Robert Downey Jr AKA Iron Man Is 'DONE' With Marvel Cinematic Universe; 'I Hung Up My Guns'

Robert Downey Jr once again asserted that he won't be playing Iron Man anymore and that he is done with Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Robert Downey Jr AKA Iron Man Is 'DONE' With Marvel Cinematic Universe; 'I Hung Up My Guns'
Avengers: Endgame that released a year back turned out to be a money minting machine at the box office. The film that brought an end to mighty Thanos broke and made several records with its box office numbers. Sadly, we also saw the end of Tony Stark aka Iron Man in the film. Iron Man's character played by Robert Downey Jr sacrificed his life to save the world and that brought all the MCU fans to tears. Since then, fans have been churning out several theories as to how Iron Man can come back in the upcoming films of MCU. But Robert Downey Jr has once again stated that he is done playing Iron Man.

SmartLess podcast co-host Jason Bateman recently asked the 55-year-old actor if he is done playing Iron Man on-screen, to which Robert Downey Jr stated, "That’s all done. As far as I’m concerned, I hung up my guns and I’m good to let it go." He then went on to add, "I also think that Marvel is on this journey now. They’re trying a bunch of other stuff and you know, I’m excited for them to see how all that goes."

Well, this is not the first time that Robert Downey Jr has expressed that he is done playing Iron Man. In several interviews post Avengers: Endgame, he has asserted that he won't be returning to the MCU. It's sad, but it's his choice.

Meanwhile, Robert Downey Jr last posted about AGBO Superhero League and even paid his tribute to Chadwick Boseman who played Blank Panther in MCU films. (Also Read: Chadwick Boseman Dies Of Cancer: From Chris Hemsworth To Chris Evans And Mark Ruffalo, Team Avengers Pens A Tribute On Losing Black Panther)


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