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November 8, 2012

RUMOR: Iron Man 3 Spoilers

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I was going to wrap it up for the day but then I came across some super interesting news regarding Iron Man 3. I can’t confirm or deny any of the news that’s being reported which is why I put “RUMOR” in the title. Everything sounds plausible but I still recommend grabbing some grains of salt before you continue reading…


About the different armors and Extremis:

Simon Philips, the President of Marvel Entertainment International, recently attended a presentation in São Paulo. It was there he unloaded some very cool spoiler details for Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3


…The big surprise was that Tony Stark may combine bits of their armor, making custom configurations. Arms with the Mark I and Mark II breastplate of head Mark III, for example. But the superhero arsenal includes much more than that, since the underground tank armor it will be significantly higher than in the previous films, with at least 16 new (and we can expect some classic visuals of comics in the middle)!


This manipulation of distance pieces will be possible thanks to technology Extremis, which is deployed in Tony Stark in the surgery scene that appears in the trailer.


And remember that theory/rumor that Gwyneth Paltrow would be suiting up and donning armor in this one? Right around when she was quoted as saying that she’s “getting too old for this shit“?


The presentation also revealed that Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow ) also wear their own armor. Remember that in the comics, Tony saved his beloved from a fate similar to his – the shrapnel threatening heart – giving her an armor called Redemption.


What do you think of this latest rumor?


Via: Geek Tyrant



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