Bringing in a great news earlier by getting an early theatrical release on May 1, "Iron Man" has brought another uplifting reports as it is said that the sequel to the Marvel comic adaptation is now scheduled to be released in 2010. The buzz of the sequel's release date has been sparked by the studios' toppers.
On the red carpet premiere of the action film on Wednesday, April 30 at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California, Brad Grey, Paramount Pictures' CEO, and Sumner Redstone, Viacom Inc. and CBS Corp.'s executive chairman, revealed the good news to Entertainment Tonight. Further, the two noted that the plan still depends on the result of the superhero flick's opening over the weekend that ends on May 4.
Expected to gather up a huge profit in its debut weekend, "Iron Man" picks up another Marvel's superhero story to the big screen. However, unlike the other heroes who get their powers through experiments or by birth, this superhero is a mere mortal who develops an advanced armored suit. Teaming up great Hollywood actors, including Robert Downey Jr., Terrence Howard and Gwyneth Paltrow with notable director Jon Favreau, the movie officially opens on May 2.