Get the inside look into the making of summer blockbuster movie 'Iron Man' from its costume design to painting Robert Downey Jr.
Paramount Home Entertainment have presented three brand new clips from the "Iron Man" upcoming DVD. The clips reveal how the filmmakers of the hit superhero flick worked on bringing the man in iron suit armor into life from the evolving design of the hero's costume and how to make him fly to the molding of the suit's prototype using Robert Downey Jr.'s chest as the guideline.
The DVD and Blu-ray versions of "Iron Man" will be hitting the shelves on September 30, 2008. They will be outed in the type of a single-disc edition, two-disc special edition and Blu-Ray edition. From them, fans can get the feature film as well as deleted/extended scenes. Furthermore, disc two will contain more features from "I Am Iron Man" to "Friends and Foes" and from "Wired: The Visual Effects of Iron Man" to "Image Galleries".
Additionally, at a special screening of "Iron Man" at the Santa Monica Aero theater, director Jon Favreau and surprise guest Downey Jr. have come out with an interesting tidbit for "The Avengers" and "Iron Man 2". Film Crush reported that the movie has various scenes which hint at both upcoming films, stating that the S.H.I.E.L.D. logos pointed at "Avengers", while reference to the sequel came from the terrorist cell which is one branch of Mandarin's group.
Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, the Jon Favreau-directed action fantasy centers its story on Tony Stark, a billionaire industrialist and master engineer who builds an iron-suit body armor and becomes the technologically advanced superhero known as Iron Man. Released on May 2, it has since collected as much as $571.5 million worldwide.
- The Making of "Iron Man" - Costume Design:
- The Making of "Iron Man" - How to Fly:
- The Making of "Iron Man" - Robert Downey Jr. Gets Painted: