Robert Downey Jr. hasn’t been lackluster expressing his thoughts about the work with the Iron Man franchise. His dearth of exuberance has been an archive of quotations throughout a harvest of interviews on and off the premiere carpet ways. Even his own critique of the second Iron Man installment wasn’t a flurry of pulled punches.
So it goes with the ongoing Tony stark portrayer admitting to Yahoo: Movie Talk that there are breaking points in playing iron Man.
“When you do the HUD work, usually it's kind of the last thing in the schedule,” Downey said. “And you're going back and essentially living the movie again in close-up, tired.”
Those lonesome solo shots of Stark inside the armor have a mundane tediousness as opposed to the juicy parts of filmmaking.
“I like the scenes. I like the action.”
Look for “Iron Man 3” openning in theaters in May 3.