Marvel Movie Updates: Odin, Iron Man 2, Spider-Man Rumor & More

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The Amazing Stan Lee

Stan Lee was interviewed recently on Access Hollywood and shared his thoughts on the Spider-Man reboot and talks a little bit about his cameo in Iron Man 2.

Source: Latino Review

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AC/DC Rocks Out for Iron Man 2

As with the first Iron Man movie, AC/DC will be playing  a part in Iron Man 2 and they’ll be releasing an Iron Man promotional soundtrack featuring a bunch of their hit singles to tie into the film’s release. Here’s the official press release sent to us earlier today:

Through a unique collaboration between Marvel Studios and Columbia Records, AC/DC’s music will be featured in Marvel Studios’ “IRON MAN 2,” the sequel to the 2008 blockbuster film.  In addition, Columbia Records will release the album AC/DC:  Iron Man 2 on Monday, April 19, 2010.  AC/DC:  Iron Man 2, features 15 classic AC/DC songs selected from ten of the band’s studio albums, ranging from 1976 to 2008.  The complete track listing can be found below.

Pre-orders begin today, January 26th at Walmart.com for the AC/DC:  Iron Man 2 CD and at Amazon.com for a deluxe version of AC/DC:  Iron Man 2 – CD+DVD and two LP vinyl packages.  The film opens internationally beginning on April 28, 2010.  In the U.S., the film will be distributed by Paramount Pictures and is scheduled for release on May 7, 2010.

The debut video from AC/DC:  Iron Man 2 is the AC/DC’s classic album cut Shoot To Thrill,” which was filmed live last month in Buenos Aires during the band’s highly acclaimed Black Ice World Tour, the second highest grossing world tour of 2009 according to concert industry trade publication Pollstar.  The video also incorporates exclusive footage from “IRON MAN 2” and debuts today worldwide. Check www.acdc.com and www.marvel.com for more information.  “Shoot To Thrill” was originally recorded for the band’s 50-million selling album Back In Black, one of the best selling albums of all time.

“Jon Favreau’s vision and passion for AC/DC’s music blend seamlessly into this incredible film” said Steve Barnett, co-chairman of Columbia Records.  “The music really underscores the high energy and excitement of the film.”

“Music is an integral part of the Tony Stark and Iron Man experience, and we are pleased that Columbia and AC/DC are taking part in the franchise’s phenomenon. Through this relationship, the band is delivering fans supercharged Iron Man branded music through all our combined consumer touch points, from the movie to retail outlets and even virally with the debut of the new video,” said Tim Connors, Chief Operating Officer, Marvel Studios.

AC/DC: Iron Man 2 Track Listing:

  1. Shoot to Thrill
  2. Rock ‘N’ Roll Damnation
  3. Guns for Hire
  4. Cold Hearted Man
  5. Back in Black
  6. Thunderstruck
  7. If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It)
  8. Evil Walks
  9. T.N.T.
  10. Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be
  11. Have a Drink on Me
  12. The Razor’s Edge
  13. Let There Be Rock
  14. War Machine
  15. Highway to Hell

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What do you think of these little Marvel updates?

Iron Man 2 opens May 7, 2010, Thor opens May 5, 2011, the Spider-Man reboot hits summer 2012, The First Avenger: Captain America hits July 22, 2011 and The Avengers is scheduled to debut May 4, 2012.

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  1. What do I think? I can't decide whether I'm at a hors d'oeuvres only party and starving or being fed something edible with a spoon squeezed out of a plastic ketchup squeeze bottle?? But if that's the only party in town well I guess “that's the way it is” as Walter use to say.

  2. AC/DC had what one song in the first? Didn't think it was that “big” as opposed to the Sabbath… which is the only song they ever need for this Superhero.. :D

  3. lol, I think they just love the idea of being associated with such a big and cool movie to sell a CD of songs that they made before the Iron Man movie ever existed.

  4. I do like the idea of Clive Owen as kraven. I would rather see him as Batman.

  5. “Everyone wants to go see it bc they want to see this crazy thing Stan is doing..”
    Lol, Stan is the man

  6. i like the idea of Owen as Kraven but i was thinking more like Gerald Butler, as far as the whole Thor meshing well with Thor i cant wait to see that on the big screen,
    Sir hopkins is crazy he's a funny guy…..IM2 webiste is kinda (or really is) boring. anyway this was all great news and hey ScreenRant Kevin Feige had a some cool news today as well check into that and Bendis had this to say on Twitter…… BRIANMBENDIS HEORIC AGE IS OFFICIAL!! boom!! RT @USATODAY First look: Marvel Comics' 'heroes will be heroes again' http://usat.me?37369896

  7. Less than 100 days until IM2, BTW!

    Another tidbit I haven't seen mentioned: Bob Layton told MTV that Bethany Cabe is NOT in Iron Man 2. The young actress (Kate Mara — 16, yikes!) listed as her in IMDB is in the movie, but not as Cabe.

  8. Please give Spiderman a rest if y'all cant do it right..I was sold to part 1 but not the 2 sequels! It became more comical and broadwayishly gay to me!They desperately need a bad-ass new director and a good writer for it…

  9. I'm really not a fan of the AC/DC stuff. I guess they really need the money or something. It's not a thing against AC/DC or anything, but I think it's just worthless publicity BS. I'm really glad they saved Sabbath's Iron Man for the credits of the first film, because I think it would have been incredibly cheesy. Not to mention I'm just a big Sabbath fan so I'm kinda protective of them.

  10. hey this is for a project at college so if you could contribute it'd be awesome,
    i just want to know:
    1) how you were introduced to comic books (not exclusively marvel)
    2)what the very first comic book you ever remember reading was

  11. Personally, i dislike the idea of a Spider-man reboot very very much. But what can i do?

  12. C'mon, the first Spidey movie was very high on the cheese factor. The Green Goblin with his power rangers mask. I loved the first movie, but the second is far and away the best film of the trio. As a matter of fact, it is the only one I still watch. The effects are more refined (in the first you can tell it was SFx when Spidey was webslinging through NYC.) I just hope that whatever they do in the reboot, they don't make MJ a whiney little beitch. I also hope they make Spidey the wisecracking superhero we all loved in the comics.

  13. Personally, i dislike the idea of a Spider-man reboot very very much. But what can i do?

  14. C'mon, the first Spidey movie was very high on the cheese factor. The Green Goblin with his power rangers mask. I loved the first movie, but the second is far and away the best film of the trio. As a matter of fact, it is the only one I still watch. The effects are more refined (in the first you can tell it was SFx when Spidey was webslinging through NYC.) I just hope that whatever they do in the reboot, they don't make MJ a whiney little beitch. I also hope they make Spidey the wisecracking superhero we all loved in the comics.

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