While people are still accepting the exit of Iron Man aka Tony Stark from the Marvel Cinematic Universe post the earlier release Avengers: Endgame, the actor who essayed this role, Robert Downey Jr. is content with this decision.
In a recent interview to an international magazine, he said, “We had to get off. We opted to, and knew it was part of the job to get off the bus while it rolled on to other destinations.”
The actor who is beloved by millions for his iconic portrayal of Iron Man, also said that he is now in the MCU retirement home with Chris Evans who played the role of Captain America. He mentioned that both of them are now waiting to welcome other members in this retirement home. “There's something very sobering about it. I'm glad he and I will be there to welcome others as they retire their jerseys."
When asked about the charitable work and goodwill that his former co-stars are spreading, Downey Jr. who was given the honour of a Disney Legend along with Iron Man director and co-star, Jon Favreau, shared, “Mark Ruffalo is an activist, Chris Evans is a diehard American and proponent of true democracy. I don't really have the gumption, the skill set, the drive, or the humility either of those guys do."
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