The latest Marvel Studios release is “Iron Man” 2, and it’s not your typical superhero film, but it is a bold attempt to make the sequel a bit more of a blockbuster than “Iron Fist” was.

    The film is based on “Iron man” comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, and the director is Josh Trank, who directed the first film.

    The first film was directed by Ryan Coogler, who also co-wrote the sequel.

    It’s a different tone, and much of the story has been changed for the sequel, according to a new interview with Trank.

    “We’re not trying to reinvent the wheel,” he said.

    “It’s really, really, what we want to do is make it a little bit more accessible to audiences that have seen the first one.

    It will be different, but not necessarily a completely different movie.”

    There are also more than two dozen new villains, and Trank said the filmmakers “have a couple of big ideas” about how the story should unfold.

    “But the thing I love about [Marvel] is that we can keep the audience guessing,” he continued.

    “There’s always something going on.

    We have a couple ideas for how this story might play out, and then we’ll just see how it plays out.” “

    This is something that we’re going to be a little more adventurous with.

    We have a couple ideas for how this story might play out, and then we’ll just see how it plays out.”

    The film also stars Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, who play Tony Stark and Steve Rogers in the original film.

    Trank is not shy about sharing the studio’s new-look approach to the franchise, which he has described as “a little bit different” than “The Avengers.”

    “We are very much the Marvel brand, but we’re not necessarily going to take that to the next level,” he told The New York Times.

    “You have to be willing to do things a little differently.

    But we are going to make this film in the spirit of the first.”

    “Avenger” is due out on May 1, 2019.


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