they’re meant for each other
Robert Downey, Jr. consoles a young boy in tears because Iron Man isn’t in his costume.
… I don’t know who looks more distraught: Downey or the kid
"oh no I let it down, what am I, who am I, I’m a fraud"
no no i think robert downey jr. is also just now realizing for the first time that he isn’t iron man
Robert threw a big birthday party for Susan last night in San Francisco at Cavallo Point, complete with fireworks and a birthday cake
"I’m terrified of horses! It’s ridiculous … They’re very— uh, they’re kinda like 800-lb. cats. I mean, they don’t care. I don’t even really know how much they weigh!"
-- RDJ (May 5, 2010)
way to be an asshole.
nah, horses are pretty much the living incarnation of evil
No. They aren’t. The patience and tolerence they display is Incredible. People who treat them like shit and may or may not even realize it? Maybe.
Some people are legitimately terrified of horses. I know I call spiders the agents of satan, so maybe it’s that situation and not him being “an asshole”.
“Whatever was dealt to me or whatever I dealt to myself, I just decided that was kind of the card I dropped.”
Off Camera by Sam Jones (x)
Let’s play a little game called “spot the 5 year old.”
He beams when he’s asked about him (x).
Just Robert Downey Jr driving his Iron man in the sky.
April 6, 2013 (x).
HAPPY 48TH BIRTHDAY ROBERT DOWNEY JR. (APRIL 4)
“Growing up is something that you do your whole life. I want to always feel that I can be a kid if I want. Growing up has some negative connotations. Like, you’re not supposed to roll around on the ground anymore. You’re not supposed to make fun of yourself. You’re not supposed to ride a bicycle. But I’m a Toys-R-Us kid.”