Ok, good. The parallels between the two messages are too obvious to ignore.
I just figured that he would’ve at least changed his wording or something, so as not to be obvious but hey.
Having said that, I’m partially in agreement with that “Ted” guy on that FB post. Personally, my favorite posts on RDJ’s Facebook are the non-Marvel ones (ex. the bumming-around-the-house glasses post, the art posts) because I feel like those ones, RDJ actually made.
Most of the other posts are by the intern and/or they’ve rigged up some sort of a queue timer (because it’s always posted at either 9am PST or 9:15am or something incredibly specific like that).
At the same time, I understand the predominance of Marvel posts on his FB. Those are the ones that get the most likes — which would indicate that they’re the ones that the majority of his FB watchers want. The times when he didn’t post Marvel (ex. the art posts, that time he posted Chef, when he posted his cousin’s video), people mostly ignored them. Which kinda makes me sad, really.
Honestly, he caters to what the fans. If you don’t want him as Stark or in Marvel anymore or you want him to stop playing Stark, all you need is to be the vocal majority about it. And he will.
But currently, that’s not the case. There are far more people who want to see him as Stark as opposed to those who do not (ex. that guy I was talking to last week, this guy). So until then …
So earlier this afternoon I got this message—
Ok, I deleted it, ‘cause (1) the person’s askbox is not active, so it would be like a one-sided conversation, and (2) it’s troll-ish — new account started today, sudden reblogging spree for legitimacy, inactive askbox as stated above, etc.
But then I logged on RDJ’s Facebook and lookie what I saw:
Now tell me, is it or is it not the same guy?
Thank you, Mark Ruffalo, for being a good influence on Robert Downey Jr. on Twitter.
In light of RDJ’s tiny chair,
If there is no short joke aimed at Tony Stark’s expense in Avengers: Age of Ultron then I will be a teeny-tiny bit disappointed.
This blog has been compromised by Robert Downey Jr.’s fittingly tiny chair on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
QUESTION: Why is his chair so low??
Little Robert Downey, indeed.
He’s looking really, really good in that Science Bros selfie.
Like, really good.