The newest report coming from the 'Iron Man' sequel hinted that the movie's production is set to begin in March 2009.
Back in May after "Iron Man" secured its position as one of the summer blockbuster movies with the massive debut of $102.1 million over its first week of screening, Marvel Entertainment announced that the action film will get its sequel in 2010. Since then, many reports speculated around the sequel, including about the signing back of director Jon Favreau. Amidst the rumors, it is now suggested that "Iron Man 2" is eyeing an early 2009 production.
Reportedly, the follow-up to the superhero tidbit will be kicking off its filming in March 2009 for 2010 release. This report has firstly been brought to the surface by Military.com. In their article focusing on the interview with Colonel James 'Rhodey' Rhodes' depicter Terrence Howard, the site noted that the actor allegedly revealed about the schedule date for the shooting.
"Iron Man 2" is set to be released on April 30, 2009. Most of the main actors, including Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Howard, are expected to reprise their roles in the sequel. Meanwhile, the main character of the Marvel adaptation movie, Tony Stark who becomes known as Iron Man when he suits up in his armored steel suit, will be seen making a cameo appearance in the highly anticipated action movie "The Incredible Hulk" which hits the big screen on Friday, June 13.