Marvel Releases Two New Production Stills of ‘Iron Man’ With Downey Jr.

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CHICAGO – Marvel on Monday released two new production stills from the highly anticipated adaption “Iron Man” with Robert Downey Jr. In the first photo, he displays a gauntlet for from the “Iron Man” armor and the second new photo shows Downey Jr. with director Jon Favreau as they talk about a scene on a workshop set.

Favreau has also directed “Elf”. “Iron Man,” which is scheduled to open on May 2, also features Samuel L. Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Bridges, Terrence Howard and Stan Lee. In playing Tony Stark, Downey Jr. fashions a life-support suit to keep him alive after an accident. He decides to use the suit to fight crime.

Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr.

Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau

The first photo above is similar to the production still below, which was released on Jan. 9.

Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. editor-in-chief Adam Fendelman


Dustin's picture

I think i might be more

I think i might be more excited for Iron Man than I am Batman.

PatrickMcD's picture

Can't Get the Theme Song Out of Me Head

Tony Stark makes you feel
He’s a cool exec with a heart of steel.

As Iron Man, all jets ablaze,
He’s fighting and smiting with repulsor rays!

Amazing armor! That’s Iron Man!

A blazing power! That’s Iron Man!

Hank’s in a band!

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