Iron Man 3 (also known as Iron Man Three) is a 2013 American superhero film directed by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, based on the Marvel Comics character Iron Man. It is the sixth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the sequel to Iron Man (2008) and Iron Man 2 (2010). (MCU).
Shane Black directed the picture from a script he co-wrote with Drew Pearce, and it stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stéphanie Szostak, James Badge Dale, Jon Favreau, and Ben Kingsley as Tony Stark / Iron Man. During a countrywide terrorism campaign on the United States directed by the enigmatic Mandarin, Tony Stark wrestles with the repercussions of the events of The Avengers.
Iron Man 3 debuted on April 14, 2013, at the Grand Rex in Paris, and was released in the United States on May 3, 2013, as the first film in the MCU’s Phase Two. Critics praised the action sequences and Downey’s acting, and it earned excellent reviews.
The film was a box office hit, collecting moreover $1.2 billion worldwide, making it the second-highest-grossing picture of 2013 and the seventeenth to do so. It was also the fifth-highest-grossing film of all time at the time, with the sixth-highest opening weekend of all time. The film got Academy Award and BAFTA Award nominations for Best Visual Effects.
Tony Stark/Iron Man is played by Robert Downey, Jr.
Pepper Potts is played by Gwyneth Paltrow.
James Rhodes/Iron Patriot, Don Cheadle
Aldrich Killian is played by Guy Pearce.
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Happy Hogan is played by Jon Favreau.
Trevor Slattery is played by Ben Kingsley.
Eric Savin is played by James Badge Dale.
Ellen Brandt is played by Stephanie Szostak.
J.A.R.V.I.S. is played by Paul Bettany (voice)
President William Sadler Mrs. Davis is played by Matthew Ellis Dale Dickey.
Harley Keener is played by Ty Simpkins.
Vice President Rodriguez Miguel Ferrer
Doctor Wu is played by Wang Xueqi.
Doctor Ho Yinsen is played by Shaun Toub.
Jack Taggart is played by Ashley Hamilton.
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Thomas Richards is played by Tom Virtue.
David is played by Bobby Tisdale.
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Gary is played by Adam Pally.
Sergeant Chad Davis is played by James Rackley.
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Heather is played by Sarah Farooqui.
Pat Kiernan in character
Josh Elliott in Character
Megan Henderson in character
As Himself, Thomas Roberts
Bill Maher in Character
Joan Rivers in character
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Erin is played by Bronte D’Esposito.
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Pritchet is played by Andrew Masset.
Vanessa is played by Luciana Faulhaber.
Doctor Bruce Banner is played by Mark Ruffalo (uncredited; post-credits scene)
Wu Jiaqi is played by Fan Bingbing (uncredited)
E.J. is played by Bridger Zadina (uncredited; deleted scene)
Bambi Arbogast is played by Susie Pratt (uncredited)
The Director and Writer of Iron Man 3 Explain the Ending.
This article contains Iron Man 3 spoilers, so if you haven’t seen it yet, proceed with caution. The fact that it contains spoilers should be evident, given that the article’s title specifically states that the ending will be revealed. Tony Stark blows up all of his armor suits in the Iron Man 3 conclusion.
Why does he behave in this manner? Iron Man 3 director Shane Black and writer Drew Pearce explained the reasoning in an Empire Online podcast interview. It turns out that the initial idea had the ending go in a somewhat different direction. According to Shane Black, “Finally, if he’s going to show Pepper…in the first draught, she didn’t want to give up her abilities.
‘I can’t do it,’ she said. I’m not going back.’ ‘Well, how about I give it up then,’ he responded. Will you help me with that?’ And he had this extremely romantic sequence in which he sacrifices the suits in order to persuade her to relinquish her authority.
” Drew Pearce continued, “That’s where it began, and I believe it evolved into something different. The idea of distractions, and the fact that Iron Man has literally, physically gotten in the middle of their relationship, is the crucial phrase in the later iterations and the cinematic version.” According to Shane Black, “‘Will you give up the other woman?’ is the actual question.
I can’t seem to stop schtupping the other lady… ‘Please,’ she pleads, and he responds, ‘Ok, I’ll stop just for you,’ and she hugs him and says, ‘Thank you.'” Drew Peace revealed that the finale also served to highlight one of the film’s main points. “We made one of the main points we wanted to make with the movie, which is that he is a hero now outside of the costume, and he can feel like a hero outside of the suit,” Drew Pearce explained.