No, there's not going to be an Iron Man and X-Men film any time soon.
Bolivar Trask, and his creation, the Sentinels, are a long-running part of the X-Men corner of the Marvel universe. They're introducing him and his company Trask Industries in the next X-Men film, with that company building Sentinels, which are a major part of the film's story. There's no relationship between Trask and Stark.
Marvel cannot and will not be making a film that contains both Iron Man and the X-Men. Years ago, Marvel licensed the Mutants portion of their universe to Fox. Since then, Fox has been making a steady stream of X-Men films.
With the release of the first Iron Man film, Marvel started making their own films. Since then, they've built up the Marvel Cinematic Universe that's comprised of the Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, and Avengers films, along with Marvel's Agents of SHIELD and various DVD extra shorts. These films, shorts, and TV series are all made and owned by Marvel, and share a universe. All the X-Men films mentioned above share a separate Fox-owned universe. Marvel has their superhero sandbox, Fox has their own separate one, and they have little reason to combine them, since both of them have been successful on their own.
Also see my answer to a related question over on Movies & TV.SE. Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are one special exception to the above due to the specifics of Fox's license.
Now, this license will at some point come to an end, but that's likely 5+ years out, since it would require it to be no longer profitable for Fox to keep making X-Men films. So if several X-Men films in a row bomb at the box office, then maybe we'll see this happen. But if the X-Men movies start doing that poorly, chances are Marvel's own films aren't doing well too due to the similarity of genre/subject matter, so who knows what would happen at that point.