Robert Downey Jr. stopped by the Hasbro booth at the 2010 Toy Fair currently going on in New York City, to show off some of the new Iron Man 2 toys arriving in the coming months.

Actor Robert Downey Jr., star of the upcoming film 'Iron Man 2,' displays Hasbro's 'Iron Man 2 Tony Stark' action figure, designed to the actor's likeness, as he visits Hasbro's showroom at the American International Toy Fa
Actor Robert Downey Jr., star of the upcoming film 'Iron Man 2,' displays Hasbro's 'Iron Man 2 Tony Stark' action figure, designed to the actor's likeness, as he visits Hasbro's showroom at the American International Toy Fa

Actor Robert Downey Jr., star of the upcoming film 'Iron Man 2,' tries on the 'Iron Man 2' helmet as he visits Hasbro's showroom at the American International Toy Fair, where the company unveiled its movie-based toy line, in New York, February 15, 2010.
Actor Robert Downey Jr., star of the upcoming film 'Iron Man 2,' tries on the 'Iron Man 2' helmet as he visits Hasbro's showroom at the American International Toy Fair, where the company unveiled its movie-based toy line, in New York, February 15, 2010.

All of Hasbro’s Iron Man 2 toys go on sale March 1, 2010.

via Hasbro

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5 Comments

  1. Brian Duff
    February 16, 2010 at 8:49 am — Reply

    I wonder if that life-sized Ironman cosplay suit behind him is for sale…. if it is a suit at all. If it’s a statue, I’d take some plaster casts of the parts and make one of my own. Going to have a hard time convincing the FAA and Homeland Security about the flight plan I’ll file once the jet propulsion and ARC reactor are installed to the suit….

  2. astrodinosaurus
    February 16, 2010 at 8:59 am — Reply

    I hope someday they’ll do an actionfigure of me….And I do mean an actionfigure, none of that minimate crap. Now excuse me while I go practice my kung-fu grip (Innuendo unintended)

  3. Navarre
    February 16, 2010 at 9:23 am — Reply

    That suit in the background is indeed purchase-worthy. I can’t tell if it’s life-size but it looks more like a half-size statue. Either way, it is cool.

    Mention of Astrodinosaurus’s kung-fu grip makes me feel vaguely uneasy.

    • astrodinosaurus
      February 16, 2010 at 9:35 am — Reply

      Be afraid…be VERY afraid!

  4. brenton8090
    February 16, 2010 at 1:24 pm — Reply

    That helmet he’s holding highlights the only problem I have with that movie. That helmet is much bigger than the one on the statue behind him. That suit of armor is about as big as Robert Downey, and not near big enough to fit AROUND Robert Downey. No way could he actually be inside the suit we see in the movie. It’s too small!

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