Category: endgame


“The Tony Snap, that was challenging, in that we knew the emotional weight that that was gonna carry…so technically, having the background in there, that was not a problem, but finding the right tone of the tendrils of the Infinity Stones eating away at the suit as the suit is struggling and fighting to protect Tony and you know in that moment that he’s not powerful enough to withstand what’s coming, and to be able to portray that in a very quiet visual way.”

 Jen Underdahl, Visual Effects Producer


The thing I hate about Tony Stark is that he’s dead. That bitch really just decided to sacrifice himself and snapped ???? The audacity????? So rude????? Didn’t even ask how everyone would feel??? I didn’t authorise that and he did it anyway what an asshole?? I expect a full resurrection by 9am tomorrow in my office. Fix this, bitch.

OK, I agree.


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You know who he is.

Did anyone else think that Thor suddenly became weaker in endgame? He was still worthy, and five years is basically nothing in God-time, so why couldn’t he kill a gauntlet-less Thanos? Seems it was only because the Russos wanted Cap and Tony to have the best scenes as they were leaving but it’s still wrong in my opinion.


I just really miss him.


So I’ve decided that Avengers: Endgame was just wrong and forgot to include the scenes where Bruce brings Natasha back with the stones, and the scene where Tony wakes up after using the stones knocks him out for a bit. 

Which of course means that the funeral at the end of the movie was for the one and only and truly most tragic death, Scott Lang’s taco.

RIP, Scott’s taco. You’ll be missed. Especially by Scott.

First rule of movies reality, if dead character’s body is present in one piece and you didn’t saw burial of the body, don’t believe in character’s death.


Tony Stark and Steve Rogers in Avengers: Endgame (2019)


The Mother and The Father of The Avengers

‘For the last five years I’ve been trying to do one thing, get to right here. That’s all it’s been about. Bringing everybody back’. – Natasha Romanoff

‘I hope families are reunited, I hope we get it back, and something like a normal version of the planet has been restored. If there ever was such a thing. God, what a world. Universe, now.’
Tony Stark

They sacrificed themselves for the future of everyone, WE LOVE YOU 3000 ❤️❤️❤️


Avengers Cast @ Disneyland (April 5th)