In response to Tarantino’s criticism of the MCU, Robert Downey Jr. declares “THANK GOD” for Top Gun: Maverick and Avatar: The Way of Water.

“A piece of IP is only as good as the human talent you get to represent it,” said Robert Downey Jr., who has been immortalised as Iron Man in the MCU, in an interview.

After Quentin Tarantino became the most acclaimed director to criticise the MCU, Robert Downey Jr. spoke up to defend the series! In the vein of Martin Scorsese, Tarantino complained about the “Marvel-ization of Hollywood” on the podcast 2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bret Kreischer, saying that the character, not the actor portraying it, is the star.

Quentin Tarantino’s MCU criticism is addressed by Robert Downey Jr.

How does RDJ feel about well-known directors like Quentin Tarantino using the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s supremacy in Hollywood as a punching bag? It was a question that was posed to him in an interview with Deadline. IPR can be a “double-edged sword” in this regard, according to Robert Downey Jr. : “Apparently, I am aware of this. Our views on these issues, in my opinion, reveal a lot about who we are. I believe that I unknowingly helped lead to the time and place in which intellectual property has trumped morality and character. Nevertheless, it has two sides.”

A piece of intellectual property (IP) is only as good as the human talent you get to represent it, and you can have some great IP even if it’s coming from an auteur or a national treasure of a writer-director. However, if you don’t have the right kind of artist playing that role, you’ll never know how good it could have been. This is Downey’s opinion, in contrast to Tarantino’s.

Robert believes that the industry’s internal conflict is a waste of time in terms of creativity. The 57-year-old actor believes that the present has a “bifurcation” because everything is so much more “fragmented.” The Avengers: Endgame actor said that he has had his own reactions in the past when individuals have said things that he believed were “discrediting” his “integrity” in his discussion about hurling stones either way. When RDJ said, “”You know what?” I exclaim. Just move on from it. We all belong to the same community. We are grateful for Top Gun: Maverick and Avatar: The Way of Water because there is enough place for everything. I’m done talking; thanks. For movies like Armageddon Time, we need to clear out the huge material.”

Following Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. discusses choosing “Transformative” projects.
Robert Downey Jr.’s emotional documentary Sr., Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, and the upcoming Park Chan Wook series based on Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Sympathizer were all discussed in Robert’s impressive current schedule “Trickle-down entertainment is not what I’m referring to. I’m just saying that things are constantly changing and that I’m at a point in my life where I’ve worked with Chris Nolan on a project that was exceptionally transformative for me, have been in pre-production post, and have brought Sr. to market, and the next thing I’m doing is a series with my wife [Susan Downey] and the director Park Chan Wook, based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning book called The Sympathizer.”

“Playing five different characters in one encounter has already had a profoundly transformational effect on me. So let me just say, before we start judging one another, try going through your own renaissance to see if it doesn’t sway your opinion a little “Downey continued.

Further stating what he thinks you should do, Robert Downey Jr “Before you decide that someone doesn’t know what they’re doing, that something is preventing you from giving it your all, or that something is superior to something else, reinvent yourself. “You know, we’re in this age now where Favreau said it best: We used to try to make waves in a lake, and now we’re just trying to catch people’s attention as things are moving by quickly in a stream. However, this is just where we are right now. I believe it will change again. The best place to begin is to embrace it and be happy that you got to participate.”

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The “father” of the atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer, is portrayed by Cillian Murphy, with RDJ as Lewis Strauss in the film. Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, and Florence Pugh are among the many notable actors that appear in the biographical film, which is based on the book American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin. The scheduled release date of Oppenheimer is July 21, 2023.

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