Marvel Invades Arclight Hollywood

Arclight Cinemas

If you’re ever in the Los Angeles area, one thing you most definitely want to experience is the Arclight Hollywood movie theater. Not only do they sport some of the most comfortable seats, largest screens, loudest sound, and best views from anywhere in the theater, they often bring in props from the movies for display.

Iron Man Display at the Arclight in Hollywood

On Sunday, I decided Iron Man needed fourteen of my dollars and went to see Stark’s adventures for the second time. (Still Awesome) While there, I whipped out the camera to show you what Arclight Hollywood is working with this weekend. First up, as you may have seen on our other report, the Iron Man costume. This is the actual costume worn by Robert Downey Jr. It’s really quite impressive how slim it is, considering a person fits inside. I’d imagine its somewhat less than comfortable!

Tony Stark's Audi from Iron Man

On the outside of the theater we found Tony Stark’s Audi R8, complete with “Stark 4” license plate. This is a sweet looking ride with a rear placed visible engine. What I wouldn’t give to take this thing for a spin with Pepper Potts in the passenger seat. Though I’d settle for just a ride with Pepper, you know what I’m sayin?

The Incredible Hulk at the Arclight in Hollywood

Back on the inside we get an up close look at Marvel Entertainment’s second solo venture, The Incredible Hulk. While I’m not sure about the flick yet, this is pretty cool. This bad boy is probably somewhere around 8-9 feet tall and pretty glorious. It’s pretty awesome to have this guy dominating the gift shop. No word on the MSRP, natch!

So all in all, this was a pretty sweet day to be at Arclight Hollywood. The Iron Man armor and car will be gone shortly, though the Hulk will be sticking around for some time. Excelsior, True Believers! For more pictures, check out our “Around Town” photoset over on Flickr.

Robert Fure is many things: horror expert, ruggedly handsome man of the world, witty prose composer, and writer of his own biography page. Beneath the bravado is a scared little boy, ready to grow into an awesome man and make lies about a scared little boy inside of him. Wait a minute...

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