Come check out some outstanding concept art, created by John Eaves ("Star Trek"), for Iron Man 2 & 3. They include designs for Tony's childhood toys, his suitcase armor, and a taser that he created from a disposable camera. How'd he do that? Cause he's wicked smart!
I have now watched it six times, and each time it seems to get a bit better. In this article I will give six briefly explained reasons why I think Marvel's Iron Man 3 is a great movie.
Hey CBMer's it's me, The Incredible Hulksta, here to give you a detailed rundown on how I came around from being turned off by IRON MAN 3 to now thinking of it as my favorite solo MCU film thus far!
2013's almost finished - but which CBM was the best? This is the first of five editorials analysing the year's biggest CBMs, starting with Marvel Studios' Iron Man 3...
Check out five animated storyboards for Jon Favreau's first Iron Man venture. The animatics include slightly variation of key scenes and also include unused dialogue from Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark) and Terrence Howard (Colonel James "Rhodey" Rhodes).
Since its release in 2010, many have deemed the first sequel to the hit film, IRON MAN, to be one of the weakest points of the IRON MAN series (and that's putting it nicely). But how accurate is this harsh account?
Animated storyboards feature an alternate version of Ton Stark's (Robert Downey Jr.) party scene from Iron Man 2. It's a bit more dangerous than the theatrical cut. A super douchey Tony attempts to shoot a watermelon off the top of a party guest's beautiful head.
I've been racking my brain since it was released in theaters and on DVD, I've looked at every single concept art that was released, even the Art of Iron Man 3 book, and this suit is no where to be found.
Five years later, it seems that Terrence Howard still has a grudge about being replaced as War Machine in Iron Man 2, but he doesn't just blame Marvel - now it's the star of the franchise. Check it out!
Visual effects studio, Trixter, has released a video detailing the digital effects that they created for Shane Black's box office monster, Iron Man 3. Come see what they did with the Mark 42 armor.
You may have noticed it in front of Thor: The Dark World or even tonight's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, but check out Marvel Studios' first very own logo & fanfare up-close and in its original quality!
After skipping on Iron Man 2 for the upcoming release for Thor - The Dark World I had to give it some attention. As the first Marvel Studio sequel has it changed anything for their posters? Does even its advertising suffer from sequelitis? Only one way to find out!
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige on threequels, Ultron, MCU continuity and more. "...in the case of Ultron, there are a few characters in the franchise who it would make sense to have been involved in that creation [rather] than introducing a new character out of nowhere to come and do it."
Reiterating whether the studio aims for trilogies, Marvel's honcho talks about balancing story lines for new and existing characters in Phase two as well as Phase Three. Check it out after the jump!
If Phase One and Phase Two are any sort of template for Phase Three, I believe we could see a crossover in the works before Avengers 3. What do I mean by this? Read on for my speculation.
Ben Kingsley spoke with Vanity Fair and dropped a few tidbits about his secret project with Marvel Studios. "I think it may be seen as . . . sometimes [Marvel] tacks on a short film to one of their other releases, maybe on a DVD or something." Read on after the jump.....
Iron Man 3 writer Drew Pearce has taken to Twitter to address the rumors regarding Ben Kingley's secret Marvel project and basically shoots all of them down. Hit the jump to check it out.
what is going on with the Trevor and the Mandarin in Marvel's secret project. See the most popular theories here.
Last week, Sir Ben Kingsley, revealed that he had been working on a secret project for Marvel, but would not divulge any details. Now, El Mayimbe of Latino Review, has the scoop. Check it out!
So, what's up with Sir Ben Kingsley's secret Marvel project? Is there really another solo Hulk movie in the pipeline? Kevin Feige tries to answer those and several other Marvel allegations after the jump!
From the title one might assume I am trying to bash the Mandarin twist, but that isn't my goal with this article. Trying to take a different perspective and analyze more than just the twist, but also "change". What do I mean with that? Only one way to find out!
With the Marvel Universe currently running on Disney XD, animators Brian Michael Bendis, Paul Dini, and Man of Action will keep bring more heroes and villains into the current running shows Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, and Hulk and the Agents of SMASH. Hopefully the won't keep being obsessive on using those like the Frightful Four, Mesmero, the Destroyer and Loki over and over again especially stuff like Planet Hulk which is only to be used in Hulk's new animated show because they need to make room for other characters who haven't got the chance to debut on the small and big screen including those that weren't as frequent as Iron Man, Wolverine, Hulk and Doctor Doom. And as heroes like Ka-Zar, Cloak and Dagger, and Agent Venom are confirmed to appear in Ultimate Spider-Man season 3, there are lots of villains in the comics to use that weren't and were hardly used on screen as well and one of those villains that most fans are most desperate to see most appearing in one of these three shows next year in 2014 is Iron Man''s arch enemy, The Mandarin (real one from the comics to be exact).
Actor Ben Kingsley has revealed that he's working on a "secret Marvel project" during promotions for Ender's Game. Will Kingsley be reprising his role from Iron Man 3? Do fans want to see 'Trevor Slattery' return?
Samuel L. Jackson thinks “ fickle” audiences will accept another actor playing Iron Man if Robert Downey Jr. ever hangs up the suit, saying that “it might work.” Check it out...
Check out some more concept art of props, that Ron Mendell created for Shane Black box office mega-hit, Iron Man 3. It includes designs for the "Bully Device" that Tony Stark gives to young Harley.