Tony Stark Meets His Adult Daughter In ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Deleted Scene

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One scene, for example, that was eventually deleted, shows Tony Stark meeting his grown-up daughter. That’s right, the folks over at Marvel had an incredibly emotional scene in store for us before deciding not to use it.

Right, SPOILER ALERT, at the end of the film Tony Stark AKA Iron Man, sacrificed himself for the benefit of the universe by utilising the Infinity Stones to kill Thanos.

Yet, despite what we know about that scene, it wasn’t originally supposed to be the the curtain call for Stark.

In the metaphysical world he finds himself in, his daughter Morgan tells him: “I’m happy that we had the time that we did, and that you were there for me…until you couldn’t be.”

Tony responds: “If you’re happy, I’m happy.”

Morgan then tells her dad that she loves him, to which Tony responds: “I love you, 3000.”

If you’re wondering why the film’s directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, decided to throw this particular scene on the editing room floor, they actually clarified so during the directors commentary.

They claimed the scene with Morgan “felt similar” to the next scene, in which Tony Stark pretty much gives his own eulogy. The directorial duo thought that it “ground the movie to a halt”.

Tony Russo explained: “Because this adult version of Morgan, his daughter, was never in the film, as we would watch it in post we started to feel like we didn’t have a lot of emotional connection, even though this is a wonderful actor, to the character because we’d never seen her before.”

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