If you're dealing with a cinematic universe as rich and interconnected as Marvel's 22-movie saga that culminates with Avengers: Endgame it's pretty much natural that superfans do not but have enough material But to drive fan theories and speculation about how everything fits together. And not only that, but also why certain decisions were made – and even seemingly wild speculations about things we might have missed.
One of the most amazing theories that have emerged from this The relentless MCU fanbase has to do with the creation of the "I love you 3000" line that Tony Stark and his daughter share. The Russo brothers, who co-directed the film, finally got into the theory.
The line is certainly an eye-catcher, especially because of the reuse later in the film in the recording that was played at Tony's funeral. The fans had originally assumed that this is an indication of the cumulative lifetimes of each MCU film in Phase 3, including Spider-Man: Far From Home . Including the 1
Unfortunately, the truth is much less overwhelming. Talking to Deco Drive Joe Russo finally went into the theory, stating that it was "completely random" that it matched the overall MCU runtime. "We are not that smart." Anthony Russo picked up the idea from there and added, "It's hard enough to make these films." Attempting to hit such a minute is completely off the mark. "
" I love you 3000 "is, however not just a disposable item.
The directors had already confirmed that this was something one of Robert Downey Jr. told him The Iron Man actor liked the sentence so much that he insisted on his inclusion in the movie What the directors confirmed last month, besides being that its relationship to the running time of the 22 films is just a coincidence.
Fans can enjoy this line over and over again and the rest of the exciting endgame story as Tony This weekend a newly released version with additional material will be released in the cinema.