When you deal with a cinematic universe that is extensive and intertwined as Marvel's 22-film saga that ends with Avengers: Endgame it is quite important that superphans will have many materials not only experience , but to fuel theories and speculation about how everything matches. And not only that, but it also nurtures claims about why certain choices have been made – and even reveals at first glance wild assumptions about things we may have missed.
One of the most amazingly-it-must-be-true theories emerged from the tireless fanbase of the MCU is related to the origins of the line "I Love You 3000," which Tony Stark and his daughter share with each other. In a new interview, the Rousseau brothers, who co-directed the film, turned directly to the answer theory, which seeks to address the unusual coincidence at the core of the theory. re-using it later in the movie in the recording of the funeral of Tony. Fans initially assumed that this was a reference to the cumulative times of each MCU movie in Phase 3, including Spider-Man: Away From Home . Including the 1
Sadly, the truth is much less distracting. Talking to Deco Drive Joe Rousseau finally turned to the theory, noting that it was "absolutely random" that coincided with the total MCU execution time. "We are not so smart." Taking the thought out of it, Anthony Rousseau picked up the words, adding that "it's hard enough to make those movies, try to hit a minute that looks as if it's far away."
However, "I Love You 3000 "is also not just a line to throw away
Directors have already confirmed their origin as something to Robert Downey Jr.'s children." Iron Man's actor loved the phrase that he insisted on his inclusion in the film, something the directors confirmed last month, apart from pointing out that his relationship with the time of 22 movies is
Fans can enjoy Tony's line again, and the rest of the exciting story Endgame when a re-released version of the movie with additional material attached to the end arrives in the cinema this weekend. 19659007] Image Source: Function Marvel Studios