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First 'Iron Man 3' clip features wife of WNCN anchor

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Hey, it's Kim Holderness! Hey, it's Kim Holderness!

The first exclusive clip from the "Iron Man 3" film is out -- and the wife of WNCN anchor Penn Holderness has a prominent role.

Kim Holderness plays a reporter and is in a swarm of reporters around Robert Downey Jr.'s character, Tony Stark.  In the clip, Stark challenges the villain, the Mandarin, in the press – and even gives out his address.

"My name is Tony Stark and I'm not afraid of you," Stark says in the film. "I know you are a coward."

See the video here

Stark says to the Mandarin, "There's no politics here - just good old-fashioned revenge."

He gives out his address and then says, "I'll leave the door unlocked."

At that point, Stark takes a reporter's recorder, flings it away and says, "Bill me."

"Iron Man 3" was filmed in primarily in Wilmington, but some scenes were shot in the Triangle. It's scheduled to be released in theaters May 3.

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