Robert Downey Jr has written an emotional letter to MCU that has been revealed officially and it goes viral. Iron Man will always hold a very special place in everyone’s heart even after 23 MCU films and a dozen of superheroes. He has started it all in the year 2008. The actor who played Tony Stark, Robert Downey Jr, deserves all the credit for establishing the Marvel Cinematic Universe and building it into the behemoth it has become today.
Iron Man was present almost in all Marvel films, in real or in reference. In MCU’s ten years, not having many surprises, Robert Downey Jr has shared his screen space with most of its megastar cast. The marvel veteran has said that his group with the OG Avengers — actors Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johnsson, Mark Ruffalo, and Jeremy Renner still remains “close-knit”.
Robert Downey’s emotional letter has been revealed from 2018 in the latest book titled “The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe” by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry. The special connection that lies in the book was the actor looked back at his journey as Tony Stark aka Iron Man for the franchise was released last week.
He has also talked about Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans, who played Thor and Captain America respectively. He said that the “hale and hearty” results of their involvement meant that the Avengers “seemed inevitable”.
According to an article in The Direct, Robert Downey Jr has written in 1000-word with a heartfelt tribute to the MCU, He said that “I hope these films have evoked a dialogue on equality, justice, freedom, embracing diversity, and combating intolerance with the power of partnership, sacrifice, and love. At this point, Tony might say: “You’re welcome.” I’ll balance that with a boundless eternal: “Thank you”.”
The Iron Man’s character comes to an end with his death at the end of Avengers: Endgame. All the fans from all over the world have paid tributes for their favorite superhero. RDJ’s “I love you 3000” became the catchphrase too.
In the letter below, Robert Downey has also expressed his confidence in the new member of the MCU, who will take on the baton forward. MCU is currently at the beginning of its Phase Four.
Here we present the emotional letter by Robert Downey:-
I distinctly remember she (Gwyneth Paltrow), Favs (Jon Favreau, director), and me sitting in a dilapidated Quonset hut, talking Potts and Stark when he suddenly swelled up with a wave of emotion . . . joy, relief, faith, and grief all made a showing:
(Me, looking at him)
“What’s up, boss?
(Him, looking at her)
“I just realized this movie’s gonna work.”
Turns out he was right; yet, there were other oxymoronic keys to Iron Man’s unlikely success, namely:
A) Unorthodox efficiency
B) Ceaseless development
And it goes without saying that Jackson’s presence throughout (and portrayal of Fury) have been a connective tissue, our bridge over numerous credibility gaps. Johansson, Cheadle, Renner, Ruffalo, Hemsworth, Evans, Olsen, and I remain close-knit. (Yes, there’s talk of a group tattoo.)
We are more than impressed with Pratt, Lilly, Rudd, Cumberbatch, now Boseman, not to mention Larson, whom we all agree will be a fitting and capable advance guard for the second decade of shenanigans. I would loathe not to include Holland (therefore Watts) in the mix, having somehow re-relaunched the most recognizable of all Marvel creations.
‘ll extend to Reynolds as well (to further prove I’m not distributor-specific regarding fellowship). While I have your car, I’ll reach way back to day one, and express gratitude to Howard (our original Rhode)’), who was integral to my being cast. Almost lastly, every nemesis that Tony has encountered thus far deserves an honorable mention, so kudos to Bridges, Rourke, Kingsley, Pearce, Hiddleston, Spader, and, finally, Brolin.
The Who, is YOU .. . If you made it to the “end credits” of this anniversary edition, you’re likely a fan, so there’s your Easter egg, darlings . . . a mirror! Folks who respond to mythological storytelling arc positively are the propellant of all things Marvel. It’s always been that way, no supply is required without a demand. Ever since Comic Con 2007, it’s been apparent that the audience (no offense, THX) was no longer just listening. For ten years, YOU have copiloted the narrative.
Finally, I hope these films have evoked a dialogue on equality, justice, freedom, embracing diversity, and combating intolerance with the power of partnership, sacrifice, and love.
At this point, Tony might say: “You’re welcome.” I’ll balance that with a boundless eternal: “Thank you.”