Wednesday, April 28, 2010

IM2: Secret Ending Revealed!


I know.... there are just few days until Iron Man 2 will come out on the big screen... but if you are too excited to wait until that day here's the scene after the credits. Someone told there was no scene after credits.
Well, follow the link to find out the truth!
I won't post the video here cuz if you don't want to spoilt... COME ON!
Check it out this VIDEO

Thanks to SpoilerTV.com

Various photos at Iron Man 2 premiere





Saturday, April 24, 2010

LA: Iron Man 2 Press Conference


We know how much RDJ loves to joke, and even if he had on either side Gwyneth Paltrow and Jon Favreau at the Iron Man 2 press conference, he gave us some new memoral and funny quotes:

On whether he ever dressed as a superhero growing up: “Growing up, no, but in my mid-30’s in Palm Springs right before my arrest, yes.”

On Mickey Rourke accepting a question that had nothing to do with his character’s pet:
“Mickey, I’m sorry. Hold the hell up. Can we talk about the parrot? I don’t know why the parrot is not on the poster.”

On what he thinks a hero is:
“I think a hero is someone who, if abroad or traveling, they go to the GOOP website to see what shops to go to, what restaurants to eat at, what clothes to buy, and they do that not fearlessly but in spite of their fear.”
On doing sequels:
“Scarlett Johansson was in Home Alone 3. Don Cheadle was in [Ocean’s] 11, 12, AND 13!”

On a take where he got to kiss Gwyneth Paltrow:
“Despite what she said on set, she still thinks about it.”

On his wife Susan joining the Iron Man franchise as a producer:
“On a certain level, they might have thought she would tame me, but I was completely out of my mind.”

On a journalist who kept asking questions about why Sam Rockwell was missing from both the poster and the press conference:
“That’s enough. This is embarrassing. You’re embarrassing yourself.”

On Jon Favreau’s rapidly expanding screen time…and waistline:
“By the time we were doing reshoots, they were framing him out of shots.”

On the Iron Man 2 banner falling off the latticework behind them at the end of the press conference:
“Ladies and gentlemen, Sam Rockwell!”


Thanks to movieline.com

Iron Man 2 - Tv Spot#10 "Incoming"

Gwyneth & Robert talk Iron Man Outfits - Friday Night with Jonathan Ross...

Iron Man 2 photocall in Los Angeles




Robert swears he couldn't get off Gwyneth!


Robert Downey Jr. lights up the screen as Iron Man 2, but clearly no one was as smitten as Gwyneth Paltrow during their much-anticipated kissing scene. Really! Just ask him.

"I couldn't get her off me," Downey Jr. said at Friday's press conference for the film. "It was embarrassing."

Paltrow laughed off the comment and pointed out that both her husband, musician Chris Martin and Downey's wife Susan "were right there" on set.
Downey Jr. said Paltrow did make him self-conscious during the smooch scene. "She said to me I didn't know what I was doing. Like it didn't feel good."

"What would have been creepy was if I was coming off all sexy to you -- I've done that before in movies and it creeps them out."

Downey Jr. laughed that he still knows what she thinks about the kiss secretly.

"Despite what she said on set, she still thinks about it," he said.

Four new Irom Man 2 clips!

Suitcase Armor


Anthony, is that you?



Very Impressive Individual



Thieves & Butchers

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Friday, April 16, 2010

Robert expectation to Iron Man 2

Robert Downey Jr. fans only have to wait a few more days before Iron Man 2 hits theatres. The actor is so excited about all the possibilities available for his character moving forward.

“If you look at the Marvel Comics, there are so many interesting characters and relationships,” Downey points out. “For instance, we only scratched the surface of Tony’s relationship with Pepper [Potts, played by Gwyneth Paltrow] in the first film. And Samuel L. Jackson’s character will become more central.”

The sequel picks up 6 months after the last movie left off where "Tony Stark is being pressured by the military to reveal the secrets of the Iron Man". Robert thinks that sets his movie apart from other comic based films.

"We set ourselves up for this one by having Tony say he was Iron Man last time,” Downey says. “So you have a story at the end of which you give away the trump card that usually every other franchise doesn’t. And I think we got a lot of brownie points for that because it was somewhat unexpected.”

All new trailer of Iron Man 2!

It remains only few week before the movie come out... waiting is killing me! Doesn't it kill you too?
Well I had a great news! Here's a new promo with new footages full of action and a bit emotional (for Tony/Pepper shipper first of all I guess!)

So enjoy it!

Iron Man 2 drives Audi Spot!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

How Robert Downey, Jr. Describes Himself!


Actor Robert Downey, Jr. is at the top of his game right now and he's likely to soon be at the top of the box office once Iron Man 2 opens on May 7th. But, even though he's got "juice" right now, he tries to keep it all in perspective.

"This is still art for commerce, at best. I consider myself to be a pain-in-the-ass artist who’s self-aware enough to still be tolerable. While I have a little bit of juice, I try not to rub it in anyone’s face, because it’s just disgusting. And I use the term 'artist' loosely."

Not too long ago, RDJ said that he probably only had a few more movies in him, but now he sounds resigned to keep going and just settle for being worn out by his busy schedule.

"You don’t worry about something that has already happened. You don’t need to worry about your car breaking down when you’re already on the side of the street with the hood up. Worrying is done. The hubcaps have already come off going around the corners."

One of the ways he has found to cope with the mental and physical stress of his profession is through the martial arts form called Wing Chun...even if he doesn't always look graceful when practicing it.

"Seriously, don’t worry about looking like an idiot. It’s like life: The less self-conscious you are, the better it works. And remember, lots of ice and Advil afterward. Trust me on that one.

"This is all about focus. Wing Chun teaches you what to concentrate on, whether you’re here or out in the world dealing with problems. It’s second nature for me now. I don’t even get to the point where there’s a problem."


But, what Iron Man 2 fans really want to know is if RDJ has any interesting information about the movie to share. Here's what he had to say about Tony Stark's relationship with his father:

"We’re having Tony go back and really deal with the ramifications of his lack of connection to his dad, his almost professional-stock, prop-smile answers, and how he’d been using Dad’s memory as a weapon against others. He’s really feeling hugely conflicted by assumptions about his dad’s feelings about him and whether or not there’s any real connection between them at the most basic level, which is: You’re not here anymore for this. Is there something you have for me, is there something you left for me, is there some sort of bread-crumb trail I can find that will help fill me at this point in my life?"

Source: http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/BrentSprecher/news/?a=17011

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Iron Man 2: Tony and Pepper's Attraction on a featurette!

Beside the sneak peek video which explains the close relationship between the boss and his employee, there are also new pictures from the film, capturing Pepper Potts and Black Widow.


New Iron Man 2 Featurette:



The countdown to 'Iron Man 2' is on! Mickey Rourke's Whiplash may be the heavy of the new movie, in theaters May 7, but some might say it's the Pepper Potts-Tony Stark subplot that sizzles!

"Tony is kind of not fully acknowledging that although Pepper is his professional employee, that there's something there that he will never find with anyone else," Robert Downey Jr. explains of his and Gwyneth Paltrow's characters. "It's great because she and I get to be at our best when we're shooting a scene together."

"You know, everybody in the audience is like, 'Why don't they just drop it all, because they clearly both adore each other,'" says director Jon Favreau.

"Pepper and Tony are very much in their same vibe -- that great bantery, good chemistry kind of thing," says Gwyneth, adding, "This time for the sequel it was like putting on an old pair of shoes. It was great."

Favreau agrees. "Gwyneth and Robert have tremendous chemistry, and they really play well off each other," he says. "There's a tremendous affection there."

Watch ET for more with the stars of 'Iron Man 2'!


New Posters!!



Iron Man 2: Interactive trailer!

From ironmanmovie.co.uk is coming a cool news.... an interactive trailer!
Check it out and enjoy it! It hides many "secrets" to find out just with the click of your mouse.

Robert and Indio another day in Rome

PART 1


Another day in Rome for these cool guys!























The rest HERE


PLUS
Robert also goes shopping in Rome...
Here's there are many other photos: LINK

Monday, April 12, 2010

Robert on Men’s Journal!






<--- the cover of the next month "Men's Journal"

















Here's a
Stephen Rodrick's profile of Robert Downey Jr on the the May issue of Man's Journal...

On advice for practicing Wing Chun, a martial arts discipline:

“Seriously, don’t worry about looking like an idiot. It’s like life: The less self-conscious you are, the better it works. And remember, lots of ice and Advil afterward. Trust me on that one.”

On how Wing Chun helps him cope:

“This is all about focus. Wing Chun teaches you what to concentrate on, whether you’re here or out in the world dealing with problems. It’s second nature for me now. I don’t even get to the point where there’s a problem.”

On being reluctant to punch a stuntman full in the mouth while filming Sherlock Holmes:

“I was like, ‘I can’t or he’s not going to be able to play with his kids this weekend.’ And Guy (Ritchie) was basically saying, ‘He doesn’t have any kids.’ ”

On if he is worried about burnout from filming and promoting films:

“You don’t worry about something that has already happened,” he says with resignation. “You don’t need to worry about your car breaking down when you’re already on the side of the street with the hood up. Worrying is done. The hubcaps have already come off going around the corners.”

On being an actor:

“This is still art for commerce, at best. I consider myself to be a pain-in-the-ass artist who’s self-aware enough to still be tolerable. While I have a little bit of juice, I try not to rub it in anyone’s face, because it’s just disgusting. And I use the term ‘artist’ loosely.”

On his Iron Man character Tony Stark’s relationship with his dead father:

“We’re having Tony go back and really deal with the ramifications of his lack of connection to his dad, his almost professional-stock, prop-smile answers, and how he’d been using Dad’s memory as a weapon against others. He’s really feeling hugely conflicted by assumptions about his dad’s feelings about him and whether or not there’s any real connection between them at the most basic level, which is: You’re not here anymore for this. Is there something you have for me, is there something you left for me, is there some sort of bread-crumb trail I can find that will help fill me at this point in my life?”

Eric Oram, Downey’s Wing Chun instructor, on working with the actor:

“When he first came to me, insurance companies wouldn’t bond him for movies; he couldn’t get roles. I told him if he didn’t show up to a lesson, I was going to chop off his toes and feed them back to him. One day he didn’t turn up, and I told him goodbye. Then he had a couple of producers call me and vouch for him, saying, ‘He was with us in a meeting; he didn’t have a phone. It’s our fault. Don’t cut his head off.’ He has committed himself to it ever since and turned his life around.”

Guy Ritchie, on working with the actor:

“The word to describe Robert is hard. I know that’s fucking ridiculous in describing an actor, but he really can scrap. He’s done time in jail, which didn’t exactly soften him up. He has a real physicality that is pretty fucking amazing.”

Dr Pepper spot goes.... Iron Man (2)!

Promotional spot of Iron Man 2 leave me without words but this video left me laughing so much (or something like that, hehe!).... So find out why with this:
...no trailer just pleasure!


Robert and Indio in Rome!


Days ago I was talking about RDJ and his son Indio spending a visit in Venice (Italy) on April 7th (HERE). Now I have more photos... but these are from Rome this time!
So I guess that father and son spend a good travel around Italy visiting major cities of this beautiful Country.


More photos here: