Iron Man 3

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<p><b>Why:</b> By mid-April, "Iron Man 3" was beginning to look like the surest of sure things. Three weeks before the film was to arrive in U.S. theaters, early reviews and box-office tracking suggested that the latest installment in the adventures of Robert Downey Jr.'s charming superhero Tony Stark might rival or even surpass the $2-billion success of last summer's hit "The Avengers." But on a Monday afternoon just days before "Iron Man 3" was set to premiere in London, the film's director and co-writer, Shane Black, wasn't taking anything for granted. [<a href="http://herocomplex.latimes.com/movies/iron-man-3-shane-black-returns-tony-stark-to-real-world-post-avengers/#/0" target="_blank"> The Los Angeles Times </a> ] </p><br><br>

( Zade Rosenthal / HANDOUT / October 25, 2012 )

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Why: By mid-April, "Iron Man 3" was beginning to look like the surest of sure things. Three weeks before the film was to arrive in U.S. theaters, early reviews and box-office tracking suggested that the latest installment in the adventures of Robert Downey Jr.'s charming superhero Tony Stark might rival or even surpass the $2-billion success of last summer's hit "The Avengers." But on a Monday afternoon just days before "Iron Man 3" was set to premiere in London, the film's director and co-writer, Shane Black, wasn't taking anything for granted. [ The Los Angeles Times ]



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