Joe and Anthony Russo wrapped up the Infinity Saga in 2019. This meant the end of some of our beloved and pioneering superheroes including Iron Man. After two years, an alternative look of Iron Man’s (Tony Stark) funeral in Avengers Endgame is revealed.

Most Expensive Shot in Movie History is Iron Man's Funeral

 

 

 

 

The devastating snap of Thanos (Josh Brolin) occurred in Infinity War. Five years after that when the chance of time heist came, all the superheroes gathered to undo the snap. However, Tony was skeptical about the plan from the start. He was afraid that if we tried to undo the snap, it will cost him his family.

However, he couldn’t just sit on the sideline and let his teammates figure out a way. Especially when he knew how to time travel safely. Thus, he decided to suit up once again and one last time.

Avengers Endgame Tony Funeral Rhodes Happy

 

 

 

 

Endgame showed a poignant and emotional funeral to Tony Stark at his lakehouse which he shared with Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and their daughter Morgan (Lexi Rabe). The funeral had all the MCU members bidding farewell to Iron Man. However, a Reddit user u/bhadabhagni’ s post has recently revealed a set image that gives an alternate look at Tony Stark’s funeral.

Who is the one in the extreme right ? from marvelstudios

This scene was shot during the time Marvel’s 10th-anniversary photo was taken. This made it easier for the studio to gather all the actors together for the shot. There are a few minor details that tell this wasn’t the scene that made to the screen. Firstly, Nick Fury (Samuel E Jackson) is standing at the dock. Whereas in the movie the former SHIELD director appears in the last on the cabin’s porch. Also, who is that CGI character on the far right? There are different stories for this one character. However, Tom Holland has a funny story for this one who says that it is a wedding scene.

The final moment of Endgame had two purposes. First, it serves as the moment MCU pays tribute to Tony Stark. And second, it is Marvel’s way to show how big the MCU universe has grown in the last 10 years.

Source: ScreenRant

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