Scene I'd like to see in Iron Man.

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  1. Nightwing 52 Things change

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    I was thinking of a page from an old Iron Man comic that I read before, and if it's possible I'd like to see it in Favreau's adaption. Basically, it involves Tony Stark in a private jet of his holding a brief case. After, he jumps out of the jet without a parachute and dives into the sky with nothing but a fancy suit along with the case which he opens in mid air. Inside the case is revealed to be holding the Iron Man armor, which Stark starts to suit up in piece by piece until he reaches the helmet. When he's completly done, he flys down to the ground to reach his destination.

    Seeing this with whoever Favreau ends up casting for the role on the theater screen, would absolutely be great to see if done right. If of course he chooses to do something along the lines of it...
     
  2. The Flash! Registered

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    :eek:

    Ding, ding, ding! We have a winner, folks. That would so kick ass on the big screen, especially kinda making it like he's the American James Bond. I hope he does do this. :( Infact, I'll ask him myself on his myspace.
     
  3. Ironman24 Golden Avenger

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    sounds awesome!
     
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    The only problem I have with the Iron Man armor in a briefcase is that in reality an suit of armor wouldn't come close to fitting in a briefcase. The scene sounds cool as hell, but maybe he could click a button on his watch and the armor comes to get him. I don't know. I never really read Iron Man. Just the occasional issue here and there, so I don't know how he kept his armor in a briefcase.
     
  5. Nightwing 52 Things change

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    My memory of it is a bit vague, due to when I read the issue was a very long time ago. But yes, the suit in the briefcase would be a little far fetched consdering it would hold pieces of the head, chest region, arms, and legs. I like your idea of him having some sord of device that brings the all together on him, though. I'm searching for the picture, I'll post it when I find it.
     
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    nanobot armor like in that crappy spidey cartoon (i forgot what it was called)
     
  7. The Flash! Registered

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    Bats, breifcase or not, that scene would KICKASS. :) :up:
     
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    I agree! Please, no 'metal armor that bends like cloth'!
     
  9. Nightwing 52 Things change

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    I'm really hoping iron man's suit will break some new ground....

    THe only other armor wearing hero we've seen on screen is steel...and his suit was garbage
     
  11. Nightwing 52 Things change

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    Favreau mentioned he'll be using alot of CGI not only for the film, but for the suit as well. So for sure we can expect it to look something along the lines of the comics, and how he envisions it.
     
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    I'd rather the suit be done without any CGI. I'm sure they could pull it off only using CGI as a touch up. Any more than that and it looks like a video game half the time.

    I know the flying and repulsors and other elements of the movie need CGI and its essential, but the suit shouldn't need it.
     
  13. Nightwing 52 Things change

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    He's using a combination of both, it'll be realistic to a certain extent with the CG playing it's part.

    Here's what he said.

     
  14. marcvader Lurker #1

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    It doesn't necessarily have to be a briefcase, but it could be some kind of container or case.
     
  15. 3dman27 super-hero wannabe

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    tony was always shown to carry his armoe in an attache' case
     
  16. marcvader Lurker #1

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    That's true but if you want to make this scene reasonably realistic you couldn't have his armor coming out of an attache breifcase.
     
  17. 3dman27 super-hero wannabe

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    maybe the waifer thin collapseable armor under his suit?
     
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    what about if the briefcase contains the mask and the rest of the suit gets ejected from various parts of the plane, as if he has a suit built into the core of the aircraft as a disguise.
     
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    Even without the chest piece, that suitcase is going to have to be huge.
     
  20. 3dman27 super-hero wannabe

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    heres something i'd like to see
    im facing a trio of armored foes and saying to himself"man i'l gonna NEED this armor
     

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