New trailer for Robert Downey Jr.’s The Judge.

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Job one is get out of that cave. A lot of people do get out but don’t change. So the thing is to get out and recognize the significance of that aggressive denial of your fate, come through the crucible forged into a stronger metal. Or whatever. But I don’t even know if that was my experience. It’s funny: five years ago, I would’ve made it sound like I’m conscious of my own participation in seizing the similarities. But so many things have become less certain. I swear to God. I am not my story.

I can’t believe he has come back into play, but my beloved teacher? I went to a piano recital with him today. Him and a few year 7 students.

It was like being back in school. No, actually it wasn’t. Because I wasn’t just some school kid like the year 7s. I was special to him. We had the best talk we’ve had since… February.

He hugged me. Kissed me on the cheek. I almost died right then and there.

I went for so long without seeing him much. I saw him at a few gigs but we didn’t really have time to talk deeply. And I was fine. I was actually falling for other people. I wasn’t ‘in love’ with him anymore. I loved him sure, I always will. But I had closure. 

Today all those feelings resurfaced. It all came flooding back. I remembered how much I loved him. How much I missed him.

I came home a weeping mess.
I want to see him again. I want to see him every day like I used to. Man this feels like some sort of addiction where I had a taste and now I’m craving more.

As for all the boys my age? Fuck them all. I am tired. If I ever say that I like any of the guys I currently know, I am either lying or bored. Don’t believe me.

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Behind the Scenes with VF Cover Star Robert Downey Jr. and His Son, Exton

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Robert Downey Jr. and Exton Downey in a shoot for Vanity Fair’s October issue