The first trailer for Captain America: Civil War is here. It’s Iron Man vs. Captain America and holy crap this looks awesome.
Want to hear someone finish the famously absent last line of Avengers: Age of Ultron? How about Mark Ruffalo doing a spot-on Columbo impression? Would Stellan Skarsgård creepily hitting on his student make you laugh? Well, the Avengers: Age of Ultron gag reel has all that and more.
The last time Pinocchio was made in live-action, Rotten Tomatoes crowned it one of the worst films of the decade. That’s not going to happen with the next one. Star and producer Robert Downey Jr. has just recruited Paul Thomas Anderson to write and possibly even direct a new Pinocchio.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige dropped a ton of Marvel news in a new interview, including several teases of specifically how Ant-Man will have an effect on Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which directors he’s met with for upcoming movies, recasting roles, Spider-Man and more.
Actors taking home items from the movies and TV shows they work on is a very common practice - but it's normally just a piece of costuming or a small prop. Robert Downey Jr however, doesn't tend to do things the usual way though, and his memorabilia from The Avengers was a little bit bigger than that.
We may finally know what Robert Downey Jr. was talking about when he said that there he was working on a deal with Marvel to do something that wasn't Iron Man 4. According to Variety, Downey's in the final stages of negotiations that'll bring Tony Stark in to Captain America 3 and begin the movies' take on Civil War.
Robert Downey Jr. refuted his earlier Iron Man 4 comment on The Late Show: "There's no plans for an 'Iron Man 4.' There's no script for 'Iron Man 4,' but they do have a plan and I think they're gonna announce it. You know, [Marvel's] very secretive about it ... but I'm gonna do other stuff with Marvel." [Coming Soon]
We all kind of knew this, but Robert Downey Jr. confirmed to Variety that there are no plans for an Iron Man 4. So whatever dates are still left unclaimed on Marvel's schedule, none of them are going to be taken up with another RDJ solo flick.
We got up close and super personal with the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron and attempted to ask them questions that would reveal the inner soul of this apocalyptic action movie. And they struggled to answer everything, because spoilers. But Robert Downey Jr. still knows how to work a crowd.
It's been largely assumed that the next Iron Man movie, if and when it comes, would no longer feature Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. But now Downey's giving signs that he's plenty ready to stick around.
Back in 2011, Robert Downey Jr. used an award acceptance speech to ask people to forgive Mel Gibson — and now, rumor has it, he's pushing hard to get Gibson and their friend Jodie Foster into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Reason #187 that Robert Downey Jr. is pretty much the real-life Tony Stark: He has a 6-foot tall Iron Man "armor" that can fly and he can control remotely. To be fair, he probably won't be putting it on to stop bad guys anytime soon, because it's actually an awesome, custom-made toy.
Iron Man 3 doesn't hit DVD and Blu-ray until September 24th, but deleted scenes and extras are leaking out — like these alternate versions of Tony Stark's encounter with his #1 fan Gary (played by Happy Endings' Adam Pally). I'm pretty Stark would rather deal with Whiplash again than look at that tattoo.
In this ad for Android company HTC, Robert Downey Jr. comes up with some bizarre suggestions for what HTC could stand for — and they become real. Including Hipster Troll Carwash. The final moments are like a bizarre dream sequence.
Good news out of Marvel! They — with the possible assistance of a dump truck full of money — have confirmed that Robert Downey Jr. will play Tony Stark/Iron Man in not one, but two Avengers sequels. There's no official news on Iron Man 4, but I think we can safely say it's not out of the realm of possibility.
I got a lot of mail this week about some wedding you guys went to? Apparently the bride wore red or something? Weird, but hey, it’s post-apocalyptic America, people can wear paisley for all I care.
Now that Iron Man 3 has made pretty much all the money in the world, there's reportedly a contract dispute brewing between star Robert Downey Jr. and Marvel, over whether he'll be back for Avengers 2 and 3, and possibly Iron Man 4 as well. Is Downey Jr. overpaid? We don't know. But we do know he's nearly irreplaceable.
The first Iron Man movie uses Tony Stark as a metaphor for American power, with Tony's near-lethal chest wound signifying his remorse at spreading weapons around Afghanistan. The brilliant Iron Man 3 makes this connection even more explicit, giving us an elaborate fable of post-9/11 America and a paranoid-but-cocky…
Last year, Rian Johnson's time-travel epic Looper had two versions — the U.S. cut, with a brief montage of Joseph Gordon-Levitt's time in China, and the Chinese cut, with a much longer Shanghai sequence. Now, Iron Man 3 takes this trend much, much further, as we move towards a future where China is increasingly…
The trailers for Iron Man 3 show us a shiny new Iron Patriot, a whole army of floating armors... and Tony's mask broken and burned. So is Tony Stark being replaced? And why does Tony spend so much of the movie out of his armor? We asked director Shane Black, and here's what he told us.