Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle and Joss Whedon hit Hollywood's El Capitan Theater, as do stars from the upcoming "Captain America" and "Thor" sequels.
Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey
Robert Downey Jr. flashes three fingers for the cameras while posing with his wife, Susan Downey at the Iron Man 3 premiere.
Gwyneth Paltrow plays Tony Stark's right-hand woman Pepper Potts in the film.
Robert Downey Jr. and wife Susan Downey smile on the Iron Man 3 red carpet.
Daniela Lavender and Ben Kingsley
Daniela Lavender and a plaid tie-wearing Ben Kingsley hit Hollywood's El Capitan Theater. Kingsley plays the villainous Mandarin in the Marvel Studios film.
Marvel patriarch Stan Lee waves to the cameras at the Iron Man 3 premiere.
The Avengers writer-director Joss Whedon wears plaid at the Iron Man 3 premiere. Whedon is on board to helm Avengers 2 and also has a S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff TV pilot set up at ABC.
War Machine himself Don Cheadle smiles at the Iron Man 3 premiere. He dons several pairs of high-tech armor in the film.
The Avengers actress Cobie Smulders shows support for the latest Marvel Studios project.
Emily VanCamp wears yellow on the Iron Man 3 red carpet. The actress will appear in 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Kate Mestitz and Guy Pearce
Guy Pearce poses with his wife, Kate Mestitz, on the red carpet. The actor plays scientist Aldrich Killian in the film.
Disney Channel actress Chelsea Kane smiles at the Iron Man 3 premiere.
Thor: The Dark World actress Jaimie Alexander hits the red carpet in a yellow dress.
Twilight alum Peter Facinelli comes out to celebrate Iron Man 3.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier star Sebastian Stan walks the Iron Man 3 red carpet. His Cap sequel is currently filming.
Chuck alum Zachary Levi hits the Iron Man 3 red carpet. He will play Fandral in Thor: The Dark World.
Disney Channel star Bella Thorne poses at the Iron Man 3 premiere.
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