Marvel Fans Are Losing It Over This Tony-Pepper Deleted Scene
Fans arent able to keep calm over the deleted video of Iron Man 2 showing the dynamic of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts. The whole back and forth is absolutely awesome and the perfect combination that caused their back and forth to work so well.
An Iron Man fan @starksyndrome helped to broadcast the clip. A group of replies argues that filmmakers should have chosen this in the final cut. Fortunately for everyone, the Internet is forever and these little details never really go away. In fact, the anniversaries of movies on Twitter probably look forward to a similar treatment.
iron man 2 deleted scenes remain undefeated pic.twitter.com/hwNkgm5MYi
— emily (@starksyndrome) May 7, 2020
Maybe because everyone’s at home, but people miss Tony Stark now. Avengers: Ever since the Endgame hit theaters and the fan base has been completely shut down, they have been splitting ways to return to the hero. However, at present it seems unlikely. Anthony and Joe Russo directed the film, and they argue that Downey’s portrayal of Tony Stark is a legend. They went to bat for Downey to win an Academy Award last year.
“We don’t make films for awards.” Joe Russo explained. “Yes, it was very difficult to do this. We made the two most expensive movies ever back-to-back. But I just want to stump for one thing, and that’s Robert Downey.”
“His cumulative work from these movies is staggering,” he previously quoted. “If you look at the work he did on the last four [Marvel] films, it’s great. He’s kind of inspired popular culture. In the last 40 years, he deserves an Oscar more than anyone else.”
“I don’t know if I have ever seen—in movie history—a global audience react to a performance the way they did to Robert Downey in that movie,” Russo added. “There were people bawling in movie theaters, hyperventilating. I mean, that is a profound performance, when you can touch audiences all over the world to that degree. We’ve never seen anything like that, and if that doesn’t deserve an Oscar, I don’t know what does.”