One of the many perks Robert Downey Jr. gets with each new "Iron Man" sequel (besides a substantially bigger paycheck) is spending less time in those hot-rod red suits and more time in his trailer watching "Downton Abbey" with Jon Favreau.
With "Iron Man Three" rocketing to the top of the global box office, we thought we'd calculate just how much RDJ's Tony Stark has been slacking with each ensuing installment, leaving Rhodey and Pepper Potts to do the dirty work.
It's been the week of "Iron Man" (well, "Iron Man 3," specifically), and for proof, you need look no further than its $175 million opening weekend at the domestic box office. For those not in the know, $175 million is, um, a lot of money. It did well, so to speak.
Feeling the "Iron Man" mojo running through the veins of the populace himself, editor/talented person/talented person with too much time on his hands Mike Helm constructed an insanely well-done supercut remix of all three "Iron Man" movies to the tune of Black Sabbath's "Crazy Train." Get More »
Cosplay is always pretty awesome, but when people fuse their little ones with "Iron Man" it's a heart-melting metallurgical masterpiece indeed.
Tony Stark's in for some real trouble when his new foe The Mandarin traipses into town for "Iron Man Three," so things are bound to get pretty heavy with all the disaster-wreaking and revenge-seeking going down in theaters this weekend.
So, to energize the lighter side of things, as it were, here the absolute most smile-worthy "Iron" kids (no, not the vitamins, silly) ever. Brace for cuteness overload. Get More »
If you heard the news that the Chinese are being treated to four more minutes of "Iron Man 3" screen stuffs than the rest of the world and immediately became jealous of those occupying the space of the world's largest country because of said information, rest easy.
Those extra moments are not even remotely — insert our shocked face here — pertinent to the rest of the movie. Get More »
Season's greetings from Tony Stark! Your gift: This brand spankin' new clip from "Iron Man 3," which comes out on May 3.
While you're going to love the above snippet, in which Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) lets the villainous Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) know he means business, you probably wouldn't love being on the receiving end of the audio postcard Stark delivers to the bad guy through the press.
Mostly because it involves, uh, murder. Get More »
Let's face it: you're no Batman. You're no Superman, either. And you're certainly no Iron Man.
No offense, but you're just not. Neither are we, though. Who is Iron Man?
Well, Iron Man is technically Robert Downey, Jr.'s goatee, a crime-fighting, smack-talking, machine mine comprised of equal amounts iron and wit. He is unstoppable (unless, of course, he gets stopped in "Iron Man 3," which is a possibility). Until then, you might a well keep the hope alive with an Iron Man lamp. Get More »
So you think you know Batman, Hulk, Captain America, Spider-Man, Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Superman, Dr. Manhattan and Wolverine? Think again. Mixed media artist and graphic designer Marko Manev has given the iconic superheroes a makeover, stripping the technicolor from each character for a black-and-white, noir spin in his a series of original art. [via Collider] Get More »
Tony Stark has pretty much everything a billionaire superhero (not a bad job title, right?) could hope for: an awesome suit, a stunning pad and a beautiful woman by his side. But something's been missing—at least, that's what Chinese electronics maker TCL thinks. So what is the one thing that the man-who-has-everything doesn't actually have? TCL products in his hot little hands. Duh.
In the next "Iron Man" installment, cleverly named "Iron Man 3," the hero will wield mobile phones, cloud technology and even televisions made by the Huizhou-based company. Get More »
"Angry Birds" has already conquered the video game app market and with a new animated series in the works, it's also well on its way to dominating television as well. And now, after a year and a half of behind the scenes work, it appears "Angry Birds" is officially taking aim at the world of movies, as Deadline is reporting that the "Angry Birds" feature film is set to hit theaters in 2016.
And these birds aren't just going to be angry, they're also going to be despicable. Get More »