What is the Real Meaning behind Avengers: Endgame, “I Love You 3000”?
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The highest-grossing films of all time, and the much-awaited film, Avengers: Endgame, has made ‘I love you 3000’, more than just a phrase.

Morgan Stark (Alexandra Rachel Babe) and her father, Tony Stark aka Iron Man (played by Robert Downey Jr.), used the catchphrase to express their love for each other. And of course, fans are head over heels about it!

Although most fans believe that ‘3000’ is just the message that ‘I love you very much,’ many other theories are a way of getting speculated on the Internet.

On Twitter, a Marvel fan suggested that when the run time of all 22 films in the Marvel cinematic universe was added, including Spider-Man: Away From Home, the number equaled 3000 minutes. Post dispute between Sony Pictures and MCU. However, the release of Spider-Man is uncertain.

Author of Avengers: Endgame, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, according to various sites, once said that Robert Downey Jr. kids are being thanked for ‘I love you 3000’. Apparently, McFeely said that the initial phrase ‘I love you tons’ was coined.

What is the Real Meaning behind Avengers: Endgame, “I Love You 3000”?
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In the film, Morgan Thanos was born in the dust after uttering half of the universe’s population and he was reluctant to reverse the main reason Tony, ie, Iron Man, the chaos that had caused Titan.

At his funeral, Tony states in a pre-recorded message, “This hero is the gig. Part of the journey is the end.

Avengers: Endgame has grossed over $ 850 million in domestic office and approximately $ 2.8 billion worldwide. The Avengers are expected to exceed the box office collection by $ 8 million.

Still, the audience is left overwhelmed and on a roller-coaster of emotions, when the film ends with Iron Man looking right into the eyes of his daughter and the audience, saying, “I love you 3000.”

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