NASA Trolls Avengers Fans With Tips on How to Find Tony Stark
NASA has got in on the excitement surrounding the release of the latest Avengers trailer by Tweeting some tips on how to look for somebody lost in Space.
‘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,’ the American Space Agency tweeted along with an image of the Mission Control Room.
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 pic.twitter.com/zavXrsPljq— NASA (@NASA) December 9, 2018
The trailer already viewed over 40M times
The trailer for ‘Avengers: End Game’ opens with a scene of Tony Stark drifting in space with 'no chance of rescue'. Stark dictates a message to Pepper Potts explaining how he had run out of supplies and was also soon to lose oxygen.
Fans of the Avenger series had been hounding NASA on Twitter using the agency to divert resources to assist in Starks rescue.
@NASA Hey guys...— sweetu soni (@soni_sweetu) December 9, 2018
On behalf of all the survivors I request you to pls find Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man, resident of 10-8-80 Malibu Point, 90265, Malibu, CA. He is stuck somewhere in space without food and water with oxygen about to run out anytime now.. #SaveHim pic.twitter.com/ac2KZgnhRP
NASA’s tongue -in-cheek response will no doubt create even more fan hysteria. Avengers:End Game is set to be released in April next year.
Co-writer of the film, Christopher Markus explained what to expect in the next film “[Endgame] doesn’t do what you think it does. It is a different movie than you think it is...Also…[the deaths are] real. I just want to tell you it’s real, and the sooner you accept that the sooner you will be able to move on to the next stage of grief.”
The new film will 'blow fans' mind'
"Put it this way," co-writer Stephen McFeely added. “I think [Infinity War] is a fairly mature movie for a blockbuster. It’s got a lot of fun in it, obviously, but boy, it gets very mature. The second one is also mature."
"We’re going to own these choices, and hopefully surprise and delight you and get you invested. It’s by the same studio, the same filmmaking team. They were written at the same time, shot at the same time. They’re clearly connected, but they are definitely two different movies, one of which is dependent on what happened previous.”
The Avengers series is based on the Marvel comic of the same title. The film is likely to smash box office records when it gets released next year. The first trailer for Endgame has already been watched over 40 million times on YouTube. The film's predecessor, “Avengers: Infinity War” made $2 billion at the box office.
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