Favreau Wants Your "Iron Man" Casting Input

by | October 17, 2006 | Comments

There’s no denying that director Jon Favreau has been keeping fans close to the "Iron Man" process, and now the geek-friendly filmmaker would like your advice on another topic: Who should play the redhead hottie named Pepper Pots?

The report comes from Cinematical, and you’ll be directed to Favreau’s MySpace page for the bulk of the issue, but the gist is this: Jon’s looking for advice on the Pepper Pots casting. Ms. Pots is a red-haired doll who harbors a major crush on our main hero … so I’d say either Bryce Dallas Howard or … Mia Kirshner! (What, so they’ll dye her hair!)

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