Robert Downey Jr. cut an talk compelling a new “Avengers” film brief after a questions got increasingly personal.
The actor sat down with Krishnan Guru-Murphy of Britain’s Channel 4 News to plead “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” though about median by a talk he began seeking about Downey’s past — including his drug obsession and time in jail, as good as his domestic views.
Downey can be seen removing increasingly worried as a talk progresses (“Are we compelling a movie?” he asks during one point) before finally shutting a whole thing down.
You can watch a whole sell in a video below:
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” opens in theaters May 1.