There's been lots of talk lately of 'Iron Man 3' being the last of the Iron Man movies. And that may very well be a (sad) possibility. But that doesn't mean it's the end of the Iron Man universe. While promoting 'Iron Man 3,' star Don Cheadle talked about the very real chance that we'll see a spinoff War Machine movie in the future. Cheadle even has some very definite ideas on what 'War Machine' would be all about.
The 'Iron Man' movies did gangbusters at the box office -- the first one has a lifetime gross close to $600 million worldwide while the second one surpassed that mark -- and now 'Iron Man 3' is looking to make just as much if not more. However, will this be the last outing for Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark and Don Cheadle's Rhodey? It "could be."
Well, there's a surprise! Rather than end up dominated by 'The Big Bang Theory' or 'Modern Family,' the 2013 Golden Globes have gone an unexpected direction with the Best Actor in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical, awarding the prize to 'House of Lies' star Don Cheadle. Cheadle has been acclaimed for his performance as smooth-talking consultant Marty Kaan, but find out whom he bested for the award inside!
Don Cheadle and Larenz Tate will once again be on-screen brothers, but don't worry, they're not trying to put 'Crash' on TV again. Instead, Tate will join the second season of Showtimes' well-watched if critically shaky corporate dramedy 'House of Lies,' playing Marty (Cheadle)'s younger sibling. The series will return this January with its other decadent Showtime cohorts, but who else has joined the cast before the premiere?
The 'Iron Man 3' trailer. It's finally here, after a number of trailer teasers. And you get a good look and listen to Ben Kingsley's Mandarin, a taste of Guy Pearce's role in the film, and the sense that this is a film of scale, and that nothing is going to come easy for Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark.