Iron Man 4 Update: Shane Black Confirms About Robert Downey Jr. Reprising His Role
A confirmed news has finally arrived in relation to Robert Downey Jr. reprising his role of Tony Stark in the upcoming fourth installment of “Iron Man” series. Read for detailed information.
Earlier, rumors were rife about Downey Jr.’s joining the fourth part and no matter how the film had performed at the box office or how much the Iron Man suit on Downy Jr. liked by the audiences, makers were in a dicey situation and not revealing anything clearly.
Ecumenical News also reported that it was also due to payment issues, Downey Jr. said no to wear the suit again but now it has been confirmed by none other than the director of third part of the franchise, Shane Black that Downey Jr. will be seen in his old avatar in the film and Harley Keener aka Ty Simpkins will accompany him in wearing the suit.
So, Simpkins will become the torch bearer for the aged Tony Stark aka Downey Jr. who previously appeared in “Iron Man 3” and it was with his help that injured Stark successfully completes his mission of catching the mandarin who was just a fake face for a huge terrorist organization known as The Ten Rings.
As we know that the reason behind the development of this Iron suit was this terror organization only so the fourth part will go deep inside it and will reveal about its roots.
We have already seen the way Simpkins helped Stark in fixing his distorted suit, and now it is believed that the small kid of third part will take charge of the Iron Man suit, no doubt our old Tony will be there to guide him and who knows will also be seen fighting once again.
Well, this news of Robert Downey Jr. reprising his role is a sigh of relief for many as we all have developed a liking for him in Iron Man suit and any new member will take the time to adjust in it. So, let us wish the new and old suit bearers and the entire team all the very best, though they have a long way to go as the movie is slated for 2019 release.
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