James Badge Dale suggests that Guy Pearce’s role in Marvel’s Iron Man 3 may be more than the “kind of cameo” stuff that the actor previously stated. Directed by Shane Black, the film opens May 3.
A rumor has emerged suggesting that everything we thought we knew about the new Iron Man 3 revealed at Comic-Con International is wrong. Needless to say, potential spoilers follow.
Ahead of this afternoon’s Iron Man 3 presentation at Comic-Con International, Marvel has unveiled the first look at “the next evolution of Tony Stark’s signature armor” from the Shane Black-directed sequel.
Photos from the Cary, North Carolina, set of Iron Man 3 reveal Christmas at the Miami headquarters of a group who’s name will be familiar to fans of Marvel comics. The film, directed by Shane Black, opens May 3, 2013.
Apparent confirmation of the villainous roles of Ben Kingsley and Guy Pearce have trickled out of the North Carolina set of Iron Man 3, followed quickly by photos revealing the inclusion of another surprising element from Marvel comics. WARNING: Potential major spoilers!
Former franchise director Jon Favreau will reprise his role as Tony Stark’s friend and bodyguard Happy Hogan in Iron Man 3. Meanwhile, Ashley Hamilton is in talks to play the minor villain Firepower in the Marvel sequel.
Rubicon star James Badge Dale has been cast as the Marvel comic book character Eric Savin in director Shane Black’s Iron Man 3, which begins filming this month.
James Badge Dale, star of The Pacific and Rubicon, reportedly is the frontrunner to play Armie Hammer’s older brother in Disney’s The Lone Ranger.
With Disney’s The Lone Ranger now back on track, the studio is moving swiftly to wrangle the supporting cast, including Tom Wilkinson as the villain Latham Cole.
D.J. Cotrona, James Badge Dale, Liam Hemsworth and Aaron Paul are said to be the contenders for the plum role of John McClane’s estranged son in A Good Day to Die Hard.