Stephen McFeely and Christopher Marcus wrote the highly anticipated film Avengers: Endgame. Recently, they have information that denies Marvel Studios’ decision to make an Iron Man 4 movie.
The third installment of the Iron Man movie made nearly $ 1,300,000,000 at the global box office and sat as the highest-grossing standalone Marvel Cinematic Universe film other than Black Panther. These high achievements of the Iron Man installments surprised fans as the Marvel series did not return.
Sad news for fans as there will be an Iron Man 4!
At the Diversity Fair that happened very recently, writer McFeely said in an interview whether fans like all of the 24 films or not, the capital that created wonders made him a movie starring a raccoon and a tree Allowed to talk. Being a defensive of Marvel Studios, he further said that if it had been any other production company, by now, you would have had Iron Man 4.
McFeely then said the writers put an end to the query by finally saying no, and they are taking chances on all these other things. He said it was quite brave to put a flag in the ground and say that we are going some things and take characters off the table. The writer thinks that it was daring, but if thought meanly, it was great for them.
Endgame writers say no to Iron Man 4 because this is the beauty of MARVEL!
Then it was Markus’ turn, and he said that it needs an end or everything loses its meaning. He then went on to describe what an end means to him and said that it is what cements the whole thing, actually sews it together and brings it to a crescendo, and yes, it takes people off the board and finishes their arcs.
Writer Christopher Markus says ends are more prominent and worthy!
Well, the death of Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man, was highly devastating for the fans. This confirmation also destroyed the hope of maybe getting his character back in the later movies. But fans have too much devotion in the Marvel Studios that whatever they are going to release next, is going to be superb.
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