One of the most anticipated Super Bowl commercials was for Marvel Comics' Iron Man 3, starring Robert Downey, Jr., Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Bettany, Don Cheadle, Ben Kingsley, Jon Favreau and Rebecca Hall.
Iron Man 3’s Robert Downey Jr. revealed a few spoilers for the film ahead of its May 3 release. The third installment of the Iron Man series will be helmed by Downey’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang director, Shane Black – a hiring encouraged by the Iron Man star.
In the Season 2 premiere of Showtime's House of Lies, Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle) and his team of management consultants, better known as The Pod, are looking to decipher who a prospective client is and what he does for a living.
The hit web series Drunk History, created by Derek Waters, written by Jeremy Konner, and produced by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Gary Sanchez Productions, will soon appear on Comedy Central. Living up to its namesake, Drunk History features a drunk individual who retells a historical event to the best of his or her ability, and celebrities, such as Ryan Gosling, Don Cheadle and Jack Black, reenact the events according to their storyteller’s rendition.
There has been much controversy surrounding the film Django Unchained and its liberal use of the n-word. That scrutiny did not go away this past Sunday night when writer/director Quentin Tarantino, 49 used the word while addressing reporters after winning for Best Screenplay.
Flight is both blessed and cursed by its opening half hour. In the film's early minutes, director Robert Zemeckis takes the audience on a tense ride as we follow commercial airline pilot Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) on the morning of what should be a routine flight from Orlando to Atlanta.
NBC’s comedy, 30 Rock, took advantage of the upcoming presidential election in its latest episode, “Unwindulax,” which aired Thursday night. In the episode, Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) took Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) along with him to a Republican fundraiser in the hopes that Lemon’s liberal views would ruffle enough feathers to make the Republicans donate more money towards Mitt Romney’s campaign, which it did, and they did.
Robret Downey Jr., 47, is back as Tony Stark in Iron Man 3, the third installment of the Marvel Studios franchise about billionaire playboy-turned-superhero Iron Man. After a long wait and a number of teasers and rumors about production on the film, the first official Marvel trailer hit the Webosphere, and it opens with Stark's voiceover, talking about how his world has been broken down from the never-ending trials and tribulations of being a superhero.
While the analysts and experts are fussing about which esteemed actors will walk away with winged gold statues at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater, first-time host Jimmy Kimmel is anxiously awaiting the world's reaction to the antics he has planned.
A vague image of the upcoming Iron Man 3, directed by Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) and starring Robert Downey Jr., Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Bettany, Ben Kingsley, Jon Favreau and Don Cheadle, is starting to take shape, as footage shown at Comic-Con revealed.
Comedian Chris Rock, 47, has sparked controversy once again, this time with a July 4 tweet that was deemed unpatriotic by its critics. “Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free but I’m sure they enjoyed fireworks,” Rock tweeted on the national holiday.
After the enormous success of Joss Whedon's The Avengers, stories about superhero movie sequels are popping up left and right. The latest Avengers-related flick to start production is Iron Man 3, starring Robert Downey Jr.
Iron Man is back and more ironic than ever. By now, you've probably heard the buzz that Iron Man 2 is not as good as the first installment, and to be sure, it isn't, but it's still a blast of good fun.