Posted October 10, 2018 10:19:18Iron Man is a superhero whose adventures have inspired countless comic books, movies, and TV shows, and the world has grown accustomed to its presence.
It’s a big part of why, despite all of the fuss, the world hasn’t forgotten about him.
But the most recent Iron Man movie and series reboot has been a bit of a disappointment.
The latest installment of the reboot’s Iron Man reboot has the biggest visual overhaul in the franchise to date, with more than 40 different art styles and styles of characters.
But there’s another major difference between the two films: in the movies, Iron Man’s character has been completely replaced by a robot.
In the reboot, it’s the original Tony Stark who has to face his own issues.
“The new Iron Man is someone who has an issue with being human,” said series director Jon Favreau, who said he was inspired by the comic books.
“There’s a moment when he goes, ‘I know what it feels like to be a human being.
I can’t be one of these robots.'”
The reboot also features an extended shot of Tony’s face.
In addition to new characters, the films also feature a host of visual changes and tweaks that haven’t been made to the films’ existing storylines.
“It’s a massive overhaul, but I think that the reason for it is that the characters, particularly the ones that we see in the films, have been completely changed,” Favreau said.
“I think people like the idea of having a human character.
But you know, I think a lot of people feel like they don’t want to see that, and I think the reason they don-and that’s a shame because I think people have come to embrace those characters in the comics and in the show and they feel like, ‘Well, that’s kind of what they were supposed to be.
They’re supposed to exist.
They don’t exist anymore,'” Favreau continued.
“They just don’t.
There’s no other way.
[The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which opens in theaters October 6, 2018]”
So I think it’s kind [of] the perfect movie to have that reboot.”
[The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which opens in theaters October 6, 2018]