Robert downey jr dating history
Boyega, 25, said just before the sci-fi franchise’s big return in Dec.
2015, he realized, “It was time for me to sit down with someone who’s been through the extremes of Hollywood and to be given some tips as to how to stay stable.” He asked his agent to reach out to Downey’s for a sit-down, as the actor has famously overcome the perils of young stardom.
(Bloom recently dated Katy Perry, and Downey has been wed to wife Susan since 2005).
“My mom and dad have been together for 25 years, so that’s the system I will follow,” said Boyega, adding, “It’s nice to survive with your companion by your side. But I’ve never experienced it.” RELATED VIDEO: John Boyega Had a Hysterical Reaction the First Time He Watched He continued, “And people advise you as a celebrity, ‘Make sure you get someone who doesn’t care about your career.’ ” Boyega said, however, that he disagrees with that take.
Not only have they supported each other off screen, but they have also worked together on movies like Sherlock Holmes and Iron Man 2.
For three consecutive years from 2012 to 2015, Downey topped the Forbes list of Hollywood's highest-paid actors, making an estimated million in earnings between June 2014 and June 2015.
In 1987, Downey played Julian Wells, a drug-addicted rich boy whose life rapidly spirals out of his control, in the film version of the Bret Easton Ellis novel Less Than Zero.
His performance, described by Janet Maslin in The New York Times as "desperately moving", was widely praised, though Downey has said that for him "the role was like the ghost of Christmas Future" since his drug habit resulted in his becoming an "exaggeration of the character" in real life.
Zero drove Downey into films with bigger budgets and names, such as Chances Are (1989) with Cybill Shepherd and Ryan O'Neal, Air America (1990) with Mel Gibson, and Soapdish (1991) with Sally Field, Kevin Kline, and Whoopi Goldberg.
In 1992, he starred as Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin, a role for which he prepared extensively, learning how to play the violin and tennis left-handed.