They confirm that Iron Man knew the multiverse before Avengers: Endgame

Marvel movies will expand the multiverse after the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019), but Iron Man / Tony Stark was already familiar with that concept.

The spectacular book The Wakanda Files, deals with the technological aspects of Marvel Cinematic Universe and it also reveals very interesting details. Like for example that Hombre de Hierro I already knew the multiverse and the ramifications of time travel before the team began the events of Avengers: Endgame.

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When Earth's mightiest heroes traveled back in time to seize the Infinity Stones, the old man warned Bruce Banner that this would create alternate timelines and break the balance of the multiverse. Fortunately the two characters finally reached a compromise, as Hulk He promised that he would return the Gems to their original reality when they were done with them. Something that took over Steve Rogers after the battle against Thanos. In addition, that also served him to travel to the past and stay with his beloved Peggy carter.

Tony Stark knew everything.

According to the archives of Wakanda just published, written by Shuri, the sister of T’Challa (Black Panther), the character of Hombre de Hierro He already knew what would happen if they went ahead with their plan. In a message that he leaves for Bruce Banner, Tony Stark speculates: “Altering past events could never affect the continuous loop. However, it could create tangential split timelines. "

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Of course, it makes sense for the smartest man in the world to predict such an outcome, but Hombre de Hierro He doesn't seem fazed by the idea at all. "Let's not worry about that just yet, right? One reality at a time. To protect our sanity ”, he also points out.

Still, he couldn't have known for sure what would happen. However, fortunately for them, Bruce Banner he came up with a solution and the plan went smoothly. Even if that meant the death of Hombre de Hierro.

The movie Avengers: Endgame it was vague about the rules of reality, so there are still a lot of things we don't know. Hopefully, however, future Marvel Cinematic Universe movies like Spider-man 3 (2021) or Doctor Strange and the multiverse of madness (2022) will give us much more information. It's a shame that Hombre de Hierro he will no longer be there to guide the rest of the heroes. | Cinema, comics and series