Robert Downey Jr. is your new 'Dr. Dolittle'

Robert Downey Jr. is your new 'Dr. Dolittle'

(The Avengers, Iron Man, Sherlock Holmes) is taking a crack at a potential new franchise for himself by agreeing to star in The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle for Universal Pictures. Stephen Gaghan ("Syriana", "Gold") will direct and write the script, which is based on the 1920s children's books by Hugh Lofting.

In a competitive situation, Universal won the rights to the hot package after it hit the town and garnered multiple bids from studios last week.

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Robert Downey Jr is set to play Doctor Dolittle in a new film based on the Hugh Lofting character. Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum are producing the film for their Roth/Kirschenbaum Films, alongside Susan Downey for Team Downey. The eccentric Dr. Dolittle treats animals and claims to be able to communicate with them. The movie was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar and took home awards for Best Original Song and Best Visual Effects. Then came a 1967 musical movie starring Rex Harrison, followed most famously by a pair of Eddie Murphy movies in 1998 and 2001.

Downey will next be seen in this summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming as well as Avengers: Infinity War the following year. That film spawned four sequels, though the latter three did not star Murphy and were released straight-to-video. He's repped by CAA.

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Shepherd is represented by WME, Think Tank management and Jackoway/Tyerman.

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