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Iron Man 3 (stylized onscreen as Iron Man Three) is a 2013 American superhero film featuring the Marvel Comics character Iron Man, produced by Kevin Feige of Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is the sequel to 2008's Iron Man and 2010's Iron Man 2, and the seventh installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, being the first major release in the franchise since the crossover film The Avengers (2012). Shane Black directed a screenplay he co-wrote with Drew Pearce and which uses concepts from the "Extremis" story arc by Warren Ellis. Robert Downey Jr. reprises his role as the title character, with Gwyneth Paltrow and Don Cheadle reprising their roles as Pepper Potts and James Rhodes, respectively. Jon Favreau, who directed the first two films, serves as an executive producer and reprises his role as Happy Hogan. Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale, and Ben Kingsley round out the film's principal cast.

After the release of Iron Man 2 in May 2010, Favreau decided not to return as director, and in February 2011 Black was hired to rewrite and direct the film. Throughout April and May 2012, the film's supporting cast was filled out, with Kingsley, Pearce, and Hall brought in to portray key roles. Filming began on May 23, 2012 in Wilmington, North Carolina. The film was shot primarily in North Carolina, with additional shooting in Florida, China and Los Angeles. The film's visual effects were handled by 17 companies, including Scanline VFX, Digital Domain, and Weta Digital.

Iron Man 3 was converted to 3D in post-production. The film premiered at the Grand Rex in Paris on April 14, 2013. It was internationally released on April 25, 2013 in IMAX and was released on May 3, 2013 in the United States. The film was both critically and commercially successful. As of June 2013, it has grossed over $1.2 billion worldwide, becoming the 16th film to gross over $1 billion. It currently ranks as the fifth-highest-grossing film of all time, ranks as sixth-highest-grossing openings for films and the highest-grossing 2013 film.

Official Synopsis

Marvel's "Iron Man 3" pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man? (c) Disney

Plot

Tony Stark recalls a New Years Eve party in 1999 with scientist Maya Hansen, inventor of Extremis—an experimental regenerative treatment intended to allow recovery from crippling injuries. Disabled scientist Aldrich Killian offers them a place in his company, Advanced Idea Mechanics, but Stark rejects the offer, humiliating Killian.

Years later, Stark's experiences during the alien invasion of New York are giving him panic attacks. Restless, he has built several dozen Iron Man suits, creating friction with his girlfriend Pepper Potts. A string of bombings by terrorist the Mandarin has left intelligence agencies bewildered by a lack of forensic evidence. When Stark Industries security chief Happy Hogan is badly injured in one such attack, Stark overcomes his stupor and issues a televised threat to the Mandarin, who responds by destroying Stark's home with helicopter gunships. Hansen, who came to warn Stark, survives the attack along with Potts. Stark escapes in an Iron Man suit, which his artificial intelligence JARVIS pilots to rural Tennessee, following a flight plan from Stark's investigation into the Mandarin. Stark's experimental armor lacks sufficient power to return to California, and the world believes him dead.

Teaming with Harley, a precocious 10-year-old boy, Stark investigates the remains of a local explosion bearing the hallmarks of a Mandarin attack. He discovers the "bombings" were triggered by soldiers subjected to Extremis, which at this stage of development can cause certain subjects to explosively reject it. After veterans started exploding, their deaths were used to cover up Extremis' flaws by manufacturing a terrorist plot. Stark witnesses Extremis firsthand when Mandarin agents Ellen Brandt and Eric Savin attack him.

With Harley's help, Stark traces the Mandarin to Miami and infiltrates his headquarters using improvised weapons. Inside he discovers the Mandarin is actually a British actor named Trevor Slattery, who claims he is oblivious to the actions carried out in his name. The Mandarin is actually a creation of Killian, who appropriated Hansen's Extremis research as a cure for his own disability and expanded the program to include injured war veterans. After capturing Stark, Killian reveals he has kidnapped Potts and subjected her to Extremis to gain Stark's aid in fixing Extremis' flaws and thereby saving Potts. Killian kills Hansen when she has a change of heart about the plan.

Killian has also manipulated American intelligence agencies regarding the Mandarin's location, luring James Rhodes—the former War Machine, now re-branded as the Iron Patriot—into a trap to steal the armor. Stark escapes and reunites with Rhodes, discovering that Killian intends to attack President Ellis aboard Air Force One. Remotely controlling his Iron Man armor, Stark saves some surviving passengers and crew but cannot stop Killian from abducting Ellis and destroying Air Force One. They trace Killian to an impounded damaged oil tanker where Killian intends to kill Ellis on live television. The vice president will become a puppet leader, following Killian's orders in exchange for Extremis to cure a little girl's disability.

On the platform, Stark goes to save Potts, and Rhodes saves the president. Stark summons his Iron Man suits, controlled remotely by JARVIS, to provide air support. Rhodes secures the president and takes him to safety, while Stark discovers Potts has survived the Extremis procedure. However, before he can save her, a rig collapses around them and she falls to her apparent death. Stark confronts Killian and traps him in an Iron Man suit that self-destructs, but fails to kill him. Killian then reveals he is the real Mandarin. Potts, whose Extremis powers allowed her to survive her fall, intervenes and kills Killian.

After the battle, Stark orders JARVIS to remotely destroy each Iron Man suit as a sign of his devotion to Potts. The vice president and Slattery are arrested. With Stark's help, Potts' Extremis effects are stabilized, and Stark undergoes surgery to remove the shrapnel embedded near his heart. He pitches his obsolete chest arc reactor into the sea, musing that he will always be Iron Man. In a present day post-credits scene, Stark wakes up Dr. Bruce Banner, who fell asleep listening at the beginning of Stark's story.

Cast
Gwyneth Paltrow

Pepper Potts
Guy Pearce

Aldrich Killian
Don Cheadle

Colonel James Rhodes
Rebecca Hall

Maya Hansen
Jon Favreau

Happy Hogan
Ben Kingsley

Trevor Slattery
Paul Bettany

Jarvis (voice)
William Sadler

President Ellis
Dale Dickey

Mrs. Davis
Ty Simpkins

Harley Keener
Miguel Ferrer

Vice President Rodriguez
Xueqi Wang

Doctor Wu
Production
Director:Shane Black
Producer:Kevin Feige (producer)
Louis D'Esposito (executive producer)
Stan Lee (executive producer)
Charles Newirth (executive producer)
Lars P. Winther (associate producer)
Victoria Alonso (executive producer)
Jon Favreau (executive producer)
Dan Mintz (executive producer)
Stephen Broussard (executive producer)
Alan Fine (executive producer)
Mitchell Bell (associate producer)
Brad Winderbaum (unit producer: China)
Bing Wu (executive producer)
Wen-ge Xiao (executive producer)
Writer:Shane Black (screenplay by)
Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comic book by)
Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comic book by) and)
Drew Pearce (screenplay by) &)
Don Heck (based on the Marvel comic book by) and)
Larry Lieber (based on the Marvel comic book by) and)
Warren Ellis (based on the "Extremis" mini-series written by and)
Adi Granov (based on the "Extremis" mini-series illustrated by)
Reviews for Rkinis kaci 3
CLIPS
Recovering from his alien encounter in "The Avengers", Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) faces a new danger. With the lives of girlfriend Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and best friend Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) threatened and his personal world...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Shane Black, Iron Man Three follows Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark as he's forced to take on a fearsome opponent known only as the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) - with Tony/Iron Man's efforts at battling this sinister villain hindered by his...
Read review5 Jul 2013
madison.com
In the galaxy of big-screen superheroes — a rather glum lot — Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man is the snappy one.
Read review8 May 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
IRON MAN 3 begins with Tony Stark revealing a part of his past through narration. Soon, we are witness to an explosion that is bursting from behind his many Iron Man suits so prominently displayed in his in-house workshop.
Read review24 Apr 2013
MediaMikes
Bern, Switzerland. December 31, 1999. As the clock prepares to chime midnight to welcome in the new century Tony Stark is trying his best to occupy the time of a fellow scientist.
Read review2 May 2013
Articles
Iron Man 3 might have enjoyed the second biggest opening weekend in US box office history, but with Robert Downey Jr.’s contract now expired, the status of a potential fourth film remains clouded in uncertainty.
George Wales(totalfilm.com) - 2013-05-20
Joss Whedon has weighed in on the speculation as to whether Robert Downey Jr. will hang up his metal mask after Iron Man 3.
Matt Maytum(totalfilm.com) - 2013-05-01
Kevin Feige has been talking about what we can expect from Iron Man 3, and has expanded upon the official plot synopsis to outline some of the finer points of the new story.
George Wales(totalfilm.com) - 2013-03-22
Iron Man 3 may boast a pair of dastardly villains in the form of Guy Pearce and Ben Kingsley, but according to Kevin Feige, the most significant player in the third film will be love interest Pepper Potts.
George Wales(totalfilm.com) - 2013-03-16
Reviews for Rkinis kaci 3
CLIPS
Recovering from his alien encounter in "The Avengers", Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) faces a new danger. With the lives of girlfriend Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and best friend Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) threatened and his personal world...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Shane Black, Iron Man Three follows Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark as he's forced to take on a fearsome opponent known only as the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) - with Tony/Iron Man's efforts at battling this sinister villain hindered by his...
Read review5 Jul 2013
madison.com
In the galaxy of big-screen superheroes — a rather glum lot — Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man is the snappy one.
Read review8 May 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
IRON MAN 3 begins with Tony Stark revealing a part of his past through narration. Soon, we are witness to an explosion that is bursting from behind his many Iron Man suits so prominently displayed in his in-house workshop.
Read review24 Apr 2013
MediaMikes
Bern, Switzerland. December 31, 1999. As the clock prepares to chime midnight to welcome in the new century Tony Stark is trying his best to occupy the time of a fellow scientist.
Read review2 May 2013
RedEye
For the record: The “Iron Man 3” action sequence in which Iron Man/Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) plucks people out of the sky as they plummet to the ground kicks all kinds of ass.
Read review2 May 2013
Atlantic City Weekly
Since I received a death threat (seriously) when I panned the original Iron Man movie, I’m happy to report that Iron Man 3 is by far the best film in the series with a sensational story beautifully presented, and featuring Robert Downey Jr.'s best...
Read review3 May 2013
Reel Views
In the wake of the massive and massively successful The Avengers, Iron Man 3 wisely doesn't attempt to outdo its immediate superhero predecessor when it comes to big-time action, pyrotechnics, and special effects.
Read review2 May 2013
Screen Jabber
The superhero summer starts here, with lots of whams, plenty of bams and, yes, even a besuited ma'am. It's the fourth outing in the steel suit for Downey Jr, although the third Iron Man film proper.
Aisle Seat
The thing I love about the Alien series is that each film bears the stamp of its director. Ridley Scott's Alien is different than James Cameron's Aliens, which is different than David Fincher's Alien 3, and so on.
filmjabber
And people said Iron Man 2 was stupid. Robert Downey Jr. is back in the first post-Avengers Marvel film, and boy is it a cluttered mess. Featuring a bland villain, a nonsensical plot and major tonal imbalance, Iron Man 3 has plenty of laughs but...
New York Post
There’s so much dumb stuff in “Iron Man 3” that I expected the credits to say, “Written and directed by Thor.” The villains are all wrong, the motivations are muddy, even the gadgetry is off.
Read review30 Apr 2013
Eric D. Snider
Tony Stark was profoundly affected by what happened in “The Avengers,” what with the arrival of Norse gods and malevolent aliens and other things that would tend to disrupt a person’s worldview.
iHaveNet.com
A little too much and a little not enough, director and co-writer Shane Black's "Iron Man 3" nonetheless has everything Disney and Marvel need to keep the "Avengers" superhero constellation shining and regenerating well into the 23rd century.
CinemaBlend.com
With The Avengers, Marvel Studios completed the first phase of one of the most ambitious franchises in film history, and they did so in spectacular fashion. The Avengers is a tough act to follow, but rather than faltering under extreme expectations...
Fan The Fire
I’m surprised to find myself writing, after two Iron Man solo outings and The Avengers (which was essentially half an Iron Man film), that Iron Man 3 not only doesn’t suffer from superhero fatigue, but that it’s actually the best entry in the franchise...
Read review23 Apr 2013
FirstShowing.net
You have to give Marvel credit. They've allowed their franchises, though all taking place in the same, Avengers-centric world, to fall into hands of auteurs, film makers who have something more to say than "Just point and shoot."
Read review3 May 2013
The A.V. Club
“When can we talk about the Avengers?” a preteen fanboy asks Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), his world-famous, terrorist-thwarting idol. The man inside the armor would rather change the subject, as the mere mention of “New York” or “wormhole” sends him...
Read review2 May 2013
Sacramento News & Review
Billionaire superhero Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) contends with two villains: a terrorist called The Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) and an urbane think-tank tycoon (Guy Pearce), who may be working with the terrorist. Director and co-writer...
Read review9 May 2013
Entertainment Weekly
Iron Man 3 is an ominously exciting, shoot-the-works comic-book spectacular. It keeps throwing things at you, but not with the random, busy franchise indifference that marked the hollow and grandiose Iron Man 2. Iron Man 3 is closer to a vision of the...
Read review10 May 2013
Miami Herald
At the start of Iron Man 3, the usually loquacious billionaire Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is off his game. Having learned of the existence of aliens and alternate universes in The Avengers, Stark is suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome.
Read review2 May 2013
Washington Post
In his recent keynote address at the San Francisco International Film Festival, during which he consigned most of modern filmmaking to a dust--heap of once--shiny detritus and disposable trash, Steven Soderbergh made a keenly observed distinction...
Read review3 May 2013
Shadows on the Wall
Director-cowriter Black injects new life into this franchise, reteaming with Downey to continue the humorous edge while grounding the action scenes much more in the human interaction.
Read review17 Apr 2013
SFX
The Avengers changed everything. For Tony Stark – no longer the only superhero superstar on the block – it means a period of introspection, anxiety attacks and an unwanted level of celebrity. In the real world, meanwhile, last year’s super...
Read review24 Apr 2013
ABC Radio (Australia)
Here comes Iron Man 3. You're ready. You've been primed, having enjoyed Iron Man and Iron Man 2, almost entirely on the back of Robert Downy Jr.'s performance as Tony Stark (and if you don't think that's why, tell me the plot of Iron Man 2).
Read review30 Apr 2013
India Today
The third film is always the crucial one. Spider-Man 3 bungled it up and the series needed a reboot. The Dark Knight Rises was a glorious finale. Iron Man 3 serves up a thumping ace.
Read review26 Apr 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Tony Stark might be at his best with his gadgets, but ironically his movies are best when he is without them. ‘Iron Man 3’ is a perfect demonstration of that – for the first 40 mins, Stark is the same arrogant, cocksure person he was in the...
QNetwork Entertainment
Now that the Iron Man movies have reached entry number 3½ (if we can consider, ala Federico Fellini, that the character’s appearance in last summer’s The Avengers counts as at least half a movie), we can safely say that the series has matured...
Empire
Black proves the perfect blacksmith, forging smart new tech and scenarios for the swaggering super-genius. If this does turn out to be Downey Jr.’s final solo outing, it’s a very strong exit.
TotalFilm.com
So perhaps it’s just as well that Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), just as he was with 2008’s Iron Man, is the one called upon to kick-start this new cycle. The self-described “genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist” has always been the Marvel...
Read review26 Apr 2013
WeLoveMovieClub.com
หลังจากผ่านเหตุการณ์ความวุ่นวายมามากมาย Tony Stark หรือในชื่อภายใต้ชุดเกราะที่คนทั่วโลกรู้จักในนาม Iron Man ก็ต้องพบกับปัญหาส่วนตัวครั้งใหญ่กับอาการความเครียดที่เขาไม่สามารถจัดการได้ พร้อมกับการปรากฏตัวของศัตรูรายใหม่ที่แสนอันตรายภายใต้ชื่อว่า...
Read review30 Apr 2013
Cast
Robert Downey Jr....Tony Stark
Gwyneth Paltrow...Pepper Potts
Guy Pearce...Aldrich Killian
Don Cheadle...Colonel James Rhodes
Rebecca Hall...Maya Hansen
Jon Favreau...Happy Hogan
Ben Kingsley...Trevor Slattery
James Badge Dale...Savin
Stephanie Szostak...Brandt
Paul Bettany...Jarvis (voice)
William Sadler...President Ellis
Dale Dickey...Mrs. Davis
Ty Simpkins...Harley Keener
Miguel Ferrer...Vice President Rodriguez
Xueqi Wang...Doctor Wu
Yvonne Zima...Miss Elk Ridge
Stan Lee...Pageant Judge
Ashley Hamilton...Taggart
Roy McCrerey...President's Aide
Mark Kubr...Ponytail Express
Jenna Ortega...Vice President's Daughter
Matt Nye...Annoying Conference Guy
Toochukwu T.C. Anyachonkeya...Iron Patriot Fan #1
Chad Kurtz...Iron Patriot Fan #2
Shaun Toub...Ho Yinsen
Pat Kiernan...Pat Kiernan
Josh Elliott...Josh Elliott
Megan Anderson...Megan Anderson
Thomas Roberts...Thomas Roberts
Bill Maher...Bill Maher
Joan Rivers...Joan Rivers
George Kotsiopoulos...George Kotsiopoulos
Bronte D'Esposito...Neptune's Net Girl
Noah Visconti...Neptune's Net Boy
Brooke Jaye Taylor...Happy's Nurse
Kim Dean...Hospital News Reporter
Glenn Foster...Pushy Tabloid Reporter
Kendrick Cross...Helicopter Pilot #2
Tom Clark...Reporter at House Wreckage
Brian Schaeffer...Mandarin Studio Technician
John Eddins...Mandarin Look-Out
Rockey Dickey Jr....Rose Hill Deputy / Extremis Soldier
Drew Michael Hershner...Rose Hill Christmas Tree Shopper
Sarah Burkhardt...Junior Technician
Jan Broberg...Senior Technician
Andrew Lauer...Satellite Technician
Nate Bynum...Technical Director
Andrew Lander...Vice President's Analyst
Tom Virtue...Thomas Richards
Serdar Kalsin...Scared Insurgent
Demetrios Hodges...Laughing Insurgent
Bobby Tisdale...Pageant Emcee
Adam Pally...Gary the Cameraman
James Rackley...Chad Davis
Cullen Moss...Extremis Candidate
Jacob Dewitt...Room Service Waiter / Extremis Soldier
Rebecca Mader...Sweat Shop Agent
Kevin Arnold...Mandarin Guard
Juan Bofill...Mandarin Guard
David Anthony Buglione...Mandarin Guard
Adam Lytle...Mandarin Guard
Paul Andrew O'Connor...Mandarin Guard
Gwendalyn Barker...Sleepy Mandarin Girl
Steve Wilder...Annoyed Mandarin Guard
Luciana Faulhaber...Mandarin Party Girl #1
Kary Musa...Mandarin Party Girl #2
Mike Massa...Tony's Guard
Naomi Parshin...AIM Ping Pong Girl
Johanna Yunda...AIM Ping Pong Girl
Wesley Thompson...Secret Service Agent
Cal Johnson...Air Force One Officer
Corey Hawkins...Navy Op
Linden Ashby...Commander
Sarah Farooqui...Heather
Sala Baker...Extremis Soldier
Kial Butler...Extremis Soldier
Nick Brandon...Extremis Soldier
Dan Brown...Extremis Soldier
Ilram Choi...Extremis Soldier
Brycen Counts...Extremis Soldier
Kiante Elam...Extremis Soldier
Dane Farwell...Extremis Soldier
Mark Fichera...Extremis Soldier
Colin Follenweider...Extremis Soldier
Aja Frary...Extremis Soldier
Mark Ginther...Extremis Soldier
Adrian Gonzales...Extremis Soldier
Dennis Keiffer...Extremis Soldier
Samuel Le...Extremis Soldier
Tara Macken...Extremis Soldier
William Morts...Extremis Soldier
Jade Quon...Extremis Soldier
J.C. Robaina...Extremis Soldier
Mark Rounthwaite...Extremis Soldier
Philip J Silvera...Extremis Soldier
Brian Simpson...Extremis Soldier
Mark Aaron Wagner...Extremis Soldier
Anthony Reynolds...Helicopter Pilot #1
Aurelia Riley...AIM Ping Pong Girl
Bingbing Fan...Wu Jiaqi
Phil Ortiz...Mandarin Guard
Eric Oram...Reluctant AIM Guard
Fernando Chien...Extremis Soldier
Si Yu Li...Chinese News Reporter
Spencer Garrett...Rose Hills Sheriff (uncredited)
Bridger Zadina...Richie (uncredited)
Chris Gethard...Juan (uncredited)
Laura Avery...Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Joseph Velez...Villain / Biker (uncredited)
Carolyn Foland...Waitress (uncredited)
Indra Patel...Jan Georgoh (uncredited)
Noa Lindberg...Michele Cusick (uncredited)
Rustam Branaman...Agent Danbury (uncredited)
Mark Guy Thompson...White House Secret Service (uncredited)
Jim Gunter...Mr. Davis (uncredited)
Lorraine Caporaso...Aristocrat Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Stephen L. Cohen...Mandarin Guard (uncredited)
Marcus Natividad...Villain #2 / Biker (uncredited)
Denise Vasquez...Vice President Family Member (uncredited)
Michael Lovern...Executed Pakistani Villager (uncredited)
Meghan Aruffo...NYE Party Girl (uncredited)
Logan Bennett...Onlooker (uncredited)
Sharika Blockett...Onlooker at Hospital (uncredited)
Christopher Cozort...Pageant Guest / Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Brenden Donovan...Stark Security Guard (uncredited)
Steve Earnest...White House Photographer (uncredited)
Dean Allen Jones...EMT (uncredited)
Tanner Lagasca...A.I.M. Employee (uncredited)
Keith Middlebrook...Agent Adams (uncredited)
Brian Patrick Moize...Rose Hill Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Ray Remillard...VP Senior Staff (uncredited)
John L. Smith Jr....Townsman (uncredited)
Gina Travis...Judge 1 (uncredited)
Millie Wannamaker...Pagent Guest / TownResident (uncredited)
Memi West...Pageant (uncredited)
Justin Wheelon...Alex Matthews (uncredited)
Lawrence Whitener...Key West Codger (uncredited)
Ebony Wilson...Stark Employee (uncredited)
Lauren York...Miss Johnson City (uncredited)
Gregory French...Insurgent (uncredited)
Keri Maletto...Convention Photographer (uncredited)
Keith Rafalko...Townsman (uncredited)
Kenny Waymack Jr....Party Guest (uncredited)
Shannon Plummer-White...Pagent Guest (uncredited)
Frank Scozzari...Security Council Advisor (uncredited)
Ric Bagoly...Photographer (uncredited)
Anna Nalepka...Beauty Pagent Guest (uncredited)
Diezel Ramos...Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Mindy Robinson...Bikini Girl (uncredited)
William Frasca...LA Local (uncredited)
Randy Grazio...Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Trevor Hammonds...Hollywood Tourist (uncredited)
Jessica Montville...Neptunes Net Bar Patron (uncredited)
Jonathan G Rivera...Neptune Net Bar Patron (uncredited)
Todd Davis...Townsman (uncredited)
Christopher De Stefano...Neptune's Net Bar Patron - Man in Hat (uncredited)
Cindy Goudie...Waitress (uncredited)
Joshua Harto...CAOC Analyst (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Jr....Townsperson (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Sr....Townsperson (uncredited)
Nancy Rouse Hodges...Christmas Tree Saleswoman (uncredited)
Kenneth Manos...FBI Agent (uncredited)
Jen McPherson...East Coast Technical Director (uncredited)
Jeffrey M. Miller...Videographer (uncredited)
Stacy Rabon...The Nanny (uncredited)
Maiya Reaux...Jessica (uncredited)
Mark Ruffalo...Bruce Banner (uncredited)
Ron Stafford...Pagent Guest (uncredited)
Jason Talmadge...Extreme Soldier (uncredited)
Mitchell Yee...Mandarin Soldier (uncredited)
Kimberly Parker...White House Press (uncredited)
Ethan Henry...Party Guest #2 (uncredited)
Vince Offer...Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Johnny Otto...Military Advisor (uncredited)
Patrice Sepulveda...Neptunes Patron / Biker (uncredited)
Michael Shamus Wiles...Bartender (uncredited)
Production
Director:Shane Black
Producer:Kevin Feige (producer)
Louis D'Esposito (executive producer)
Stan Lee (executive producer)
Charles Newirth (executive producer)
Lars P. Winther (associate producer)
Victoria Alonso (executive producer)
Jon Favreau (executive producer)
Dan Mintz (executive producer)
Stephen Broussard (executive producer)
Alan Fine (executive producer)
Mitchell Bell (associate producer)
Brad Winderbaum (unit producer: China)
Bing Wu (executive producer)
Wen-ge Xiao (executive producer)
Writer:Shane Black (screenplay by)
Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comic book by)
Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comic book by) and)
Drew Pearce (screenplay by) &)
Don Heck (based on the Marvel comic book by) and)
Larry Lieber (based on the Marvel comic book by) and)
Warren Ellis (based on the "Extremis" mini-series written by and)
Adi Granov (based on the "Extremis" mini-series illustrated by)
Composer:Brian Tyler
Cinematographer:John Toll (director of photography)
Editing:Jeffrey Ford
Peter S. Elliot
Casting:Sarah Finn
Production Design:Bill Brzeski
Art Director:Desma Murphy (supervising art director)
Jay Pelissier
Alan Hook
Brian Stultz
John Eaves (uncredited)
Set Decorator:Danielle Berman
Costume Design:Louise Frogley
Makeup:Allan A. Apone (makeup department head)
Peter Tothpal (hair department head)
Kate Biscoe (makeup artist: Gwyneth Paltrow)
John Blake (makeup artist: Robert Downey Jr.)
Kelly Caldwell (hair stylist (uncredited)
Bryan David Moss (hair stylist (uncredited)
Bryan Reynolds (makeup artist)
Kimberley Spiteri (department head hair stylist)
Cecilia Verardi (makeup artist (uncredited)
Malinda Ballesteros (additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Karina Del Bel (additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Lee Gren (graphic designer specialty tattoos: Tinsley Studio (uncredited)
Nancy Mendoza (additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Teresa Morgan (hair stylist (uncredited)
Mary L. Mastro (hair department head: second unit)
Jennifer Bell (hair stylist: Robert Downey Jr.)
Kari Delaney (key hair stylist (uncredited)
Coni Andress (key hair stylist: second unit)
Lisa Rocco (makeup department head: second unit)
Michael Spatola (special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Randa Squillacote (hair stylist: Miami)
Justin Stafford (wig maker (uncredited)
Karen Asano-Myers (hair stylist: Gwyneth Paltrow)
Malinda Ballesteros (makeup artist: Miami)
Steve Battaglia (hair stylist: Miami)
Chengcheng Deng (assistant makeup and hair: China)
Tingting Du (key makeup and hair: China)
Feng Gao (assistant makeup and hair: China)
Kay Georgiou (hair stylist: Gwyneth Paltrow)
Kevin Haney (prosthetic makeup artist: MEL)
Lindsay Irish-Desarno (key makeup artist: second unit)
Colleen LaBaff (assistant hair department head)
Susie Mendez Pfister (makeup artist: Miami)
Quan Pierce (groomer: Don Cheadle)
Nicole Sortillon (assistant makeup department head)
Heba Thorisdottir (makeup artist: Gwyneth Paltrow)
Yu Zheng (assistant makeup and hair: China)
Production Management:JoAnn Perritano (unit production manager)
Jason Tamez (production supervisor)
Daren Hicks (production supervisor: Miami)
Danielle Daly (post-production supervisor)
Bruce Markoe (post production executive: Marvel Studios)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX Version) (uncredited)
Kyle Ching (production manager: DMG Entertainment)
Wei Liu (assistant production manager: China)
Aaron Shershow (unit production manager: China)
Scott Siegal (head of production: Mandarin video sequences, Logan)
Elona Tsou (production supervisor: China)
Baolin Yuan (unit manager: China)
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Production Studio:DW Films
Marvel Studios
DMG Entertainment
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