‘Iron Man 3′ Post-Credits Cameo Revealed? [Spoilers]

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With multiple projects currently in development and so many still on the way, Marvel fans and moviegoers are always looking ahead and asking what’s next? Iron Man 3 isn’t even in theaters but fans want to know if Robert Downey Jr. will be back as Tony Stark in The Avengers two years from now.

With Iron Man 3 representing more of a standalone character story as well as the first chapter of Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the only glimpse into the future of Phase Two it will offer will come after the credits.

Rumors from almost a year ago indicated that Ant-Man may make a first appearance as a button sequence at the end of Iron Man 3 and the Edgar Wright’s recent tweets last week about shooting a scene for one of this year’s summer movies didn’t help erase the speculation. Throw in the fact that the Ant-Man footage screened recently in finished form, after first debuting during an Iron Man 3 panel, and was again teased in The Avengers box set, and an Ant-Man cameo is becoming a more realistic possibility.

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More recently, toy designs of new space-capable armor – later made official – helped add credence to another rumor which had Stark possibly flying out of orbit to meet up with the Guardians of the Galaxy, offering another opportunity for Robert Downey Jr. to again do something different with the character down the road.

Thanks to the Iron Man 3 world press tour stop at Le Grand REX in Paris, France last night, we now have an idea of what fans will actually see if they sit tight at the conclusion of the threequel… [Spoilers ahead!]












An attendee of the Iron Man 3 Paris premiere offered this description to Latino-Review of the post-credits sequence:

“It starts with a close shot of Tony Stark on a couch talking about his various traumas, obviously he’s talking to someone, as if he was seeing a shrink, the tone of the scene is light and supposedly funny. Then we discover that the person he’s talking to is Bruce Banner/Mark Ruffalo, who fell asleep because of Tony’s boring story. Tony remarks that Banner has been sleeping during the most part of his story and yells at him, and Banner just mumbles and says “You know, I’m not that kind of doctor!” Then Tony recalls another memory and resumes his monologue, and then we see Banner starting to fall asleep again.”

Much like the shawarma scene at the very end of The Avengers – if the above is indeed an accurate description of what was shown during the Iron Man 3 credits – it’s clear Marvel Studios is aiming to continue offering little bits of fun and humor, not necessarily always relying on including teaser bits to setup another film.

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That being said, it’s very possible that, like The Avengers there are two separate scenes shown at the end of the film. One after the top-billed cast and crew are listed during an animation, and another once the full credits roll. Don’t be surprised if there’s another, more  revealing tag scene during the credits. It could be held until the film hits theaters April 26th internationally and on May 3rd in North America.

At least this scene pays tribute to the relationship between Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and Tony Stark in The Avengers, and the ending which saw them drive off together into the sunset.

Iron Man 3 is directed by Shane Black based off of his and Drew Pearce’s screenplay, and stars Robert Downey Jr., Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Guy Pearce, Stephanie Szostak, Jon Favreau, Rebecca Hall, William Sadler, James Badge Dale and the voice of Paul Bettany.

Iron Man 3 releases May 3, 2013, Thor: The Dark World on November 8, 2013, Captain America: The Winter Soldier on April 4, 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy on August 1, 2014The Avengers 2 on May 1, 2015 and Ant-Man on November 6, 2015.

Let me know on Twitter @rob_keyes who you want to see cameo!

Source: Latino-Review

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  1. Want Goliath (Hank Pym)! Wasp! Quicksilver! Scarlet Witch! Skrulls! Kang! Whirlwind! Ultron! Want—lotza things, dagnabit–gimmee candy!

    • Latino Review with more lies.

      • Nope. I just saw the movie. The scene with bruce/tony does indeed happen.

    • LR posting more false info

      • PROBABLY i dont trust that site as far as I can throw my comp. but I would love to see that lil bit of Stark and Banners relationship! EVERYONE that loves the HULK wants to see more of BB/MR and it does not look like we will see it anytime soon so I would be happy with this!

        I would not doubt if they do like they did in the avengers and have 2 different button scenes!
        It would almost be impossible to show A GOOD antman clip because NO ONE has been cast for the role, and I for one dont want to see another scene like the test footage of antman! While it was cool I did not like the mask and I have heard that complaint by many PPL want to see Hank Pym Not some goofy mask!
        Either show me Hank Pym or NO ANTMAN FOOTAGE!
        Show me Tony flying into space to meet Star lord! NOW THAT IS A BUTTON SCENE WORTH WAITING FOR

    • The Ant-Man film is using Hank Pym. From what I’ve heard their using both Ant-Man characters, Hank Pym in an Tales of Suspense inspired story and Scott Lang as a modern day version.

    • Shame the mandarin doesn’t exist at all. He is just a terrorist made up by Aldrich Killian. Kingsley plays a drunk/druggie actor who is paid to portray the mandarin but isn’t really him.

  2. But Kevin Feige told we wont see any avenger in IRONMAN 3?!

    • (besides War Machine and ofcourse, Ironman himself :))

    • its likely he was keeping the After-Credits scene a secret and wanted to surprise us, or he meant there wont be an Avenger during the main plot of the film.

      or its likely the scene was filmed at the very last minute, just like the Loki and Selvig after credits for Thor was made in the very last minute and the Shawama scene for Avengers was made after the film premiere

      • Shoarma*

        My apologies for correcting you. 😛

  3. Banner is not an Avenger. The Hulk is. And if he is. The trailer is after the movie has ended. Not during.

    • And to that much accurated person i recommend to phrase it as post-credits scene,not trailor. 😉

      • You kind of trailer wrong….

  4. No. I want the Deep Space/Guardians of the Galaxy post credits scene.

    • They’re BOTH coming to the big screen. Read up, man.

  5. I think the relationship between Tony and Bruce was the best part of the last film, and even though there’s no Hulk in the film and no Hulk movie planned, this scene is a sign that others value their interaction as more than a one-off idea. That is very promising news to me. Plus, I still don’t know anything about Antman or the space raccoon and his buddies, but they sound dumb as hell. Such outer space wackiness doesn’t sound like a good fit for the relatively grounded Tony or Captain America for that matter. The aliens were tough enough to let slide, but how cartoonish and outlandish will this shared universe get? I like the idea of Spiderman and Wolverine joining up some day, but not to fight alongside raccoon and ant critters from outer space against scifi invaders. Too much! At least Hulk is being recalled into the mix a bit.

    • People like you really irritate me. You obviously have no knowledge of the source material you are discussing and call things “outlandish” and “cartoonish”. Iron Man and Captain America face alien threats all the time in the comic books there is nothing “outlandish” about it.

      • People you like you give people that do have knowledge of the source material a bad name.

        It is CLEAR he doesn’t have knowledge of the source material. He said he doesn’t know who Ant-man or Rocket Raccoon are. Thank you for repeating the information he gave us.

        And knowledge or no, it’s his OPINION, and he is welcome to it. And you know what, step back from your rose tinted nostalgia. A talking raccoon IS RIDICULOUS. If you HONESTLY believe that normal everyday non-comic reading people shouldn’t say a talking space raccoon is outlandish or cartoonish, then my friend you have lost all perspective and are a lost cause. I am excited as hell for Guardians, but I am not an elitist shut-in, so I have some perspective about why people might be scratching their heads.

        Nothing outlandish about a man who can communicate with ants or a talking raccoon. SMH. Please go hang out at comic vine or just somewhere else in general.

        • Marvel has a vast universe, they have serious characters, funny characters, super heroes, mutants, gods, aliens, normal persons, cosmic aliens, etc.

          If you want a super grounded super hero movie watch the Punisher, also it’s kind of boring since it’s too real.

        • No he’s right. Josh is welcome to his opinion but the simply fact is that Marvel is all about the outlandish, what kind of weird thing can we show next? What kind of wacky situation can the characters get into now?

          A talking Raccoon is hardly the weirdest thing to come out of Marvel. Also even without zero knowledge of Marvel Josh comes off bad, he’s calling the films bad without having seen even a second off footage for either of them. If GotG and Ant-Man were both original movies in their own right Josh would still be jumping to the conclusion that their going to be dumb based on nothing but the premise.

          Also in the comics these guys share a universe alongside Deadpool. The whole point of Marvel is that we get differant stories within the same world and that some can be serious such as The Punisher and some allow the writers to have fun with the premise such as Spider-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy. Again you can hate a film and you can certainly have you’re own opinion about a film but give something a chance before you crap on it for sounding a little silly.

    • I love the HULK he is bar far my Favorite Character. If the HULK can be pulled off as believable then RR or antman can!
      I do not know either character and I was not on their bandwagon at first but instead of being a close minded fool like you Im just a fool and gave them a chance and NOW I CANNOT WAIT FOR BOTH OF THEM!

      I Just think you sound like an idiot!
      A big green monster is real enough for you than you can get into just about everything Marvel is trying to do! Give them a chance and OPEN your tiny mind, you may just like where it can take you!

  6. I promise you the GoTG post credit scene is still going to happen. Marvel isn’t stupid, they now that early screenings leads directly to leaked info.

    The best way to give the unknown GoTG a little nudge in the right direction is to have RDJ be a part of it. All the signs in the comics right now point directly to that, seeing how Iron Man joining the Guardians only makes sense in the movie-verse.

  7. GoTG credit scene wont happen. Though I wouldn’t be surprised if something like this with Bruce Banner does happen – as they stated Iron Man 3 might not hint at a future marvel film and might just be because fans expect credit scenes…

    I’d like to see it tease Captain America 2 though… I feel that could work – especially given the whole patriotic thing with War Machine during the film.

  8. I was never worried about the Guardians of the Galaxy film until I saw the latest Man of Steel trailer. The realism and emotion that are tied to that product could actually negatively effect the genre. Of course it won’t effect the geeks… but what about your average-non-source-material-educated movie goers? Will they still willingly pay money for something that now appears extremely silly and thus un-watchable in comparison?

    • I just read my own comment… and I’m going to answer my own question : Of course they will. The Scary Movie series is at 5 because the world is full of… well… people who paid money to see those movies.

  9. People complain about endless remakes and pointless sequels but then go to see them, which is why they continue to get made. To add insult to injury, they complain about interesting kinda original movies like GoTG being “silly and cartoonish”.

  10. Banner is definitely going to be somewhere in this movie.

  11. The Bruce Banner appearing in the after credits is true. IM3 is now showing in PH.

  12. The only post credit scene was that of tony talking to bruce. Nothing more. :-( just saw the movie here in the PH.

  13. Just a wild guess…but sitting on a couch we assume he’s talking to a psychiatrist aka a ‘shrink’.

    That word ‘shrink’.

    How does Ant-Man change size? He shrinks. It’s a play on words and characters? Just putting the idea out there! Literally just saw the film!

  14. Seriously, one of the most disappointing post-credits scenes ever.

  15. Why has no one even mentioned, what Tony Stark is actually talking about… Tony Stark – “no, now that i think about it, oh god my original wound, 1983. Alright i was 14 years old i still got a nanny. That was weird”… To be more specific – ‘First Wound’ , ‘1983’ and ’14 years old’… If you take a look at Iron Man in the wikipedia page, on the section Titled as: ‘Late 1980’s to 1990’s’. You will see what i mean (if you don’t follow sorry but Hardcore fans will slowly start to see what i mean – yellowjacket – founder of the avengers AKA antman and the list goes on) This is easily opened for debate on what the plot may be, for what ever movie it’s for. Iron Man 4, The Avengers 2, gurdians of the galaxy etc..

  16. Scratch my last comment on – YellowJacket aka antman – its more like yellowjacket and the guardians of the galaxy… the blueprints for a plot line couldnt be anymore clearer!!

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  19. I pretty much think that when Mark said. “I’m not that kind of Doctor.” may simply implies the new character. The Doctor.

  20. Okay, so from my incomplete comment…

    I pretty much think that when Bruce said about “being not that kind of Doctor.” may simply imply for the existence of Doctor Strange in the MCU. MAybe you didn’t realize that it may be the reason of the whole plot of Tony being in some personal trauma. Because the only option is to make Doctor Strange exist in PHASE 2 or particularly in PHASE 3. Just tried to analyze the lines though. Bruce might be hyperbole-ing on solving the issue.

    You got a problem? I’m not a psychiatrist. Call another Doctor.

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