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Tony Stark's New Invention Exposed in New 'Iron Man 2' Set Visit

October 14, 2009 (6:34 am) GMT
In addition to a tour around Tony's workshop, the fresh video presents 'Iron Man' director Jon Favreau and star Robert Downey Jr. talking about the making of the sequel.
Tony Stark's New Invention Exposed in New 'Iron Man 2' Set Visit

French channel CanalPlus has visited the set of the much awaited "", and made available the set visit video for viewing pleasure. The nearly eight minutes video goes to inspect the workshop of Tony Stark aka Iron Man with director being on hand to explain the upgrades the filming team has done to the room and what new invention Stark is working on.

Aside from providing the tour around the workshop, the video also presents the filmmaker talking about this "" sequel, specifically on why making it is easier than bringing the first one to the big screen, and on adding and . It also offers commentaries from star on the difficulty of making "Iron Man 2" for him among other things.

Scripted by "" co-scribbler , "Iron Man 2" has reprising her role as Pepper Potts, and replacing for Colonel James 'Rhodey' Rhodes. and join the star-studded cast ensemble as well.

So far, the plot of this sequel is yet to be disclosed, though rumor has it, Tony Stark will be dealing with his alcohol problem. Paramount Pictures eyes to distribute this actioner in theaters across the U.S. on May 7, 2010.

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