In the footsteps of Susan Boyle, the Dancing Bridal Party, and most recently, those little girls performing a surprisingly racy version of Beyonce's hit, Single Ladies -- meet Iron Man Baby Girl, the web's newest sensation!
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The short film, called Iron Baby, features little Margaret transforming from toddler to pintsized ironclad superhero, and in only a matter of days, it has attracted more than 3-million views.
Patrick Boivin, a self-taught filmmaker from Montreal, Canada, came up with the idea and cast his young daughter in the starring role.
The short begins with adorable Margaret playing with her toys before morphing into the armour wearing Iron Man, ala Robert Downey Jr. in two Iron Man films.
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The tiny tot then flies off to battle machine gun toting bunny rabbits that are eventually destroyed with a laser bolt fired from the palm of little Margaret's hand.
The movie took two months to make and cost virtually nothing, and it has even reached Hollywood, with Boivin saying he has had offers from movie producers.
"It's a way of showing what we can do together to companies who are interested in working with us," the Sun quoted him as saying.
"It has been a success for me. I'm pretty sure I'm going to do some more clips with my girl," he added.
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