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The gallery was updated with over 700 screencaptures from the movie “Home for the Holidays“, movie of 1995 directed by Jodie Foster in which Robert plays Tommy Larson. Enjoy!

After losing her job, making out with her soon-to-be former boss and finding out that her daughter plans to spend Thanksgiving with her boyfriend, Claudia Larson faces spending the holiday with her family.

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He’s always described as either the world’s highest–paid actor or one of the greatest actors of his generation. So which one is it?

GQ-Style-cover-inset-9 Robert Downey Jr. keeps a couple of offices out in Venice Beach, near the water, in which he and his wife, Susan, and a handful of other people manage his affairs. There are development projects from their film-and-television production company, Team Downey: a new Perry Mason; long-gestating Downey vehicles like the third Sherlock Holmes and a live-action Pinocchio; and something new, based on an old sprawling treatment from actor Steve McQueen, called Yucatan, “kind of an action-adventure story,” Downey says, “almost like an apotheosis of this guy as he goes into these cenotes and caves.” Random Act Funding, their new charitable foundation, is based out of here, too. Mostly you get the sense that it’s nice for Downey to have somewhere to go during the day—he’s the kinetic-type guy who otherwise might just start drifting upward, toward space, without the gravity of routine and real estate to keep him anchored.

The main building is all wood and glass and concrete, and Downey keeps it frigid. There’s a Keith Haring on the first floor and three Iron Man helmets in a glass case. He likes to give tours, and those tours inevitably become tours of his internal monologue, too, which is entertaining and weird and cutting in just the way you might hope it would be. When we get to the roof, he looks across the way at his neighbor’s property. His neighbor is Jon Favreau, director of Iron Man and Iron Man 2. Downey beholds Favreau’s wan, disheveled collection of outdoor furniture with mock dismay: “Look at Favreau’s fucking shitty… C’mon, dude, Jungle Book is gonna do a billion!”

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In Captain America: Civil War, Robert Downey Jr. lives again Iron Man. In this new adventure, he tries to convince Captain America and the Avengers to cause less damage to the cities with their epic struggles.

Iron Man is back. In Captain America: Civil War, which opened on Thursday (28), Robert Downey Jr. plays Tony Stark again, millionaire that embodies the hero at times when the planet is in danger. In this new adventure, Stark faces Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), civil name of Captain America. The two go into shock because Stark argues that the Avengers superhero group that defends the Earth of great villains, control their actions, as the grandiose battles they wage against criminals have adversely affected the lives of humans. In an interview, Downey Jr. talks about the new job.

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The gallery was updated with over 100 HD screencaptures from bluray disc of Weird Science. Take a look!

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The gallery was updated with HQ digital scans of EW new issue with the Captain America: Civil War snippet.

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