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[box] Marvel’s “Iron Man 3″ pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy’s hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?[/box]

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6 Responses

  1. RepStones

    Looks great, but seriously, if he’s not fighting a bad version of himself he’s fighting an army of them? Imagine Marvel, c’mon. Kingsley as the Mandarin is inspired though.

    • Joey Braccino

      I don’t think he’s fighting an army of armor; I think he’s calling up his Armory as his “back-up!” I initially thought we were back to suits fighting suits, but the trailer suggests that the suits are “his boys.”

      And if he has to call in that much back-up, I’m going to assume the Mandarin’s got some serious evilness going on!!!

    • NameitPurple

      The army of Ironman suits are being remote-controlled by Tony. I suspect this may be to fight a cadre of Extremis enhanced soldiers (seen being strapped down and experimented on), under the command of The Mandarin. After the wailing and fist-shaking at Ironman 2, Marvel wouldn’t make the mistake of another robot vs robot finale.

  2. juiceralli

    I love how they take everything away from Iron Man (house, suits, money etc). And Mandarin making him choose between an empty life or a meaningful death. That seems like something Stark would struggle to choose, given his personality.

  3. NameitPurple

    Striping the character right back down to what really makes him the man he is is a smart way to go, especially post-Avengers.
    I think there is going to be a lot in this film echoing (coming full circle on) the first Ironman. The tone, voiceover, and brief glimpses of a memorial post-NYC battle would seem to suggest a Tony Stark bewildered by the world (in fact, universe) that has been unveiled to him. Being the smartest man in the room is no longer enough, and he is scared to death of that fact. Taking Stark away from all the trappings and distractions and letting him rediscover the drive he found in the caves of the first film and come back even stronger, will make one hell of a journey.

    It will be interesting to see how much of the Extremis storyline stays in the movie, and how big a part Killian and Dr Hansen play, hopefully without overloading the film.

    As a long time Marvel fan, watching that chorus line of suits form up was amazing, and had me digging back through old Ironman runs; “Wait, is that the Deepsea armour? Oh my god, that was the Hulkbuster!?!”

  4. M. Da Ponte

    I don’t know why, but I usually enjoy the villain’s performance more than the title character’s in a super hero movie (as was the case in Dark Knight, Captain America, Dark Knight Rises, and probably Iron Man 3).

    Is it just me, or do I get the sense that irregular speech-patterns are going to become a trend amongst villains in future movies thanks to Tom Hardy’s eccentric, but wonderful, performance?

    I’m also curious as to the Captain America tattoo on Mandarin’s neck. Perhaps he’s lashing out at Tony for being rejected leadership of the ” North American Avengers Fan Club”?

    That Hulkbuster suit better make a re-appearance in a future Avengers movie if the Planet Hulk storyline rumours are to be believed.

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