During a visit to the Persian Gulf to show off the latest Stark Industries weaponry, Tony Stark was captured by the enemy and forced to build a new super weapon. Instead (with the assistance of renowned physicist and fellow prisoner Ho Yinsen) Stark crafted the first version of his now-famous powered battle armor. He soon escaped captivity, though Yinsen gave his life to buy Stark the few extra moments he needed to activate his armor.

Since that day, Stark has lived two lives: one as the playboy industrialist in charge of Stark Industries, and the other as the high-flying golden Avenger known as Iron Man!

To hear Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige tell it, the post- Avengers 4  Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to be a very different place, with new characters taking the place of existing favorites. 

The new  Vanity Fair   cover story on the future of the MCU makes it clear that the studio is looking toward an era in the near future where the likes of Chris(es) Evans and Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johannson have moved on to the Avengers Retirement Mansion. Hemsworth himself notes, on the set of the untitled fourth Avengers movie, that "this is going to be the last time we get to hang out like this." But what does that mean for those characters (and intellectual property) come 2019? Feige says in the piece the studio has "20 movies on the docket that are completely different from anything that’s come before—intentionally."

Throughout the years, Marvel's comic book output has laid the groundwork for a path forward for Marvel Studios as the original Avengers cast ages out of their roles; Steve Rogers has been replaced as Captain America on a number of locations, with the son of Odin also finding himself ousted as Thor a handful of times. (Most recently, by ex-girlfriend Jane Foster; Natalie Portman, call your agent.) Iron Man, however, is a more difficult character to replace on the big screen, for a number of reasons.

During a visit to the Persian Gulf to show off the latest Stark Industries weaponry, Tony Stark was captured by the enemy and forced to build a new super weapon. Instead (with the assistance of renowned physicist and fellow prisoner Ho Yinsen) Stark crafted the first version of his now-famous powered battle armor. He soon escaped captivity, though Yinsen gave his life to buy Stark the few extra moments he needed to activate his armor.

Since that day, Stark has lived two lives: one as the playboy industrialist in charge of Stark Industries, and the other as the high-flying golden Avenger known as Iron Man!

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