Previously thought of to be the Iron Patriot, instead the leaked picture is of another Iron Man character. Just who? Click and find out!
We've all seen the pair of leaked photos of "Iron Patriot", but the Latino Review has set the record straight on just who really that is in that suit of armor being in fact War Machine and the actor in the suit is Don Cheadle's stuntman.
Latino Review further has to say on the subject:
The US Government has had their hands on this Stark suit for awhile, and apparently they've decided to make it more patriotic (especially with the nano-technology stuff I hear is going down in China these days, it's important for America to look good, not like 'Iron Man 2?s' bulky grey War Machine).
That's why the set photo of "Iron Patriot" has the War Machine gun on his back, because it's NOT Iron Patriot, it's NOT James Badge Dale, it's NOT Coldblood-7.
The scene they were shooting at the airport in North Carolina (where we once again nabbed some spy photos of the new armor) involves the Vice President and a flight to China. Since the world is a world of super-humans post Avengers, who better to guard the Veep than America's most expensive armor?
Source: EXCLUSIVE! Iron Patriot is NOT in ‘Iron Man 3?
Written or Contributed by: Zechs
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