Popular Hollywood actor Robert Downey Jr. wrote an appeal to Ukrainians. Video was published by Ukrainian film distribution company B&H Film Distribution Company.
So, the star of “the Avengers” and “Iron man” asks to call Olga and tell her that he will play the role of Dr. Doolittle movie with animals.
Also Robert said that the film will be a new character – a parrot named Polynesia, who sings almost like a Nightingale and even knows how to cook Ukrainian borscht.
It is known that a new story of a veterinarian, played by Eddie Murphy, will return to cinema screens on 9 January 2020. This time Dr. Doolittle will play Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr.
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The plot takes the audience into the Victorian era where Dr. Doolittle leads a reclusive life together with former patients: a tiger, a giraffe, a dog, a parrot and other animals. He embarks on a journey to a mysterious island in search of the cure for the sick Queen.
The voices of the animals voiced by such famous actors: Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, Ralph Fiennes, Selena Gomez and Tom Holland.
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