Robert Downey Jr. acknowledges the exceptional work he did in Marvel's "Iron Man" series but feels it went somewhat unnoticed due to the nature of the genre.

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Downey discusses feeling exposed after the security of the Marvel cocoon, citing the underwhelming response to his 2020 film "Dolittle."

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Downey attributes the definitive shift in his career to leaving Marvel, rendering him more teachable and open to new opportunities.

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Regarding working with Christopher Nolan, he humorously referenced the saying, "When the student is ready, the teacher will come."

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Notable figures like Martin Scorsese criticize comic-book films, referring to them as theme parks rather than true cinema.

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Scorsese raises concerns about the long-term impact of such films on culture, expressing the need for filmmakers to prioritize saving cinema.

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Jessica Lange joins the critique, expressing disinterest in big comic-book franchise films and lamenting the industry's shift towards prioritizing corporate profits 

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Lang, who plans to retire soon, highlights the diminishing importance of creativity in the industry

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Lang's perspective emphasizes the negative trend in the industry, where creativity is secondary to financial gain.

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The discussion underscores a call to action for filmmakers to balance financial success with artistic integrity.

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