Robert Downey Jr. aka Iron Man reportedly spotted on the set of Captain America: Brave New World

An Avenger fan can never forget the sacrifice made by the Iron Mad to erase Thanos and his army in Avengers Endgame(2019). And somewhere in our hearts, we all want to see him back in the team, no matter what back story writer uses to bring him back or deny his departure. You would be happy, no I think very happy to know that Robert Downey Jr aka Iron Man has been reportedly spotted on the set of the upcoming Marvel Superhero film Captain America: Brave New World.

This news started creating buzz after author Nawar Shora took his page to share a sneak peek from the film’s set in Washington, D.C. Author also got to know Robert Downey Jr was on set and they were all driving all sorts of supercars. These spotting reports have come when already reports are hovering around ongoing discussions about Downey Jr’s involvement in his own project named “Dream Cars”.

In the Marvel Superhero film Captain America: Brave New World we will see Anthony Mackie leading the cast along with Harrison Ford. Some of the familiar faces like Liv Tyler will also be seen in the movie. And this marks the fourth installment in the Captain America Franchise. Although Iron Man died in Avengers: Endgame, we might get to see him back if the rumors are right.




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