What if Tony Stark's penthouse confrontation with Loki in The Avengers had been different? Or the Wasp had been in the movie during the final battle? What if a pivotal character in Iron Man 3 had died?
Well, now you can see those alternate scenes via some just-released animatics from artist Federico D'Alessandro. Check out the whole bunch -- three from Iron Man 3 and four from The Avengers -- after the jump (Warning: Spoilers for both movies follow if you still haven't seen them).
What exactly is Ben Kingsley's The Mandarin going to be up to in Iron Man 3? According new 90-second featurette from Marvel Studios, he's going to be weaponizing an invention that'll be quite familiar to readers who have kept up with Shellhead's adventures over the past decade or so.
Check out the video, which contains minor spoilers about the plot of the movie, after the jump.
We don't know much yet about the story behind Ben Kingsley's Mandarin in Iron Man 3. But based on the newly released poster for the film -- featuring the Mandarin rocking shades indoors, army fatigue pants, and what I sincerely hope is a pair of Timberlands -- we know this much: if being a supervillain doesn't work out for him, he definitely has a promising future starring in Wu-Tang videos. I suggest Ghostface, just to keep the theme going.
One of the most talked-about moments of the newly-released Iron Man 3 trailer is the first appearance of Ben Kingsley as classic Iron Man nemesis, the Mandarin. But is the movie Mandarin the same character as the one in the comic books...? Maybe not, according to the presid
As anyone who's been to the Big Show knows, San Diego Comic-Con is the destination to see what's gonna be ripping cash from your wallet in the coming year -- that is, when you can actually see it. After all, with
This week's release of Matt Fraction, Carmine DiGiandomenico, Matt Wilson and Joe Caramagna's "Invincible Iron Man Annual" made history for Marvel. Not just because it's an excellent comic (it is), but because it was the first Marvel book to be offered for same-day digital distribution on the iPad. It was original
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