Robert Downey Jr could be replaced as Tony Stark. Is he irreplaceable? Hear are six reasons why he should not be replaced.
'Iron Man 3' is a film that means a lot to me as both a fan and a person. It did something no other film has done before. Here I explain exactly what that was.
Hit the Jump to take a look at this extremely cool, full size Iron Man suit made entirely out of cardboard. The amazing part is, it's entirely wearable! Talented 20-year old cardboard master Kai-Xiang Xhong from Taiwan designed the suit, as well as many other cool pieces of art.
Just remember this was entirely made for pure fun, not to create a flame war or make let you know about my hate for this movie. But if you want you can freak out in the comments section because that’s what makes the internet fun and interesting.
We all know how Mandarin was handled in Iron Man 3. Despite departing from the source material, which is fine, I talk about why it was a missed opportunity.
Does the actor make the character, or does the character make the actor?
To gear up for the next installment in the MCU, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, JamesMan went back to relive the other MCU films. Today's review is of the one that started it all, Iron Man.
In yet another clip from Marvel and ABC's upcoming Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe documentary, billion dollar box office king Robert Downey Jr. talks about playing Tony Stark/Iron Man and both his surprise at the popularity of the character and the reaction from fans...
Hitfix git a sit down interview with Iron Man 3 actor Ben Kingsley, in which he talks about the characteristics of Trevor Slattery, aka "The Mandarin". He also discusses his love for playing the character. Hit the jump for more info!
The latest Marvel short film (or "one-shot") will be officially released with the Thor: The Dark World Bu-ray tomorrow, and EW have debuted a very Mondo-esque poster which calls to mind ’70s-era prison flicks. Take a look after the jump.
Love him or not, Marvel's Iron Avenger is one of the world's hottest properties right now and wherever Marvel travels, Stark follows. From America to Asia, the world is hooked. But, what's beneath the armor? Hit the jump to check out what made the Man (made) of Steel, who he is!
Marvel UK has just officially released a brand new clip from their latest one-shot titled, "Not The Mandarin". So hit the jump to see Trevor Slattery (Ben Kingsley) back in action - but this time in a high-security prison.
News stories about the military's development of high-tech suits of armor which would imbue soldiers with superhuman abilities abounded during the release of the first Iron Man movie in 2008. Well now, reports say they will be ready to test this summer.
Please be advised that if you haven't seen Ben Kingsley's Marvel One Shot, please leave now and wait until you've either seen it on the Thor the Dark World DVD or leaked videos on the internet. If you have seen the one shot, then please feel free to look at this article for hints on the Mandarin's possible reintroduction for the upcoming Iron Man 4 or future Marvel One Shots.
Still haven't seen Iron Man 3 yet? Took a while for me to see it as well, but check out my review.
PLEASE BE ADVISED! If anyone has not yet seen Ben Kingsley's one shot All Hail the King, PLEASE DO NOT READ THE ARTICLE UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE ONE SHOT. I'M SERIOUS. If you have seen the one shot, then please resume on reading this article. It may contain interesting information on how the Mandarin may be introduced.
Sir Ben Kingsley talks about continuing Trevor Slatttery's story in the Thor: The Dark World Marvel One-Shot, All Hail The King."... it had to be my Mandarin. It had to be my Trevor."
What do I think of the latest Marvel One Shot? Is it as good as we hoped? My thoughts after the jump...
Have you ever wondered why Rhodey was able to take the Mark II Iron Man armor so easily? I offer an in depth analysis on this situation, where I will discuss the comics, Tony's legacy, his relationship with Pepper, and much more!
Marvel's latest one-shot is "All Hail the King," which follows Trevor Slattery (a.k.a. The Mandarin) from Iron Man 3 into prison. In this exclusive interview, writer/director Drew Pearce (who co-wrote IM3)reveals how this short came about.