As he landed on the Iron Man Mantle, John Stamos wanted to pay homage to Robert Downey Jr

As he landed on the Iron Man Mantle, John Stamos wanted to pay homage to Robert Downey Jr ...

When it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man was the one who sparked it all, and that is likely to make anyone who acquires that mantle, even in a completely different way, think twice. This is probably why John Stamos, who recently saw Iron Man at Disneyland, wanted to do something similar for his own performance, until the directors said he didnt need to.

Spidey and his Amazing Friends will be played by John Stamos in new episodes of the children's television series. There are similarities between the cartoon Iron Man's relationship to Spider-Man in the series and the relationship depicted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he ended up finding his own route to play the part.

I came in thinking, I will do something like Robert. And they said, Dont do that. Dont do that! Theyre all kids! I'm coming in as a mentor, for sure, but also as the adult character, and I think we've found our way.

Spidey and his Amazing Friends is a Disney Junior and Disney+ animated series that consists of Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, and Miles Morales as a group of three Spideys who fight the likes of Green Goblin, Black Panther, and Doc Ock. New episodes will include other Marvel names, including John Stamos, who will also appear in Season 2 of Big Shots in the future as Iron Man.

The three Spideys, as well as most of the other hero and villain characters, are portrayed as children rather than teenagers or adults, according to the program. Iron Man will be played as the real adult in the room, a kind of mentor to the Spidey Team.

John Stamos credits the voice director and the individuals behind the scenes for assisting him in obtaining his own Iron Man. It's possible that a children's TV show may be different from the one we know from the movies, but figuring out the right way to do that while still being Iron Man is tricky.

Kelly Ward is a legend. He said, "This is you." It's in the character and in the legacy. I wanted to be respectful, for sure. I asked the Marvel employees there, Am I in the right world?

Iron Man's future on the big screen is anybody's guess, though we will soon get a spiritual replacement when Ironheart makes her MCU debut. However, John Stamos will not be the last actor influenced by Robert Downey Jr.'s portrayal.