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Topic - Tony Stark
Thanks in large part to Robert Downey Jr.'s turn as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Marvel's "The Avengers" and "Iron Man 3" has brought in almost $3 billion worldwide. Studio heads can breathe a sigh of relief, because he's signed on for two more films.
Hasbro brings Tony Stark's “Iron Man 3” movie and comic book adventures to role-play life with Assemblers and Marvel Legends action figures as well as Arc Strike Iron Man and Iron Man Micro Muggs.
“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.: 'Iron Man 3' co-star Paltrow makes him 'feel there’s more to explore in universe'
The World’s Most Beautiful Woman? That’s nothing, if you’re Gwyneth Paltrow. Just ask her “Iron Man 3” co-star Robert Downey Jr.
Hollywood actor Robert Downey Jr. has traveled to Beijing to promote "Iron Man 3," which was filmed partly in China and features well-known Chinese actors.