"Iron Man" Will be a Trilogy

by | February 12, 2007 | Comments

Not all that surprising, really, but cool nonetheless: Jon Favreau‘s upcoming "Iron Man" movie is intended to be the first flick in a series of three. Sounds good to me!

AICN’s Quint recently visited director Favreau at his "Iron Man" production offices and was treated to a whole bunch of pre-production artwork, most of which he describes right here — in very thorough detail. Cool to know that a comics enthusiast found the artwork more than appealing, but the most interesting news was this:

"Spider-Man" style, the whole "Iron Man" cast (Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard, Jeff Bridges) is apparently locked up for a three-picture run. Also hinted at: Terrence Howard’s character will become the villain "War Machine," but not in the first movie.

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