Downey promotes ‘Iron Man 3’ in Beijing
Actor Robert Downey Jr. has traveled to Beijing to promote “Iron Man 3,” which was filmed partly in China and features well-known Chinese actors.
At a news conference Saturday, Downey, who reprises the role of Tony Stark in the upcoming movie, said he’s fascinated with Chinese culture and loves Chinese movies, while urging the local audience to see the superhero film.
“Iron Man 3” was financed in part by the Chinese company DMG, which has created for the movie the role of Dr. Wu, played by Chinese actor Wang Xueqi.
DMG chairman Xiao Wenge said introducing Chinese culture to the world is a core mission of his company.
HBO is making Ephron documentary with son
Nora Ephron will be the subject of an HBO documentary being made by her one of her sons, journalist Jacob Bernstein.
The network said Friday that the project, titled “Everything is Copy,” will also have Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter as executive producer.
Ephron died at age 71 last year. She was the writer behind films “When Harry Met Sally,” “You’ve Got Mail” and “Sleepless in Seattle.” Her last project is the current Broadway play about journalist Mike McAlary, with Tom Hanks in the starring role.
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