At Comic-Con, Robert Downey Jr. made every geek in attendance appreciate the vocal stylings Luther Vandross. The "Iron Man" star literally danced into Hall H at the start of the Marvel Studios panel on Saturday night while Vandross' song "Never Too Much" blared over the speakers.
Looking exactly like his onscreen alter ego Tony Stark (the billionaire businessman inside the Iron Man suit), Downey was in good spirits when he took the stage, laughing and teaching math as the assembled throng of geeks cheered wildly.
"I have three questions," Downey said. "How much do I love you? Question number two: How much do you love me? Last question: Why aren't we watching any footage yet?"
With that Marvel unveiled some new clips from "Iron Man 3," the third film in the lucrative franchise. (Downey is a key cog in the Marvel universe, having also lead "Marvel's The Avengers" to over $1.4 billion in global grosses.)
Watch Downey ham it up in the clip above. "Iron Man 3" is due out in theaters next May.
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