Iron Man Armored Abundance in the New ‘Iron Man 3’ Trailer written by Sean Gerber March 5, 2013 Debuting exclusively on Yahoo! Movies, here is the new trailer for “Iron Man 3.” There is no shortage of high stakes action and drama based on this and the previous trailer. The only thing missing is the franchise’s trademark sense of humor, but with Robert Downey, Jr. playing Tony Stark, does anyone really think that element is going to wind up missing from the film? Armored Abundance in the New ‘Iron Man 3’ Trailer was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Iron Man 3 8 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post New ‘Iron Man 3’ Poster next post Armie Hammer, Male Star of Tomorrow You may also like Ben Kingsley Close to ‘Iron Man 3’... April 10, 2012 Photos- Iron Man Tech Becomes Disney’s Latest... August 24, 2013 Own ‘Iron Man 3’ on Blu-ray September... June 28, 2013 Robert Downey, Jr. is Still Iron Man June 20, 2013 Guy Pearce Joins ‘Iron Man 3’ Cast April 20, 2012 Iron Man Finds Partner In 7-Year-Old Alex March 12, 2015 ‘Iron Man 3’ Review April 30, 2013 2016 in Review: The Year the Good... January 2, 2017 ‘Iron Man 3’ Trailer Arrives October 23, 2012 Downey has High Expectations for IRON MAN... January 11, 2012 pud333 After the blandness of IM1 and the outright horrible IM2 (except the Monaco scene) this IM looks pretty decent. I might actually watch this in theaters. AT3374 I feel like Fred Sanford with the slate of CBM coming out this year … “Elizabeth , this is the big one “…. 🙂 Naes I’m more interested in Iron Man 3 than in the Avengers or the Avengers 2 or Guardians. I’m curious to know if the series can recover from Iron Man 2 or if it is just going to be a case of diminishing returns like RDJr.’s Sherlock Holmes. Also, the Mandarin sure sounds weird: “Yoooou’llll neeeever seeeee meeeee coooooming.” Is that an accent? Matthew Jarrett I was thinking the same thing, returning from Iron Man 2. I don’t hate IM2 I think they had to much going on. Micky Rourke seemed wasted to me. I like the movie up to the last 30 min or I guess the 3rd act, after that not so much. It’s not the worst movie though. Kingsley looks good, sounds good, gives me the chills. Reminds me of Geronimo, seems very warrior like. Matthew Jarrett I meant Kingsley’s accent ^ T.T. uhhhh? Kinda reminds me of the “Dark Knight Rises” a little bit, not just the tone of it and the music, but didn’t they have a scene of people falling from an airplane too? The thing that really bothers me though is it just that it doesn’t seem real unique anymore. The fact that Tony Stark didn’t take himself too seriously, and had this brash, smart ass, attitude, was what made him interesting, and it’s what set “Ironman” apart from all the other super heroes movies Historically, the thing that kills off a film genre, is when all the films in the genre, start to become “the same film”. That’s what killed off the Westerns in the 60’s, they all became nothing but an excuse to have “guys on horseback shooting revolvers at each other” and Sci-Fi in the 80’s died out because people got tired of seeing movies that were “sorta like Star Wars” “Funny” worked great for Ironman, but “funny” doesn’t work at all for Batman, everybody knows the funny Batman movies sucked. They had this great tone, and niche craved out for Ironman, that nobody else could pull off, and I kinda thought that’s what made Ironman a hit If all the superhero movies start to become the same type of movie, I’ve got this bad feeling that the general public is going to get tired of watching them Stock That picks it up a little from the first trailers. It still has the manufactured drama of why can’t I sleep?, which begs the question, Why should I care why you can’t sleep, you rich…..? My wife says she can’t sleep cause I snore too loud. Does Pepper snore? Still worth it, I’d say. But it looks like you’ve just seen the beginning, middle, and end of this movie in 2 min 30 sec. Question is, do you want to see the other 118? Jared Lidgerwood It does look a little on the serious side, but still looks like it will be fun. Ben Kingsley looks like he’s pretty hardcore, and his Mandarin seems like a legitimate villain. I’m interested to find out just who is in all those armoured suits. Does the concept of 50 Iron Men take away from the uniqueness of Tony Stark? Was Steve Rogers right? Is there more to Iron Man than the suit of armour, or does it really need to be Tony underneath it all for him to be a true hero?