As is customary, the Super Bowl left many surprises and fundamental moments, not only in the sports field with Tom Brady earning, for the seventh time, a ring, which made him the player who has won the most super bowls, even more than any team in the NFL, but also in the world of entertainment, as trailers were released, The Weekend was presented to the half time and after the game there was a program with more surprises.
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During the well-known program of Stephen Colbert, The Late Show, but in its version after the great sports event, A Late Show: Super Bowl Edition, the presenter surprised the audience by having as a guest the renowned actor Robert Downey Jr. (Dolittle – 28%, Iron Man 2 – 72%), who took the opportunity to reflect on the success of Marvel, his film universe and his own character (via ComicBook.com).
Downey Jr., who was the first star to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008, when he starred in Iron Man – The Iron Man – 93% and then had a cameo in Hulk: The Incredible Man – 67% talked about what it meant to him to be part of such an important film phenomenon and to bring a superhero like Iron Man to life for more than a decade.
The greatest joy was being able to experience it when interpreting it.
With those words, the actor captured what it meant to be part of an experience that not only stayed on the screen, but also became a phenomenon. The MCU managed to win over various groups of fans in its younger stage and make them age more than a decade alongside the same characters. And while Downey Jr. himself explained that Star Wars laid that foundation, Marvel movies continue even after that decade and retain what made them unique in the first place.
The 55-year-old interpreter also talked about what his return to the spotlight was like with his arrival in the MCU in 2008 and explained that he was really able to identify with a character like Tony Stark.
I really identified with Tony Stark when I played him.
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) February 8, 2021
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Previously, the actor behind Iron Man had talked about what he thought made these movies stick with audiences like that and told The Upcoming why he loved being a part of the whole project.
For starters, it was all in the universe and that’s why I think Marvel comics have been so numinous to kids, adults, and other people.
Downey Jr. also spoke of the impact that Marvel films have had on the American dream projected by the United States and explained that in some way, many of the ideals spoken about in his country have been projected in these films.
This love exists because it speaks to the world, but it also speaks to the democratic dream projected by the United States, which is much more complicated than that (laughs), but there is an ideal there that has always been trying to express itself, and strangely, in some way. In a way, the best has been expressed in these small two-hour entertainment segments.
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Super Bowl 2021: Robert Downey Jr. reflected on Marvel’s success