Jon Favreau in a recent interview on aintitcool.com mentioned that Genndy has been working with him a bit on the next Iron Man. Here's what he said...
"Jon Favreau: I had Genndy Tartakovsky. I?ve always liked SAMURAI JACK and I loved his CLONE WARS vignettes that he did. I?ve always liked his work, a lot. And I had met with him, we had lunch together just because I enjoy his stuff and I wanted to meet him. I really dig his sense of humor and his sense of rhythm, and the way that he acknowledges the same cinematic masters that I really love the work of, like (Akira) Kurosawa and (Sergio) Leone. And he finds a way to pastiche it without ever undermining the stakes or the reality of the tension that?s created in his action sequences.
Now clearly his stuff is a bit broad for a live action film but I love his rhythm and his attention to detail. It has a real comic booky feel but yet it feels cinematic and not gimmicky and even his cartoons feel? there?s an elegance to them.
So in this process as we?re storyboarding and designing sequences he and his team have come in and I?m working with them and they?re working on collaborating with us on the project and that?s a new wrinkle and it allows me? I feel like I?m really learning a lot from collaborating with this guy.
And then he has the original IRON MAN film to draw from and he also has a pretty deep knowledge of Marvel. So, he is transitioning into live-action features, which I have no doubt in collaborating with him that he will. There?s a transition that he?s making that hopefully I could be helpful with and at the same time as I move from dialogue and character and story-driven filmmaking I?m able to understand the way to approach action in an interesting and elegant way. So, it?s been a very, very fun collaboration so far."