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How Iron Man aka Tony Stark will be the Part of MCU’s Phase 4 After his Death

Tony Stark will be the Part of MCU's Phase 4 After his Death

How Iron Man aka Tony Stark will be the Part of MCU’s Phase 4 After his Death, Avengers: Endgame is not only the highest-grossing movie of all time, but it is also the MCU movie that marks the exit of three loved characters, such as Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and Natasha Romanoff. The 3 actors who portrayed these characters for more than a decade have been done — or at least done — using their contracts.

Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans have abandoned Iron Man and Cap supporting, and Scarlett Johansson has only one more picture to perform, and that’s the Black Widow prequel coming next year. We know that Falcon will pick up where Captain America left, and also the Black Widow film will probably present a new Black Widow hero for the Avengers.


Tony Stark will be the Part of MCU’s Phase 4 After his Death

What hurts the most, clearly, is that both Tony and Nat are dead, so there’s no strategy. Nevertheless, a new leak suggests Downey Jr. will indeed somehow reprise his famous Iron Man role at least one more time in the coming years.

While recapping the 45th Annual Saturn Awards where Marvel and Endgame were one of the Big winners, Deadline casually leaked this Huge spoiler — emphasis ours:

The finale instalment of the Marvel big-screen saga was called best comic-to-film release. Robert Downey Jr.’s swan song performance as Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, in Endgame, made him the best actor in a movie award.

(Downey will be seen at the function of Stark one longer, but from the Marvel prequel Black Widow in May 2020. ) Josh Brolin, that portrayed the calculating, grape-coloured alien despot named Thanos, won as the best supporting actor in a movie for Avengers: Endgame also.

That has to be great news to fans keen to see Downey Jr.’s Stark about the big screen at least one more time… assuming of course that the leak is true.

Then again, the information should not be that surprising considering that Black Widow, much like Captain Marvel and Captain America: The First Avenger, will probably be a prequel. We are going to learn Nat was turned to SHIELD and everything occurred in Budapest — I mean, come on, they have to show us what occurred with Nat and Clint’s at Budapest. Hawkeye is obviously also predicted to appear in the movie because he.

Back to Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson first appeared in the MCU in 2010 in Iron Man 2, when she performed with a certain Stark employee named Natalie Rushman. That was the official introduction of this SHIELD spy Natasha Romanoff, who was keeping an eye Stark all along.

Bearing that in mind, it appears sensible to have at least one Stark cameo in the upcoming Black Widow movie. And who knows, provided that other prequels might follow in the coming years, we might visit Iron Man in other MCU movies.

Black Widow is the first film in the MCU Phase 4, and it’s set to premiere on May 1st, 2020.

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