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‘Avengers: Endgame’: Robert Downey Jr. Responds to NASA’s Advice

Published on December 16th, 2018 | Updated on December 15th, 2018 | By FanFest

Tony Stark is trapped in space in the newest Avengers trailer, and NASA has given it’s professional advice. Robert Downey Jr. is now responding.

NASA expressed its will to save Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) from his life-threatening situation the trailer finds him in. It seems he’s drifting through space with only hours of air left. He has nobody to tell except his Iron Man helmet that is acting as a fancy recorder as he leaves his final message for his love for Pepper Potts.

Through Twitter, NASA offered some advice on how to save Stark.

They have directed the rest of the Avengers to listen for Stark signal which says “Avengers, we have a problem.”

NASA advised that if Stark comes down, the team on the ground should use all the resources to scour the skies to find Stark.

Marvel Studios through twitter they have responded to NASA’s advice in an grateful fashion.

Now, Iron Man actor has confirmed he’s seen the tweets. He responded Saturday saying, Always good to know has your back.

Whether he will take the advice? We’ll have to wait a few months to find out.

Some fans also zoomed in on one of the glass system labels in the initial photo NASA tweeted that actually says THOR. Obviously we know Thor as the hammer yielding God of Thunder, but apparently in space speak, he is something else entirely.

They explained that the name THOR is an acronym that stands for Thermal Operations and Resource.

If the title of the next Avengers is hinting at an “Endgame”, let’s hope it’s not Tony’s!

The trailer has provoked many questions such as, How much time has passed since Infinity War? Where’s Captain America’s beard? How did Scott Lang escape the Quantum Realm? Why is Tony so sad? How did he become trapped? Where’s Thanos? And more.

Avengers: Endgame hits theaters on April 26th, 2019.


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