Robert Downey Jr. gets roughed up by Captain America in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War,” but that hasn’t dissuaded Downey Jr. from considering one more possible “Iron Man” movie.
“I feel like I could do one more,” he said when ABC’s “Nightline” visited the set of the film.
Downey Jr. has starred as Tony Stark in three “Iron Man” films thus far, which have collectively grossed over $1 billion domestically.
Hollywood’s highest paid actor will face off against Captain America in the upcoming “Civil War,” which is debuts next Friday and is looking to open to a massive $200 million-plus opening.
In the video, Chris Evans told “Nightline” that Downey’s Iron Man in “Civil War” is a lot darker than previous films.
“[Stark has] always danced to the beat of his own drum [and he’s] feeling a little bit of guilt of the actions the Avengers have taken, and the collateral damage we have caused, where he feels responsible,” he said.