“Captain America: Civil War” recently unveiled its first look at the D23 Disney Expo. Audiences were thrilled at what they saw. But here’s something more interesting about the movie. Fans somehow have always been fascinated with what gear/armor will Robert Downey Jr.’s character Tony Stark will be sporting in every Marvel movie he appears in, this time around it was no different. Read on for more details.
According to Heroic Hollywood, the latest armor that Tony will be sporting to tackle the upcoming battle with former “Avengers” ally Captain America is the Mark 46 aka the Bleeding Edge armor.
This armor is considered to be one of its kind and is kept by Tony for special occasions. The power at which the armor operates is also massively impressive. It can go head to head with Thor, beat up an already angry Red Hulk basically reaching the maximum advancement at Tony’s will. It is made out of Nano-machines and can turn into anything that Tony wants.
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Avengers: Age of Ultron is headed home this fall, and the second Marvel team-up saga will come loaded with deleted scenes when it arrives on disc and download. But it will be missing another fan-favorite of Marvel’s films – a One-Shot short-film bonus.
Writer-director Joss Whedon found himself killing off many darlings in his script to deliver the movie at a manageable length as it wove together such a large menagerie of superheroes, including newcomers Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), into the clash between Iron Man, Black Widow, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Hawkeye, and the robot monstrosity Ultron.
Although Whedon swears off director’s cuts, saying he prefers to stand by the version released in theaters, he will be sharing a number of never-before-seen sequences that ended up on the cutting room floor, as well as a gag reel, and a handful of behind-the-scenes documentaries.
Among the docs: a story breakdown about the Infinity Gems, the mystical stones that the cosmic villain Thanos is assembling for the two Infinity War movies coming in 2018 and 2019, and a run throughUltron’s assorted real-life global locations.
Avengers: Age of Ultron will be available as a 3-D Blu-ray combo pack, regular Blu-ray disk, DVD, and on-demand on Oct. 2, but those hoping to see it again earlier can find it on Sept. 8 on Digital HD and 3-D, as well as via Marvel’s parent company download service, Disney Anywhere.
As part of the announcement, Marvel provided EW with this clip from the film, but here’s fair warning to those who haven’t seen the movie yet: this clip ventures deep into spoiler turf.
For fans looking for a refresher of one of its most surprising scenes, here you go: Paul Bettany as the synthezoid we know and love as The Vision, reaching for the weapon no one else can lift except the God of Lightning.
Robert Downey Jr. has always had a way with words, and now his production company is developing a film about a presidential race that comes down to three key debates.
Team Downey, which the Iron Man star runs with his producer wife Susan Downey (Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang), is joining forces again with screenwriter Bill Dubuque, who penned the production company’s first movie, last year’s father-son drama The Judge, sources confirm to EW. That movie, which starred Downey as a defense attorney representing his estranged father, Robert Duvall, earned Duvall a supporting-actor Oscar nomination.
The new project will center on a presidential race that turns on three televised debates, and no actors or filmmaker have been hired yet, according to Variety, which first reported the story.
The Oscar-nominated writer and director has been hired to rewrite a live-action take on the story with the hope that he might direct
Paul Thomas Anderson has been announced as the unlikely new writer of Robert Downey Jr’s live-action Pinocchio.
The Oscar-nominated writer and director of There Will Be Blood, and most recently Inherent Vice, will be taking on a script that was previously written by Michael Mitnick, best known for last year’s YA adaptation The Giver. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Downey has also been involved in giving the draft some tweaks for studio Warner Bros.
The Iron Man star is set to play Geppetto in what will be a traditional adaptation of the story, most famously told by Disney in 1940. Roberto Benigni also directed and starred in a 2002 version, panned by critics, and dubbed by a cast including Queen Latifah, David Suchet and Kevin James.