RUMOR: Iron Man To Appear In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
There has been little news on the Guardians of The Galaxy movie lately, but now according to a new report, Marvel could be looking to Robert Downy Jr. to make an appearance in the film as Tony Stark/Iron Man.
Get the salt shakers out! News has been pretty quiet on the Marvel movie front lately. More specifically Guardians of The Galaxy. It seems that may not be the case any more. According to comicbook.com they have a source that says none other than Robert Downy Jr. will appear in the film as his popular Tony Star/Iron Man character. They ran a story a couple weeks back speculating after the Guardians of The Galaxy comic book cover was revealed at New York Comic Con that showed a character the looked suspiciously like Iron Man. It was later confirmed to be Iron Man and Comicbook.com's source in now confirming that they were right about Iron Man appearing in the movie.
Now keep in mind this is NOT confirmed. To be honest, it seems a little far fetched. Right now Robert Downy Jr. is at the tail end of his contract with Marvel. So unless he signs another multipicture deal, it would seem very unlikely that they would use him in this capacity.
As of right now we only know a couple of concrete things about Guardians of The Galaxy. First being that is will be released on August 1st of 2014. The other is that James Gunn has been hired to directed it. We have seen some concept art that was reveled at San Diego Comic Con, however rumors suggest that the line up in the art may not be final. For the latest on Iron Man and Guardians of The Galaxy make sure to check back here at CBM.
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