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Marvel and Disney's "Iron Man 3" is a genius action flick from director/screenwriter Shane Black that is as good, if not better, than the first "Iron Man" film.
The stars of "Iron Man 3" discuss fictional versus real world terrorism, Paltrow's initial distrust of director Shane Black, the possibility of War Machine joining "Avengers 2" and the Iron Man movie franchise's future.
In the first full clip from "Iron Man 3," Tony Stark challenges The Mandarin during a "holiday greeting," intending for a one-on-one battle for good, old-fashioned revenge while speaking with assembled reporters.
A newly-released IMAX "Iron Man 3" poster combines nearly every character poster released thus far, including Tony Stark, Pepper Potts, James Rhodes, Aldrich Killian and the Mandarin.
Marvel Studios has debuted its latest trailer for "Iron Man 3," Robert Downey Jr.'s fourth big screen turn as Tony Stark and director Shane Black's first Marvel film, showcasing multiple armors and story points.
Marvel Studios has debuted a new character poster for "Iron Man 3"that showcases Ben Kingsley as the villainous Mandarin. Directed by Shane Black, the film opens May 3.
More armors, more action and more Mandarin await comic fans and movie goers alike as phase two of the Marvel Film Universe kicks off with the full trailer for Shane Black's "Iron Man 3" starring Robert Downey, Jr.
Ahead of the internet debut of its first trailer, Shane Black's Marvel Studios film "Iron Man 3" is showing off some official imagery as it unveils the official poster as well as a new shot of Sir Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin.
Marvel has released the first image from the Shane Black-directed "Iron Man 3" along with the official announcement of production having commenced on the Robert Downey Jr.-starring sequel.
Oscar winner Ben Kingsley is in final negotiations to play a villain in Marvel Studios' "Iron Man 3," though exactly which bad guy he'll portray on the big screen remains unknown.
"Hugo" stars Ben Kingsley, Asa Butterfield, Chloe Moretz, Sacha Baron Cohen and Emily Mortimer discuss the experiencing of working with legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese.