Where did Iron Man go?

Updated: April 17, 2013 16:02 IST

Robert Downey Jr swapped his metal armour for something more suited to the local costume while promoting Iron Man 3 with Gwyneth Paltrow in Munich, Germany.

Where did Iron Man go?
Robert Downey Jr swapped his metal armour for something more suited to the local costume while promoting Iron Man 3 with Gwyneth Paltrow in Munich, Germany.

The actor chose to wear a pair of traditional German lederhosen for the photocall, complete with leather boots and a kerchief wrapped around his neck.

Gywneth Paltrow was her usual elegant safe in a white KaufmanFranco dress, and looked happy enough to be photographed with her quirkily-costumed co-star.

Coming Up: The moment someone tried to grab Will Ferrell's award
The moment someone tried to grab Will Ferrell\'s award
Comedian Will Ferrell, bedecked in a dollar-print suit, had a Taylor Swift moment as he accepted the Comedic Genius Award at the MTV Movie Awards in California. The actor was giving his thank you speech when young actress Aubrey Plaza suddenly walked up to him, barefoot and with a drink in her hand, and tried to grab the trophy away from Will.

According to reports, Will was taken aback but he did manage to defend his trophy from award-crasher Aubrey who then silently left the stage after she failed to snatch the popcorn bag-shaped gong.

Aubrey was later asked to leave the awards function.

At the 2009 MTV Music Video Awards , Best Female Video award winner Taylor Swift was left in tears when rapper Kanye West rushed on-stage, interrupting her speech to say that Beyonce should have won.

Coming up - Oscar 2013: moments we won't forget
Oscar 2013: moments we won\'t forget
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Daniel Day-Lewis made history in this year's Oscars when he bagged the Best Actor award for the third time, for playing the first US president in Lincoln. Daniel Day-Lewis now has the most Best Actor wins ever - three. After accepting the award from Meryl Streep, he said, "Three years ago, before we decided to do a straight swap, I had been committed to play Margaret Thatcher... Meryl was Steven (Spielberg)'s first choice for Lincoln. And I'd like to see that version."
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A Kodak moment between Meryl Streep, the most nominated actress, and Daniel Day-Lewis, the most awarded actor.
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