Avengers: Age of Ultron star Mark Ruffalo says that Bruce Banner is now living in New York with Tony Stark as this sequel begins.
While nothing is set in stone just yet, Robert Downey Jr. teases that he might like to come back for Marvel's Iron Man 4.
Robert Downey Jr. launches the first trailer for his courtroom drama The Judge on his Twitter page, revealing this is the kind of movie he has always wanted to make.
Robert Downey Jr. plays a lawyer who returns home to defend his father, played by Robert Duvall, in the first photo from The Judge, a new drama directed by David Dobkin.
Warner Bros. acquired a pitch from Team Downey and writer Derek Connolly that balances laughs and scares.
The actor continues to send out new tweets and photos as production continues on Joss Whedon's U.K. based sequel.
The actor is seen alongside executive producer Jeremy Latcham on the set of director Joss Whedon's Marvel Phase Two sequel.
A new survey from Marvel Studios suggests that we could see another Iron Man adventure in the very near future.
Marvel has no interest in casting Mel Gibson at this time. The Iron Man 3 star may have better luck bringing Jodie Foster into the Marvel universe.
The actor was told the sequel would be successful with or without him. Don Cheadle replaced the actor in Iron Man 2 and Iron Man 3.
The pair first starred together in this 1985 cult masterpiece, which finds a cleverly placed bit of graffiti prophesizing their reunion in 2015.
This two-picture deal ensures that Iron Man will be a part of the superhero ensemble lineup throughout Marvel Phase Two and Phase Three.
Sofia Vergara, John Leguizamo and Bobby Cannavale co-star in this comedy about a renowned chef who starts up a food truck after losing his job.
Insiders claim the 48-year-old actor does not want to return for another stand-alone sequel as superhero Tony Stark.
In addition, Gwyneth Paltrow, director Shane Black, and producer Kevin Feige speak about this superhero sequel, in theaters May 3rd.
Tony Stark claims his fight against The Mandarin is just good old fashion revenge in this final footage before the sequel's release this Friday.
Tony Stark deals with the aftermath of the climactic battle in Marvel's The Avengers with this latest scene from the upcoming sequel.
10 new images feature co-stars James Badge Dale, Jon Favreau, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, Guy Pearce and Ty Simpkins.
We look at 5 actors who might be perfect in assuming the role of billionaire Tony Stark in this popular Marvel Franchise.