Iron Man 3 News
2:43 PM 10/29/2013 by Jeff Giles
Okay, first things first: if you haven't seen Iron Man 3, just stop reading now, because everything that's in here is going to spoil the heck out of a crucial twist in the movie's plot. But if you have seen it, and you're curious about just what Ben Kingsley might be up to with Marvel regarding his upcoming one-shot project, read on.
bleedingcool.com – I’ve yet to hear a legitimate argument against Iron Man 3‘s “big villain reveal” – in general, rather than any specifics of how this reveal might have been paced or staged – but if you think you have one, now’s the time to rehearse it. According to a new report at Latino Review, which could very well be utterly unsubstantiated rubbish, the studio has plans for The Mandarin that will need very careful handling. 6 weeks 3 days ago via jetli
rottentomatoes.com – We've always covered the biggest movies coming out on home video for RT on DVD, but in years past, TV coverage has been limited to just a handful of releases we thought were particularly notable. Now that the Rotten Tomatoes TV Zone is up and running, you can expect to see a lot more television showing up here, and it all begins this week with Iron Man 3, Room 237, Hannibal Season 1, and the complete seventh series of the BBC's Doctor Who, plus more. 11 weeks 3 days ago via donnieyen
2:46 PM 8/14/2013 by Jeff Giles
Listen, as much as we'd like to pretend otherwise, eventually there's going to come a day when no amount of money will be enough to keep Robert Downey, Jr. in Iron Man's armor -- and since the 48-year-old Downey is rapidly reaching the point of diminishing action hero returns anyway, Marvel needs to figure out how to replace the most irreplaceable part of its cinematic empire. Mark Wahlberg would like to help.
feedproxy.google.com – In a new interview, Mark Wahlberg says he’d like to take over the Iron Man franchise from Robert Downey Jr. He’s mostly kidding. The line is delivered in a semi-joking tone and he goes on to say he’s never really been asked to play a superhero. He prefers to play someone real and relatable. 17 weeks 2 days ago via jetli
'Iron Man 3' Deleted Scene Features the Mandarin Commenting on Bomb Explosion; Plus Robert Downey Jr. Gag Reel
feedproxy.google.com – The year’s biggest hit, Iron Man 3, is coming to Blu-ray September 24 and the first of several deleted scenes has just hit the net. In it, the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) hints at a reveal to come later as he offer some brief comments on the explosion at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood. 17 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
fb.indiewire.com – There is probably no bigger cheerleader on the planet for 3D than James Cameron, but he's also been the loudest voice when it comes to half-hearted, unartistic use of the format. And he recently had a lot to say about 3D and moviemaking in general, sitting down with Alfonso Cuarón for a conversationat Mexico City’s technology forum TagDF on Wednesday. 23 weeks 3 hours ago via jackiechan
collider.com – A few days ago, we landed an exclusive video interview with Shane Black backstage at the Saturn Awards. During the wide-ranging interview, he talked about working with Marvel on Iron Man 3, the Mandarin, the fan reaction to the surprising twist, a deleted scene with Ashley Hamilton, did he have plans for a sequel to The Last Boy Scout, how the spec market has changed for screenwriters and his advice for writers wanting to get into the business. 23 weeks 4 days ago via jackiechan
4:51 PM 6/16/2013 by Logan Falk
As expected, fans of the red-caped hero across the nation guaranteed that Man of Steel earned a top spot in the the box office charts over the weekend—that being said, its profits reached unprecedented astronomical heights that the man of steel himself would be proud of.