Excited for 'Iron Man 3?' Next spring is looking very Iron Man oriented as Marvel Entertainment and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan announced today that 'Iron Man' will be returning to the world of anime in 'Iron Man: Rise of the Technovore' - currently in production in Japan, and slated for release on DVD in the spring of 2013. Learn the plot details after the jump!
You might not get to see Hulk and Iron Man reunite until 'The Avengers 2' but you can tide yourself over with a new adventure -- in animated form! Marvel Animation Studios is releasing its first feature film starring the big green guy and the snarky metal hero in a brand new story called 'Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United' and we've got the first look!
Perfectly timed to coincide with the DVD and Blu-ray release of 'The Avengers,' eFX Inc. has announced the first items in a large slew of cool, collectible prop replicas inspired by the Marvel Universe have now gone on sale. For one, the vintage Captain America posters as seen in 'Captain America: The First Avenger' can be yours to take home, but there's still so much more to come.
Who is the main villain in 'Iron Man 3'? That is the question, isn't it? For a while, we thought Mandarin, played by Ben Kingsley, would be the main bad guy. Then a report came out saying this Marvel character wouldn't be featured as much in the film as expected, leading us to believe Guy Pearce's Aldrich Killian would be the primary threat. But even that is no speculation as Pearce himself stated that his role is no more than a cameo.
So who will be giving Tony Stark the most trouble? Recently discovered evidence suggest it might be someone (or some people) we already know.
Marvel animation has undergone something of a renaissance in the last few years. Though never having quite reached the popularity or proficiency of DC's animated universe, the pre- and post-arrival of 'The Avengers' signaled a dramatic shift in the way Marvel tied in with its animation. Several shows have fallen on the sword to make way for more 'Avengers' tied programs, but which one haven't they told us about yet?
Does anybody have a list of the movies Bill Murray could have been in if the notoriously hard-to-reach actor had only checked his messages? Apparently we can add one more mega-movie franchise to that healthy roster of missed opportunities, because Murray confirms that he could have been in ‘Iron Man,’ only Robert Downey Jr. couldn’t get a hold of him.
Yesterday, Jordan Hoffman and Matt Singer spent 14 hours watching six Marvel movies in one crazy marathon: 'Iron Man,' 'Incredible Hulk,' 'Iron Man 2,' 'Thor,' and 'Captain America' followed by a midnight screening of 'The Avengers.'
When it was all over they felt two things: 1) Like huge nerds and, 2) They ought to use their vast knowledge of these movies to hand out some Marvel Movie Awards, celebrating the best stuff Marvel Studios has done with their cinematic canon so far.
Let's suit up.
There's always talk of who will replace a superhero once the current franchise has run its course. From Spider-Man to Batman, we're always speculating about the big names that could swoop in and save the day when it's time for our hero to hang up his armor. But what abou