Robert Downey Jr. officially confirmed bid farewell to Marvel, Marvel lost Iron Man after the Black Panther


The death of “Black Panther” Chadwick Boseman has made Marvel fans feel a huge pain. The future of the role of “Black Panther” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still unknown.

Recently, Robert Downey Jr., who played Iron Man in the Marvel movie, also officially confirmed that he bid farewell to the Marvel movie. The Marvel movie universe may no longer have Iron Man.

Recently, when he was a guest on a podcast hosted by Jason Bateman, Robert Downey Jr. was asked how to find a balance between family and shooting Marvel movies. As a result, “Iron Man” gave an unexpected sentence. Answer:

“That’s all done.”

The shorter the news, the bigger the matter! Although Robert Downey Jr. is just a simple sentence “Everything is over”, for Marvel fans, this means that he may never return to Marvel movies.

Since “Iron Man” in 2008, Robert Downey Jr. has appeared in Marvel movies as “Iron Man” including three “Iron Man”, four “Avengers” and “Captain America: Civil War” And “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, a total of 9 movies.

There are rumors that Robert Downey Jr. will also make a cameo appearance in “Black Widow”, which will be released in November this year, but neither Marvel nor the actor himself has confirmed this news. Other reports indicate that the footage of Downey’s cameo in “Black Widow” actually used material that was not used in “Miss Team 3”.

The Iron Man played by Robert Downey Jr. plays a very important role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is not only the “cornerstone” of this cinematic universe, but also an absolute “C position”. The Avengers 4: In “Endgame”, Iron Man is even more self-sacrificing, snapping his fingers to wipe out Thanos’ army and save the universe.

For Marvel movies, the loss of “Black Panther” Chadwick Bosman was an accident, but the loss of “Iron Man” Robert Downey Jr. was unexpected. On the one hand, it was because of “Iron Man”. “Having completed his historical mission and entered the fourth stage of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, new superheroes are needed to lead the way forward.

On the other hand, it was the remuneration. When the first “Iron Man” was filmed in 2008, Robert Downey Jr. paid only a meager 500,000 U.S. dollars. Because of the success of this film, and the fact that Marvel movies are often more than ten With a box office of 100 million U.S. dollars, his remuneration also rolled upwards.

In “Iron Man 3”, Downey’s salary has reached 50 million US dollars, and in “Avengers 4”, plus the later box office share, it is said that he received more than 100 million US dollars in salary. In “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, even if it was just a cameo role, Downey still took away $16 million in compensation.

Although Marvel does not consider the cost of investing in movies, it is often necessary to give more than a quarter of the cost of a movie to Robert Downey Jr. alone, which makes Marvel really unable to pay him too high. “Iron Man” can only say goodbye to the audience.

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