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an 3 maintains the franchises lighthearted humor and banter, there is a much more ominous, darker tone at play here. Topical villain The Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) is the head of a terrorist cell who are detonating bombs across America. By taking over the TV airwaves, The Mandarin spreads fear across the nation, bringing the country to its knees. When Starks former bodyguard and friend, Happy (Jon Favreau) is injured during a bombing and his girlfriend Pepper (Gwyneth Paltrow) is abducted, things get personal for Iron Man and he goes on the hunt to find a terrorist who hides behind a television camera.Iron Man 3 is a breeze, not wasting a moment during its two-hour runtime. This certainly isnt writer-director Shane Blacks first rodeo, and he pulls out all the stops. The spitfire dialogue is often hilarious, in great part due to Downeys impeccable delivery. The action set pieces are as spectacular as one would expect in an Iron Man film, especially the climactic battle on an oil rig where a plethora of Iron Men duke it out. But what keeps this Iron Man from bleeding into the amoeba of superhero films is a large portion with Tony Stark sans-Iron Man suit au natural, if you will using his wit and intelligence to solve a mystery. Stark, broken and anxiety-ridden from the events that transpired in New York City during The Avengers, is left to his own human devices on a mystery manhunt for The Mandarin. This dilemma makes the challenges more President Obama intends to nominate veteran Rep. Melvin Watt to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the government regulator that oversees lending giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and he has chosen a former cable and wireless industry lobbyist to head the Federal Communications Commission, according to White House officials.If confirmed by the Senate for the FHFA post, Watt, a North Carolina Democrat who has been in Congress for 20 years, would replace Edward DeMarco, an appointee of President George W. Bush, who has been a target of housing advocates, liberal groups and Democratic lawmakers.Also on Wednesday, Obama plans to nominate Tom Wheeler, one of his top campaign fundraisers, as the country's top telecommunications regulator. He is expected to name FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn to serve as acting chairwoman while Wheeler awaits Senate confirmation.Wheeler raised more than $500,000 for Obama's re-election effort, according to data provided by the campaign. He also contributed more than $17,000 combined to Obama's re-election and to several Senate campaigns, including Virginia Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine's successful effort.Wheeler is former head of the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association and the National Cable Television Association. Since 2005, he has been a venture capitalist at Core Capital Partners. Wheeler would replace outgoing chairman Julius Genachowski, who announced in March he would be stepping dow