Spider-Man: No Way Home is right around the corner, and like the previous installment, would be without Peter Parker’s mentor, Tony Stark. But amidst all the nods for Spidey enemies like the Green Goblin, no way home The trailer shows something about Iron Man himself – perhaps too much for some fans?
Tony Stark remains ‘Spider-Man’ favorite mentor despite huge ego and constant sarcasm
One of the things that made Tony Stark so great was his never-ending sarcasm. He always had a quick-witted joke about almost everything and everyone. And fans just can’t get enough of it. In the beginning, though, that sarcasm fueled what was perhaps the world’s greatest ego. Which shook the character of Robert Downey Jr.
Eventually, the audience saw that Tony’s softer side came to the fore in his relationship with Pepper and Happy. When Tony took Peter Parker under his wing Spider-Man: Homecoming, however, is when the tables really turn. He became fully invested in the young superhero, teaching him valuable lessons and helping him develop his powers. He used his incredible creativity to create suits and techniques to keep Peter safe and help save the others.
In homecomingWhen Peter tries to contact Tony, he is brushed several times by Happy. He tried fighting the bad guys alone, which almost ended very badly for him – only to be reprimanded by Tony when he finally showed “help”. Even though he wasn’t very warm and fuzzy, you could tell by the end of the movie that Tony was trying to give Peter some tough love.
Tony’s death hit Peter – and the entire MCU – really hard
As FanSided Turns out, Tony Stark and the young Spider-Man were very close Avengers: Infinity War, having developed a loving father/son relationship. The bond they shared was so heartwarming, fans wished they could see more of it. Sadly, the film disappeared with the snap of Peter – one of the saddest scenes in entire MCU history. It was impossible to stop the tears as Tony held Peter in his arms and the young hero told him how scared he was and how he didn’t want to leave.
As if that wasn’t painful enough, the MCU took us on a similar journey avengers: endgame next year. The wound was still fresh from Peter’s disappearance, but the MCU tricked fans into thinking that when the Avengers would be able to reverse Decimation and Peter would appear (alive and well) to help fight Thanos.
However, Tony and Peter won’t get the happy ending we all hoped for. Tony uses the Infinity Stones to snatch Thanos and his army, eventually sacrificing his own life because no human is strong enough to use that power. So we have to sit behind the sad scene infinity war. Except this time, we know there is no way for Tony to come back.
He may be dead, but will the MCU really let Tony Stark go?
Although Tony Stark is unlikely to appear on the MCU screen again, there are still plenty of references to the tech genius. no way home. So many, in fact, that some fans think it’s a bit much. They feel that perhaps it is time to stop grieving Peter and move on with his life.
First of all, Murphy’s Multiverse It is speculated that Happy Hogan will play a major role in the upcoming film. Which makes sense, because he now feels a duty to see Peter after Tony is gone. We can also expect to see a lot of stark technology, including drones and Peter’s new suit. The new suit revealed in merchandising appears to be a combination of suits designed by Peter far from home and iron spider suit infinity war.
It’s really not that strange that Peter would continue to use Stark technology to design the suit and weapons. He has Happy and Pepper to help him, and Tony teaches him basically everything he knows. Plus, the technology is awesome – why not use it? As far as Peter is sad for Tony, screen rent speculation that Doctor Strange may step in to replace Tony as Spider-Man’s new mentor…
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