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Robert Downey Jr. talks hard-hitting court drama The Judge

feedproxy.google.com – In issue 225 of Total Film magazine, Robert Downey Jr. tells us about swapping his Iron Man suit for a tailored two-piece in prestige drama The Judge. Inside the issue - which is available for just £1.99 on your iPad - Downey Jr. reveals that the hard-hitting film is a dream project for him. 1 day 5 hours ago via jackiechan

Watch: New Trailer For The 'The Judge' With Robert Downey Jr. Steps Into The Great Cathedral Of Justice He won't have his buddies in The Avengers by his side, or CGI spectacle to carry him, so for the upcoming dramedy "The Judge," Robert Downey Jr. will have to rely on his quick wit, and the kind of acting chops we don't see from the actor when he's out saving the world. Instead, he'll have to save Robert Duvall. A new trailer has dropped for the TIFF Opening Film, and it mostly avoids the funny stuff, to focus on the uplifting and rousing moments instead.

Marvel Releases 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Synopsis

11:59 AM 9/16/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Eager for a studio-sanctioned glimpse of what's about to go down when Avengers: Age of Ultron hits the big screen on May 1, 2015? Good news, superhero fans -- Marvel has released the first official synopsis for the Avengers sequel, including a hint of what triggers the fateful conflict between our heroes and the evil AI who tries to send them to their doom.

The Download: No 'Iron Man 4,' Charlie Hunnam on His 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Exit, and Spider-Man

10:55 AM 9/14/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Robert Downey Jr. says there's no plan for another Iron Man movie. Smokescreen or is Marvel really planning to put one if its most iconic character in the background for the time being? We discuss that and more on this week's Download. Binh: Can't believe it's been 13 years since the attacks on the World Trade Center.

What's Popping: 'Top Gun 2,' '23 Jump Street,' 'Iron Man 4,' 'Real Steel 2,' 'Ted 2'

10:20 AM 9/13/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Top Gun 2 is back on at Paramount. The studio has hired Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li's Justin Marks to work on the script. The 22 Jump Street sequel is a go, with Rodney Rothman writing the script. No word if Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will return to direct.
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Robert Downey Jr. May Join Michael Fassbender's Assassin's Creed

cinemablend.com – Robert Downey Jr. isn’t opposed to franchises. The massive movie star isn’t opposed to role-playing in epic period thrillers. But does Robert Downey Jr. need another big role in what’s shaping up to be a franchise-launching tentpole based on a hugely successful and popular video game series? Take this bit of news with a grain of salt, but it is being reported that Robert Downey Jr. 2 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen

'Iron Man 4' Isn't Happening Anytime Soon

4:05 PM 9/8/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Marvel started its era of box office domination with the original Iron Man movie, and even though Robert Downey, Jr. might be the only actor who's ever managed to successfully hold the studio over a barrel in terms of movie star-sized salary demands, he's also been worth every penny -- and while Iron Man 2 and Iron Man 3 failed to recapture the magic of the first installment, they also made gobs and gobs of money, so there's been every reason to expect another sequel.
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Downey: No Plans For Iron Man 4

ign.com – Despite dropping hints recently that he'd be open to the idea of returning, actor Robert Downey Jr. has shot down any speculation that there's a fourth Iron Man currently in the pipeline at Marvel. “There isn’t one in the pipe,” Downey Jr. said in an interview with Variety. “No, there’s no plan for a fourth ‘Iron Man.'” This could have something to do with Downey Jr 's $50 million pay check for his role in Iron Man 3, and the fact that he's currently the most expensive actor in Hollywood. 3 weeks 1 day ago via jetli

‘The Judge’ Review: Like a Lifetime Movie, But For Hardcore Robert Downey, Jr. Fans Warner Bros. It’s easy enough to imagine the pitch meeting that led to the creation of David Dobkin’s The Judge: simply picture someone, anyone, it doesn’t matter who, standing in front of a loose assembly of Hollywood brass, spouting off something like, “he’s a judge, but he’s about to be on trial.” You can almost hear the sighs. “But Robert Downey, Jr. wants to star in it.” Cue clapping, the signing of a budget (is this how Hollywood pitch meetings go? no, but go with it) and lots of big smiles. The Judge! He’s a judge, but he’s about to be on trial! With Robert Downey, Jr.!

‘The Judge’ Review: Like a Lifetime Movie, But For Hardcore Robert Downey, Jr. Fans Warner Bros. It’s easy enough to imagine the pitch meeting that led to the creation of David Dobkin’s The Judge: simply picture someone, anyone, it doesn’t matter who, standing in front of a loose assembly of Hollywood brass, spouting off something like, “he’s a judge, but he’s about to be on trial.” You can almost hear the sighs. “But Robert Downey, Jr. wants to star in it.” Cue clapping, the signing of a budget (is this how Hollywood pitch meetings go? no, but go with it) and lots of big smiles. The Judge! He’s a judge, but he’s about to be on trial! With Robert Downey, Jr.!

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