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Robert Downey Jr. says “there are no plans for Iron Man 4″

8 October 2014 6:35 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Just one day after seemingly confirming that Marvel Stuios looking to develop Iron Man 4, Robert Downey Jr. has now unconfirmed his own confirmation on The David Letterman Show, saying there are no plans for a fourth outing for the billionaire playboy philanthropist….

“There’s no plans for an Iron Man 4. There’s no script for Iron Man 4“, Downey stated. “But [Marvel] have a plan and I think they’re gonna announce it. You know, they’re very secretive about it.”

He went on to say that although unconfirmed, he would like to still work with Marvel post-Avengers 3. “I’m gonna do other stuff with Marvel. I’m still going to be involved with Marvel, and there’s gonna be plenty of fun stuff to happen.”

Downey Jr. said recently that he’d like to have a guest spot on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. during a recent Reddit Ama.

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Crispin Glover on Playing With His Public Persona and How He Goes About Forming His Oddball Characters

27 February 2014 7:51 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

There was no one quite like Crispin Glover when he broke out onto the scene in 1986's award-winning "River's Edge" -- and the same rings true today. Glover has over the years played a list of characters almost as odd as the public persona he's cultivated since first appearing on "The David Letterman Show" in 1987 wearing platform shoes and a wig. He played a geeky dad in "Back to the Future," a silent and perverted assassin the "Charlie's Angels" movies, a loathsome monster in "Beowulf," a mouse-loving social misfit in "Willard," and in this month's "The Bag Man," Glover steals scenes from John Cusack as Ned, a mysterious wheel-chair bound motel receptionist. When he's not acting, Glover makes and tours his own films, and publishes his own books through his publishing company, Volcanic Eruptions. Indiewire spoke with Glover about "Bag Man" (out in select theaters this Friday), cultivating his public persona, »

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Bill Murray reveals head wound at The Monument Men premiere

5 February 2014 9:01 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Bill Murray revealed a bloody cut on his head as he arrived for The Monument Men's premiere in New York last night ( February 4).

The 63-year-old actor, who is to make a rare TV appearance in HBO's miniseries Olive Kitteridge, sported the small injury as he posed on the red carpet with co-stars Cate Blanchett and Matt Damon.

It has been suggested that Murray suffered the wound during a flying Peter Pan stunt on The Late Show with David Letterman a few days prior to yesterday's screening.

The star also famously cut his head after diving into a makeshift pool (formerly a giant dumpster) as he filmed a skit for his appearance on Letterman back in 2010.

Other guests at last night's premiere included John Goodman and the film's writer, director and co-star George Clooney.

The Monuments Men is set in World War II and centres around a group of art historians, »

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