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"Iron Man" exit? Robert Downey Jr. on Tony Stark's death

If it's best, stop: "Iron Man" actor Robert Downey Jr. played a key role in his role as Tony Stark. But the likeable actor apparently doesn't want to go on forever: In an interview, he spoke about his end in the MCU.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently being expanded to include blockbusters for blockbusters and is thus delighting an audience of millions. The beginning of the popular series was decisively shaped by "Iron Man" and the leading actor Robert Downey Jr. Who knows whether the Marvel comic book adaptations, especially the "Avengers", would have all been made if "Iron Man" had not been such a global success in 2008. In an interview with the Australian website News.com.au, RDJ, as the actor is affectionately known, now stated that he would rather quit "before it gets embarrassing".

Robert Downey Jr. does not want to "screw up" "Iron Man" films

The 52-year-old is concerned that one day he will endanger his work with a bad performance: "I don't want to screw up the six or seven films that I made before because I'll put one on again at some point. I want my jersey on hang the nail before it gets embarrassing. " Before we possibly have to imagine another face in the "Iron Man" suit, it will probably be a few more years.

Exit like Wolverine: Does Tony Stark die in "Avengers 4"?

If you allow yourself to speculate, the departure of Robert Downey Jr. or Iron Man after "Avengers: Infinity War" and the sequel "Avengers 4" could take place. After that the next phase of the MCU begins, and since it has already been confirmed that the second part of "Spider-Man: Homecoming" will take place without Iron Man, this could be the end of Tony Stark. Robert Downey Jr. would then face a similar difficult farewell to his iconic role as his colleague Hugh Jackman, who this year had given up his superhero costume as Wolverine with "Logan".