MCU star Robert Downey Jr celebrated his birthday yesterday which has caused stars from across the MCU to wish him on his day. And as fans would expect, the wishes also arrived from Men In Blafj set starring Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth. Chris Hemsworth and Thompson posted a small video of them wishing a happy birthday and love to Robert Downey Jr, who’s Iron Man set the stage for the rest of MCU. Check out the video below:

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Mark Ruffalo Also Wished Robert Downey Jr

Mark Ruffalo wished Robert Downey Jr  on His Birthday
Mark Ruffalo wished Robert Downey Jr on His Birthday

Earlier, Mark Ruffalo also posted a birthday message for Robert Downey Jr, who turned 54 yesterday. Ruffalo reprises the role of Hulk in MCU, and recently shared a hilarious behind the scenes photo of him and Downey, also revealing that he has solved the birthday puzzle for Robert Downey Jr. Bruce Banner and Tony Stark have been fan favourite in MCU, ever since 2012’s Avengers. Both of them will be next seen in Avengers: Endgame.

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“Downey is such a remarkable performer, and we really love him as a performer and what he’s done with the character.” co-director Anthony Russo explained in a previous interview. “The character started as a very narcissistic, self-centered character. His arc in the first movie was to just begin to take a step beyond that, and we’ve continued him along that line in his journey that he’s had to the point where at the opening of Infinity War, his personal life is very thick. The stakes of his relationship with Pepper (Potts) are very high now. Also the fact that he’s had this mentor relationship with Peter Parker, it’s as if his personal life is becoming fuller and more important to him than it ever had before. And that’s an interesting counterpoint to his life as Iron Man, and also his life as Iron Man is a potential threat to that personal life as well. What’s happening with Tony Stark in this film is that he’s beginning to feel the tension between those two things, and that’s a difficult conflict for him.”

Captain Marvel is running in theaters now. Avengers: Endgame will release on April 26th, and Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 5th.

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