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Questioning Tony Stark

"Mr. Stark! Christine Everhart, Vanity Fair magazine. Can I ask you a couple of questions?"
Christine Everhart to Tony Stark[src]

Christine Everhart interviews Tony Stark for Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair sent reporter Christine Everhart to attend an award ceremony at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The ceremony presented Tony Stark with an Apogee Award. Outside the casino, Everhart approached Stark and questioned him on Stark Industries' business practices. However, Stark deflected her questions.[1]

Christine Everhart learns Tony Stark is Iron Man

Months later, Vanity Fair sent Evehart to attend the third annual benefit for the Firefighters Family Fund in Los Angeles. Evehart approached Stark, who had returned from Afghanistan, and showed Stark pictures of the Ten Rings in Gulmira with Stark Industries weapons. During Stark's press conference following the Duel of Los Angeles, Everhart suspected Stark of being Iron Man. Stark then confirmed to he world that Everhart was right[1]

Circuit de Monaco

Christine Everhart interviews Justin Hammer

"Well, she did quite a... spread on Tony last year."
"And she wrote a story, as well."
Pepper Potts and Tony Stark to Justin Hammer[src]

Six months later, Vanity Fair sent Christine Everhart to accompany Justin Hammer, the CEO of Hammer Industries, to Monaco in order to interview him for the magazine. However, Everhart lost interest in the interview when Tony Stark told her that Hammer had lost his contract with the government. She later contacted her editor on investigating Stark's sudden decision to participate in the Circuit de Monaco and acquiring a statement from Pepper Potts on her promotion to Stark Industries' CEO for Vanity Fair's Powerful Women issue.[2]

Interview with Karolina Dean

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