Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by captcalhoun, Oct 31, 2011.
Do I even need to point out the problem with this?
Stark: Y'know if we stand here really still - you think we could have a guest shot on Sons of Anarchy.
Rhodey: Shut up. You're the one who forgot to pack an oil can.
Is that War Machine? Looks like the Iron Patriot.
That's suppose to be the War Machine suit painted to look like Iron Patriot.
Is there any word of if this will be in 3D?
I'm not some 3D hater like a lot of people on here seem to be, but I don't really mind either way. Just wondered after Thor, Cap and Avengers were in 3D
I haven't seen anything about 3D, but I would be more surprised if it wasn't at this point than I would be if it was.
Hasbro showed a preview of some of their Iron Man 3 products at a pre-convention party (NY Comic-con starts tomorrow).
Link to pics
Not much there though, and nothing particularly revealing.
Brian Tyler, who has made a name for himself scoring action pictures like two "The Expendables" films, the last three "Fast and Furious" flicks has signed on to score "Iron Man 3." I like Tyler's work, he's got a dependable, muscular style. The Iron Man sound, mixing rock and orchestral and electronic elements, is right up his alley.
Tyler also scored Sci-Fi's "Children of Dune" and two episodes of "Star Trek: Enterprise" - 'Canamar' and 'Regeneration.'
Some IM3 footage was shown at NYCC. Details here.
Iron Patriot confirmed, but it's not Norman, it's Erik Savin (aka Coldblood) in the armor:
I'm very excited by the news that Tyler will be scoring "Iron Man 3". The man can score action flicks. His two scores for "The Expendables" were amazing, as his his work from "Children of Dune" which perhaps he first gained fame for. I loved John Debney's "Iron Man 2" score, but this has the potential to be better.
You mean there's an actual composer doing the score of those films? It's not Black Sabbath and AC/DC???
Is this kind of like merging Whiplash and Crimson Dynamo into the same character?
So much for musical continuity. Haha.
Apparently. Only in this case actually needed since Norman Osborne is locked down by Sony as a Spider-verse character.
Children of Dune's score was fantastic. This is good news for the film!
All they really did there was use Whiplash's name and one of his weapons. Everything else about Ivan Vanko was Crimson Dynamo, not really a proper "combined character" IMO.
The whips were a big part of the film character, though.
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