1/24/2014

After watching Iron Man 2 enough times, a Redditor nicknamed Blueintegral discovered a startling sign of the amount of detail that went into the props. In the scene where Tony Stark goes through his father Howard Stark's old notebooks, Blueintegral noticed this:
The prop guys had some time to kill.

What do you think?

[Via Reddit]
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8 comments:

Pat Dilloway said...

That's surprisingly thorough.

DAVID WALSTON said...

Mind Blown!
Didn't they find the same type thing on the blackboard in the new Thor movie?

Rusty Carl said...

I knew that I'd seen somewhere, maybe it was in a pop sci magazine, around the time of the movies release, and article about how they used as much real science as they could in the movie. Those were not the examples they'd used, but it did make me appreciate that they were trying.

Robotshock said...

Know-it-all rant: It was Verhoven's wife who pulled the script out of the garbage, read some of it, and told him he had to do it.

Christian O'Brien said...

There is also a drawing of a tesseract in there.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a2/Schlegel_wireframe_8-cell.png/240px-Schlegel_wireframe_8-cell.png

Wes said...

Not only Dallas, parts of it were filmed in Houston. The Steel mill scenes, were filmed in an old industrial section, off of Interstate 10, in Houston, the outdoor shot of City Hall,was of ( I forget exactly which building, but it was an exterior shot, of a much shorter building in Houston, which was (digitally?) I doubt it given the age of the film, but it was visually extended into a Skyscraper, for the movie)

Nigel Mitchell said...

Yup, references to the Inhumans

Netherman14 said...

Ten reasons Superman will kick Batman's ass. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gjySvkabZI

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