The concept image for Captain America: Civil War shows the Winter Soldier trying to rip the ARC reactor out of Iron Man's chest.
The movie Captain America: Civil War had very epic moments when the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe faced each other. But there was also a final fight between Hombre de Hierro against him Captain America, he Winter Soldier. In this scene, we can see the moment when Bucky barnes attempts to snatch the ARC reactor from the chest of Tony Stark.
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The Winter Soldier probably knew what powered Stark's Iron Man suit. At this point, the billionaire genius no longer needed him glued to his chest after the shrapnel removal surgery at the end of iron Man 3 (2013). That said, it was still the main source of the armor's power. The idea behind Bucky's move was that if he could rip the ARC reactor out of Iron Man's armor, Tony would essentially be powerless and unable to continue fighting him and Steve Rogers as, unlike them, he is not physically enhanced. . Unfortunately, this plan didn't work out for Bucky. But this intense fight of Captain America: Civil War ended when Steve Rogers blew up the reactor with his shield.
Here we leave you the Concept Art where The Winter Soldier tries to start the ARC reactor from Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War.
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Iron Man and the Winter Soldier never made peace.
After the events of Captain America: Civil War everything changed. Since the Avengers parted ways and until Thanos it did not annihilate half the Universe, they did not meet again. It's worth noting that while Iron Man and Captain America were able to make amends regarding this incident, even though it took them quite a while, Bucky didn't really get a chance to fix things with Tony prior to his death in. Avengers: Endgame.
Marvel studios didn't have much of a chance for this to happen considering the events that followed Captain America: Civil War, but a brief interaction in Avengers: Endgame (2019) could have solved this loose end now in the general history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Especially since the Winter Soldier will have his own series on Disney + with Falcon and it would have been nice if he was at peace with Tony Stark.
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