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I finally got a chance to put my hands on bluray edition of Chef, Jon Favreau’s movie from 2015 in which Robert plays Martin, Inez’s (Sofia Vergara) ex-husband who helps Carl (Jon Favreau) to launch his food truck activity. Take a look at them in the gallery.



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In case you missed the big news out of the world of Marvel Comics this week, Tony Stark will no longer be the face behind the metallic face of Iron Man. This step down comes as part of Marvel’s “Civil War II” storyline, a game-changer as far as the status quo of the current Marvel Universe in the comics goes. Writer Brian Michael Bendis is one of the architects of this arc, which occurs as part of the Marvel NOW! relaunch that includes Michael Bendis’ new series, “Invincible Iron Man.” It’s in this series that Stark will have given up the suit while Riri Williams – a 15-year-old Black woman and genius MIT student – takes over.

While Robert Downey Jr. has come to represent the living embodiment of Tony Stark for many comic and movie fans alike, this paradigm shift in the world of comics may one day (likely far, far down the line) have repercussions on the cinematic universe, too. So despite the fact that the reveal of Williams as the new “Invincible Iron Man” has caused divisive reactions, RDJ is fully embracing the change.

Here’s Downey Jr.’s tweet:


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The gallery was updated with HD screencaptures from Back To School movie. Enjoy!



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Going on to revamping the gallery, here is HD screencaptures from bluray disc of The Pick-Up Artist. Enjoy!



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You don’t always need superpowers to be a hero.

On Monday, Gwyneth Paltrow made good on her promise to help one specialAvengers fan’s dream come true. The actress accompanied Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans as they paid a special visit to meet a young fan battling cancer.

The trio traveled to San Diego, California, to visit Ryan Wilcox, an 18-year-old who has been diagnosed with leukemia for the second time.

“Let’s do this,” Paltrow, 43, captioned a shot of Evans, 34, and Downey Jr., 51, at an airport tarmac on their way to San Diego.

Paltrow was the first to take notice of Wilcox, who had posted his story and desire to meet the stars on social media using the hashtag “#ryanstrong.” After learning of the young fan’s battle, the actress promised to help get her Avengers costars to meet Wilcox.

And needless to say, she did not disappoint.

“Today @ryanwilcox0303 got a little surprise. Thank you to the incredible #chrisevans and my better work half @robertdowneyjr for being the men you both are. And thank you to the Wilcox family for your hospitality!” she wrote on a sweet snap of Evans and Downey smiling alongside Wilcox.

The group spent the afternoon hanging out with Wilcox and his family and even signing a few autographs – including one on his bedroom wall.

But before even meeting Wilcox, Evans had sent him a personalized video encouraging him to “keep fighting” and praising his allegiance to Captain America.

Looks like the Avengers just got a new superhero.

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The gallery was updated with HD screencaptures from bluray disc of Firstborn, from 1984 in which Robert played Lee. Enjoy!



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It’s 2004. A man sits on a famous yellow couch, reflecting on his struggles with drug addiction and his recent stay in prison:

“Prison culture is really — something that’s hard to explain. It’s opened my eyes to a lot. I think first, it was just kind of a shock ’cause I really — I don’t know why but for some reason, I had expected that I was going to somewhere that was like, the treatment center next to the prison, and when I got here, I was like, there’s a prison yard. And I was like, ‘Wow.’ You see razor-wire fences. You see a lot of correctional officers. Some armed, some not. All of whose job basically is to protect society from you for the time being. And that sends a message — it’s not a self-esteem builder. I had to look at that, too, because I’ve been called a menace to society.”

The man is Robert Downey Jr. and the famous yellow couch is Oprah Winfrey’s. Younger audiences might instantly recognize him as the Marvel hero Iron Man, or as the famed London detective Sherlock Holmes. What they might not realize is these films happened after one of the most important movies of his career: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.

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