Robert Downey Jr. Carries Groceries As Marvel Hypes Ruined Bromance With Captain America
Iron Man’s Robert Downey Jr. took some time off from filming Marvel Avenger movies this week to carry groceries for his wife, Susan, as the couple visited a farmer’s market with their daughter, Avri.
The Daily Mail caught the world’s highest paid actor sporting orange sneakers, an orange baseball cap and orange reflective sunglasses with a purple t-shirt as he escorted his wife and daughter to the Malibu farmer’s market.
The couple celebrated their 10th anniversary in August and the Iron Man star paid tribute to his lovely wife with a cute Instagram photo of the two wearing black shirts.
His caption paid tribute to his wife’s beauty and the couple’s longevity, according to PopSugar.
A perfect 10. Happy Anniversary, Mrs. Downey.
The happy couple welcomed their now 10-month-old daughter into the world in November of 2014. They also have a three-year-old son, Exton, and Downey has a 21-year-old son from a previous marriage with Deborah Falconer.
The Iron Man star’s newest movie, Captain America: Civil War is due in theaters beginning May 6, 2016 and Marvel fans are learning it will feature a simmering conflict between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers.
The latest Marvel tweet shows Iron Man as the “mind” and Captain America as the “heart” of the Avenger team. The studio is recycling a lot of old material in their advertising plan to promote both Civil War and Ultron, which comes out on DVD Oct. 2.
Marvel is hyping Captain America: Civil War as a direct run on from Avengers: Age of Ultron and fans can’t wait for the next sequel in the Marvel universe. The latest Marvel tweet teases the collapse of the bromance between Stark and Rogers.
— Captain America (@CaptainAmerica) September 23, 2015
It appears everyone is happy with Robert Downey Jr., except, perhaps, Terrence Howard who has made headlines in recent days accusing RDJ of pushing him out of the Iron Man franchise.
Howard says he convinced Marvel to cast Downey in the Iron Man role despite the studio’s reluctance, but RDJ didn’t return the favor when it came time for the sequel, according to Digital Spy.
Rolling Stone recently published an interview with the original Iron Man sidekick that left no doubt Howard was still peeved at Downey for what he considers an injustice in the casting process.
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