In a recent interview, Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu touched on comments made about him by Iron Man actor Robert Downey Jr.

Speaking to UK outlet The Independent, about his most recent film Bardo, Iñárrituwas also asked how he currently feels about comments made by Downey Jr. in 2015 saying that Iñárritu was “bright” for the director’s vocabulary considering his native language is not English. When asked by The Independent if Iñárritu expected an apology at this time, he said “Of course not. Of course not. I don’t expect that.

“I honestly could not care at all. I am completely against what he said but I will defend his right to say whatever he wants. Anything he wants to say is fine, but for me it reads completely the wrong way.”

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