed date the actor told The New York Times Magazine,
However, before that he had signed another project as well. Oppenheimer, Which didn’t get much recognition compared to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“I ended the Marvel contract and then hurriedly took on Dolittle with all the promise of being another big, fun, well-executed potential franchise.”
The 58-year-old actor said that he and his team were excited about the new project, but at the same time, they were not too excited about the merits of its execution.
“I had some objections. My team and I seemed a little too excited about the deal and not too excited about the merits of the execution.” He admitted: “But at that point I was bulletproof. I was a master of all genres of films.”
Robert Downey Jr will now be seen playing an important role of Christopher Nolan oppenheimerReleasing on 21 July.