Iron Man Hall of Armor Hot Toys

Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the Hot Toys Hall of Armor Collectible Diorama from Iron Man 2. Recreating Tony Stark’s impressive home workshop, the movie accurate Hall of Armor is highly detailed and features LED Light-Up functions, suitable for displaying Hot Toys Sixth Scale Iron Man Collectible figure series!

Three AAA Batteries are Required (Not Included)
The Hall of Armor (Single Piece) Sixth Scale Figure Environment features:
Authentic and highly detailed Hall of Armor
Approximately 13.5 inches H x 9 inches W x 6.75 inches D
LED light-up functions
Suitable for all Hot Toys Sixth Scale Iron Man Collectible Figure Series (Figures Not Included)
Transparent acrylic plate with holographic style stickers
Includes Seven (7) Stickers, One (1) Each Mark I – VII
Each Hall of Armor can be combined with additional pieces to create the diorama setting
Three AAA Batteries are required (Not Included)
AC/DC compatible (Adapter NOT Included)

Iron Man Hall of Armor Hot Toys

Iron Man 2 Premiere

Article by Jenny Peters.

Los Angeles – A bevy of beauties hit the glittery red-carpet premiere of “Iron Man 2” at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on Monday, April 26, and they weren’t even the much-anticipated film’s female leads. No, these were dancing girls, decked out in skimpy red bikinis and knee-high red boots. In a twist from the normal red-carpet walk, the girls danced on a curtained stage, then director Jon Favreau announced the star-studded cast one by one, with the fans’ screams hitting a crescendo as each appeared from behind the curtain.

Gwyneth Paltrow led the dazzling parade of actresses that make “Iron Man 2” much more than just a Marvel comic-book flick. Scarlett Johansson, Leslie Bibb, Anya Monzikova, Olivia Munn, and Helena Mattsson rounded out the female eye candy that populates this sequel all about Tony Stark and his alter ego Iron Man.

At an earlier press conference for the film, Paltrow explained exactly why the women in “Iron Man 2” are so special.

“It’s a very smart decision actually to have women who are capable and intelligent in the film, because it appeals to women. So it’s not only a film for 15-year-old boys,” she explained. “It’s a film that can relate to a lot of people on a lot of levels and a lot of my girlfriends like it because of the romance.”

Paltrow’s character is in a romance with the movie’s hero Tony Stark, who is played by Robert Downey Jr. He told reporters that he is certainly happier being the star of a huge movie franchise rather than a drug-addicted criminal, which he once was. Downey, who spent more than a year in jail because of his actions while under the influence, laughed and said, “I’m in a great spot. I think I’m fortunate too because I’ve kind of had two or three or seven lives with different perceptions of me and my status or whatever. It’s just been a really nice time right now.”

Downey’s male “Iron Man 2” co-stars seemed to be having a nice time at the premiere, too. Samuel L. Jackson happily greeted Don Cheadle, while Mickey Rourke, Garry Shandling, Sam Rockwell, and Clark Gregg gathered for a giant cast picture in front of a statue of the action hero.

Lots of other famous faces turned out for the premiere, including Sylvester Stallone, Kevin James, Michelle Monaghan, Adrien Brody, Jennifer Grey, Dane Cook and Hugh Hefner, the man-of-the-moment as he had earlier in the day kicked in the $900,000 needed to save the iconic Hollywood sign perched in the hills just above the theater.

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Robert Downey Jr. Worried He’d ‘Creep Out’ Gwyneth Paltrow in Iron Man 2

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By Scott Huver (People Magazine). Robert Downey Jr. found himself taking a little, ah, romantic direction from his Iron Man 2 costar Gwyneth Paltrow during a crucial moment in the movie – while their spouses watched from off camera.

The hotly anticipated summer movie features a passionate kiss between Downey’s superheroic Tony Stark and Paltrow’s long-suffering Pepper Potts.

“It was great,” said Paltrow, with more than a hint of playful sarcasm in her voice during a press event in Los Angeles Friday, “because both my husband and his wife were right there on the set.”

Despite the presence of Paltrow’s hubby, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, and Downey’s wife Susan, a producer on the film, Downey claimed his costar did not hold back when it came to their make-out scene.

“I couldn’t get her off me,” Downey joked. “It was embarrassing!”

But he admits Paltow wasn’t entirely pleased with her leading man’s side of the lip-lock. “She said … I didn’t know what I was doing, like, ‘It didn’t feel good.’ And I said ‘You know what? First of all, we’re all friends, so what would be creepy is if I was coming off all sexy to you while we were shooting – which by the way, I’ve done that in movies and it creeps them out! So why would I creep you out?’ ”

Eventually, Paltrow came around, Downey insisted. “Despite what she said on set, she still thinks about it. ”

Downey was not afraid to poke fun at himself – or his past – during the press event also attended by Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle, Mickey Rourke and director Jon Favreau. When asked if he’d ever donned a superhero costume for Halloween while growing up, Downey replied “Growing up, no. But in my mid-30s in Palm Springs right before an arrest, yes.”

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