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Marvel Rumored to be Developing 'Ironheart' Movie as Iron Man Successor

While Marvel fans are still reeling after the events of Avengers: Infinity War and awaiting the game-changing events of Avengers 4, a new rumor may indicate a whole lot about what kind of changes are coming in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: an Ironheart movie is reportedly in development:


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IRONHEART by Jada Rodriguez was one of the best scripts our readers read last week.

The Hashtag Show has added that the script appearing on The Black List (a list of Hollywood's most popular unmade screenplays) could be a sign that she was indeed commissioned by Marvel to write an exploratory draft. There's no comment from Marvel Studios yet, so this is just a developing rumor at the moment.

Ironheart, aka Riri Williams, is a successor to Tony Stark / Iron Man in recent Marvel Comics runs. She was created by comic book maestro Brian Michael Bendis, as a young teenage prodigy who is manages to reverse-engineer the Iron Man armor tech all by herself, while studying at MIT. While doing some moonlighting int he armor, she's eventually discovered by Pepper Potts and Tony Stark, who endorse and help support her on the road to becoming a superhero. Tony sends Riri an A.I. version of his consciousness, which serves as her mentor and allows her to build her own new armor, becoming the hero "Ironheart."

This movie would make a lot of sense for Marvel Studios, as it enters a vastly different Phase 4 landscape of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As we've previously discussed, an Avengers 4 time jump may find Tony in a very different place as an "eye-in-the-sky" kind of world defender, as well as a father to he and Pepper's child. Whether Tony dies during, or survives Avengers 4, it may be time for him to hang up his Iron Man title, instead following the comics by becoming head of SHIELD, or some other supervisor role. That would clear the lane for this rumored Ironheart film to actually be the Iron Man franchise release for MCU Phase 4, with room for Downey to cameo (read: get paid for vocal/facial performance ) as the Tony Stark A.I., and return in the flesh for key big MCU events or cameos. For his part, Downey has already publicly stated that he's behind the idea of Riri taking over.

Do you think Marvel Studios is really developing an Ironheart movie - and is now the time? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Ant-Man and the Wasp is now in theaters. Avengers: Infinity War will be released on home video in August. Other upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movies include Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019, the fourth Avengers movie on May 3, 2019, Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 5, 2019, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in 2020.



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There Appears to Be Several Inactive Facebook Pages For Future Marvel Movies

Here’s something very interesting in the week leading up to San Diego Comic Con.

ComicBook.com noticed that there are some unactivated Facebook pages that look like they’re for future Marvel movies. Specifically, ComicBook found pages for Black Widow and Marvel’s Eternals that are set to private and not active yet:

Facebook.com/BlackWidow
Facebook.com/MarvelsEternals

If you view these pages on a desktop browser they show the page you see when a Facebook page isn’t published for the public yet and is private:

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Following their discovery of those two pages, it’s been found that there are several other phantom pages for Marvel properties:

Facebook.com/DarkAvengers
Facebook.com/YoungAvengersOfficial
Facebook.com/MarvelsIronHeart

None of those are too surprising as they’ve all been heavily rumored to be happening. That Hashtag Show reported that there is a Dark Avengers script, Young Avengers has been rumored, and of course there has been a lot of talk about Iron Heart recently.

Will all of these be announced at SDCC next weekend? It’s hard to say. Black Widow and The Eternals are a certain, but the others are definitely interesting to consider…



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* Sembra che il progetto sia una serie tv per Disney +.

ATTENZIONE: in tutta onestà Downey Jr di certo NON torna per una serie tv e ha detto che ha chiuso con l'universo Marvel per ora, quindi la notizia da considerare è SOLO se è o meno una serie tv, ma Downey Jr di certo NON torna..
Segnaliamo questo perchè gran parte delle volte il sito citato riporta notizie che o sono rumors o aspettative dei fans o talvolta inventate di sana pianta. Quindi fate attenzione!

Dal sito We Got This Covered:

Robert Downey Jr. May Return To The MCU For Ironheart Disney Plus Show

Iron Man sacrificed himself to save the universe in Avengers: Endgame, but this being the MCU, fans aren’t convinced we’ve seen the last of Tony Stark in the franchise. One common idea is that he could return in the form of an AI version of himself in the future. We thought this might occur in Spider-Man: Far From Home via E.D.I.T.H., but that didn’t turn out to be the case.

Fans might not have been too far off, though, as We Got This Covered has heard from our sources – the same ones who told us Ewan McGregor was returning as Obi-Wan and that Robert Pattinson would be playing Batman – that Robert Downey Jr. may be headed back to the MCU for an Ironheart TV show. Marvel apparently wants to do a Disney Plus series starring Riri Williams’ Ironheart, the teenage genius who continues Tony’s legacy in the comics, with Downey Jr. expected to return in a voiceover capacity as her suit’s AI. Much like Paul Bettany’s J.A.R.V.I.S.

Though Marvel’s yet to confirm this, there’s been a lot of talk of Ironheart joining the MCU of late. Perhaps tellingly, Downey Jr. himself recently made clear he wants to see the character in the franchise. Likewise, the idea of Riri having Tony as her AI is pulled straight from the source material. Ironheart first debuted on the page when Stark was in a coma and the world needed a new Iron person. This could be easily translatable to the MCU as well, which we know is in mourning for Stark thanks to Far From Home.

Featuring Downey Jr. in a voiceover capacity would also be a neat way of bringing him back but in such a way that wouldn’t take up too much of his time, as he’s got a lot of new projects on the horizon. As such, an Ironheart show seems like a win-win scenario all around, so we’re definitely hoping Marvel follows through on their plans here and we can have a bit more Tony Stark in the MCU in the near future.


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