The third installment is a great point of argument that sequels really to foster creativity: with the initial release of a film, like Iron Man (the first one), there is the originality; with the releasing of subsequent films, the audience all ready has a bond with the characters, so the film makers are walking a tricky line: one, maintain that bond by keeping the character consistent with what audiences have seen before, but deepen the character so audiences see them in a new environment where they have to adapt and convert, but still remain the character the audiences wants. Iron Man 3 has perfected this formula and it's probably the film of the year, although there is tremendous competition, we will probably look at it as the year's best. The review is coming and we are not going to be focusing on capitalism and socialism; it's in there, but Iron Man 3 and GI Joe Retaliation reveal the villain of what is called one-world rule; mostly, however, we are going to be examining game theory.
Chris Kyle has gotten director Steven Spielberg with Cooper to play Kyle (it appears Spielberg's Roboapocalypse has been put on hold for a while). Director Christopher Nolan's next project, the sci-fi film Interstellar, has confirmed Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConnaughey as leads, with the great Jessica Chastain in talks to also star; joining the director again after their work on The Dark Knight Rises is Sir Michael Caine (this will be their sixth time working together). The film is being kept secret, but it has been revealed it involves physicist Kip S. Thorne's theoretical work on the existence of wormholes, used as a shortcut through space and time, which featured prominently in The Avengers (where Tony put the nuke launched at Manhattan at the end of the film) and seems to be mentioned constantly in Iron Man 3.
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