Iron Man 2 trailer after Oscars

I'd like to send a message directly to Jon Favreau. The headline above reads "Iron Man 2 trailer after Oscars." I want you to bookmark this site and come back in about a year. Hopefully, the headline will read "Iron Man 2 WINS Oscar." Optimistic sure, but with the expanded Oscar field it's not totally out of the realm of possibility (simply because I'm going to wager that Iron Man 2 will be really awesome and good). While we're stuck in the now though we have to settle for the debut of a new trailer for the film. After the Oscars this Sunday, Jimmy Kimnmel will welcome Robert Downey, Jr., to his "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Academy Awards show at 12:05 AM. Downey will be there to generally be his charming self, but he'll also be debuting a brand new trailer for Iron Man 2. This happens before Urban performs his new hit single, "Til Summer Comes Around," from his 2009 album, "Defying Gravity" in case you're wondering. The trailer will no doubt be making the rounds on the internet shortly thereafter, and be sure to check it out here at Omnicomic. Full press release after the jump. Host Jimmy Kimmel welcomes two-time Academy Award(R)-nominated Robert Downey Jr. and a musical performance by Grammy Award(R) winner Keith Urban to the fifth consecutive "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Academy Awards", SUNDAY, MARCH 7, immediately following the late local news (12:05-1:05 a.m., ET, approx). Downey will introduce the world premiere of the new "Iron Man 2" trailer only moments before Urban performs his new hit single, "Til Summer Comes Around," from his 2009 album, "Defying Gravity." On a historic night where Jimmy Kimmel has previously debuted such pieces as "I'm F***ing Ben Affleck" video and Mel Gibson's "The Colonel," tune in to see another celebrity-filled surprise this year featuring special appearances from such notables as Matthew McConaughey, Rob Lowe, Sting, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and many more. Previous "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After The Academy Awards" celebrations have welcomed Hollywood's biggest movie stars, including two-time Academy Award winner Mel Gibson and Emmy(R) Award winners Jon Stewart and Ellen DeGeneres. Two years ago Kimmel welcomed winner Ben Affleck and premiered the internet sensation music video, "I'm F***ing Ben Affleck," as a rebuttal to the Emmy Award-winning "I'm F*** Matt Damon" video with Sarah Silverman and Matt Damon.