Discussion in 'Iron Man 3' started by Thread Manager, Mar 6, 2013.
1pm GMT, 8PM ET
I've been pretty busy, but I just caught the latest trailer for IM3, and it was pretty good. Much better than the previous stuff I've seen.
So there's an armor in the movie called Heartbreaker. It's the one that is dead center when all the armors fly to help Tony at the end of the trailer. Any reason why it's named that?
Maybe it's so awesome, it breaks hearts D:
I mean what can Ben Kingsley do anyway? He's an old dude. Can't really challenge Iron Man .
Kids' Choice Awards TV Spot
That is a badass spot. We get our first look at the kid Tony meets out in Tennessee, too.
Disney hi-res link
Ah yes, rock music and RDJ being a smartass. I love the serious tone of the trailers but this is like meeting an old friend again. lol. The kids will eat this up.
Ummm they don't show the kid from Tennesee in this tv spot
"You know, it's moments like these when I realize what a superhero I am."
lol, love how he's so upfront about being a superhero.
This is awesome too.
I thought he was going to be like 10 years old lol.
Sure they do.
Kids don't have goatees yo.
Maybe he's a kid at heart.
It's metaphorical for the child who's inside all of us. This movie's going to be deep.
I knew this kids TV spot full of the typical "woos" and "awesome's" would have a deeper philosophical meaning! Genius!
No tapping into the zeitgeist = no sale.
teenager = kid yo
Unless you can tell me who this character is I'll assume it's the kid from Tennessee. He even dresses like a redneck.
There are numerous screens in the background. Maybe he works for a television station. Tony needs to broadcast a message to the Mandarin, perhaps? Eh.
I don't think that's the kid.
I guess that's right, the kid listed as Harley is a tyke so my bad.
Yeah because Kids these days have goatees
Bit late to the party there slick!
No need for all of that, TeeKay.
The suit Stark jumps into at the end of the trailer, is that the MK42 or...
the suit that's made up of different suits, does that spoiler still stand? Or has it been debunked?