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Discussion in 'Iron Man' started by Pauluz, Feb 20, 2008.
And it's only 700$.
That is Amazing
It is amazing, but i am afraid of price of it...
That's just too cool for words. Although the $700 price tag may change my mind about buying one.
Beautiful.... but a helluva chunk of dough.
Dang, that is freakin cool
That is gorgeous! Wish I had the 700 bucks for it.
Here's a video;
Wonder how much that thing weighs...
It weighs 15 kg.
It is AMAZING!!!! PERFECT! I am soooo getting one!
When I do, remind me and I'll do a review for you guys.
That's truly amazing. Nuff said. Can't afford it though. =(
Me neither, lol. Luckily I'll be supervising tests at my school in a couple of months, so that should almost pay for it.
Now that is nice
Cool, now I know what I'll be doing with that $600 rebate check the IRS is suppossed to give us this summer. Can we pre-order it now?
Probably, I think so.
Compare the size of the helmet to the size of the presenter's head. It seems to be almost the same size. Granted, a lot of the scenes in the movie feature a CGI version of IM, so the size can be tweaked, but as I understand, some scenes will have a real person in a real suit and if that bust is life-size, then Stark (or the person in the suit) must be a midget.
I was always expecting a scene or two with a 6 foot guy being dwarfed next to IM.
Size matters not, judge Yoda by his size do you?
RDJ is 5'10 with the suit he'll be about 6'0"-6'2".
Micheal Keaton about RDJ's size or shorter and he's argueably (by many people) the best Batman there is and very intimidating in the two movies.
I'm not strictly talking about height, which can vary depending on how thick the soles of the boots on the suit are etc., but the size of the helmet, which is pretty much equal to the presenter. My point is that if, hypothetically, the presenter in that video could remove the helmet from that bust, he would never fit it on his head since it's roughly the same size as his head. The IM suit is sophisticated tech, but it's still metal and bulky so I always figured Stark in the suit should be a lot bigger than any normal person standing next to him.
And if that bust is indeed life-size, it begs the question how *any* actor or stuntman will manage to put it on for non-CGI scenes?
I watched that video again and here's my opinion.
The presenter has spiky hair, this makes his head seem bigger, also he isn't athletic, he's average ie: chubby cheeks. I really don't think there would be a problem with an actor gettign in it, it seems big enough to me.
Sheeee-it! I could swing that, but damn that's a lot of dough. The girlfriend would probably get pissed that it didn't go toward a ring, lol.
I have to find $700 in the budget.
Who spends $700 on a toy?
A lot of people lol.