When an indignant Robert Downey Jr walked out of an interview in the course of the promotions of Avengers: Age of Ultron

by Jeremy Spirogis
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While selling Avengers: Age of Ultron in London, Robert Downey Jr had walked out of an interview after he was requested questions on his controversial previous.

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When RDJ walked out of an interview& 

Before his resurrection with Iron Man and Tropic Thunder in 2008, Robert Downey Jr led a controversial life for over a decade. However, post the kickstart of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he has turn into one of many largest superstars on the earth. While Robert has spoken about his controversial previous in a number of interviews, as soon as in the course of the promotions of Avengers: Age of Ultron he was requested private questions by a British journalist that led to an indignant RDJ strolling out of the interview. 

The video had gone viral everywhere in the social media and plenty of Robert Downey Jr followers had slammed the reporter for going private out of the blue. It so occurred that in the course of the interview, Channel-4’s Krishnan Guru-Murthy requested about his previous saying, “The reason I’m asking you about your past is you’ve talked in other interviews about your relationship with your father and the role in all of that of the dark periods you went through, taking drugs and drinking and all of that. I just wondered whether you think you’re free of all of that or whether that’s something…”

To which Robert interrupted him saying, “What are we doing? Are we promoting a movie?” and stormed out of the interview. 

Watch the viral video of Robert Downey Jr strolling out of an interview under: 

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Later, Guru-Murthy defended himself saying he had the suitable to ask the actor about “serious topics”. On the opposite hand, Robert Downey Jr had said in an interview with Howard Stern, “I just wish I’d left sooner.” He had added, “I’m one of those guys where I’m always kind of assuming the social decorum is in play and that we’re promoting a superhero movie, a lot of kids are going to see it. This has nothing to do with your creepy, dark agenda that I’m feeling like all of a sudden ashamed and obligated to accommodate your weirdo shit.”

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