The 'Iron Man' actor is expected to collaborate with his wife for an upcoming TV series starring Anthony Michael Hall.
Robert Downey Jr. is apparently heading to the small screen to try his hands at directing. According to a scoop from TheWrap, the "Iron Man" actor is confirmed to sit behind the lens for a pilot of an upcoming TV series called "Singularity".
The Marvel star will team up with his producer wife Susan as part of a new deal between their Team Downey Productions and Sonar Entertainment. The plot remains scarce, but actor Anthony Michael Hall is expected to play the lead role.
It's unclear when the project will go into production, but Robert Downey Jr. is still busy with MCU. He was last seen in "Captain America: Civil War" and will next reprise his role as Tony Stark in "Spider-Man: Homecoming". He also joins "Avengers: Infinity War" and lands a Perry Mason TV series at HBO.