Watch: When Robert Downey Jr. AKA Iron Man Invited Joe Rogan to Star in a Marvel’s Avengers Movie

Published 04/18/2022, 3:05 PM EDT

Joe Rogan seems to be convincing enough to make his big move into Marvel’s Avengers sequel. In a two-year-old podcast, Rogan featured Robert Downey Jr, alias ‘Iron Man’ of avengers movie fame. During the interview, Rogan was humorously offered a chance to be cast in the movie.

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‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ episode 1411, saw Robert Downey Jr. having a deep conversation about his role in Avengers.

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Rogan, like every other Avengers fan, was disappointed to see the demise of Iron Man in the sequel. Rogan asked, “Is the road to Iron man totally closed? Because I don’t believe it is. You guys can go through time now. You already opened up the door“.

Tony stark replied, “Let me ask you the question, if I pick the jersey back and put it on, wouldn’t you feel a little bit like oh no crap”

It was the moment for Rogan to prove his fondness for the superhero Iron Man. He spontaneously replied,
“No, here is what I think. They go through a few semi lackluster Avengers movies without you”

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He narrated how a sequel with the returning of Iron Man in it would do, “Ready for this, here’s the scene there’s a moment where the world’s fate is at stake, and they’ve realized they need super genius, and then they figure out how to restart that time machine. The audience sees you when you step out of that thing “

Tony Stark intriguingly replied, “You want a little arc on it cause if this is your idea, then you got to show up for it too”

PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 28: Comedian Joe Rogan performs during his appearance at The Ice House Comedy Club on January 28, 2015 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Michael Schwartz/WireImage)

Seems Rogan’s thorough explanation of the next avenger’s plot earned him a role in the movie. Additionally, every fan would like to see the Return of Iron Man in the avengers.

Rogan recently made his statement about the real-life Iron Man, Elon Musk. Currently, Musk’s recent move to acquire social media giant Twitter has gained a significant response.

Joe is mesmerized by Elon Musk

Elon musk has been featured in Rogan’s podcast twice. Episode #1169 in September 2018 was his first appearance, making it the highest-grossing episode with 39 million views, and a Second appearance on #1470 on May 7, 2020.

Rogan was astonished by the business giant, Elon Musk’s decision to get a hefty $3 billion worth of shares from social media giant Twitter. ‘Technoking’ owns a 9.2% stokehold, serving him as the largest external stakeholder of twitter.

He said on his The Joe Rogan Experience #1883 episode,

“Elon is a f***ing wizard, man. I’m really interested to see what he does with Twitter because he bought 9 percent of it.”

Following his investment in the social media behemoth. Musk held a Twitter poll, asking his followers if they wanted an edit button on Twitter.

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Twitter doesn’t allow its users to edit their pots. Musk’s poll had 73.6% of people voting for an edit button. Unsurprisingly, people loved the idea and are all for it..

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Musk’s move might bring a revolution to the social media spectrum. Wouldn’t it be great to see Joe Rogan alongside Robert Downey Jr in the avenger’s movie?

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Vinay Vinod

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Vinay Vinod is a UFC writer for EssentiallySports. As a state-level amateur kickboxer and a national-level karate athlete, he prides himself on his ability to read fighters and make an in-depth analysis into the fight styles of athletes across traditional martial arts and combat sports. Considering Vinay's martial arts background, he is an ardent supporter of Israel Adesanya, Stephen 'Wonderboy' Thompson, and Lyoto Machida.

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