Robert Downey Jr. has found a new Avengers team, and they are as incredible as the Guardians of the Galaxy film. RDJ left the MCU with Avengers in 2019: Endgame, and will welcome him in 2020 with his follow-up movie, Dolittle. Robert Downey Jr.’s journey has been incredible from his struggling days until now. He has become a superstar after Avengers: Endgame to date.
The protagonist of Marvel stars as the renowned veterinarian, Dr. John Dolittle, who can interact with animals. The fantasy film, previously called Doctor Dolittle’s Voyage, features an all-star voice cast for the characters, including RDJ and Tom Holland’s MCU meeting, a dog named Jip. And, yes, after all, Mr. Stark reunited with Peter Parker!
Why Robert Downey Jr. chose Dolittle’s movie?
The first month of the year is usually known as a dumping ground because of terrible photographs. Many RDJ fans were suspicious of the film, curious why the superstar actor would dive from Endgame glory into Dolittle.
First of all, Downey Jr. is now a superstar. Apparently, after working so often on blockbusters, when Entertainment Weekly Radio asked back in 2015 whether or not he felt like making a “$500,000 budget indie film,” he gave a loud (haha) no.
Tony Stark created a suit in the original Iron Man to make something he hoped would get him far enough to get in and save him from the armies. It was a self-preserving gesture, Downey said. Tony wore an Infinity Gauntlet in Endgame that he built at high personal cost — completing the journey of Tony.
Robert Downey Jr. later announced in 2017 for an adaptation of Doctor Dolittle’s The Voyages. Dolittle was released by 2019 because Universal moved it to the begin of April to avoid competing with Avengers: Endgame. After that, the studio moved the movie to where it is now on January 17, 2020.