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FIRST LOOK: 'Iron Man 3' concept art catches Tony Stark in awkward moment

Marvel has done everything in its power to keep details of Iron Man 3 under wraps. Now they’re just teasing you.

The studio will be giving out posters of this concept art at San Diego’s Comic-Con next week, and EW has the exclusive reveal. The thing we don’t have is a clear explanation from director and co-writer Shane Black or Marvel movie chief Kevin Feige about what exactly it is we’re seeing.

Here’s one theory … READ FULL STORY

DVD viewing for the multitasking movie junkie: 'Sherlock Holmes 2' app syncs to Blu-ray disc

It’s becoming the norm to use two devices at once while consuming entertainment. We watch TV with our phones in hand, ready to tweet our minute-to-minute reactions. Along with the newest Netflix delivery, we keep our laptop handy, set to check IMDb to instantly relieve any nagging feelings of “I know I’ve seen that actress in something before.”

The entertainment industry has taken note: The most buzz-worthy tech to come out of this year’s E3 convention was the Wii U, a videogame console that includes a touchscreen embedded on the controller. There’s even talk of allowing cell phone use in movie theaters. And now, Warner Bros. is inviting viewers at home to use their tablets while watching the DVD for the latest Sherlock Holmes movie, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law.

WB’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadowsmovie app syncs with the Blu-ray disc for the film. The Blu-ray/DVD pack hits stores tomorrow, but if you’re eager to watch one of its features before then, you can check out this EW exclusive video, a featurette on Holmes-o-vision with interviews from producers Lionel Wigram and Susan Downey and director Guy Richie.


New 'Iron Man 3' behind-the-scenes photo: A look back at history, or a looming threat?

The first official image released from Iron Man 3 reveals that Tony Stark is just like any other guy who has a lot of unused tech lying around.

But instead of having an old Xbox, a PlayStation 1 and 2, and a bookbag full of old cell phones stashed in his closet, he keeps his old hardware on display, as the full photo shows us in detail. We don’t get a good look at Robert Downey Jr.’s character, who is obscured by a crew member’s clapboard, but we get a solid look at the ego of Iron Man’s alter ego.

Of course, Tony Stark would transform his lair into a mini-museum to himself. But is there a hidden danger hinted at in this photo?


'Avengers': Watch EW's exclusive interview with the trash-talking superhero cast, and puny human Joss Whedon -- VIDEO


After the credits roll on a movie, it’s always good to sit around with friends and talk about your favorite moments.

When Entertainment Weekly got a conversation going about The Avengers, the friends just happened to be Iron Man, Nick Fury, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and the Hulk, or at least the stars who played them — who swear a lot more.

Miniature versions of the heroes as Hasbro playthings were scattered around the table, but they stayed mostly quiet, unless their buttons were pushed. (The stars were more focused on pushing each other’s buttons.) READ FULL STORY

Assembled! The (spoilerish) backstory behind the after-credits scene in 'The Avengers' -- EXCLUSIVE


Now that The Avengers is in theaters and moviegoers are discovering the secret new scene the cast shot just three weeks ago, it’s time for EW to tell you what we know.

While EW confirmed that, yes, a new scene was being created, we didn’t share everything we knew because, well, … who wants to hear the punchline to a joke before the setup? Now that the movie has opened, and people are discovering the scene for themselves, we can exclusively reveal its backstory.

Read on, but only if you’ve already sat through The Avengers until the end of the credits (or if you’re a joyless, spoiler-craving churl.) READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Taylor Swift nearing noteworthy role as Joni Mitchell, plus Mark Wahlberg, Guy Pearce, Jaden Smith

Mark Wahlberg will come a-knockin’ for Avon Man. Hugh Jackman was supposed to headline the long-in-development project, but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts with his X-Men spin-off The Wolverine. Wahlberg is now looking to produce and star. [Deadline]

• Lockout lead Guy Pearce is in final talks to join Robert Downey Jr.Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, and Don Cheadle in Iron Man 3. Pearce will play geneticist Aldrich Kilian, who develops nanotechnology that can spread viruses and sells it to terrorists. [Variety]


'The Avengers': Teaming up to shoot some last-minute footage?


The details are unclear, but it sounds like the gang from The Avengers is teaming up for one last job.

The movie comes out May 4, but at a press conference yesterday Robert Downey Jr. made reference to the actors getting together that evening. “We’re actually not done shooting,” Downey told the crowd. “We’re shooting one more scene tonight.” Amid the shock, he added: “I’m not kidding.” READ FULL STORY

'Avengers' premiere: Can you have too many superheroes?

At last night’s world premiere of The Avengers in Hollywood, the red carpet was packed with huge movie stars. But of course, that was the point, since The Avengers brings together several heroes from the Marvel universe to form a superteam to defend Earth. Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and the Hulk already have their own franchises, and Black Widow and Hawkeye are poised to break out, but did the cast ever doubt that all these characters could fit in one movie. Yes, actually. “If I’m being honest, I thought there were going to be too many in Avengers until we read the final script,” said Scarlett Johansson. READ FULL STORY

New 'Avengers' clip: Tony Stark confronts Loki, takes superhero head count

As we get closer and closer to tonight’s live-stream of The Avengers’ red carpet premiere — and baby steps closer to the theatrical release — every teaser clip is just another reminder that our awesomeness tolerance is thisclose to being Hulk-smashed.

MTV has a new sneak peek at the Marvel mash-up, due out May 4, in which Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man, a.k.a. Robert Downey, Jr.) casually confronts supervillian Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in an oddly quiet Manhattan high-rise. In the clip, Stark coolly takes roll call of his fellow Avengers (the coolest co-workers ever, natch) and lets Loki know that he’s pissed off every single one. Watch below, and see if you can guess which Avenger is the one with “breathtaking anger management issues”: READ FULL STORY

Japanese 'Avengers' trailer shows Pepper Potts, S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier, and aliens

What are the creepy, space-jet-ski jockeys that invade Earth in The Avengers?

We get yet another blurry glimpse of these aliens (isn’t that always the way) in the new Japanese trailer for the movie, along with a shot of a fretting Gwyneth Paltrow as Tony Stark’s majordomo, and a good long look at the helicarrier for S.H.I.E.L.D.

Have a look-see for yourself.


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