With two characters replacing Tony Stark in "Invincible Iron Man" and "Superior Iron Man," CBR looks back at other times people took over hero roles. The post Impostor Syndrome: 18 Heroes Who Temporarily Took on Iconic Roles appeared first on CBR.com.
Tony Stark would love this Iron Man Mechanical Keyboard. It is based on the Mark LXIII armor, with metallic housing. The multicolor illuminated keys with programmable light effects look extra cool. You will feel like Iron Man is on your side as you game. Iron Man Mechanical Keyboard Officially-licensed Marvel merchandise Multicolor illuminated keys with […]
Tesla chief Elon Musk is often referred to, somewhat romantically and surely a little tongue-in-cheek, as the real world’s Tony Stark – better known as the Marvel Comics superhero, Iron Man. Musk may not fly around in a repulsor-packed power suit, but he does make his millions and his name on blue-sky thinking. He does […]
Mark Zuckerberg announced back in May that he wants to be Tony Stark and is attempting to create an AI assistant to better run his home. It’s a personal project away from the […]
Tony Stark’s future in the Marvel Universe has been thrown into doubt ever since the start of Civil War II—and made even more doubtful when we learned that he would be replaced as Iron Man by not one, but two different characters. One of those Iron Men debuted today in Infamous Iron Man, giving us a major hint about Tony’s fate. Read more...
Back in July, Marvel Comics announced that Tony Stark would be stepping down from the mantle of Iron Man and passing it off to a 15-year-old black girl named Riri Williams. Since the Iron Man title didn’t really apply anymore, she was revealed to take on the name of Ironheart. Show More Summary
While some of the technology used by Tony Stark in the "Iron Man" films may seem a bit far-fetched (we doubt we'll be getting the type of suit the superhero sports anytime soon), other innovations are actually closer to attainment than previously thought. Show More Summary
The Tony Stark actor offered up his services to voice the Facebook founder's JARVIS-style AI. The post Robert Downey Jr. Offers Avengers Team-Up To Voice Mark Zuckerberg’s AI appeared first on CBR.com.
Tony Stark pays a visit to the moon in a one-shot collaboration between Marvel Comics and "Space Brothers" creator Ch?ya Koyama. The post Iron Man Meets Space Brothers in Manga Crossover appeared first on CBR.com.
Bloomberg: Elon Musk’s Wild Ride Elon Musk recently took the stage in Guadalajara, Mexico, for the performance he’s waited a lifetime to give. Sporting a new, oddly manicured mustache, Musk did his best shy Tony Stark impersonation, informing a crowd of space enthusiasts that, yes, he does plan to colonize Mars. Show More Summary
In CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, Tony Stark said "reframe the future." Who was he really speaking to?
A billionaire from New York City, not named Tony Stark, is set to capture the hearts of Marvel fans once again with the upcoming offering from Netflix.
[ Tony Stark Elon Musk] envisions us sending one million people to Mars in your lifetime. Put aside the huge number or challenges in that goal — we’re going to need a lot of places to live. That’s a much harder problem than colonization where mature trees were already standing, begging to become planks in your one-room hut. Show More Summary
When it comes to comic book movies, some actors completely nail their character and are forever entwined with that role. Robert Downey Jr. comes to mind for his portrayal of Tony Stark in the Marvel Studios films. Ben Affleck looks like it will be the same for him playing Batman after nailing it in one […]
You don’t need to be Tony Stark to armor up in the Self-Propelled Aquanaut Suit, although having access to Tony’s bank account wouldn’t be a bad thing. So you’re just hanging out and suddenly get the urge to be 1,000 feet below the water’s surface. It’s understandable, but how exactly do you scratch that aquatic […]
INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #14 and how CIVIL WAR II has triggered Tony Stark.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming crew moved production to NYC recently, so there are a generous amount of images of Tom Holland sitting on fire escapes, possibly meeting Tony Stark, and wearing this tourist-friendly outfit.
A photo from the Queens set offers a huge hint about how Tony Stark fits into the Spider-Man: Homecoming story.
Filming of Spider-Man: Homecoming has moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Peter Parker’s hometown of Queens, New York, and some great set photos have found their way online teasing the arrival of Tony Stark himself (Robert Downey Jr). Meanwhile, a new rumor claims that the film might feature yet another previously unreported villain — Nightwatch. Show More Summary
Peter Parker is having a literal homecoming on the set of the new Spider-Man movie. Earlier this week, Tom Holland and the ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ crew moved production from the Atlanta set to the streets of New York City. Continue reading…