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Submitted by alycakes 665d ago | trailer

Watch The New 'Iron Man 3' TV Spot Here

EW Inside Movies:
“My fellow Americans … my soldiers will destroy your country.”

The new 30-second TV spot for Iron Man 3, debuting tomorrow, doesn’t offer any huge new revelations about the threequel, which hits theaters May 3. But, with that ominous warning, it does pull back the curtain a little more on Tony Stark’s latest nemesis, the terrorist mastermind known as the Mandarin (played by Ben Kingsley). (Cinema, Iron Man 3)

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Hergula  +   665d ago
Man, they are really letting out a trailer after a trailer for this film, like what is this, the 15th trailer? Either way it looks fantastic.
RetrospectRealm  +   665d ago
It's not like this isn't normal. I expect at least 5-6 more TV spots.
Hergula  +   665d ago
True, yet I feel that a film loses much of its surprise elements and overall quality if too many trailers are shown. They give away too much.
RetrospectRealm  +   665d ago
Like before TDKR came out, it was simple. "Don't watch anything but the first two trailers". Even if you did watch all the TV Spots, trailers, footage, etc. You really weren't spoiled by anything.
Hergula  +   665d ago
That is true, that is also the reason I was not expecting much before going to see it, so all the twists and turns in the plot came as a surprise, it is more enjoyable watching a film without knowing much about it.
RetrospectRealm  +   665d ago
I agree. For instance, this wasn't in any TV spots or trailers or anything, but more or so because I was glued to all news on the film. The girl who played Young Talia in TDKR tweeted "I'm playing Young Talia Al Ghul in The Dark Knight Rises!" months before the film was released. I knew what she looked like, so when I saw her in the film, I knew right away that Marion Cotillard was Talia Al Ghul. That was so painful for me because I really wish it would've been a huge surprise for me.

Back when TDK came out, I wasn't into comics AT ALL. I loved Batman, especially the 90s cartoon, but I guess I never saw the Harvey Dent episodes. Therefore, the Dent reveal as Two-Face was so mindblowing to me.
aDDicteD  +   655d ago
yeah i remembered painful spoilers in TDKR especially the bane and talia twist and when the movie came out more spoilers were unloaded, i hope ironman doesnt suffer for being so much overhyped by trailers and rumors it takes away surprising thrills.
StarWarsFan  +   664d ago
The videos teasing don't stop for this movie.
aDDicteD  +   655d ago
im looking forward to see mandarin in this film, i know he is iron mans primary villain and its an expecting move that at this time they should pit him with mandarin.

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