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IGN Rewind Theater: Iron Man 2 Second Trailer
Eric: Hey guys, Eric and Jim here and we’re psyched to be presenting a new rewind theatre trailer commentary on the second Iron Man Two trailer. All right, right there you’re going to see the Stark Expo and what it is basically Tony’s dad created this years ago and its kind of like the world sphere but hidden somewhere there on those grounds is an energy source.
Jim: And we’ve seen this shot essentially before in the last time end trailer, it’s all about the world knowing that A, Tony is Iron Man and B, loving him for it.
Eric: Yes, he’s a rock star crossed with James Bond.
Jim: Exactly and what’s interesting here is the return of Pepper Pots obviously and our first shot of Scarlet Johansen as Natasha Romanov.
Eric: Right, a Russian character, the Black Widow, that’s Monaco where the big race sequence happens.
Jim: And kind of the first reveal to the world of Whiplash.
Eric: Right and as you’ll see throughout this sequence, Whiplash is basically all of Tony Stark’s past are coming back at him and he’s warning him everybody’s going to be coming after you, including the government.
Jim: We also have an interesting theory about Whiplash which we’ll touch on it a second, but its interesting to note that he built that technology the same way that Tony Stark built the Iron Man suite in the first movie.
Eric: Yes, in prison no less.
Jim: So here, it’s interesting, it’s like Whiplash is in collision with Justin Hammer played by Sam Rockwell.
Eric: So we’re going to stop here because this is our theory. It looks like Justin Hammer is trying to create an army of his own Iron Man if you will.
Jim: He’s like an anti Tony Stark, he’s willing to do the stuff that Tony wasn’t which was sell this armor, sell this technology to the government.
Eric: Exactly but by bringing Whiplash in, does he become the crimson dynamo which we all know.
Jim: Right and because you know Russian character Whiplash wasn’t Russian so they’re welding two characters.
Eric: And also all of the basic robots that Sam Rockwell has created, you’ll see navy there with some of them back there.
Jim: And the reason why we know the robots is check this out, he’s blowing this out to pieces, there is nobody in there.
Eric: Yes, there is no flesh, no brains, and no blood. He clearly doesn’t need the big machinery to put the suite on or off—
Jim: But it’s a simpler, you’ll see it’s a simpler slim down version of the armor and it’s definitely on the go suite.
Eric: And kind of like a comic book fan like me, a really kind of geek moment is reminiscent of when he was in the West Coast Avengers, I’m just going to stop here when he’s wearing the red and silver armor.