Even after the first film directed by Shane Black, on the theme of film “At Iron Man 3, the filmmaker has recently spoken of how Christmas is played in a lot of his films.
Iron Man 3 is, unlike the first two installments, the Christmas season. The director discussed his intentions, as well as the Christmas Carol theme that the sequel was about.
I didn’t want Christmas to feel like a gimmick, or something that was predictable or ostentatious on my part, told Empire. It started out a lot and, as soon as people noticed it, it stopped being fun. But I had a feeling of acceptance mainly because of Christmas Carol. Tony loses his support, loses his base, and is dependent on the Mid-America region. And he won’t be visited by ghosts, but he will be in a reckoning or a reconciliation and that will stop him. He must take stock, identify what he is scathing and continue. It worked well for the end.
The coda basically is Christmas, giving his fiancee a gift and giving him a gift to a little kid who helped him. One Christmas miracle is happening when Jon Favreaus is in a coma. There’s something about it, where you can get darker and darkish and dark as harsh as you want and then summon up a little Christmas, and it gives you the pleasant feeling you are looking for.
All his life is affected by the sadness and sorrows of the storm, and by his actions after taking the time to save New York’s destruction, Tony Stark, now, are more dependent on the suits that give his Iron Man persona so much so that everybody is affected by his injuries. He also has a relationship with Pepper and reads Iron Man 3’s synopsis. Despite the naive demon that has accumulated to a disdain, Tony must have a sole discretion and ingenuity to avenge the losses and protect the dignity of a man.