[Redacted] Are Back For IRON MAN III
Mild Spoiler Alert: Familiar foes, who plagued Tony Stark in the first Iron Man film are reportedly making a definitive return in Iron Man 3. As always, read on only if you want to find out who.
Reports Latino Review, the villainous terrorist group seen in the first Iron Man movie [see below] are set to return in Iron Man 3. In the image below you can make out the symbol for The Ten Rings in the background as the terrorist group reads off a list of demands in exchange for their hostage, Tony Stark. In Iron Man 2, the unnamed man who gave Whiplash (Mickey Rourke) fake documents to enter the US is also thought to be a member of the Ten Rings. The Iron Man 3 crew hat below has the exact same ring logo, indicating what Latino Review believes to be an indication that The Ten Rings will indeed be in the film. No further details yet as to how this relates to Ben Kingsley's Mandarin. Comic book fans will of course know that The Ten Rings are actual rings in the comic books and the source of The Mandarin's powers. Could things be coming full circle for Tony Stark in Iron Man 3?
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Running Time: Unknown
Release Date: 3 May 2013 (USA)
Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Guy Pearce, Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle, Rebecca Hall, Jon Favreau, William Sadler, James Badge Dale, Ashley Hamilton and Gwyneth Paltrow
Directed by:Shane Black
Written by: Shane Black (screenplay, Drew Pearce (screenplay), Stan Lee (characters), Jack Kirby (characters), Larry Lieber (characters), Don Heck (characters)
The plot is unknown at this time, though it's confirmed to be roughly based on Warren Ellis' EXTREMIS arc . Rumor has it Tony Stark/Iron Man will head to China to face his toughest opponent, Mandarin.
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