Movie News: Robert Downey Jr. Talks 'Iron Man 4' Possibilities; Michael Keaton Soars in 'Birdman' TV Spot

Movie News: Robert Downey Jr. Talks 'Iron Man 4' Possibilities; Michael Keaton Soars in 'Birdman' TV Spot

Oct 06, 2014

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Iron Man 4: Last month, Robert Downey Jr., who stars in this week's legal drama The Judge, said there were no current plans for his superhero character to return in Iron Man 4. However, at the conclusion of an extensive interview recently, the actor spoke glowingly about Mel Gibson, and then was asked if he would do Iron Man 4 if Gibson directed. Downey replied, simply: "Correct." Your move, Marvel! [Deadline]



Interstellar: Michael Caine, who appears in a supporting role in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar (opening wide in theaters on November 7), says that if he doesn't receive another script that "entices" him, "I’ll be done in December when I do the last picture [Now You See Me 2], the last script I’ve got." The actor, now 81, added: “I always went into every movie with an aim. It was either to get an Oscar or make money, that’s the two reasons I do movies. I’ve got two Oscars and I’ve got some money so I’m alright.” [The Guardian]



Interstellar: Speaking of Interstellar, a new immersive exhibit opens in New York today, offering fans an opportunity to experience a preview of the science fiction epic using Oculus Rift equipment. According to Paramount and IMAX, visitors will be able to "sit down, strap in and take in the zero-gravity experience simulating travel on the film's Endurance spacecraft." The traveling exhibit will move on to theaters in Houston and Los Angeles before settling in at the Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center in Virginia. [The Wrap]



Birdman: Ahead of its U.S. debut as the closing night presentation of the New York Film Festival this coming Saturday, a TV spot has debuted for the critically acclaimed Birdman. Michael Keaton stars as an actor who gained fame playing a superhero; he's now planning to stage a theatrical production in search of respectability. Emma Stone and Edward Norton also star; the movie opens on October 17. [Movies Coming Soon]





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