Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr. and his wife Susan, who produced the sequel to the famous detective flick, arrived to the premiere of "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" on Tuesday.
The happy couple said they are prepared for their first baby, due in February, with Robert asking his wife, "We're used to sleep deprivation, aren't we, honey?"
Robert Downey Jr., star of "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows," sat down with "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli, and said, "This is actually better than the first. I've heard that happens with sequels every once and a while."
Robert, who is going to be a father again with wife Susan Downey, revealed he knows the sex and name of his baby, but added, "[Susan] told me that I will lose my tongue if I share it before she's ready."
At an American Cinematheque tribute to Robert Downey Jr. Friday, the "Iron Man" star praised his friend Mel Gibson - and said he should be forgiven.
"Unless you are without sin -- and if you are, you are in the wrong f**king industry -- you should forgive him and let him work again," Downey said after Gibson presented him with the award before a packed ballroom.
Check out this first trailer for the highly anticipated "The Avengers," starring Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man; Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury; Chris Evans as Captain America; Chris Hemsworth as Thor; Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk; Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow; and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye.
"The Avengers" roar into theaters May, 2012!
"Extra's" Terri Seymour powered up with the A-list actors starring in "The Avengers," at the Anaheim Convention Center for Disney's D23 Expo. Dubbed "the ultimate Disney fan event," D23 gave ticket holders an exclusive sneak peek at the company's upcoming films and theme-park attractions.
Without giving too much away, "Iron Man's" Robert Downey Jr. said to Seymour, "When I first read the script I didn't understand why Thor was kicking my ass so much, and now, I understand."