Boyega, 25, said just before the sci-fi franchise’s big return in Dec. 2015, he realized, “It was time for me to sit down with someone who’s been through the extremes of Hollywood and to be given some tips as to how to stay stable.”
He asked his agent to reach out to Downey’s for a sit-down, as the actor has famously overcome the perils of young stardom. And Downey obliged, inviting Boyega to his house for a crash-course on fame. Unexpectedly, Bloom stopped by.
“I’m not used to any of that stuff, hanging out with Iron Man on a day-to-day basis,” the Detroitstar told GQ. “I was just like, ‘Bloody hell. Is this how the celebrities do?’ ”
So, with two industry veterans at his behest, Boyega turned to “Women. Women, women, women,” seeking guidance on how to craft a lasting relationship amid the tinsel town madness.Read more at PeopleTVwatch