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16 August 2013  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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Iron Man 3 is the year's biggest film to date, and so we're rather pleased to be able to bring you a deleted scene / gag from the film ahead of its home entertainment release next month. This does contain a spoiler for one character, so please beware if you haven't seen the film at all, but if you know what you're in for then enjoy this rather amusing clip.

 

Yes, that's Sir Ben Kingsley once again proving why he's an acting legend in the company of Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark and Don Cheadle's James Rhodes. Obviously if you've seen the film you know how this fits in; if you haven't seen it yet what the heck are you doing watching this? We told you there were spoilers.

We know now that Robert Downey Jr has signed up with Marvel to return as Tony Stark and Iron Man in Avengers: Age Of Ultron in 2015, and in a further Avengers outing down the line (Marvel head Kevin Feige has, lest we forget, planned as far ahead as 2021 if all goes to plan), but with no further solo outings set in concrete it's nice to go out with a bang here. Or as in this case, quite a lot of bangs.

Marvel’s Iron Man 3 is available on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD on 9 September (TM & ©2013 Marvel). The disc is reviewed in the next issue of Empire, out August 29.


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RE: Terrible!
L: Osric Yeah cos what that film needed was Fu Manchu. That'd play REALLY well in 2013. (Brilliant clip, by the way. Really funny) EDIT - Where the hell did the rest of the comments go?! This was a reply to somebody else. Now I'm all alone here! eah, one of them was mine, saying how I loved the scene! How dare they! More

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RE: Terrible!
Yeah cos what that film needed was Fu Manchu. That'd play REALLY well in 2013. (Brilliant clip, by the way. Really funny) EDIT - Where the hell did the rest of the comments go?! This was a reply to somebody else. Now I'm all alone here! More

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