People have been looking forward to “Avengers: Infinity War” for years. And now that it’s finally in theaters, it has become a box office success. The film brings together characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe that you’ve seen over the past 10 years, all joining forces to try and stop Thanos.
Though the actors in “Avengers: Infinity War” are now huge names in Hollywood, it wasn’t always that way. They started out in small film and TV series before earning a spot in the franchise.
Here’s what the stars of “Avengers: Infinity War” looked before they were famous.
Long before playing Tony Stark/Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. landed his first role in the movie “Pound.”
The movie was written and directed by his father. Downey was five years old when the movie was released, and played a puppy.
Downey went on to star in movies like “Hail Cesar,” “Home for the Holidays,” “The Shaggy Dog,” and “Gothika.”
These days, he is known for his Marvel role as a genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist (Tony’s words, not ours).
He made his first appearance as “Iron Man” in 2008, and his character has had three total standalone films. With the introduction of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, Tony has also taken on the role of a mentor to the teen webslinger.
Before Mark Ruffalo became known for his reputation as one of the worst secret-keepers in the “Avengers: Infinity War” cast, he starred in a variety of films, from comedies to horrors.
When he was younger, Ruffalo was a bartender, navigated Los Angeles with a motorcycle, and participated in theater productions.
He also starred in movies like “13 Going on 30” and “Collateral.”
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