Chris Evans, the new Captain America, opened the New York Stock Exchange this week along with a full movie poster behind him and the Marvel comics and film logo around him. With the economy the way it is, you would think it would be the Red Skull ringing the opening bells.
Evans opened the market and trading and one can only hope the movie is marketable for Marvel more than Green Lantern was for DC Comics and Warner Bros. Pictures.
Captain America: The First Avenger opens later this month.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: What? No Tony Stark At The End Of Trading Making A Cameo?
Robert Downey Jr. attended the L.A. Premiere of "Iron Man 2" which is slated for release May 7th.
They are already talking and thinking of Iron Man 3 in 2012-2013.
You gotta hand it to RDJ though. On the red carpet, he is dashing and quite debonair. The stache looks a little dyed but still......is styling and profiling.-Dr.FB
New images of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark and the cast of Iron Man 2 was released at Comic-Con yesterday in San Diego.
Robert still looks heavenly cool as Tony Stark and it is still a year off til we get to see this movie. This is def one of the ones on my list for 2010, that's for sure.-Dr.FB
Box-Office Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. has no signed an iron-clad contract with Marvel studios.
Iron Man, which grossed $578 Million world-Wide, will have Robert Downey Jr. reprise his role for Iron Man 2, which will hit movie theatres May 7th, 2010. The Avengers movie, which will have a cast of characters including Captain America, Thor, and The Incredible Hulk, will hit theatres July 15th, 2011, with Iron Man 3 following in a couple of years.
This is good news for Downey and Marvel and Paramount Pictures who is distributing. As we told you weeks ago, Terrence Howard was replaced by Don Cheadle for the Iron Man movies, where he will become War Machine.-Dr.FB