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Topic - Shane Black
“Iron Man 3” is less a movie about the invincible Iron Man than a movie about the not-so-super Tony Stark, the billionaire playboy beneath the shiny metal shell. And it’s at its best when it works in smaller scale, as an irreverent throwback action comedy.
Robert Downey Jr. made a Tony Stark-like entrance Saturday into the San Diego Convention Center's largest exhibition hall, dancing up through the aisles among more than 6,000 fans.
Black said the film explores the roots of Stark's mythology and feels like a culmination to the trilogy.