It doesn’t make a difference that Tony Stark died in Avengers: Endgame and got a saint’s burial service highlighting pretty much every player of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans, despite everything, need him back. Furthermore, as reckless as the MCU plays with the laws of time and nature, it’s not feasible.
In all actuality, by this point, Downey most likely wouldn’t return for something besides a little job or a voiceover, yet it may be conceivable now that the multiverse has presented.
Will Iron Man Will Be Back?
For a long time, comic books have toyed with the concept of parallel universes referred to all in all as the multiverse – circles of presence where one specific saint can carry on with their life uniquely in contrast to the great story most easygoing fans know.
For a long time, superhuman motion pictures and TV shows didn’t present the idea because the innovation wasn’t there, and there was an inclination that the multiverse might confound fans.
The way that Downey is playing bashful in these meetings makes me wonder if discussions as of now have occurred, and if RDJ may know that more Iron Man is in the cards for his future.
Then again, it’d be savvy of him to stand by longer, with the goal that the effect of his passing in Avengers: Endgame truly can be felt. Ought to Tony come back to the MCU after a film or two, at that point his penance to stop Thanos (Josh Brolin) will be to a higher degree a contrivance, and the passionate punch it landed will be reduced.