Have you ever visited Robert Downey Jr. in one of his rental homes while he’s on location for a film and thought, “Huh. I don’t think I’ve ever been here before, but it feels so familiar.” Maybe you thought, “I’m having total ‘déjà vu’ right now, if you’re familiar with the concept.” Well, there’s a simple reason for that.

According to an Us Weekly source:

“Whenever [Robert Downey Jr.] rents a place, he has all the same furniture sent so there’s consistency from rental to rental.”

But how does he move it from place to place? The source continues:

“It comes in big semis.”

And why does he do it? The source continues:

“He does it for a sense of comfort.”

Ahh. See, now that makes sense. An incredible scoop.

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