“RDJ Makes a Grand Entrance at Letterman Show Following Memorable Interview Walkout”

Despite the seemingly uncomfortable interview he had with Channel 4 News, Robert Downey Jr. appeared in high spirits as he arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City on Thursday for his appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman. The 50-year-old actor maintained a positive attitude, sporting a wide grin and a cheerful disposition as he continued his promotional press tour for Avengers: Age Of Ultron. This comes just one day after he left an interview with British journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy, who apparently asked him a question that was too personal.

Not bringing him down: Robert Downey Jr was in great spirits as he arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City for an appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman on Thursday

Robert Downey Jr arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City for his appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman on Thursday. He seemed to be in high spirits and was not letting anything bring him down. For the occasion, he wore a navy striped suit with a matching tie and black trousers. He kept himself cozy in a color-coordinated overcoat and finished his outfit with his favorite designer sneakers. After his abrupt walkout from a brief interview with UK’s Channel 4 News which quickly went viral, the father-of-two appeared to be visibly happier.

What interview? That awkward interview with Channel 4 News clearly hasn't bothered him

Which interview are we talking about? The one where Channel 4 News tried to make him uncomfortable? It seems like it didn’t even faze him.

Much loved: The 50-year-old actor took a bow in front of fans and photographers

The actor, who is 50 years old, received a warm reception from both fans and photographers as he took a bow on stage. He is well-liked and admired by many.

Blue steel: The father-of-three was sharply dressed for his appearance wearing a navy striped suit and matching tie with black trousers

The man who is a father of three was looking sharp in his navy striped suit paired with a matching tie and black trousers. However, things took a turn for the worse during an interview he was participating in to promote his latest movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron. The prearranged conversation suddenly became personal when the interviewer brought up the topic of the actor’s drug abuse and time spent in prison. This caused the actor to become visibly angry and abruptly storm out of the interview, leaving it recorded for Channel 4 in London on Wednesday. Prior to this, the atmosphere was good when the discussion began, focusing on his experiences while filming the blockbuster which recently premiered in Britain.

Not having it: RDJ stormed out of a TV interview when asked about his history of drug abuse and time in prison on Wednesday

On Wednesday, Robert Downey Jr. abruptly left a television interview after being questioned about his past struggles with substance abuse and time spent in prison.

'What are we doing?' The actor was furious when the line of questioning suddenly got personal in a recorded chat with Channel 4 in London to promote his latest film Avengers: Age of Ultron

The actor was extremely angry during an interview with Channel 4 in London promoting his new movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron, when the interviewer started asking personal questions. He asked, “What are we doing?” to show his frustration.

'It's just getting a bit Diane Sawyer': British journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy looked panicked with his arms in the air

Krishnan Guru-Murthy, a British journalist, made Hollywood star Robert Downey Jr. feel uncomfortable during an interview when he asked about his past struggles with drugs and alcohol. As Krishnan hesitantly raised the topic of his long-conquered personal demons, Robert could be seen becoming visibly uncomfortable. He interrupted and expressed his confusion about the direction of the interview, stating “I really don’t – what are we doing?” He then got up and left, referring to the situation as “getting a bit Diane Sawyer.” Krishnan tried to convince him to stay, but Robert did not continue with the chat.

Coming soon: The Joss Whedon-directed Marvel movie is slated for a May 1 release in the States

The Joss Whedon-directed Marvel film is scheduled to be released on May 1st in the United States. In the meantime, Robert Downey Jr. was seen enjoying his time on The Late Show with Letterman on Thursday. He mentioned that he had a great time at his star-studded 50th birthday party, which occurred on April 4th at the Santa Monica airport in California. The party included Duran Duran and Steely Dan playing music. Celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and her new boyfriend Brad Falchuk, Jeremy Renner, Orlando Bloom, Jennifer Aniston, and fiance Justin Theroux were among the guests.

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