After the tragic outcome of Avengers: Endgame, some fans wonder if they will see T againony stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The answer is more complex than it seems, however, Marvel Studios is not determined to leave the popular superhero behind and gives a hint about his possible return on WandaVision.
In an interview with Collider, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige commented on a feature from the upcoming Disney Plus series. WandaVision is an original project inspired by mid-20th century sitcoms. In it we will see Wanda Maximoff and Vision living suburban life in Westview, very much in the style of the sixties.
According to Feige, television plays an important role, especially commercials. The manager mentions that these fit the genre and tone of the time and anticipates a reference to Tony Stark.
In a way, it also has some textual meanings, some of which are clearer than others. A device with the Stark Industries logo and a beeping red button may mean more to people who know of Wanda’s past from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The commercial they will be one of many key pieces that fans will be trying to figure out once WandaVision premieres on Disney Plus.
Tony Stark and his possible return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The return of Tony Stark is one of the loudest rumors surrounding Marvel Studios. The latest information focuses on Ironheart, the original Disney Plus series. In it, Riri Williams is a 15-year-old girl who builds armor inspired by Iron Man. Upon learning about it, Tony Stark decides to help her become a superhero.
Riri Willliams appeared in issue 9 of the 2016 Invincible Iron Man comic. Although Disney may adjust the series to the events of Avengers: Endgame, it is almost a given that we will see Tony Stark in the first episodes as mentor to Riri.
Another theory is related to multiverse, specifically with what Marvel will achieve in Spider-Man 3 and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Although the superhero would return in the form of flashbacks, some anticipate a parallel universe where Iron Man is recruited by Reed Richards, leader of The Fantastic Four.
For now it is too early to draw conclusions and the eye will be on WandaVision. The Serie to debut with two episodes on January 15 and later he will release one each week until he reaches nine.
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