Kicking off the Marvel Cinematic Universe with director Jon Favreau in 's Iron Man , Downey has played the role 10 times over the course of 11 years, with his final performance aptly in the recent Marvel blockbuster that capped off the film arc that the franchise has been treading. Stark's superhero journey ended with the heroic act of sacrificing his own life in exchange of the defeat of Thanos and the assurance of the universe's future. And in honor of the legacy that the character is leaving behind, they've peppered subtle callbacks from his early adventures throughout the film - from Happy Favreau and Morgan's Lexi Rabe cheeseburger conversation to the return of his original arc reactor during his funeral. But arguably the film's best one came during Stark's final stand against the Mad Titan. Having succeeded in undoing The Decimation, the Avengers continue to fight Thanos who threatens to burn the universe down if given another chance to wield the gauntlet. But just when everyone thought that he's going to successfully do another snap, it's revealed that Stark was able to snatch away the stones and embed it on his own gauntlet. Without any hesitation, he clicked his finger, dusting off the Mad Titan and all of his minions, but before that, he said: "I am Iron Man" - a response to Thanos previously declaring: "I am inevitable. But apparently, Downey didn't want to deliver it in the first place.
Robert Downey Jr had obscene alternatives for the ‘I am Iron Man’ scene in Avengers: Endgame.
The occasion allowed the Russo Brothers to share behind-the-scenes tidbits about the cinematic event. The film brought a satisfying conclusion to some of the biggest arcs in the MCU — a finale worthy of fan anticipation. By the end of the film, Tony makes a decision that does more than just that, a decision that outweighs self-interest. You can view the moment below.
Editor Jeff Ford said that one alternate option was almost as good. I needed that exchange, for me, to make that satisfying. The Russos gave him a camera and let it run on him, and let him do a bunch of different things.
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