Robert Downey Jr. has been making rounds for his awesome portrayal of Admiral Lewis Strauss, a businessman turned government official in Oppenheimer. With that, he has once again proved that his acting skills are just getting honed with time. His potential was recognized when he donned the iconic superhero suit to portray Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films. As we are all too familiar with him, he once mentioned in an interview about his experience filming in Atlanta with Chris Evans. It was quite a difference because the former relished watching the later struggle in the hot sun while he relished the cool wind. Chris Evans’ Atlanta Shooting Experience Was Distinct From Robert Downey Jr. Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. spoke on Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2015 and described their experience working in the blistering heat of July in Atlanta to film Captain America: Civil War. The titular character was the first to communicate his story, using the terms “hot and sticky” to correctly describe the weather conditions at the time. His co-star, on the other hand, had a quite different experience, as he jokingly related. It was beautiful, I don’t know what you’re talking about.
” He further described why his version of Atlanta was different from Evans’s. “I was either in a lovely, sprawling, rented home or an air-conditioned helicopter. I mean, I did see you on the tarmac doing action for six months, but you see, once the helmet closes, I’m not there.” Well, that was quite a petty way to annoy his co-star, it didn’t just end at it since he also exclaimed enjoying watching the former suffer while filming the 2016 film. Robert Downey Jr.’s Comments on Chris Evans. Downey Jr. also mentioned how astonished he was by the difficult action sequences that his co-star had to do in that picture. “Evans is a very capable individual.” I mean…I witnessed an incredible amount of movement from you.” While Evans was growing used to receiving compliments, the Iron Man star shared a humorous joke. “But I really just wanted to come here to set up my days off and watch you suffer.” The Gray Man actor couldn’t agree more, especially considering Civil War is the third movie in the Captain America trilogy starring the 42-year-old actor. The 2016 film, which launched Phase 3 of the MCU, was a major commercial success, grossing over $1.1 billion worldwide. Because of the excellent response from critics and moviegoers, it became the highest-grossing film of that year. Meanwhile, Captain America: Brave New World, the fourth film in the series, is set to be released in May 2024. This film, which will follow the events of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, will star Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson as Captain America