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The Iron Giant is a large 50-foot tall metal man of alien origin, adapted from the original novel by Ted Hughes, "The Iron Man." The Giant's crash landing on Earth caused a bump on the Iron Giant's head, making his suit not enforce its' protocol for planetary invasion and then was not able to control him, allowing the Giant to be his exploring, kindhearted, childlike self also leaving him with a childlike sense of wonder to find out more about the planet he'd crashed on. The dent on his head indicates that his suit is restricting certain protocols and actions that it would normally commence. The Giant is well-armed, but his suit will only use its weapons in self-defense since the Giant keeps control over it until the end of the movie, when he let his suit fully take over. He is capable of flight and can also repair himself with a homing beacon in his head that will communicate to all of the pieces of his suit to come back to him. The Iron Giant has eyes that glow in different colors depending on his mood and time of day, and if his suit goes into a defensive mode, and his suit can part/transform and reassemble. He is also indestructible to almost anything. The Iron Giant's diet consists of only metal and mostly metal consisting materials.
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According to a deleted scene available in the signature edition Iron Giant Movie (which has an extra scene put in at the first junkyard Scene), the Iron Giant comes from a planet-destroying alien army of metal suited men; the reason as to why this Army exist and their purpose is unknown. It is also unknown whether the Giant came to Earth by mistake or if he was sent here, but when he did come down, it had become obvious that the Giant was not a robot but was alive and in a very large metal robotic suit like a machine. A certain tech device that provides a self-protection program will enable his metal suit to take over and use any means necessary with his foreign military weaponry to protect himself and stop any attacking forces. He eventually learns how to control this later on because he does not want to harm anyone. The Giant's mental age is literally at a small child's level. It seems that the Iron Giant would most likely, on the inside, be at the age of about ten years, which would also explain why he was learning things from when he had first landed. It also seems that he would have to be as old as a normal kid on Earth because if the Giant was sent to Earth and he was to be an adult, he would just proceed with his military protocol for the total annihilation of the current planet he had landed on (Earth). Luckily, the Giant is little and knows right from wrong and doesn't want to hurt anyone and doesn't want to see anyone get hurt. The bump on his head might have been holding back a certain part of his metal suit that keeps trying to force the military protocol that the Giant's people were forced to follow into his metal suit, as it seems the Iron Giant is trying to fight for control of his metal suit through the whole film until Hogarth gets hurt and knocked out and the Giant thinks that his best friend had died because of the Army, he then lets the defense and attack program from his metal suit take over, and this enables all of his weapons. The bump that was on his head had undone itself and before this might have made him forget a lot of things that had to do with his weapons and the program on his suit trying to take control, and it seems that he remembered the weapons he had at the end of the movie. As things had wrapped up and Hogarth showed the Giant that he was still alive and reminded him not to be a gun, that "you are who you choose to be," the Giant thankfully didn't end up harming anyone but then also risked his life to ensure that the town would be safe by throwing himself in the way of the missile and at one point would come back to see his family (Hogarth, Annie, and Dean) and the rest of the town once again.
The Iron Giant is a 1999 American animated science fiction film produced by Warner Bros. Feature Animation and directed by Brad Bird in his directorial debut. It is based on the 1968 novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes (which was published in the United States as The Iron Giant) and was scripted by Tim McCanlies from a story treatment by Bird. The film stars the voices of Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick Jr., Vin Diesel, James Gammon, Cloris Leachman, John Mahoney, Eli Marienthal, Christopher McDonald, and M. Emmet Walsh. Set during the Cold War in 1957, the film centers on a young boy named Hogarth Hughes, who discovers and befriends a giant alien robot. With the help of a beatnik artist named Dean McCoppin, Hogarth attempts to prevent the U.S. military and Kent Mansley, a paranoid federal agent, from finding and destroying the Giant.
The Cartoon Network series Mad, did a parody of the movie as well as the film The Iron Lady for their Season 3 premiere entitled The Iron Giant Lady. In the sketch, British prime minister Margaret Thatcher is the giant and inspires other gynoids to take positions of political power.
A remastered and extended cut of the film, named the Signature Edition, was shown in one-off screenings across the United States and Canada on September 30, 2015, and October 4, 2015. The edition is approximately two minutes longer than the original cut, and features a brief scene with Annie and Dean and the sequence of the Giant's dream. Both scenes were storyboarded by Bird during the production on the original film, but could not be finished due to time and budget constraints. Before they were fully completed for this new version, they were presented as deleted storyboard sequences on the 2004 DVD bonus features. They were animated in 2015 by Duncan Studio, which employed several animators that worked on the original film. The film's Signature Edition was released on DVD and for digital download on February 16, 2016, with an official Blu-ray release of this cut following on September 6. Along with the additional scenes, it also showcases abandoned ideas that were not initially used due to copyright reasons, specifically a nod to Disney via a Tomorrowland commercial, which was also a reference to his then-recently released film of the same name, and a reference regarding the film being shot with CinemaScope cameras.
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In her childhood, Rose Franklin accidentally discovered a giant metal hand buried beneath the ground outside Deadwood, South Dakota. As an adult, Dr. Rose Franklin led the team that uncovered the rest of the body parts which together form Themis: a powerful robot of mysterious alien origin. She, along with linguist Vincent, pilot Kara, and the unnamed Interviewer, protected the Earth from geopolitical conflict and alien invasion alike. Now, after nearly ten years on another world, Rose returns to find her old alliances forfeit and the planet in shambles. And she must pick up the pieces of the Earth Defense Corps as her own friends turn against each other.
The story begins in 1999, when a city-sized alien spacecraft crash-lands on Earth. Ten years later, after the United Nations has successfully established a One World Order, said spacecraft, now named "Super Dimension Fortress One (SDF-1) Macross", has been rebuilt and is getting ready for its maiden voyage. However, a fleet of giant humanoid aliens called the Zentraedi crash the launch party, having identified the Macross as a battleship formerly used by their enemies. In response, the SDF-1 overrides its crew's commands and automatically fires its main cannon at the Zentraedi fleet, starting a war that will change the destinies of both species.
"The Martians landed and inspected the damage that they had done. Streets were beyond recognition and mighty cities had been all but leveled. Bodies lay on the streets, unfortunate victims of the Martian destruction. By some means the aliens had found a way to communicate with the giant insects that they had created. The bugs followed any instructions given to them from the spacemen. The Martians ordered the creatures to remove the bodies from the streets. Flying insects flew off with several bodies in their claws at a time. The aliens wanted all the streets clear before the people of Mars were brought to Earth to establish a new Martian domain."