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There’s a new article about Iron Man 3‘s new director, Shane Black and where the third part of the franchise might be headed:
Black pointed out that the studio was not pleased with the direction of Iron Man 2 and that the third film will not be “two men in iron suits fighting each other,” but, instead, would play more like a Tom Clancy thriller, with Iron Man’s opponents being more real-world than comic book.
Reportedly the film will not feature other Marvel heroes, because the plan is that post-Avengers the various films will focus on individual heroes, and that the crossovers were designed primarily as a lead in to that Joss Whedon-directed film.”
Take this with a grain of salt since it’s not a direct quote from Black, but it seems legit. Personally, I think it’s pretty awesome that they’re going back to the formula that made the first film so special.
You can see Robert Downey Jr and Gwyneth Paltrow reunited at the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party in the following video. It’s in the first 33 seconds or so. Robert’s wife Susan and Jude Law are also there.
I’m trying to find HQ pics of them here, so keep an eye out for that.
Gwyneth also spoke about Iron Man 3’s possible new director, Shane Black at the red carpet, here’s what she had to say:
“I haven’t met [Shane Black] yet, no,” Paltrow told MTV News.
“[Black is a] great writer,” she continued. “I’ll really miss Jon Favreau, but I’m sure Shane will be great.”
Finally, there’s some new wallpapers and drawings at The Workshop.
Several photos from Comic Con 2007 with Gwyneth Paltrow and Robert Downey Jr and their co-stars have been added to the gallery. I’ve also uploaded screencaptures of Tony Stark in his brief cameo at the end of The Incredible Hulk (2008) and some magazine scans from Cinemag Latin America (please credit this site if you repost them).
Also we’re sporting a brand new look! I’m happy to say we’ll be sticking with this one for as long as we can. Thanks to Nicole for all her help!
I know the Fan Art Archive‘s (aka The Workshop) opening keeps getting delayed, I’m sorry about that. I haven’t had time to install the scripts for it but I’m going to try to get it up and running over the weekend. Oh! Another big surprise is coming up before the end of February so stay tuned!