Every so often we get to this point in an actor’s contract where the future seemed uncertain. Following Iron Man 3, it became clear that Marvel Cinematic Universe poster boy Robert Downey Jr was approaching the end of his contract, and there was a lot of speculation that this could be the end. Show More Summary
Oscar-nominee Robert Downey Jr. will portray the beloved animal doctor in the upcoming "The Voyage of Dr. Dolittle" for Universal Pictures. The post Robert Downey Jr. Cast as New Doctor Dolittle appeared first on CBR.
Robert Downey Jr. has boarded yet another potential franchise, signing on as the title character in The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle.
Doctor Dolittle is a major literary character from children's books who so captured his audiences' imaginations that he's been brought to life on the big screen more than once.
Iron Man's got a brand new gig.
Evidently jealous of his friends in The Avengers who actually have superpowers, Robert Downey Jr. has signed on to star in The Voyage Of Doctor Dolittle, a reboot of the classic character created by author Hugh Lofting in the 1920s.Show More Summary
3rd time's the charm? Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... Rex Harrison originated the role of DR. DOLITTLE on screen - and it's merchandizing failure was what led way to the stupendous deal that George Lucas made with 20th Century Fox which directly led to his immense Star Wars fortune to come about. Show More Summary
Robert Downey Jr. is trading in his "Iron Man" suit to talk to animals. The star is set to headline "The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle," a project won in auction by Universal. Stephen Gaghan ("Syriana," "Gold") will direct and write the script, which is based on the 1920s children's books by Hugh Lofting. Show More Summary
Based on the physician character who can talk to animals from the 1920’s series of children’s books The post Robert Downey Jr. to Star in The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
For the second time, Hollywood is rebooting Doctor Dolittle with one of its biggest stars of the moment. First it was Eddie Murphy in the 1990s, and now it’s Robert Downey Jr. Read more...
Stephen Gaghan will direct the film from his own script.
Robert Downey Jr. has found his post–Iron Man gig. After he’s done donning the suit in The Avengers installments (and Iron Man-ing some more in Spider Man: Homecoming), he’ll be Hollywood’s next Doctor Dolittle. Downey will don the stethoscope and talk to animals in The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle, which ... More »
Robert Downey Jr. has signed on to star as Doctor Dolittle in an adaptation of The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle for Universal. Learn more details about the Robert Downey Jr Doctor Dolittle movie, after the jump. Stephen Gaghan, who wrote...Show More Summary
That new DR. DOLITTLE movie you wanted is en route. Read more...
Robert Downey Jr. will be playing the title role in the upcoming movie The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle. The film will be based on the 1920s children’s books about a doctor who claims he can communicate with the animals he lives with and treats. Eddie Murphy most recently played the role in a 1998 movie [...]
Universal Pictures won an auction for The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle, with Robert Downey Jr playing the title character and Stephen Gaghan directing and rewriting a Tom Shepherd script based on the 1920s children's books by Hugh Lofting. Joe...Show More Summary
Orlando Bloom arrives to help his friend Chris Martin celebrate his birthday on Friday (March 3) in Malibu, Calif. There were a bunch of stars at the event and other celebs spotted arriving included Robert Downey Jr. and his wife Susan, Aaron Paul, Rob Lowe, James Corden and his wife Julia, Barbra Streisand and husband [...]
A radio host named Jamie East shared a 2009 paparazzi photo of Robert Downey Jr. on Wednesday, and Twitter immediately became concerned, amused, baffled, and any number of other choice adjectives about a dog in the background. Why? Everything about the dog's expression, position, and—no, mainly those two things. Show More Summary
Robert Downey Jr. and Sammy Davis Jr. are arguably two of the biggest celebrities ever to rock nominal suffixes—but why aren't they Robert Downey II and Sammy Davis II?