Welcome to Robert Downey Archives. This unofficial website will focus on the career of Robert and provide up to date information on his career. It will focus on his career only. Feel free to join the Facebook page for all the latest news and site updates or contact me with any suggestions or if you wish to affiliate. ~ Jules
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Posted by Jules on May 11th, 2019


He’s managed to make one of the biggest Hollywood comebacks in history to become one of the world’s most bankable movie stars. Read More here



Posted by Jules on April 19th, 2019


Before he became synonymous with playing playboy millionaire rascal Tony Stark, Robert Downey Jr. was…a playboy millionaire rascal, but with an Oscar nomination! Born into minor Hollywood royalty, Downey spent his formative ’80s career as a Brat Pack honorary in films like Weird Science and The Pick-Up Artist. An Oscar nomination for playing the titular silent-era legend in Chaplin suggested a watershed moment for Downey and his future career. Read More here



Posted by Jules on April 10th, 2019


Marvel released a new Avengers: Endgame featurette today that sees a few of the cast tease how high the stakes are going into what Brie Larson aptly describes as “the grand finale.” Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., certainly has faith in how surprising the storyline will be, too, as he’s confident fans won’t be able to second-guess what the Russo brothers have got planned for everyone. Read More here



Posted by Jules on March 16th, 2019


IT’S hard to imagine a movie more 80s than Less Than Zero. Cold, aloof and all surface rather than content, it pretty much sums up the decade that humanity forgot in film form. Based, very loosely it must be said, on Brett Easton Ellis’s debut novel and sharing its name with a 1977 single by Elvis Costello, Less Than Zero is a movie about the desperate emptiness of Los Angeles life in that era of greed, drugs and escalating affluence. Read More here



Posted by Jules on February 23rd, 2019


It is entirely possible that we wouldn’t have Black Panther, Captain Marvel, and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were it not for a little movie called Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Shane Black’s deliriously dark action comedy not only reintroduced Robert Downey, Jr. to the movie scene, but it also defined Downey as a mercurial bad boy with a heart of gold…essentially setting him up to slide into the role of Tony Stark. Read More here



Posted by Jules on December 26th, 2018


Some films are obviously Christmas movies, like The Polar Express and Scrooged, but for others it’s not so clear cut. They may be set during the holiday season, and they may even touch upon Christmas themes, but does that mean they truly qualify in the traditional sense? To find out, we’re putting these movies on trial and laying out all the evidence for and against them by answering some pertinent questions, like we did with Die Hard, Gremlins, and Edward Scissorhands. And after already examining if Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3 deserves a permanent spot in the holiday rotation, there’s no better movie to enter into the great Christmas movie debate than his directorial debut, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Read More here



Posted by Jules on August 18th, 2018


The summer of 2008 broke history, and rebuilt it. America suffered through a bitter presidential election on the road to a globewrecking financial crisis. In theaters, cinematic generations were rising — and falling. Superheroes, Will Smith, George Lucas, Guillermo del Toro, Emma Stone, Mike Myers, Sisterhoods and Step Brothers, Batman, and ABBA, adaptations of TV shows we still tweet about, new installments of movie franchises studios won’t stop rebooting: everything Hollywood was before, alongside everything it still is. In our weekly column Two Thousand Late, we’ll explore the big hits and curious flops from a summer that has never really ended. Next week: Summer ends and a new era dawns with The House Bunny. This week: critic at large Leah Greenblatt and TV critic Darren Franich on Tropic Thunder. Read More here



Posted by Jules on May 4th, 2018


Ten years after he first donned Iron Man’s suit of armor, Robert Downey Jr. has reprised his role as the billionaire superhero in the Marvel epic “Avengers: Infinity War.” The film finds the universe’s greatest heroes teaming up to stop the deadly Thanos (Josh Brolin) from gathering the infinity stones with the intention of wiping out half of the universe’s population. Downey Jr. first played the role in 2008’s “Iron Man,” and has appeared in eight subsequent Marvel movies. Of course, his career hasn’t been limited to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So in honor of his latest big screen achievement, let’s take a look back on some of his best performances. Tour through our photo gallery above of Downey Jr.’s 20 greatest films, ranked from worst to best. Read More here



Posted by Jules on April 29th, 2018


It was a sprawling, epic, and emotional roller coaster ride that had people laughing and tearing up and sometimes gasping in shock before breaking into applause — and that was just Robert Downey Jr.’s speech before Avengers: Infinity War. The actor who helped launch the Marvel Cinematic Universe a decade ago with the original Iron Man stood onstage at the new film’s premiere Monday night before dozens of his cast mates and told the crowd of thousands: “I gotta few words. Hope you all brought a bag lunch.” Read More here



Posted by Jules on April 29th, 2018


Robert Downey Jr. got personal in front of thousands at Monday’s Avengers: Infinity War world premiere. Addressing the audience at the screening at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles (the same venue that hosts the Academy Awards), the Iron Man star, 53, referenced his battle with addiction in a sprawling and emotional speech. Read More here


downeyfans… a look back

My original RDJ website was called DowneyFans and was online from 2001 for about 12 years. Here is a webarchive captured in 2004… a lot has changed since then! proceed

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Sherlock Holmes 3 (pre-production) / imdb
Untitled John Brinkley Biopic (pre-production) / imdb
The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle (post-production) / imdb
All-Star Weekend (post-production) / imdb

Last Updated: 04/05/2019

Latest Information, Videos and Interviews will be archived on the 2019 page here

Screenings…

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Scotland
Jun 14 @ 23:10 – A Scanner Darkly (Centre for the Moving Image, Edinburgh EH3 9BZ) // x

USA
Jun 06 @ 20:30 – Weird Science (BLVD Place, Houston) // X
Jun 08 @ 20:00 – Avengers: Infinity War (Wagner Playground, Manhattan) // X
Jun 08 @ 20:00 – Iron Man 2 (Cedar Grove Beach Parking Lot, Staten Island) // X
Jun 13 @ 21:30 – Back to School (Nitehawk Cinema Brooklyn, NY) // x
Jul 22 @ 19:00 – Captain America Civil War (at George Seuffert Bandshell (Forest Park, Queens) // X
Jun 29 @ 20:30 – The Avengers (Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach, Staten Island) // X
Aug 20 @ 19:00 – Avengers: Infinity War, (Mr. C Beverly Hills, Poolside Cinema) // X
Nov 13 @ 19:00 – Weird Science (Maiden Alley Cinema Kentucky) / X

UK
Jul 16 @ 19:00 / 21:37 – Zodiac (Deptford Cinema, Broadway, London, SE8 4PQ) // X

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