Once again Marvel’s superhero proved that he is a prodigy when it comes to transforming his appearances to suit the movie roles. The ‘Iron man’ actor is currently working on Christopher Nolan’s upcoming drama ‘Oppenheimer’.
The 57-year-old actor was recently spotted while filming for the movie. Fans and followers were going crazy after witnessing another drastic transformation in his looks with a full head of white hair.
He wore high-waisted pants that were popular in the early nineteenth century in the western world with suspenders and ties. The glasses he wore exhibited mature looks.
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Iron Man Responds to Martin Scorsese’s Controversial Comment!
Ruby Oct 14, 2019
It’s yet another day of controversy in Hollywood when the prominent filmmaker Martin Scorsese makes his comment on superhero subjects. Though he is not new to it, he has turned to the Marvels.
Martin said: “that he had tried and failed to engage with Marvel films, and claimed they were “not cinema”.
To his statement, the Avenger star Robert Downey Jr has responded back at the Howard Stern show with a cool head that: “he respects and lauds the ace director’s views and he himself felt that the Marvel production is “very large, multi-headed Hydra at this point.”
He went on to add saying: “I appreciate his opinion because I think, it’s like anything,” he continued, “we need all of the perspectives so we can come to the center and move on and that he wasn’t personally offended by Scorsese’s claim, he believed the notion that Marvel films were not cinema made “no sense”.
Robert Downey Jr also made a funny statement at the show saying “like Stern is not the radio.”
Besides, when asked whether Scorsese said this out of envy, the actor replied saying: “By the way, there’s a lot to be said about how these genre movies – and I was happy to be a part of the ‘problem’, if there is one – denigrated the form of cinema and when you come in like a stomping beast and you eliminate the competition in such a demonstrative way, it’s phenomenal.”
His statement was supported by his co-actor Samuel L Jackson who said that “not everyone likes Scorsese’s films, either and I mean, we happen to, but everybody doesn’t,” he shared with a magazine. “There are a lot of Italian-Americans that don’t think he should be making films about them like that. Everybody’s got an opinion, so it’s OK. It’s not going to stop anyone from making movies.”
Apart from this, other celebrities like James Gunn filmmaker of Guardians of the Galaxy, and the Avengers director shared their views in the comments.