Could Iron Man 4 Still Happen?

Posted: April 28, 2016 in Comic Book News
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Recent remarks made by Robert Downey Jr. may signal that an Iron Man 4 could still be in the works. As part of an ABC News report for Marvel’s upcoming film Captain America: Civil War, the actor made the following remark when asked about another solo Iron Man movie:

I feel like I could do one more.

Could we eventually see an Iron Man 4? If so, what new ground could Marvel cover with the character? There’s still the classic storyline “Demon in a Bottle” that fans have been clamoring to see since the original Iron Man film was released, although it seems more likely Marvel would focus their efforts on dealing with the aftermath from their One-Shot film All Hail the King (where Iron Man 3‘s unintentional villain, Trevor Slattery, is freed from prison to meet with the Mandarin).

Also, keep in mind that, despite Downey’s readiness to step into the armor again, there’s no guarantee that the film will come about. Remember when he semi-announced an Iron Man 4 during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show?

While waiting for the next solo Iron Man film, fans can see the character next in Captain America: Civil War, arriving in theaters on May 6th, 2016.

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