Earlier tonight, the viral ad campaign that has been going on for Iron Man 2 for the past week culminated in a ticking timer on www.starksecretconfessionrevealed.com. And what was waiting on the other side of the clock? The new trailer for Iron Man 2.
The trailer’s now up at Apple in full HD glory, but you can also check it out below the jump. The trailer teases a lot of what we can expect from the new film — namely, plenty of high tech battlin’. Mickey Rourke’s Whiplash makes a significant and splashy debut, while Don Cheadle’s War Machine also squeezes in his hero shot. All in all, a fairly epic trailer. But it’s no fun listening to me talk about it, hit the jump to see it for yourself!Read»
Apple has debuted the new one-sheet for Iron Man 2, featuring Mickey Rourke as the villain Whiplash. This comes on the heels of the poster last week that featured Iron Man and War Machine. Those of you eager to get your first look at some footage from the film can rest easy, as Film School Rejects is also reporting today that Paramount has officially confirmed that the Iron Man 2 trailer will be attached to Sherlock Holmes, which comes out Christmas Day. You can see the poster below, after the jump.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros. has been busy on the poster front as well, releasing three brand new ones for Louis Leterrier’s Clash of the Titans. The first two show off Sam Worthington as Perseus in a couple of his more well-known moments — brandishing the head of Medusa and riding the Pegasus. The third one is a somewhat lazily Photoshopped triptych showing off some key figures/moments from the film. Check out all three posters, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies, after the jump as well.Read»
Check out the poster after the jump (click to enlarge). Read»
Well, turns out France’s CanalPlus did a set visit too, and they actually go a little more in depth to the going-ons of the sequel. They sit down with star Robert Downey, Jr, and director Jon Favreau, and both have some interesting things to say. We get a clear idea of their approach in returning to Tony Stark’s world, and their hopes and anxieties about following up the critical and commercial success of the first film with a worthy sequel. Plus we see a lot of new behind-the-scenes footage, though (sadly) no actual new scenes from the movie.
Check out the video after the jump. Read»