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“Ironman” and “the Avengers” star Robert Downey Jr. reacting on Monday to film director Martin Scorsese’s recent comments about superhero movies.

Downey, Jr., 54, appeared on “The Howard Stern Show,” where he was brought up, “The Irish filmmaker’s jabs, which is the root cause of such a stir in the world of film.

“I have to tell you the truth, I didn’t expect it to be what it is, and it is with this very large, multi-headed Hydra, at this point,” Downey Jr. it has been said: the of 23, connected to the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “I’ve always had other interests, and according to Friends, it’s not a movie theater. I need to take a look at that, you know what I mean?”

“I mean, it’s playing in theaters,” Downey Jr. added to it.

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Scorsese said in a recent interview that the wave of popular superhero movies, in which Downey, Jr. helped to usher in 2008 with the success of the “Ironman” is not a true movie theater.

“I value his opinion because I think that it is the same as with everything else, we have all of the different perspectives, so that we will be able to get to the city center and to go for it,” Downey Jr. it has been said in which Stern, in order to find out whether he was offended by the dig.

Robert Downey Jr. the last came out as Ironman in “Avengers: end Game.”
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“It would have to be the same as, say, Howard Stern is not the radio… It doesn’t make sense to say,” well, ” he said.

Stern then asked if the Friends could be envious of the films’ success.

“Of course, In his view, by the way, there’s a lot to be said for the way in which this genre of films, and I’m happy to be a part of the problem, as it is denigrated as the art of cinema,” Downey Jr. it has been said.

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He then goes on to say, “By the way, if you come in kicking like a beast, and the elimination of competition in a demonstrative way, and it has been a long time.”

When the Stern is maintained, that is, he believes, that, Friends, is jealous of the Marvel films, Downey Jr. agreed to disagree.

Scorsese has made his first comments about the heroes in the movies, when asked by Empire magazine if he’s looking for one of them.

“I don’t see them,” Friends, 76, responded. “I’ve tried it, you know what I mean? But that’s not in the room. To be honest, the closest thing I can think of, and if they are good as they have been, with the actors doing the best they can under the circumstances, to the theme parks.”

“It’s not in the movie theater and the man trying to bring an emotional, physical experience of another human being,” he added.

“Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn has responded on Twitter to the comment.

“Martin Scorsese is one of my 5 favorite living filmmakers. I was shocked, when the people picketed “The Last Temptation of Christ’ without having seen the movie. I am sad that he is now judging me in the same way,” he wrote on Friday.

Fellow Marvel star Samuel L. Jackson spoke out about the famous, Oscar-winning, controversial comments as well.

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“I mean, that’s like saying that Bugs Bunny isn’t funny. The movies are the movies. Don’t like things to be,” Jackson told Variety. “Everyone has an opinion, so, I mean, it’s fine. It Is not going to stop anyone from making movies.”

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