Robert Downey Jr. Offers Fans Chance to Live Like Tony Stark, Attend 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Premiere

Those who make a donation to children's hospice center Julia's House will be entered to win.
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Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man on the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' poster

While this might not be the big announcement Robert Downey Jr. teased on Twitter last Wednesday, it's still a cool opportunity for Avengers fans eager to see the Age of Ultron sequel.

Downey Jr. is offering Avengers fans a chance to experience a day in the life of Tony Stark in L.A., ending with a trip to the Avengers: Age of Ultron world premiere, allowing the winner and a friend to be some of the first people to see the highly anticipated sequel.

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You can enter by going to and donating $10 to benefit children's hospice center Julia's House. A winner and a friend will be flown to L.A. for a Tony Stark-themed day beginning with breakfast at Randy's Donuts before indoor skydiving, a helicopter ride over the Hollywood sign and a custom gown or tux fitting before hanging out with Downey Jr. and attending the Avengers: Age of Ultron world premiere.

In a video announcing the contest, Downey Jr. teases that the experience will include some "pre-premiere caviar."

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"We'll giggle, chat, take pictures. Perhaps even engage in a battle of wits," he adds.

Even those who don't win can get Avengers swag depending on their donation level, Downey Jr. says in the video.