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2013-03-06 12:43:54 AM
Dear Subtard (that means below tard - double meaning here, thought I should point it out for you):

You have been trolled.  Repeat:  YOU HAVE BEEN TROLLED.

YOU BEEN TROLLED, SUBBY.

Ronnie James Dio is DEAD.  He can't make any more albums with Black Sabbath, so he CAN'T be in Iron Man 3.

DUHHHHHHHHHH
 
2013-03-06 12:51:50 AM

Cybernetic: Why does this trailer give April 25 as the release date? Everything I've heard up to now has said May 3.


European trailer and release date.
 
2013-03-06 12:59:46 AM
I GOOPed....
 
2013-03-06 03:20:26 AM
I will have a threesome with Kila Kunis and Heidi Klum if they are game
 
2013-03-06 04:05:51 AM

Lor M. Ipsum: Uchiha_Cycliste: she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

The Iron Man-opause?

/got nuthin'


Fe-Male
 
2013-03-06 06:33:48 AM

PsyLord: Friend_Computer: WhippingBoy: Uchiha_Cycliste: WhippingBoy: CarnySaur: I hope they replace Tony Stark with a teenage version like they did in the comics a while back.  Maybe they could use the kid who played Freddy on iCarly.

Or a woman. Like they did with Watson on Elementary. That always works and shows people how open minded you are.

They could call it "Iron-Man Woman"

she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

And they should get that actress who starred in "Precious" for the role of Anthia Stark. And Adam Sandler as Jughead Jones.

Marvel's already taken care of it.  Potts gets a suit named Iron Maiden.

[loyalkng.com image 550x835]

/something about Bruce Dickinson being farkin' awesome.

Hmm, last I heard she had the Rescue armor.  Then again, haven't read IM in quite a while (ever since he rebooted his brain... wtf).


Yeah, you're right - it was Rescue.  My bad.  Looks like Iron Maiden was the proposed codename for Black Widow when she was running around in a suit, the codename of another Russian superspy, and the armor of Stark's sister in the Marvel Mangaverse- whatever that is.  The fark Marvel?
 
2013-03-06 06:35:48 AM

HalEmmerich: I enjoyed the movie, it was definitely different, but still good.


IMHO, it's a hell of a lot funnier than the comic book. More jokes and they're executed better.

HalEmmerich: The only complaint I have with it is how close they were to ending up with Scott going with Knives at the end, to the point where that ending is filmed and on the DVD in the extras. You know, after the first chunk of the movie is dedicated to pointing out how being with her makes him a creep, nevermind it ignores what the point of that relationship was.


The actress who plays Knives was 25 during filming and she had great chemistry with Cera. I imagine if they'd gone with the Knives ending they could have de-aged Cera's character to 21 or so (about the youngest he could pass for), so dating a high school senior isn't quite as creepy.
 
2013-03-06 08:00:07 AM

Infernalist: If Vanko had shown up at Stark's door, blueprints in hand and demanded an explanation...well...that wouldn't have made a very good movie, now would it.


Actually, that would have made a much better movie. Vanko shows up, demands an explanation. Stark gives him one, and tries to make amends. They become super-scientist bros. But Rockwell's character is there, whispering into Vanko's ear. He keeps making Vanko think that Stark is giving him short shrift. That Tony's just using him, like Howard used Vanko's father. An overheard conversation between Stark and Pepper ends up supporting this view.

All of the sudden, Vanko has an interesting character arc, and so does Tony.

Since Rockwell's character is really the antagonist, you can keep many of the set pieces in place, but have more nameless goons. Instead of Whiplash at Monaco, it could just be some idiot that Rockwell put up to it. Rockwell can be building knock off power-suits by cobbling together what he's learned from Stark and Vanko with his own genius.

Seriously, I should just be a script consultant for every movie.
 
2013-03-06 08:47:25 AM

Wayne 985: Iron Man is just not that great a character. We already have 4 movies with him; it's enough.


As someone who works in defense, I disagree. Iron Man is a great spoof of how the military-industrial complex perceives itself.
 
2013-03-06 09:05:57 AM
All the talk about the Ironman Army, but nobody has mentioned this:


i.imgur.com
 
2013-03-06 10:08:14 AM
images.wikia.com

'I'd Tongue-Punch her fart-box'
 
2013-03-06 10:33:40 AM

GungFu: Why would the director need RDJ to make another trailer?

Amazing to think RDJ was Lohaning it like crazy some years ago, and sometimes in the nude and in stranger's living rooms.


If anyone should be able to offer advice to lohan/whats that other girls name?  it should be RDJ. I mean the guy knows how dark that road is and also the path back to "normal" as much as a movie stars life can be called normal.
 
2013-03-06 10:58:23 AM

youmightberight: If anyone should be able to offer advice to lohan/whats that other girls name? it should be RDJ. I mean the guy knows how dark that road is and also the path back to "normal" as much as a movie stars life can be called normal.


He said finally getting thrown in prison is what did it. It's starting to look like Lohan could shoot a judge in the face on live TV and still not get sent up for long. No one's doing her any favors by continually letting her skate.
 
2013-03-06 12:35:38 PM

ferretman: [images.wikia.com image 850x548]

'I'd Tongue-Punch her fart-box'


I'd go spear fishing for doo-doo sharks.

/If you know what I mean
//And I think you do!
 
2013-03-06 12:43:16 PM

Lor M. Ipsum: Uchiha_Cycliste: she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

The Iron Man-opause?

/got nuthin'


IRON MA'AM
 
2013-03-06 12:44:26 PM
Last I heard the rumors about Planet Hulk are bullshiat. It's not happening.
 
2013-03-06 01:23:56 PM

ZeroCorpse: Last I heard the rumors about Planet Hulk are bullshiat. It's not happening.


I read that rumor on aint-it-cool-news.com, that's how I knew it was bullshiat.

/Simon Pegg isn't going to be in the next Star Wars either
 
2013-03-06 02:26:43 PM

wildsnowllama: Lor M. Ipsum: Uchiha_Cycliste: she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

The Iron Man-opause?

/got nuthin'

Fe-Male


OMG. That is simply an amazing, and an amazingly bad pun-joke.
I'm in awe

\slow clapping
 
2013-03-06 02:59:40 PM

Mugato: ZeroCorpse: Last I heard the rumors about Planet Hulk are bullshiat. It's not happening.

I read that rumor on aint-it-cool-news.com, that's how I knew it was bullshiat.

/Simon Pegg isn't going to be in the next Star Wars either



To be fair, it came from Latino-Review
 
2013-03-06 04:14:55 PM

MaxxLarge: bighairyguy: Marvel will move with a new actor if need be.

Which would be complete suicide, and Marvel surely knows it. There hasn't been a more widely-agreed-upon perfect matching of character and actor in a very long time.



Remember back when Tom Cruise wanted to be Tony Stark? That would've been a major fail. RDJ was made for this role. I was nervous when I first heard he was cast, but since the very first trailer for IM1 I was sold. Cruise just lacks the charm and wit for the role. (Never mind Nic Cage or Leo DiCapria-preo- that dude from Inception). Keep RDJ there through 2-3 more IM movies and 1-2 more Avengers. At least.
 
2013-03-06 04:51:07 PM

Jodeo: MaxxLarge: bighairyguy: Marvel will move with a new actor if need be.

Which would be complete suicide, and Marvel surely knows it. There hasn't been a more widely-agreed-upon perfect matching of character and actor in a very long time.


Remember back when Tom Cruise wanted to be Tony Stark? That would've been a major fail. RDJ was made for this role. I was nervous when I first heard he was cast, but since the very first trailer for IM1 I was sold. Cruise just lacks the charm and wit for the role. (Never mind Nic Cage or Leo DiCapria-preo- that dude from Inception). Keep RDJ there through 2-3 more IM movies and 1-2 more Avengers. At least.


Tom Cruise is always just Tom Cruise playing Tom Cruise playing a cool guy. And he does it well. RDJ is just a cool guy.
 
2013-03-06 07:26:58 PM

Mugato: He said finally getting thrown in prison is what did it. It's starting to look like Lohan could shoot a judge in the face on live TV and still not get sent up for long.


Someone posted a list of every crime she's been accused or convicted of in a previous thread; it just kept going and going and going. If a poor person had a similar record they'd never leave jail.
 
2013-03-06 07:27:18 PM

Jodeo: MaxxLarge: bighairyguy: Marvel will move with a new actor if need be.

Which would be complete suicide, and Marvel surely knows it. There hasn't been a more widely-agreed-upon perfect matching of character and actor in a very long time.


Remember back when Tom Cruise wanted to be Tony Stark? That would've been a major fail. RDJ was made for this role. I was nervous when I first heard he was cast, but since the very first trailer for IM1 I was sold. Cruise just lacks the charm and wit for the role. (Never mind Nic Cage or Leo DiCapria-preo- that dude from Inception). Keep RDJ there through 2-3 more IM movies and 1-2 more Avengers. At least.


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weknowmemes.com
breakbrunch.com

panelsofawesome.com

The role was meant for RDJ, it's not even like he has to act.
 
2013-03-06 08:55:42 PM

Infernalist: The points about Vanko and the government were spot on, though, to a degree.  The government was being stupid, demanding the armor, but they were right to do so.  Vanko, on the other hand, was outrageously furious at Stark for something that happened between their fathers.  If Vanko had shown up at Stark's door, blueprints in hand and demanded an explanation...well...that wouldn't have made a very good movie, now would it.


I'll bet you money that a major plot point of IM3 is the inability of the US government to secure and control the Iron Man technology.  They already demonstrated that Tony was right to deny the government the armor in IM2 -- the very first thing Uncle Sam does is hand the armor over to Justin Hammer!

If Vanko had simply approached Stark and said "Look, my dad helped your dad invent this power source that has made you a trillionaire, and all my dad got for it was the opportunity to die in a gulag.  I'm farking pissed."  Tony would have wrote him a check for a billion dollars, created a foundation in his father's name, and given the guy his own private research facility on the Stark campus.  We know that because we know that Tony Stark is fundamentally a good guy who wants to do the right thing.  But Vanko doesn't even try to dialogue with Stark, he just decides to engage in some seriously disproportionate retribution.  This is what flips him from being a sympathetic character to a villain.

A lot of people knock Mickey Rouke's performance in that movie, but I think he was really great.  He's easily my favorite part of the movie.  Vanko is motivated by a deep, smoldering rage, but he's also a really smart guy.  Like crazy, Tony Stark smart.  He's an evil Tony Stark, with none of Stark's advantages.   He's pretty laid back, and mostly smirks at a world that is so much dumber than him -- his interactions with Hammer are priceless, and Rouke does such a great job of conveying his complete and utter disdain for Hammer with his body language and his eyes.  Even when he fights Stark, he's still smirking -- the rage and hatred drive him to confront Tony in a fight, but he's too cool and too in love with his own cleverness to show his anger.  So he just smirks to himself as he tears Stark apart.

I really liked IM2, but I understand why it didn't go over well.  It's clunky -- shoehorning Black Widow's debut into the movie was a bad idea, and detracted from the ending.  The whole climax and conclusion would have been more satisfying if Tony had to fight Vanko on two fronts -- both physically, and in cyberspace, at the same time.  Imagine if Black Widow hadn't been involved at all, and instead Pepper and Happy had broken into Hammer Industries, opened a "backdoor" for Tony to access the system, and Tony had to hack his way through Vanko's software while trying to fight off War Machine, the drones and Vanko's Titanium Man homage.
 
2013-03-06 10:05:35 PM

skepticultist: Infernalist: The points about Vanko and the government were spot on, though, to a degree.  The government was being stupid, demanding the armor, but they were right to do so.  Vanko, on the other hand, was outrageously furious at Stark for something that happened between their fathers.  If Vanko had shown up at Stark's door, blueprints in hand and demanded an explanation...well...that wouldn't have made a very good movie, now would it.

I'll bet you money that a major plot point of IM3 is the inability of the US government to secure and control the Iron Man technology.  They already demonstrated that Tony was right to deny the government the armor in IM2 -- the very first thing Uncle Sam does is hand the armor over to Justin Hammer!

If Vanko had simply approached Stark and said "Look, my dad helped your dad invent this power source that has made you a trillionaire, and all my dad got for it was the opportunity to die in a gulag.  I'm farking pissed."  Tony would have wrote him a check for a billion dollars, created a foundation in his father's name, and given the guy his own private research facility on the Stark campus.  We know that because we know that Tony Stark is fundamentally a good guy who wants to do the right thing.  But Vanko doesn't even try to dialogue with Stark, he just decides to engage in some seriously disproportionate retribution.  This is what flips him from being a sympathetic character to a villain.

A lot of people knock Mickey Rouke's performance in that movie, but I think he was really great.  He's easily my favorite part of the movie.  Vanko is motivated by a deep, smoldering rage, but he's also a really smart guy.  Like crazy, Tony Stark smart.  He's an evil Tony Stark, with none of Stark's advantages.   He's pretty laid back, and mostly smirks at a world that is so much dumber than him -- his interactions with Hammer are priceless, and Rouke does such a great job of conveying his complete and utter disdain for Hammer with his body langua ...


Hindsight being 20/20, I think having a Black Widow movie with Joss directing it would've done the trick instead of her being part of IM2.
 
2013-03-06 11:35:28 PM

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Serial: HideAndGoFarkYourself: What movie is he talking about with RDJ and Val Kilmer in?

Kiss kiss bang bang.

Fantastic flick.  It's also the reason that Shane Black got tapped to direct IM3.  When Favs stepped down RDJ told Marvel to hire Black.

Yeah, great movie.  I misread the article, thought the writer was implying that Kilmer was in IM3, which didn't make sense.


It was poorly written then because I thought the same thing. I was looking for Val in IM3 LOL
 
2013-03-06 11:51:16 PM
Iron Man 3 Trailer

sigh...

New pants please.
 
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