Iron Man 3 (2)

What’s going on with Tony Stark, Pepper Potts, the Iron Patriot and Extremis in Iron Man 3? Marvel and Disney recently released a new series of interviews to help promote the film and, in them, producer Kevin Feige and star Gwyneth Paltrow were more than happy to talk about specific scenes and motivations in Shane Black‘s upcoming superhero film.

Some of this is territory that was covered a few weeks back but for anyone clamoring for more info on the first film of Marvel’s Phase 2, these quotes provide several more pieces to the puzzle. Read More »

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Iron Man 3 IMAX poster (header)

It’s been what, two weeks since the last Iron Man 3 poster was revealed? That kind of laziness simply won’t do. Fortunately, IMAX is here to save the day with a new poster featuring the whole gang. Tony (Robert Downey Jr.) and Pepper (Gwyneth Paltrow) clutch each other while supporting characters look on somberly, and little Iron Men fly around in the background.

All of it portends some serious drama, but most of us won’t know what exactly happens in the film for another several weeks. As part of the Marvel family, though, Joss Whedon got a little sneak peek. And according to studio head Kevin Feige, he had quite a reaction to the Iron Man 3 ending. Read about his comments and check out the new poster after the jump.

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The final trailer for Iron Man 3 is here, and it raises expectations for Shane Black‘s film to dizzying heights. Here we get a good idea of Tony Stark’s mindset in a post-Avengers world, and see how the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) will pose some crazy new problems. We also start to discover how Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) will combat those. Mainly, his solutions involved dozens of new kinds of armor, including a Hulkbuster and Extremis.

Co-written and directed by Black and also starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Jon Favreau, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall and James Badge Dale, Iron Man 3 opens May 3. Read More »

Marvel just released the latest Iron Man 3 poster and there’s no Tony Stark to be found. Instead we’ve just got the burning remains of some kind of crash, and Don Cheadle‘s James Rhodes rocking the red, white and blue Iron Patriot armor. He’s the latest incarnation of War Machine, and this image is a welcome change from the usual shots of Stark. Check it out below. Read More »

For the 70th year, the Hollywood Foreign Press handed out their Golden Globe Awards Sunday night. Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler entertained an audience of TV and movie fans there to bestow awards to shows like Girls, Modern Family, Smash, Breaking Bad, Homeland and Downton Abbey and films like Lincoln, Argo, Django Unchained, Life of Pi, Silver Linings PlaybookZero Dark Thirty and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. Yes, I said Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

That’s just one example of surprise nominees that make the Globes such a wild card each and every year. Check out all the winners below along with live commentary.

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Marvel Studios continues to slowly reveal Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3. Earlier this week, studio president Kevin Feige talked about the film’s tone (it’s not serious); mentioned the villain (the Mandarin is unlike anyone Iron Man has faced before); and confirmed none of the other Avengers would appear. That’s all fine and well, but let’s see some new stuff, right?

Right on cue, four brand-new photos have surfaced, including a new look at the Iron Patriot (with a possible minor spoiler), our first look at Rebecca Hall‘s character, and a shot of a really messed up mask. Check them out after the jump. Read More »

Where can you see Christopher Nolan in New York City tonight? How about all the Batman Batmobiles, as well as movie props, in Los Angeles later this week? Why is Don Cheadle back as Captain Planet? Which Marvel movies could 20th Century Fox make under Mark Millar? Did Spider-Man have a mishap at the Thanksgiving Day parade? Is a mystery villain coming to Arrow? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

After a dozen-year stretch in Uncanny Valley, Robert Zemeckis has returned to the world of live-action with the substance abuse drama Flight. It’s not the smoothest ride. The film’s alcoholism plotline veers toward the generic, the symbolism is often so blunt as to be laughable, and the supporting players are mostly one-note.

What keeps it on course, however, is the compassionate but honest character study at its core. Zemeckis and screenwriter John Gatins (Real Steel) have an iron grip on who Captain William “Whip” Whitaker is and what makes him tick, and Denzel Washington‘s grounded performance maintains the audience’s sympathy without sugarcoating Whip’s nasty side.

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