The Iron Man 3 ending is one of the most anticipated and talked-about endings of all time, and the director of the upcoming sequel, Chris McKay, is not only excited about it, but he is excited to have it revealed.
In a recent interview with IGN, McKay talked about the story behind the ending and what it could mean for the franchise.
When asked about the Iron Man movies ending, McKay said he and co-writer Joe Carnahan, along with director Shane Black, were looking to do something different.
He said, “We wanted to do a story that was more about a different kind of character than the guy that we’ve seen in the comics.
A character that was a little bit more complicated and a little more complicated than the hero of the movies.
That was a really cool idea.
And then we thought, well, what about that character?”
And so we came up with the idea of, “What if the Iron Fist is the real villain?”
I mean, it would be interesting to see if we had the villain in the next film.
“While there’s no official announcement yet, McKay told IGN that the ending was in the works for at least two years.
He noted that he was “absolutely thrilled” with the end, which he said he felt could be the best ending in the history of the franchise, and that it would provide a strong and satisfying conclusion to the franchise.”
Iron Man was one of my favorite characters in the Marvel Universe, and I think the movie is a fantastic movie.
So, this ending, I think it’s one that’s going be a very satisfying one.””
I know it’s the one that we all want, but it’s also the one we’ve wanted to have for so long.
So, this ending, I think it’s one that’s going be a very satisfying one.”