"Iron Man 2" director Jon Favreau told MTV News at Comic-Con that he would love to have the next "Iron Man" film be in 3-D.
Marvel has plans to make at least one more "Iron Man" film, as well as an "Avengers" flick in 2012 that will feature Tony Stark. If Favreau has his way, he'd like at least one of those films to be three-dimensional.
As of right now, Favreau isn't certain he'll direct "Iron Man 3" or "The Avengers." But Marvel's Kevin Feige is on record as saying that he'd like to see Marvel films jumping off the screen soon, and Favreau is convinced that the technology will be there for whichever film he makes next.
"We haven't had any talks about [me directing 'Avengers'], although we do have talks about what the content of 'Avengers' will be," said Favreau. "I'm going to be involved in some capacity with it, but as far as directing goes, we're still working on this one. ... I'm happy they brought me back to do 'Iron Man 2.'
Could a comic-to-film adaptation work in 3-D? We might find out for the next "Iron Man."
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Source: MTV News