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Iron Man Laser Gauntlet Comes To Life Courtesy Of Tech-Savvy Fan
I don't mean to crush anybody's dreams, but the truth of the matter is that we as a society are still pretty far away from seeing anything quite like the armor seen in Marvel Studios' Iron Man movies. Some of the tech does exist in less evolved forms - like exoskeleton armor, for example - most of it is completely non-existent, from the suit's ability to fly to the arc reactor that powers the whole thing.
See The DIY Iron Man Arc Reactor One Man Used To Propose
Zarick explains that his girlfriend loves comics, and Iron Man in particular. Moreover, she'd taken to calling Zarick "Tony Stark" because of his love of inventing. So, when it came to his proposal, this crafty romantic gave his comic-lovin' gal his heart in the form of an arc reactor made special for the occasion, complete with a special mechanized compartment that extends the ring!
Iron Man Gets A Lesson About Beijing In New Set Photo
The snapshot was shared via THR, which can’t really confirm whether it’s part of the sequel or just a random photograph from the movie’s set. All the trade can say is that the actor is “explaining about Beijing life” to Iron Man, who recently has just “descended to Yongdingmen,” the gate at the southern edge of the Chinese city.
What Did We Learn From The Iron Man 3 Trailer?
The brand-new trailer for Iron Man 3 opens with something we've never seen before in any of the Iron Man movies: snow. Tony is lying on the ground in a forest, removing the mask of the Iron Man suit to reveal a filthy and bleeding face, with the arc reactor on his chest blinking like he's in trouble. We've seen Tony look defeated in the previous films, of course, but never quite this existential or lonely
Paul Bettany Says He's Never Seen Any Of The Iron Man Films
He may not play a role as big as Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, or Chris Hemsworth, but Paul Bettany is certainly a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and The Avengers he provides the voice of Jarvis, Tony Stark's digital assistant, and while fans may love the part, apparently the actor feels zero connection to it at all- to the point where he hasn't even bothered to see the first two movies.
Iron Man 3 Trailer Description Possibly Leaked
We’re left to wonder when we’ll be able to see the trailer itself. The footage at Comic-Con looked extremely finished. They could attach that reel to ParaNorman this weekend, and fans would go nuts. But from all of this news, it’s sounding like Black is delivering on Marvel’s promise of stripping Stark of all his comforts.
Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One Box Set Brings Home The Tesseract
Yep, that's a rather badass replica of Nick Fury's briefcase from The Avengers, complete with a light-up version of the Tesseract/Cosmic Cube. As you'd expect, the Phase One box set includes Blu-ray versions of all the "canonical" Marvel Universe films thus far: Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, and The Avengers.
Details Revealed For Marvel's Cinematic Universe: Phase One Box Set
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has been work crafting what is largely known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Introducing and re-introducing characters such as Iron Man,Hulk, Thor and Captain America to movie-going audiences over the last four years, the company brought it all together last month with Joss Whedon's The Avengers and the results were spectacular.
Why There's A Slight Chance You Won't Like The Avengers
Whedon didn’t make this film for non-fans, and it doesn’t hold your hand at any point on the ride. We start pretty much where Captain America: The First Avenger left off, referencing key points from the end of Thor and Iron Man 2 because Whedon and his crew assume that you watched all five Marvel “prequels” and are ready to hit the ground running in The Avengers.
Mondo Reveals Four More Exclusive Avengers Posters
My favorite, by far, is the Iron Man one designed by Kevin Tong, though Martin Ansin’s Thor – with its lightning-bolt disruptions – is a close second. Phantom City Creative’s Captain America does absolutely nothing for me. But if you like it, it will be available for purchase at some point over the next few days.
New Avengers Clip Is Iron Man Vs. Thor
Another day, another clip from The Avengers-- it's getting to the point that I"m honestly worried I've seen the entire film, and we're still a full two weeks away from its release. In the latest one, which premiered at iTunes and can be watched below
AMC Offers Marvel Movie Marathon Leading Up To The Avengers
AMC is offering The Ultimate Marvel Marathon on Thursday, May 3rd. AMC locations across America will kick off this event at 11:30 AM with Iron Man, then exhibit in succession The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor in 3D, Captain America in 3D, and finally—premiering at midnight--The Avengers in 3D. While some comic book fans may not be willing to take a day off work to revel in all things Marvel, those that do will get...
The Avengers Assemble For Latest, Action-Packed Poster
This time it’s Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Star who takes center stage, with his assembled teammates lingering at or near the background. Speaking of, there does appear to be a lot of devastation happening around Earth’s mightiest heroes, with fireballs crashing into skyscrapers and general toil gathering up at their feet.
Two New Avengers Images Have Iron Man, Captain America And Thor In The City
We may have run out of new images from The Avengers. I'm not saying we've seen everything the huge superhero movie has to offer, or that we won't be seeing TV spots come March or April that highlight stuff we haven't even glimpsed yet-- namely, Mark Ruffalo's Hulk
Avengers Assemble With Their Logo In New Character Posters
By now we're all pretty familiar with the Avengers logo and teaser poster, with the giant A that's so big it can't even fit on the poster. But with the movie set to open in just over 5 months-- May 4, 2011!-- it's time to jazz up the poster a little bit. And how better to do it than with the images of the Avengers themselves?