The trailer is out. The trailer is amazing!
I’m leaving for 3 days which make the site to be outdated for those days so I’m leaving you with the best I can: HD video of the trailer of “The Avengers”, are you ready for this?
Hollywood superstar Robert Downey Jr says his recent blockbuster hit Iron Man 2 was “disappointing”.
Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, the Tropic Thunder star praised the first film in the comic book adaptation series but had few good things to say about the star-studded sequel.
“The first one changed everything for me,” he said. “And with the second Iron Man there were certain aspects that were dissatisfying and disappointing to me but at least they lit me right.
“(The first one) was a meditation on responsibility and an exploration of how a small group of people can take a two-dimensional idea and, if the winds are right, create something that makes people say, ‘That was my favourite movie of the year’.”
Downey Jr cemented his comeback from several years of drug abuse with his role as Tony Stark, and 2008′s Iron Man was praised by critics.
But the 2010 sequel – also starring Scarlett Johansson and Mickey Rourke – didn’t fare as well, with just a 57 per cent approval rating on Metacritic.
Downey Jr also told the Times that he thought his controversial “black face” role in Tropic Thunder – for which he was nominated for an Oscar – would undo all of Iron Man’s solid press.
“I signed up to do it and then I did Iron Man and I thought, ‘You know, I think I just buried myself. I did a movie that is going to re-establish me here in a little way and now I’m going to squander any good will I have.’
“This movie ended up being the most cathartic thing I had done in ages and one of the happiest times in my life.”
Downey Jr is contracted to star in Iron Man 3, reportedly due to begin shooting later this year and due out in 2013.
The super-extra sexy photoshoot from GQ Style UK is out and I’m so proud to add it to the gallery collection.
Enjoy and be aware of any possible heart-attack! I warned you!
Shoots from 2011 > Shoot #001
Massive scans update today. It’s been prepared since days and got no time to post it, finally it’s time! Robert in all the best features as himself or Iron Man or Sherlock. Enjoy!
The Wave – May 5/19, 2008
Elle – January 2010
US Weekly – October 18, 2010
The Hollywood Reporter – November 2010
Total Film – December 2010
Best Movie International – September 2011
Playboy – November 2010
Teaming up with her wife Susan and Warner Bros. Pictures, the ‘Sherlock Holmes’ actor is set make the new detective film, which is adapted from Erle Stanley Gardner’s best-selling novel.
Robert Downey Jr. is set to work on another detective movie after “Sherlock Holmes”. Variety reported that Downey Jr. and his wife Susan have joined forces with Warner Bros. Pictures to develop a feature film, which is adapted from Erle Stanley Gardner’s famous detective fiction novel, “Perry Mason”.
Downey Jr. and his wife will serve as the producers along with Robert Cort. Aside from producing it, the actor is also eyeing the project as a potential starring vehicle for him. Meanwhile, the producers are still looking for a suitable scribe to pen the script, which is based on an original story conceived by the “Iron Man” actor himself and David Gambino.
The “Perry Mason” novel tells the story of the irrepressible defense lawyer who lives in the rough-and-tumble world of early 1930s Los Angeles. The story also involves other characters like Mason’s secretary Della Street, his longtime courtroom nemesis Hamilton Burger, and a private investigator named Paul Drake.
In the near future, Downey Jr. will be seen reprising his role as the quirky-mannered detective from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle novel in “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”, which will hit U.S. theaters on December 16. He is currently busy filming “The Avengers”, in which he reprises his role as Iron Man.
One video of Robert singing at Sting’s 60th Birthday Concert. Awwwww!!! <3
Yesterday Robert and Susan attended the STING: 25th Anniversary/60th Birthday Concert to Benefit Robin Hood Foundation and appereantly from the pics it seems he also performed on stage. Wish I could see and hear that. Enjoy the pics below all in HQ.
The Best Movie Magazine issue of this month features a snippet of Sherlock Holmes. Got a copy thanks to hugh-laurie.us.
Best Movie – October 2011
Thanks a million to my lovely friend at mattbomerfan.com we’ve got HQ scans of this week issue of Entertainment Weekly that features The Avengers.
Entertainment Weekly – October 7, 2011