Robert_DowneyJr4584 karma2014-10-07 16:54:45 UTC
It started with the first Iron Man: a guy named Pedro from Shave of Beverly Hills. I mean, this guy's an artist. He's like the Edward Scissorhands of Mustaches and Beards. And then, once you set a standard, it's all about upkeep and modulating it. It tends to be a lot of work, but I'm glad you appreciate it.
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Robert_DowneyJr4534 karma2014-10-07 17:31:12 UTC
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Robert_DowneyJr4527 karma2014-10-07 17:41:47 UTC
Robert_DowneyJr4400 karma2014-10-07 17:38:39 UTC
I'll answer the second question first.
Over the course of lead-up to releasing The Judge, the audiences were telling us that yes, the evocative, dramatic aspects of the film were primarily what was holding their attention, however as our test scores were going higher and higher, much of that was due to the giddy dispersion of moments of laughter and release, situations and characters who behaved in a funny manner. And so Team Downey and the studio decided it was natural to lean into that. At its core, you could call it a drama. It's a surprisingly humorous movie. In other words, it's not a bleak nihilistic downer. It's quite uplifting.
Over the last 10 years, the world has changed, and I'm no exception. What I love about America is that your political views are not fixed by nature. It's natural that I would see the downside of liberalism while housed in an institution, as it's not an uncommon occurrence for people to take advantage of a system that caters to its psychological needs. To be pointed, humanity (myself included) is not above manipulating a democratic situation to suit its own selfish short-term goals. I hope that offers an explanation.
Robert_DowneyJr4398 karma2014-10-07 17:21:46 UTC
I've been waiting for this question.
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