The massive leak, and then subsequent reveal, of the first trailer for Marvel's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' had fans going nuts in anticipation of the next team-up of the studio's biggest heroes and a new villain that could pose the biggest threat yet. But the trailer showed so much, what are we in store for?
It has been a week of crazy news on the Marvel front and the guy leading it all has had to stay mum on what is going on behind-the-scenes. But can Iron Man himself finally say what he feels about the third Captain America news? It seems like he has a little to say.
It seems like all hell is going to break loose once Iron Man and Captain America duke it out in the next standalone movie for the latter hero. But could this mean the destruction of the Avengers and make fans have to pick sides on different heroes in the group?
With Robert Downey Jr. joining the cast of the next Captain America, it could be the beginning of Iron Man becoming a type of villain in the future Marvel movies and this transformation could begin with the character trying to take out a former bad guy.
With the revelation that Robert Downey Jr. is joining the cast for 'Captain America 3,' it seems like a massive storyline will be set for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But a new rumor has surfaced that says that movie will have big ramifications for the future and these directors are going to have to take it on in future Avengers movies.
With his latest movie, The Judge, struggling at the box office, it seems like Robert Downey Jr. may be returning to where he knows the gold can be found and jumping into another Avenger's standalone world. But what implications will this have moving forward?
The line-up for the third Avengers movie is becoming more and more cluttered and random by the day, but one staple star seems to be set to return for what could be his last time in the role that brought him back to life.
Marvel must be sitting at their offices just shaking their heads as their top actor goes back and forth playing with the media about what his plans are for another Iron Man movie. Now the actor has confirmed and denied the project happening.
Iron Man would like to bring the Avengers to 'Agents of SHIELD'
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - At the beginning of his latest film "The Judge," Robert Downey Jr. could be mistaken for playing the arrogant yet charming Tony Stark, the billionaire alter-ego of superhero Iron Man.
'Star Wars: Episode VII' has been having constant rumors going around lately on who else could be added to the film, the latest story being on Robert Downey, Jr.
It is most definitely just the humor of Robert Downey Jr. playing around, but could the actor be serious about bringing in this director to do the next Iron Man movie and would Marvel allow it?
While Robert Downey Jr. has done his share of debunking, it seems like he is backtracking in the past few days on the future of Iron Man as the actor says Marvel is working on a lot of different stories that interest him for a fourth movie.
Without another Iron Man movie in place, it seems like the writing on the wall is that Robert Downey Jr. is done with the role in standalone movies and will complete the Avengers films before hanging up the suit. But the actor doesn't seem to agree.
A plot line long rumored to find its way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the Civil War one, and many believe it will begin to start after the next Avengers movie and into the third Captain America one. But will that lead to tension between Cap and Tony Stark?
It is well documented that Robert Downey Jr. is only set for two more Avengers movies without another Iron Man movie planned. But could the actor be heading towards a retirement of the role instead of more, smaller appearances?
It may seem crazy but is one of Marvel's biggest stars looking to lessen his load at the studio juggernaut and help to create a brand new franchise built on a video game? Crazy, but it could be where this 'Iron Man' star is headed.
The Iron Man franchise not only started the current Marvel brand but also was its most consistent big player due to the popularity of star Robert Downey Jr. and the anti-hero that everyone wanted to root for. But the star is now saying that the standalone movies have hit the end of the road.
While Mark Ruffalo has been well-received in the role of Bruce Banner/Hulk since taking over for Edward Norton in 'The Avengers,' but the actor has yet to earn his own standalone movie and is set to reprise the role again the movie's sequel. But could a team-up happen to possibly help Hulk gain a movie of his own?
While Marvel has always teased the possibility of giving Black Widow her own movie, the actual thing has yet to happen. Even with directors like Neil Marshall throwing his name in the ring to direct, it seems like Marvel may still be waiting. But now one of their biggest stars is advocating for a solo movie for the heroine.
While it is sometimes hard to separate the personalities of Robert Downey Jr. and his alter-ego Tony Stark, it seems like the star can have humbling moments and admit that his work isn't the best out there right now.
While the Iron Man films have become one of Marvel's staple franchises, a changing field and fans shown interest in other properties could shift the paradigm to merging franchising rather than just rehashing old standalone movies.
The 39th Toronto International Film Festival will feature a host of Hollywood favorites when it opens next month, with actors including Robert Downey Jr. and Al Pacino expected to attend.
With the massive popularity and money coming from the brand, it was tough to see star Robert Downey Jr. walking away from Iron Man anytime soon. But could the wait for the next standalone featuring the hero be a relatively long one?
Despite rumors that Robert Downey Jr. was done with the Iron Man franchise, the actor is now saying he's open to staying with the role of Tony Stark.