Downright hilarious—NASA was asked by Avengers fans to save Tony Stark after the release of the Endgame trailer. The best part is NASA responded to the call.


Marvel fans and movie buffs around the world are overjoyed with the recent release of the official trailer for Avengers: Endgame. It is a not-to-be-missed trailer for it has created great suspense and has teased fans to the extent that NASA has to be called in to save Tony Stark or better known as the Iron Man.

The beginning part of the trailer depicts Tony Stark recording a goodbye message to the love of his life, Miss Pepper Potts. It left fans wondering if he would really die in space.

Miss Pepper Potts, the love of Iron Man, Tony Stark. (Credit: Zach Tirrell/Flickr)

Glorious start of the trailer with Iron Man’s helmet, lying broken on the floor of a spaceship.

Tony pushes a button to start the voice recording of his goodbye message. Can we also appreciate the beautiful acting and cinematography here too?!

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The helpless man says, “Hey Miss Potts, if you find this recording, don’t feel bad about this. Part of the journey is the end. Just for the record, being adrift in space with zero promise of rescue is more fun than it sounds. Food and water ran out four days ago, oxygen will run out tomorrow morning, I mean.. when I drift off, I will dream about you. It’s always you.”

“I don’t feel so good…”

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Seeing Tony who has given up hope, concerned Marvel fans have turned to the only ones they believe could help Stark and rescue him—NASA.

One fan joked to NASA, “Please send a rescue team to Tony Stark. My boy is dying out there.”

Another hilariously said, “NASA, stop doing other things and just go to Tony Stark and rescue him or you will pay for it. Go, go, go.”

Another concerned fan tweeted to NASA, “Hey guys, on behalf of all the survivors I request you to please find Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man, a resident of 10-8-80 Malibu Point, 90265 Malibu, California. He is stuck somewhere in space without food and water and his oxygen is about to run out anytime now.”

Then, NASA responded without skipping a beat, “Hey Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for “Avengers, we have a problem.” But if he can’t communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man.”

NASA, you are such a good sport!

Marvel Studios response to NASA is equally good, “Appreciate any help you can provide.”

Well, we’re sure a genius like Tony Stark and his Avenger pals would find a way. The Avengers: Endgame marks the final film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise and premieres in April 2019, so stay tuned!

Catch the trailer here if you have missed it. Prepare to be astounded!

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