October 25, 2016  

'Iron Man 3' Post-Credit Scene Features a Special Guest

April 16, 2013 (9:05 am) GMT
The post-credit scene of the Robert Downey Jr.-starring film sees a special appearance by another Avenger.

The premiere of "" in Paris at the theater Le Grand Rex on April 15 left a story that could surprise fans. Latino Review reveals that the post-credit scene of the Shane Black-directed film features a special appearance of another Marvel hero.

The scene sees [SPOILER ALERT!] Tony Stark on a couch talking about his traumas. It is then revealed that the person he is talking to is 's Bruce Banner/Hulk, who falls asleep because of Stark's boring story. Stark yells at Banner, who has been sleeping during the most part of his story. Banner replies, "You know, I'm not that kind of doctor!" before continuing to fall asleep again as his friend resumes his monologue.

Before this story leaks online, the film about the Marvel armored hero has unleashed new TV spot titled "Nightmares", which aired during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards last Sunday. The video previews Stark admitting that he feels restless. "Nothing has been the same since New York. There are 100 people that want to kill me. I can't sleep. It's all just nightmares," he says.

The sequel to "" stars as Tony Stark/Iron Man, as Pepper Potts and Sir as the film's antagonist and the hero's archenemy Mandarin.

The Marvel film is slated to hit U.S. theaters on May 3.


  1. Lady GaGa Annoyed by Traffic in 'Carpool Karaoke'. Get the Sneak Peek!
  2. Ryan Lochte Celebrates His Dog's 8th Birthday for Three Consecutive Years
  3. Rihanna Asks for Help to Find Her Missing Backup Dancer Shirlene Quigley
  4. Report: Britney Spears Is Filming 'Slumber Party' Music Video
  5. 'The Walking Dead' Alternate Take on Negan Kills Leaks Online
  6. Michael Fassbender Reveals New Name of Xenomorphs in 'Alien: Covenant', New Details Leak
  7. Kim Kardashian Drops Lawsuit After Tabloid Apologizes for Fake Robbery Claims
  8. Pharrell Releases Two New Songs From 'Hidden Figures' Soundtrack