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Early this morning, Robert Downey Jr. teased that thereís a big announcement coming next week. Here are the five likeliest possibilities for next weekís announcement might be, whether itís Marvel related or something completely different.
Stay near your social media one week from tomorrow, and prepare for a (potentially) seismic announcement from the suits at Marvel.
Marvel Studios wasnít always the superhero movie giant that it is today. Prior to the massive success of The Avengers, the films were hit and miss, and Robert Downey Jr.ís Iron Man movies were most reflective of this. While the first one did extremely well, the second one was a let down. But as with any hiccups, RDJ learned a valuable lesson in his path to becoming a mega superstar.
As the movie's title suggests, Captain America will remain the central character in Captain America: Civil War, with Robert Downey Jr. is still set to play a prominent role. The big question hanging in the air, however, is whether Tony will still come off and likable and reasonable in the story, or if certain events will lead to us hating his guts.
As Marvelís fan base braces for The Avengers: Age of Ultron to hit in May, they look back on the better timesÖ when a team came together to save one of our planetís most important cities from an extraterrestrial threat. But friction might threaten to tear away at this team of heroes in Ultron, because we already that a Civil War is coming in the third Captain America movie.
Marvel and Sony have set aside their differences are working together to bring Spider-Man into the cinematic universe of the Avengers! What are the odds that some of our favorite MCU characters will be popping up in a Spider-Man movie?
While most of the heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have managed to survive their dangerous adventures, the same canít be said for the villains. However, in the case of one notable antagonist, originally he wasnít even supposed to have been killed off.
Robert Downey Jr. has an interesting leveraged position when it comes to dealing with Marvel Studios. Still, that hasnít stopped Marvel from repeatedly betting on him, and as a result we will soon see him co-starring in Joe and Anthony Russoís Captain America 3. What you may not know, however, is that this decision may have completely changed Marvelís entire future.
What if being Iron Man is not all that the films crack it up to be? One fan decided to explore what would happen if he got his hands on an Iron Man helmet and it goes horribly wrong.
Inspired by the upcoming Batman v Superman, one fan replaced Batman with Iron Man to create an incredibly awesome movie trailer.
A bona-fide Marvel nut has created an instructional video on how you can make a 12 hour and fifteen minute Marvel super film! And it looks rather immense.
One of the biggest mysteries from the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer is why Hulk is fighting Tony Stark in the Hulkbuster armor. However, what if Tony isnít even in the armor? A tease for an upcoming product might be hinting at that.
The movie-accurate Mark XLIII Collectible Figure is highly detailed and specially crafted based on the image of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Mark XLIII in Avengers: Age of Ultron, featuring a newly painted Tony Stark helmeted head sculpt, metallic red, gold and silver armor with weathered effects, LED light-up functions, and a specially designed diorama base.
Tony Stark will be clashing with Steve Rogers in Captain America: Civil War and James Rhodes will be appearing in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but is there another appearance in store for the Iron Man character Pepper Potts in the MCU? Hereís what the actress had to say.
Professional prop-maker Eric Hart crated probably the best Halloween costume of 2014 for his hospitalised son. Collier Hart was born prematurely back in July, and to aid his fight for survival Eric Hart decided to craft a teeny-tiny Iron Man suit that instantly made him the coolest kid in North Carolina.
Tony Starkís role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get even bigger, and if Marvel is wise, theyíll make sure to include him in the Black Panther movie to show him traveling farther down his new path.
Fans have spent years wondering just how many films Robert Downey Jr. will wind up doing with Marvel Studios. While the actor is certainly a main attraction in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he is also a massively expensive addition to any feature film project. So how many will it be? It turns out that the star has a little bit of insight on that question.
As Joss Whedon's The Avengers cuts to black and begins its first round of end credits, there is a lasting image of the last surviving letter on the outside of Stark Tower: the letter "A." Given the chosen font, it was pretty obviously a nod to the fact that the building would wind up becoming The Avengers Tower - but as cool as that Easter Egg is, now there is a cooler story about the character (specifically about its current whereabouts).
Poor Jon Favreau. Not only was he replaced by Shane Black as Iron Man 3ís director but it has now been revealed that his character, Happy Hogan, was originally supposed to die in the blockbuster. Thankfully the studio had a change of heart and decided that Happy would end up in a coma instead.
There is now a massive threat looming over the Marvel Cinematic Universe. No, Iím not talking about Thanos, Iím talking about Civil War. Last night it was revealed that the massively popular 2006 comic book crossover will soon be coming to the big screen in the form of the MCUís Phase Three. We expect the consequences of the events to be tremendous, with at least some casualties. But who will be biting the bullet?
If you were going to hire Robert Downey Jr. to star in your comic movie, how much would you pay him? Take that number, head on into the story, and see how it compares to what he's bringing home for his role in Captain America 3.
With Marvel Comics revealing earlier today that they would be rebooting the famed crossover storyline Civil War, we immediately began speculating that the event would bleed into the goings-on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We suggested that it was possible that Captain America and Iron Man would end up going toe-to-toe at some point down the line, offering up The Avengers 4 as a possibility. It turns out that we may have been way off. It turns out that Civil War may actually be starting in 2016.
Before they teamed up to defeat Loki and his invading Chitauri forces at the end of Joss Whedon's The Avengers, Captain America and Iron Man didn't exactly get along. They eventually put their personal differences aside to fight evil and even became friends, but if new developments at Marvel Comics are any indication, it may not be too long before the two Marvel Cinematic Universe heroes once again find themselves at each other's throats.
This story likely will change if RDJ is scheduled to be on The View or The Today Show this morning. Stay tuned.
Both gazing into our crystal balls to look at the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also back at the history of Iron Man comics, weíve come up with three possible plot directions that Marvel Studios may want to go with the potential Iron Man 4. Read through our ideas, and tell us what youíd like to see happen in the comments section!