In case you weren’t aware, Hollywood is full of really shitty people. Whether it’s the actors/actresses we love watching on screen or the directors/producers who work behind the scenes to put everything together, the industry is full of some pretty awful human beings. But that’s not to say that everyone who makes millions of dollars and lives a lifestyle we can only dream about is an absolute scumbag. Far from it, in fact. Case in point: Avengers: Infinity War star and all around awesome guy Robert Downey Jr.
Any self-respecting Marvel fan can tell you that RDJ has shown, on numerous occasions, what a wonderful person he is and now he’s done it again, going out of his way to celebrate production wrapping by buying each and every crew member of the aforementioned blockbuster a pretty sweet gift. As seen in the gallery down below, the actor ordered personalized cast chairs for everyone, complete with their names on it and a message from Downey Jr. that reads: Heart felt thanx from the center of my arc reactor.
Patrick Istorico, a film grip who worked on Infinity War, recently shared the following pics, showing off his new gift from one of Hollywood’s most respected talents, and we’ve gotta say, it looks awesome!
Now that production has wrapped, it truly is the beginning of the end, as Infinity War and Avengers 4 are expected to kill off a number of big-name characters. Those stars seemingly approaching the end of their tether include RDJ, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth, though the latter has since expressed an interest in hanging around the MCU long after Avengers 4. Perhaps that’ll pave the way for a fourth Thor movie? Taika Waititi certainly has a few ideas kicking around.
But circling back to Infinity War, and in the space of 12 short months, Marvel will deliver a one-two punch of epic proportions, as that aforementioned event movie is all set to bring the hype on May 4th, 2018, before its sequel – a sequel known only as Avengers 4…for now – tends to unfinished business on May 3rd of 2019. And after that? Well, let’s just say the MCU will never be the same again.