Robert Downey Jr. Alludes To Possible Role In Solo "Spider-Man" Film

During Robert Downey Jr.'s appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night, which also saw the rest of #TeamIronMan take the stage, the Iron Man actor opened up about Spider-Man's role in "Captain America: Civil War" -- and alluded to his possible involvement in 2017's "Spider-Man: Homecoming."

When asked if he would appear in the next solo Spidey film, Downey didn't shoot down the idea. "Perhaps I will, we don't have a contract yet," said Downey Jr. Tony Stark's involvement in a Spider-Man film doesn't seem so farfetched. Character bios for "Civil War" revealed that it's Iron Man himself that personally recruits Spider-Man into the battle.

RDJ also spoke about his personal affection for the character. "You and I both grew up [with Spider-Man]. To me, Spider-Man, that was my whole deal...He was funny, he was cool, he was young like us." He praised Tom Holland, calling his portrayal of Spider-Man "fantastic."

Kimmel also revealed that Tony Stark has a scene with Marisa Tomei's Aunt May. Tomei is so far the youngest actor to portray Aunt May in live action, a fact that both Kimmel and Downey discussed. "She seemed ancient before and now she's Marisa Tomei and he's got a hot aunt," said Downey Jr. "My god, just think of the possibilities."

You can watch the entire interview below.

"Captain America: Civil War" opens on May 6, 2016. "Spider-Man: Homecoming" opens on July 7, 2017.

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