Iron Man 2 ends on a note that basically tells audiences that a third installment is likely. But the recent Disney-Marvel super merger may have done what Whiplash couldn't: Put a stop to Tony Stark's future missions at Paramount.
The Wrap reports that, in the wake if the sequel's $128.1 million dollar opening weekend, Disney (Marvel's corporate parent) may take Iron Man 3 away from current distributor Paramount.
You see, kids, before Mickey Mouse and iCarly purchased the Marvel U., Paramount Pictures had a distribution deal with Marvel, a deal that Marvel extended to include Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers and...Iron Man 3. Marvel extended the deal soon after the first Iron Man movie's theatrical success on opening weekend 2008.
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