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Iron Man 3

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Iron Man 3
Rated: PG-13
Release Date: May 3, 2013
Running Time: 130 min.
Director(s): Shane Black
Writer: Drew Pearce, Shane Black, J.J. Abrams
Users Watched: 206
Users Rated: 127
 
 
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Thor: The Dark World Prelude #1
Thor: The Dark World Prelude #2
Iron Man 3
All Hail the King
Captain America: Homecoming #1
Thor: The Dark World Prelude #1
Thor: The Dark World Prelude #2
 
All Hail the King
Captain America: Homecoming #1
 
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While coping with post traumatic stress after the events of The Avengers, Tony Stark must face demons from his past and save the world from a dangerous new technology.
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
  Aldrich Killian First Appearance
  Played by: Guy Pearce
  This is Aldrich Killian's only appearance.
 
  Iron Man
  Played by: Robert Downy Jr.
  Iron Man last appeared in Thor: The Dark World Prelude #2. Iron Man next appears in Avengers: Operation HYDRA #1.
 
  Pepper Potts
  Played by: Gwyneth Paltrow
  Pepper Potts last appeared in Iron Man 3 Prelude #2. Pepper Potts next appears in Avengers: Operation HYDRA #1.
 
  Iron Patriot
  Played by: Don Cheadle
  Iron Patriot last appeared in Iron Man 3 Prelude #2. Iron Patriot next appears in Zombies Assemble #1.
 
 
Supporting Characters
  Brandt First Appearance
  Played by: Stephanie Szostak
  This is Brandt's only appearance.
 
  Happy Hogan
  Played by: Jon Favreau
  Happy Hogan last appeared in Iron Man 2. Happy Hogan next appears in Watch the Game: The Invite.
 
  Harley Keener First Appearance
  Played by: Ty Simpkins
  This is Harley Keener's only appearance.
 
  J.A.R.V.I.S.
  Played by: Paul Bettany
  J.A.R.V.I.S. last appeared in The Avengers. J.A.R.V.I.S. next appears in Avengers: Operation HYDRA #1.
 
  President Ellis First Appearance
  Played by: William Sadler
  President Ellis next appears in Laws of Nature.
 
  Maya Hansen First Appearance
  Played by: Rebecca Hall
  This is Maya Hansen's only appearance.
 
  Savin First Appearance
  Played by: James Badge Dale
  This is Savin 's only appearance.
 
  Trevor Slattery First Appearance
  Played by: Ben Kingsley
  Trevor Slattery next appears in All Hail the King.
 
  Vice President Rodriguez First Appearance
  Played by: Miguel Ferrer
  This is Vice President Rodriguez's only appearance.
 
 
Other Characters
  Doctor Wu First Appearance
  Played by: Xueqi Wang
  This is Doctor Wu's only appearance.
 
  Gary the Cameraman First Appearance
  Played by: Adam Pally
  This is Gary the Cameraman's only appearance.
 
  Heather (Stewardess) First Appearance
  This is Heather (Stewardess)'s only appearance.
 
 
  Ho Yinsen
  Played by: Shaun Toub
  Ho Yinsen last appeared in Iron Man: I am Iron Man! #1.
 
  Bruce Banner
  Played by: Mark Ruffalo
  Bruce Banner last appeared in Thor: The Dark World Prelude #2. Bruce Banner next appears in Avengers: Operation HYDRA #1.
 
  Mrs. Davis First Appearance
  This is Mrs. Davis's only appearance.
 
 
  Taggart First Appearance
  Played by: Ashley Hamilton
  This is Taggart's only appearance.
 
  Thomas Richards First Appearance
  Played by: Tom Virtue
  This is Thomas Richards's only appearance.
 
 
 
Group Appearances
Roxxon Oil Corporation
Roxxon Oil Corporation last appeared in Iron Man 2. Roxxon Oil Corporation next appears in Now is Not the End.
 
Stark Industries
Stark Industries last appeared in The Avengers. Stark Industries next appears in Zombies Assemble #1.
 
United States Air Force
United States Air Force last appeared in Iron Man: The Coming of the Melter!. United States Air Force next appears in Love in the Time of HYDRA.
 
United States Secret Service
This is United States Secret Service's only appearance.
 
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Issue Review
 
theDude
   May 1, 2013
Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) has literally everything a man could ever want.

More money and fame than he knows what to do with, a great girl (Gwyneth Paltrow), an amazing house and even better toys and to top it off when heís not jetting around the world as a billionaire playboy heís the superhero Iron Man. But when a crazed terrorist (Ben Kingsley) starts blowing up pieces of the world Tony begins to realize he may be up against the one thing even he canít handle: the second... (continued)
 
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Comments
   
 
  tstarnes Says:    
  2017-02-12 19:30:32  
  There are parts of this movie I like a lot, and parts that I am just not a fan of. Not crazy about the expanded role for Potts.  
 
 

  billstar2 Says:    
  2017-03-19 22:43:46  
  I wanted to love this movie but barely like it. There some good/great things in it but I had heard that Mandrin was going to be in this movie and waited and hoped. This was not what it. Had so much potential but fell flat for me.

Tony: ...and I stole a parka from a wooden Indian.
 
 
 

  trentus Says:    
  2017-09-04 01:13:25  
  The Iron Man 'trilogy' is definitely Godfather like. Compared to the other 2 this is definitely Godfather Part 3  
 
 

  raistlin903 Says:    
  2018-02-24 18:42:41  
  on my re-watch building up to Infinity War, and this movie still pisses me off... the whole twist is such a let down... and the ending is not very good either... I mean, all of a sudden Pepper has moves, just cause she survived a fall into a firy pit with extremis... and then Tony destroys all his suits and throws the mini arc reactor into the ocean, yet we all know he is coming back for AoU, and later stuff, so what was the point of this fake "giving it all up and settling down" nonsense...  
 
 

  dano357 Says:    
  2018-09-08 19:06:39  
  When I re-watched it as I go thru the order, I actually liked this one a lot better than I originally remembered. I think that Tony's whole PTSD arc worked better where it is placed here than it did during the initial release.

As people have noted, blowing up the suits doesn't make a lot of sense, I'm hoping some of the comics fill in the gaps between here and Age of Ultron.
 
 
 

 
 
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