Convinced you're handsomer than Tony Stark? Or look better in blue than Captain America? Marvel (Disney), Hasbro, and a 3D printing company called 3DPlusMe have joined forces to give comic book fans a brief opportunity to turn themselves into an action figure—as long as their favorite characters are either Iron Man or Captain America. Read more...
Everyone knows that in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Tony Stark’s AI butler is named J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just Another Very Intelligent System), is voiced by Paul Bettany, and will be transformed into the Vision by James Spader‘s Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Fans of The Avengers comic book know Edwin Jarvis as the Avengers mansion butler. […]
A new piece of casting has added a significant piece of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We all know Tony Stark’s artificial intelligence system is called J.A.R.V.I.S., voiced by Paul Bettany. And by now you may now, J.A.R.V.I.S. is the basis for Vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Show More Summary
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” ranks as one of the most hotly anticipated releases of 2015 — and now, it’s become […]
The official plot for Avengers: Age Of Ultron has been released, and it suggests that even the best laid plans of Tony Stark sometimes go awry. Walt Disney Studio and Marvel Studios have provided Stitch Kingdom with an exclusive look...Show More Summary
The official synopsis for Marvel’s upcoming Avengers sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron is now online. Marvel Studios presents Avengers: Age of Ultron, the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. When Tony Stark tries...Show More Summary
The 'Age of Ultron' plot synopsis teases Tony Stark's role in creating the lead villain, uneasy alliances and unexpected action. [...]
Disney has released the official story synopsis for 2015's highly anticipated "Avengers: Age of Ultron," revealing a key role for Tony Stark.
Little Tony Stark testing his gauntlet. Not bad, huh? While some people are out there 3D printing a dead king's face, other's are printing even cooler things, like a mechanical body-powered Iron Man prosthetic for a little boy who was born without a hand. Show More Summary
Iron Man blows up a lot of cars, but he also has a lot of really cool ones sitting in his garage. At the same time, his collection is a bit unoriginal, don't you think? A Shelby Cobra, a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, some assorted supercars... meh. I'll tell you who does it better: the man who plays him in real life, Robert Downey Jr. Read more...
Robert Downey Jr.’s time as Tony Stark/Iron Man is a big, big question mark after The Avengers 3 - expected to be released some time in May 2019. As things stand, that’s as far as the actor’s contract with Marvel Studios extends, and the actor has gone on the record saying that there are currently no plans for an Iron Man 4. Show More Summary
It could be argued that Robert Downey Jr. is as busy as billionaire Tony Stark, the Marvel Comics character who moonlights as the Avenger Iron Man that Downey, Jr. portrays on the big screen. For that reason, it’s understandable that he might be reluctant to assemble with his fellow Avengers and play Stark in future […]
After months of talking in circles about whether "Iron Man 3" would conclude Robert Downey Jr.'s tenure as Tony Stark, the actor confirmed in an interview with Variety that Marvel is not pursuing a fourth installment of the franchise. “There...Show More Summary
Despite previous interest in returning to a Tony Stark solo vehicle, the actor claims no plans are in the offing for more Iron Man.
After months of being off the radar, news about the rumored "Iron Man 4" is already out and it doesn't sound like there's much hope of the film being made. There won't be any "Iron Man 4" as confirmed by Tony Stark/Iron Man actor himself, Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr. confirms that there is 'no plan' for 'Iron Man 4' and plays coy about the possibility of Tony Stark being recast.
Marvel Studios announced in June of 2013 that Robert Downey Jr. had signed a two-picture deal to reprise the role of Tony Stark/Iron Man in Avengers: Age of Ultron and The Avengers 3. Not part of the deal was an Iron Man 4, and Downey told Variety this weekend in Toronto that is still the case.
In an interview with Variety, Robert Downey Jr. — whose father-son legal drama The Judge premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last week — confirmed suspicions that there are no plans for another Tony Stark film (at least not a solo one; Downey will reprise his role as Tony... More »
The first Iron Man film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a masterpiece. It was almost the perfect action film. The second in the series needed a bit more to it to call it “good”, but the third movement more than made up for it. So...Show More Summary
Fingers crossed for Old Tony Stark