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ComicBook.com is reporting that the third installment in the Iron Man movie franchise will go into production in late April or early May, nearly a month before it had previously been announced and possibly prior to the May 4 release of Marvel's forthcoming film adaptation of The Avengers.
According to the report, multiple sources close to the production have confirmed the early start, with one source even telling the website that Marvel will have representatives present at the EUE/Screen Gems Studios in North Carolina as early as the middle of March.
While Marvel did not verify the report, a studio rep apparently told ComicBook.com that their sources were "likely accurate" but that there was nothing solid about the April date. "It's not April for sure" was the response the website got, leaving the reporter and readers to wonder whether that was meant to say that it's slated for April, but the date is uncertain, or that it's definitely not scheduled for April.
The production will be the largest in the history of North Carolina and has been described by Marvel Studios as ushering in a new era of Marvel Universe films after The Avengers culminates the ones that have already been released.
Written or Contributed by: RussBurlingame