With the premiere of Iron Man 3 less than three weeks away, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert provides an overview of what we know so far about the Shane Black-directed sequel.
Gearing up for the May 4 premiere of Iron Man 3, Marvel has released a new international television spot and behind-the-scenes featurette for director Shane Black’s sequel.
Parade’s End, a five-part miniseries that stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Rebecca Hall and Adelaide Clemens, will air on HBO beginning Feb. 26.
Marvel has debuted four new images from director Shane Black’s Iron Man 3, including a close-up of the Iron Patriot armor and our first look at Rebecca Hall as Maya Hansen, the bio-technologist who develops Extremis.
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.
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.
English actress Rebecca Hall, best known for her roles in The Town and The Prestige, is in negotiations to join the cast of Marvel’s Iron Man 3, playing the part declined by Jessica Chastain.