Jon Favreau Wants Robert Downey Jr To Win Oscar For 'Avengers: Endgame' Performance
Jun 09, 2019 Vinod Gupta
Actor-director Jon Favreau says 'Avengers: Endgame' celebrity Robert Downey Jr is entitled to an Oscar for his performance in the film.
The 52-year-old filmmaker and also the 54-year-old actor are attributed for kick-starting Wonder Cinematic World with 2008 hit 'Iron Man'.
Favreau also acted contrary Downey Jr as Tony Stark's friend and also personal driver Happy Hogan in the MCU movies.
During an interview with Range, Favreau claimed if Downey Jr is chosen in the most effective star group at the Oscars following year, he will most definitely elect him.
"He has my vote for sure. I think he had the ability to discover as well as explore the dimensions of the character throughout lots of, several movies, which is a little its own category," he claimed.
"Yet I have to claim that if you consider, particularly exactly how it started as well as exactly how it ended in his performances in between the very first one as well as 'Endgame', there was a truly thoughtful arc to the character, both in his efficiency and also just how all the filmmakers contributed to that character," he included.
Favreau is presently preparing for the release of his next directorial, Disney's live-action remake of 'Lion King', which is scheduled to be launched following month.
Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr, Avengers: Endgame, Hollywood News
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