Robert Downey Jr. didn’t let his uncomfortable interview with Channel 4 News affect his mood. On Thursday, he was spotted at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City where he appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman. The 50-year-old actor was all smiles and had a positive attitude during his Avengers: Age of Ultron promotional press tour after walking out of an interview with Krishnan Guru-Murthy due to personal questions.
Robert Downey Jr arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City with a positive attitude for his appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman on Thursday. He was dressed sharply in a navy striped suit with a matching tie and black trousers. To keep himself warm, he wore a color-coordinated overcoat, and completed his look with his favorite designer sneakers. The father-of-two seemed to be in better spirits than before, following his abrupt walkout from a brief interview he gave to UK’s Channel 4 News, which went viral.
Which interview are you talking about? The interviewer from Channel 4 News didn’t seem to make an impact on him.
The 50-year-old performer received a warm welcome as he made an appearance in front of his admirers and the press, demonstrating just how beloved he is.
RDJ, a father of three, looked impeccable during his recent appearance in a navy striped suit paired with black trousers and a matching tie. However, things took an unexpected turn during his interview with Channel 4 in London to promote his latest film, Avengers: Age of Ultron. The actor became visibly upset and stormed out of the interview when the questions turned towards his history of drug abuse and time spent in prison. The discussion started off on a positive note, with RDJ excitedly discussing his experiences on the new blockbuster as planned. But, when the topic became too personal for his liking, he abruptly ended the interview.
On Wednesday, Robert Downey Jr. walked out of a television interview when the interviewer brought up his past struggles with drug addiction and incarceration.
The actor became extremely angry when the interview took an unexpected turn and became personal. The interview was being recorded with Channel 4 in London to promote his newest film, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The British journalist, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, appeared to be causing concern for Hollywood star Robert Downey Jr. during an interview when he began to ask about the actor’s past issues with addiction. Downey looked visibly uncomfortable and interrupted, asking what the interviewer was doing. He then walked away from the interview, stating that it was becoming too much like a Diane Sawyer-style interrogation.
The upcoming Marvel movie which will be directed by Joss Whedon is set to be released on May 1 in the United States. Meanwhile, Robert Downey Jr. seemed to be in a more sociable mood on Thursday as he appeared on The Late Show with Letterman. He praised Letterman, whom he considers to be the best host ever. During the show, RDJ talked about his 50th birthday celebration which he spent with famous friends at the Santa Monica airport in California. The actor rented an airplane hangar with two bands playing, Duran Duran and Steely Dan. The guest list included Gwyneth Paltrow and her new boyfriend Brad Falchuk, Jeremy Renner, Orlando Bloom, Jennifer Aniston, and Justin Theroux, among others.