How much did Robert downey jr make for iron man three?
Robert Downey Jr was paid $50 million for his role of Tony Stark/Iron Man in Iron Man 3.
Iron can be found in caves above ground and underground. You can make tools and doors with it. Firstly, you punch a tree to get wood. Make planks out of the wood. Make a crafting table. Then use your remaining wood to make sticks and if possible, a wooden pickaxe. Then mine three stone to get three cobblestone. Then you can use wood to make sticks to make a stone pickaxe. Then you can mine…
Robert Downey Jr. (man that plays Iornman) agreed to only 3 Ironman movies but he will also be doing a movie called "The Avengers" soon so you could count that as his fourth movie. In the Avengers there gonna make Thor, Ironman, Hulk, Captain America, and possibly Spiderman be in the movie. It will probably come out in 2011 or 2012 though.
It all depends on what type of actor they are and where they are working. Actors in local theater groups may be volunteers and not earn a salary. According to Payscale.com, the average Actor or Actress in the United States earns approximately $48,000 per year. According to Salary.com, the median annual Actor/Performer salary is $52,915. However, superstars such as Robert Downey Jr. ($75 million for Iron Man 3), bring in million dollar salaries.
Once you find a diamond ore, you will need either an iron pickaxe or a diamond pickaxe to mine it. If you try to mine it with a wood, stone, or gold pick, the diamond will simply disappear. To make an iron pickaxe, you first need to smelt three iron ores in a furnace. Use the iron ingots to make a pick: Top row: Iron ingot, Iron ingot, Iron ingot. Middle row: blank, stick, blank…
It depends on the type of meteor. There are three major types of meteors: iron, stony-iron and stony. If it's an iron meteor, it is a hundred percent made up of iron and nickel. Stony-iron meteors comprise of 50 percent iron and 50 percent silicates. Stony meteors are composed of 10 to 15 percent iron and nickel with 85 to 90 percent silicates.