Robert Downey Jr. beams with happiness as he films a new project in the Hamptons
He has spent much of his life in front of the camera.
But the magic of moviemaking hasn’t faded for Robert Downey Jr.
The 57-year-old actor couldn’t have looked happier as he filmed a new project in the Hamptons on Monday.
Light, camera, action! Robert Downey Jr. couldn’t have looked happier shooting a new movie in the Hamptons on Monday
Robert smiled from ear to ear as he strolled through the set in a blue top, sweatpants and white sneakers.
He shielded his eyes behind a pair of black sunglasses and completed his look with a smart watch.
The actor was making a costume change when he was spotted in a sharper look.
Robert was now wearing a black button-down, green pants and smart sneakers.
Man of style: Actor made a costume change when he was spotted wearing a sharper look
The Iron Man caught the eye as he chatted with several other men, including employees of KEM South, a full-service diesel shop.
The actor lit up as he clenched his fists and displayed his acting abilities.
It is unclear which film Robert was photographed with, but he has several projects coming soon.
All-Star Weekend and Oppenheimer are both currently in post-production, while his other projects — Play Dirty, Sherlock Holmes 3 and the miniseries The Sympathizer — are all in pre-production, according to IMDb.
Get Animated: The Iron Man caught the eye as he chatted with several other men, including employees of KEM South, a full-service diesel store
Outside of his film career, Robert has reportedly helped disgraced actor Armie Hammer after his career collapsed in January 2021 following allegations of sexual assault against him.
A source previously told Vanity Fair that Hammer, who reportedly struggled with substance abuse issues, was staying at an Avengers: Endgame actor’s home and “attending an AA meeting” in Malibu.
The source added that Downey Hammer has provided “financial assistance until he is back on his feet”.
The insider confirmed that Downey paid for Hammer to spend nearly six months at the Florida rehabilitation facility, the Guest House.
Downey himself has a famous Hollywood redemption story, having returned to the big screen after multiple arrests on drug-related charges and a stint in prison.
DailyMail.com previously spoke to Armie’s estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers, who appeared to confirm that Robert had helped fund Hammer’s rehabilitation period, saying that “everyone needs help.”