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Slideshow: 14-Image Gallery For Paramount Summer 2010 Films: ‘Iron Man 2,’ ‘Shrek Forever After’

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Shrek (Mike Myers) takes in the pampered surroundings of the over-coiffed and over-fed Puss In Boots (Antonio Banderas). Credit: DreamWorks Animation.

CHICAGO – This 14-image slideshow contains the official images provided by Paramount for their exciting Summer 2010 slate including “Iron man 2,” “Shrek Forever After,” “The Last Airbender,” “Middle Men,” and “Grease Sing-Along”.

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos have individual credits on their captions when needed and are courtesy of Paramount.

  1. Dinner_For_Schmucks: Left to right: Barry (Steve Carell) and Tim (Paul Rudd) in Dinner For Schmucks. Credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace / DW Studios.

  2. Grease_1: Left to right: Olivia Newton-John (as Sandy Olsson) and John Travolta (as Danny Zuko) in Grease. Credit: Courtesy of Paramount Pictures.

  3. Grease_2: Left to right: Olivia Newton-John (as Sandy Olsson) and John Travolta (as Danny Zuko) in Grease. Credit: Courtesy of Paramount Pictures.

  4. Iron_Man_1: Robert Downey Jr. stars as billionaire industrialist Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, in Iron Man 2. Credit: Industrial Light and Magic / Marvel.

  5. Iron_Man_2: Gwyneth Paltrow (left) stars as Pepper Potts and Robert Downey Jr. (right) stars as billionaire industrialist Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, in Iron Man 2. Credit: Francois Duhamel.

  6. Iron_Man_3: Robert Downey Jr. (left) stars as billionaire industrialist Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, in Iron Man 2. Credit: Francois Duhamel.

  7. Last_Airbender_1: Dev Patel plays Prince Zuko in Paramount Pictures’ adventure The Last Airbender. Credit: Industrial Light and Magic / Paramount.

  8. Last_Airbender_2: Noah Ringer plays the heroic Aang in Paramount Pictures’ adventure The Last Airbender. Credit: Zade Rosenthal.

  9. Last_Airbender_3: Noah Ringer plays Aang in Paramount Pictures’ adventure The Last Airbender. Credit: Courtesy of Paramount Pictures.

  10. Middle_Men_1: Foreground: Jack Harris (Luke Wilson) in Middle Men. Credit: Rico Torres.

  11. Middle_Men_2: Left to right: Wayne Beering (Giovanni Ribisi) and Buck Dolby (Gabriel Macht) in Middle Men. Credit: Rico Torres.

  12. Shrek_Forever_After_1: Longing for the old days, Shrek (Mike Myers) wonders what it would be like to stroll through the village of Far Far Away and frighten all the townspeople. Credit: DreamWorks Animation.

  13. Shrek_Forever_After_2: Shrek (Mike Myers) contemplates the deal of a lifetime from Rumpelstiltskin (Walt Dohrn). Credit: DreamWorks Animation.

  14. Shrek_Forever_After_3: Shrek (Mike Myers) takes in the pampered surroundings of the over-coiffed and over-fed Puss In Boots (Antonio Banderas). Credit: DreamWorks Animation.

    HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

    By BRIAN TALLERICO
    Content Director
    HollywoodChicago.com
    brian@hollywoodchicago.com

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