The initial Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer subtly hinted the possibility that rumors of Iron Man returning to the MCU are real.
The latest Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer subtly suggested that the rumors of Iron Man is coming back are true. Robert Downey Jr. has been sacked from his MCU part as Iron Man in Joe as well as Anthony Russo’s Avengers Endgame. Despite the fan demand but there’s no evidence to suggest that Tony Stark is returning to the character anytime in the near future — at least not until this point.
In the beginning, as its first hero, Marvel Studios had to be cautious about the way they concluded the Iron Man arc. Thankfully, despite the pressure and pressure, the Russos managed to come up with the way to accomplish and tragically. When Stark had finally come to peace and peace together with Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) as well as their daughter, Morgan (Lexi Rabe) He had sacrifice himself in order to beat Thanos (Josh Brolin). While it was heartbreaking as the conclusion of his tale was it’s also a the poetic justice of it given that he began his life as an industrialist who was self-centered. Although the possibility of his returning is never considered a possibility, Iron Man may be returning to the MCU sooner than first thought.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘ first trailer has been released, giving fans the first glimpse of the blockbuster that is highly anticipated. The trailer was so dense in its focus on the absurdity of its story. The announcement of the possibility that Patrick Stewart is back as Professor X was also a scene stealer. In the midst of this chaos Marvel Studios may have utilized the clip to suggest that the speculations about Iron Man returning are true. In one scene of the clip, Doctor Strange is escorted by a series of drones, who are then given to what could be the MCU’s version the Illuminati. The existence of these robotics could be a sign of Stark’s involvement. They appear to be superior Iron Man Ultron robots from comics. The possibility is that the actor could be part of the powerful , influential council responsible for holding Doctor Strange accountable potentially for his role with Spider-Man The Last Stand: No Way Home..
To give some context, Iron Man was part of the first Illuminati roster of comics. Iron Man is being joined by Black Bolt, Namor, Reed Richards, Doctor Strange as well as Professor X. The last two have been known to have been part of the mentioned encounter within Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Namor is believed to be introduced into the MCU through Black Panther: Wakanda Forever The same as Mr. Fantastic and speculations suggesting the possibility that John Krasinki is set to play Fantastic The Four’s chief. In the meantime, Marvel Studios can easily locate a way to get the leader of the Inhumans. With these in mind it’s likely the character Tony Stark is indeed also expected to appear in the sequel. However, we aren’t likely to see Downey to reprise his part since it’s not a possibility in the MCU. However, Marvel Studios could be making a new versionone performed by Tom Cruise.
If you think about how the variants and multiverse are used in the MCU The MCU could easily introduce diverse versions of its characters , with only a small impact on their Sacred Timeline. Therefore, the introduction of the Iron Man variant in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness might not have as significant influence on the continuity in the future. However, Marvel Studios could just utilize him to tell the story that they’re telling.