'Iron Man 2' Action Figures Unveiled!
By PopEater Staff Posted Feb 26th 2010 01:42PM
EXCLUSIVE: 'Iron Man 2' is sure to blow the roof off of the box office this summer, and as with any superhero or comic book movie, a full line of toys is set to accompany it. PopEater is proud to exclusively reveal the newest line of action figures from 'Iron Man 2,' with everyone from Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark and Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow to Samuel L. Jackson, who looks just as awesome in plastic as he does in real life, as Nick Fury. Throw in Mickey Rourke's Whiplash and Don Cheadle's War Machine, and we've got the entire movie ... in miniature form. See all of the exclusive photos after the jump, and vote on whose is the most dead-on!
Hasbro's 'Iron Man 2' action figures and toys go on sale nationally on March 1, but we've got the first look here:
Robert Downey Jr. returns as Tony Stark, and his action figure likeness is seen on the left.
Making her 'Iron Man' debut, Scarlett Johansson is seen here sporting her Black Widow suit when she's not Natasha Romanoff.
You've gotta love a face like Mickey Rourke's, and his 'Iron Man' likeness of Whiplash/Ivan Vanko is equally, um, weathered.
Samuel L. Jackson is the only guy who could look tough in any costume, but the eye-patch (and the name Nick Fury) definitely adds cred.
Don Cheadle's name says it all ... War Machine. When he's not blowing stuff up, he's Col. James Rhodes.
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