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Robert Downey Jr walks out of interview- was he right?

Iron Man showed he wasn’t made of steel in an interview with Channel 4 news presenter, Krishnan Guru-Murthy as he walked out after being asked about his history with drugs. 479 more words

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Dear Krishnan Guru-Murthy

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Before you continue into reading my response, please have a peek at the “interviews” (and I use that term very loosely in this case) linked below. 848 more words

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Krishnan Guru Murphy, Responsible Journalism and the Role of the Indie Journalist

Krishnan Guru Murphy prompts me to stand on my soapbox…

You may well remember Krishnan Guru Murphy as the Channel 4 anchor who made the headlines back in 2013 when he unimaginatively pushed Tarantino’s buttons and wound up getting his ‘butt shut down’ 1,152 more words

Film

"Robert Downey Jr Walks Out Of Interview!" - He Did Right! Don't Fuck With Our Iron Man!

If you’ve watched the Channel 4 interview with shithead, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, you’ll either disagree or agree with Robert leaving!

And to me, I agree! Why? For three reasons! 185 more words

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Robert Downey Jr. Abruptly Ends Interview With Krishnan Guru-Murthy After Questions Get Personal

CHANNEL 4 NEWS — Robert Downey Jr sat down with Krishnan Guru-Murthy to talk super heroes, Iron Man and his latest movie Avengers: Age of Ultron. 20 more words

Culture

Robert Downey Jr. walks out of awkward interview when asked about past

LONDON — Robert Downey Jr. recently sat down for an interview to promote his upcoming film, “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” but when the reporter began to ask the movie star about his past, things took a quick and awkward turn. 245 more words

News

Channel 4 Reporter Courts Controversy After Interview Walk-Out

British television broadcaster Channel 4 has come under criticism today, after airing a controversial interview with Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon. The segment, recorded shortly before Simon’s death last month, was arranged to raise awareness for the many charities that Simon had bequeathed his $100M estate to, but took a different turn when host Krishnan Guru-Murthy brought up the subject of Simon’s terminal cancer. 277 more words

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