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Kevin Feige Hints Gwyneth Paltrow May Get Her Own 'Iron Man' Suit

July 17, 2012 (4:07 am) GMT
Jon Favreau also states that there have been plans to bring Pepper Pott's alter ego, Rescue, into an 'Iron Man' movie someday.

Could be seen rocking her own armor in an "" movie someday? While attending "" panel at Comic-Con over the weekend, producer Kevin Feige hinted at a possibility of seeing Paltrow's character, Pepper Potts, as Rescue in the armored hero film franchise.

During the panel, a fan mentioned that in the Marvel Comics, there was a story that followed Miss Potts as she gets her own armor known as Rescue. When the audience asked if there's a chance to see Paltrow suited up on screen, Feige responded, "Everyone at this table thinks it would be the coolest thing in the world to see Pepper get in the suit at some point."

Addressing the statement, who helmed the first two "Iron Man" movies opened up that there have been talks to bring Rescue into the big screen someday. He said, as quoted by Los Angeles Times, "We almost did it a few times; we talked about it a lot. I think we all share your enthusiasm for that, and we all want to see Gwyneth kick a little a**."

Currently in the production stage, "Iron Man 3" will also bring back and as Tony Stark and Rhodey respectively. Also lining up in the cast ensemble are as The Mandarin, as Aldrich Killian, and as Eric Savin.

Walt Disney Pictures will release the film in theaters nationwide on May 3, 2013.

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