The Marvel Cinematic Universe stretches across almost a dozen films and several hours of television episodes, but the whole saga can get a little twisty when it comes to timelines.
Tony Stark’s armor has been evolving ever since the first Iron Man film, and we got the culmination of that in the wild third act of Iron Man 3. So, what’s in store for Iron Man’s next appearance?
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There've been a lot of rumblings about the future of the MCU in a post-Downey/Evans/Hemsworth world. Where do they go from here?
Tony Stark himself just took some time to answer fan questions online, and he seems keen on making a small-screen Marvel appearance.
If you’ve been holding out hope that Robert Downey Jr. might hang on to the goatee and super-suit for one more outing in a standalone Iron Man film, the odds just got a lot longer.
Throughout the decades, Tony Stark’s iconic Iron Man armor has been through more than its fair share of designs. But what if it’d been built during the Renaissance?
In addition to all the more obvious nods to future movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is bursting at the seams with awesome easter eggs.
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