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Old December 16 2010, 12:46 AM   #106
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Re: Jon Favreau exits IRON MAN 3

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Old December 16 2010, 05:37 AM   #107
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Re: Jon Favreau exits IRON MAN 3

I'd be curious to see if Ben Stiller could handle a production as large as "Iron Man 3" would be. "Tropic Thunder" maybe defeats my point since he proved he could clearly do action. All of those are interesting choices on that short list though for different reasons.
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Old December 16 2010, 06:44 AM   #108
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Mark Ruffalo for director? He's got one movie under his belt already.
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Old December 16 2010, 06:49 AM   #109
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I kinda saw this coming.

Jon Favreau will not be returning to the Marvel Universe for a third Iron Man film, Vulture reports.

The article suggests that the choice was made at the director's discretion and that he informed Marvel Studios of his decision this morning. Though Favreau's reasoning is purely speculatory at this stage, it is likely that the director simply wishes to pursue other creative ventures. With the upcoming Cowboys & Aliens hitting next summer and The Magic Kingdom in the early planning stages, Favreau should remain suitably busy for the time being.

SuperHeroHype is seeking official confirmation of the news and will bring you updates as soon as they become available.

They failed to make him happy....
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