Robert Downey Jr.
"Extra" talked with actor Robert Downey Jr. at the L.A. premiere of "The Hangover 2," where we asked him if he'd ever do a film with his pal, Johnny Depp.
"That would be a very low-budget venture. My dry cleaning budget is most film budgets at this point," laughed Downey Jr.
The actor's wife, producer Susan Levin, interjected, "I think it would be fun. Gotta find the right thing."
It's still the number one sitcom, but can the show go on without its number one star? On Charlie Sheen's webcast Monday night, he declared, "It's my life... it's about winning."
Winning would be difficult for Sheen if CBS pulled the plug on "Two and a Half Men," since he would miss out on a staggering $30-million in salary alone -- and the network would be turning down $250-million!
Naughty Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais appeared before a star-studded audience last night and let the wicked jokes fly!
The British comedian, known for his sardonic persona, joked that the only reason "The Tourist" was nominated was so Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp would attend the ceremony! Ricky also stung Robert Downey Jr. with an intro mentioning his troubled past with drugs and arrests, and called Steve Carell "ungrateful."
When actors Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis sit in the same room together, anything can happen -- and does. Starring in the upcoming road comedy "Due Date," the two funnymen delighted "Extra" with their antics -- talking about insults and whether Downey would be up for a "Hangover 2" appearance.
"It's possible, but I can't be bothered," the actor deadpanned. "I'd love to work with Zach again, but I'm not going to go do a 'day' on his sequel. Let's not kid ourselves. Besides, they've had enough squabbles over their paltry salaries. They can't afford me."
Seriously, the two have a natural rapport, even though Galifianakis said the relationship comes with its own set of "insults." Downey remembered, "Did I say you need acting lessons?" Galifianakis corrected, "Classes." "Well, that shows I've never been to one," Downey Jr. laughed.
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Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis star in the hilarious new comedy "Due Date," from the director of "The Hangover." Downey Jr. plays a high-strung father-to-be, who is forced to hitch a ride cross country with an aspiring actor in order to make it to his child's birth on time.
The cast of "Iron Man 2" gave some set secrets to "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli, like it's not really Robert Downey Jr. in that suit once the Iron Man helmet closes and how he and co-star Gwyneth Paltrow felt about their onscreen kiss. Check out our interviews!