Iron Man Has a New Nemesis: The Icelandic Volcano
By PopEater Staff Posted Apr 19th 2010 05:40PM
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the ash emanating from the volcano in Iceland has canceled London's upcoming world premiere of 'Iron Man 2,' which was to be held on Apr. 26.
But what's London's loss will soon be Los Angeles' gain, as the film's stars including Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Mickey Rourke, Samuel L. Jackson and director Jon Favreau, will assemble there for a relocated world premiere on the same date.
"Due to the continuing air travel uncertainty, Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment have taken the decision to move the "Iron Man 2' world premiere and junket to Los Angeles,'' said the companies in a press release.
While the premiere has been moved, international distribution of 'Iron Man 2' is moving ahead, seemingly unaffected by the volcano. Copies of 'Iron Man 2' were delivered in Europe a week ago, according to the report. 'Iron Man 2' is set for an April 30 release in the United Kingdom, just one week ahead of its U.S. release, on May 7. Continue Reading on Inside Movies >>> and Get More on the Volcano and Travel Plan Nightmares from AOL News >>>
-- Story written by Chris Jordan, Moviefone
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