“So much of the journey of Iron Man 3 is informed by Tony’s experiences in The Avengers. It’s almost like post-traumatic stress: he really has retreated after the events of The Avengers into his workshop, where he’s building advanced versions of his suits. He has [designed] a version of the suit that can latch onto him in individual pieces … anytime, anywhere. As he starts to realize, it’s basically because he doesn’t want to be out of the suit: he’s seen a lot of things in Avengers and has encountered a lot of powerful people, much more powerful than he is.”
There are some actors who when they cry, you cry with them.
And then occasionally a certain actor comes along. An actor who draws you in so deep and has you so invested in his character and who has such a gifted talent that you would do anything to stop his pain. A flicker of his eyes, a welling up of emotion and he has you shattering. An actor who just breaks your heart.
Robert is one of those actors.
The man could teach a master class in crying and acting so eloquently purely with his eyes.
This man moves like sin, melting through innocence on a 1000 thread sheets. He is all liquid grace and a slow, dirty hip roll combined with a sweet playfulness that calls to you to take him by the wrist so you can feel his pulse thrum against your palm as you lead him to the nearest wall. The seductive lowering of his eyelashes incites the need to push him gently up against said wall and then capture the curve of that tempting lower lip as your own.