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Tim Robbins Potentially Be Howard Stark in 'Iron Man 2'

December 18, 2008 (7:56 am) GMT
Academy Award-winner Tim Robbins has been rumored to be joining the 'Iron Man 2' cast as Tony Stark's father, Howard.
Tim Robbins

Another casting report has come in for "" and it involves the founder of Stark Industries, Howard Stark. Exposing the interesting scoop is Latino Review, which claimed that "" star, , is going to fill in the shoes of Tony Stark's father in the sequel to blockbuster film, "".

If indeed being cast for the part, the 50-year-old actor will replace Gerard Sanders, the actor who plays the character in the first film. In this second "Iron Man" film, his character reportedly will be seen in an important flashback sequence which will set up the "" and "The First Avenger: Captain America" films; that is why, director Jon Favreau needs a good actor, so claimed the site.

Aside from breaking out the Howard Stark's possible casting, Latino Review also reported that both Hawkeye and Black Widow are part of the plot. Thus, the two will definitely be seen in the sequel and won't be mere cameos.

To be directed by Jon Favreau, "Iron Man 2" has "" co-scribbler attached to pen the story. Seeing the return of as the superhero in armored iron suit, the sequel picks up in place of 's Colonel James 'Rhodey' Rhodes. This Marvel adaptation is scheduled to be released in U.S. theaters on May 7, 2010.

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