More Details On The Iron Man 3 Villains Revealed
With Iron Man 3 currently in making in Wilmington, in North Carolina, USA, Marvel Studios is almost certainly pretty enthusiastic to lock the lid down and maintain any more narrative details from appearance until much closer to the film’s release date that is May 3 by next year.
And so far, there has been a drip of information emergence at any rate, a lot of it thanks to the individuals at Latino Review, who simply dropped some morsels of information in a new post.
As usual, these should be treated as gossips for the time being, and that goes twice for what they are saying in relation to the film’s villain, given that it goes directly in opposition to what Marvel has been reporting for some months.
It was with the particular refutation that he was acting The Mandarin; When Ben Kingsley was first brought on to play the villain.
Ben Kingsley is one of the most well-known villains in the Iron Man world.
However, the Mandarin gossip wedged around, and Latino Review reports it is for good grounds Kingsley is certainly acting The Mandarin, nevertheless, Marvel will carry on denying it.
When Ben Kingsley was first brought on to play the villain, it was with the specific denial that he was playing The Mandarin, one of the most famous villains in the Iron Man universe. But the Mandarin rumor stuck around, and Latino Review says it’s for good reason– Kingsley is indeed playing The Mandarin, but Marvel is going to continue denying it. And you won’t be seeing as much of him onscreen as you might think– Guy Pearce’s scientist character Aldrich Killian will be the face of the organization that creates the Extremis virus, and Kingsley’s Mandarin will be the veiled threat behind the scenes.
So, again, there’s pretty much on confirming this until the movie gets closer to release– I’m betting that when the first Iron Man 3 trailer comes out, we’ll get a pretty clear sense of how Pearce’s and Kingsley’s villains fit into the world. But if you’ve been sticking to your guns believing that Kingsley really is playing the Mandarin, you’ve got Latino Review– and their well-connected sources– on your side. If I had to put my money on it, I’d say you’re all right– how else to explain all the time they’ll spend filming in China this summer?