Avengers fans are pleading with NASA and Elon Musk to save Tony Stark after grim Endgame trailer
Its only been a couple days since theAvengers trailer for the next film in the third phase was released, but Endgame doesnt look good for Tony Stark already.
Now fans of the franchise have voiced their worry for Iron Man going so far as to pester NASA to within an inch of its social media to get up there and rescue the guy.
Because, if you didnt know, hes run out of food and water and the oxygen will only last another day.
Yes, its a bleak AF work following Thanos Snap.
But surely all those NASA funds can be put to good use by getting the International Space Station to just swing by and pick old mate up, right?
The trailer begins with Tony Stark leaving a message for Pepper Potts, telling her part of the journey is the end as he detailed his lack of food and air. Which is handy in living.
And its just not flying with fans as they took to Twitter in droves this weekend to annoy the space agency in helping get Tony back down to Earth with his buddies.
@NASA can you pls save tony stark ( also known as iron man) he is stuck somewhere in space & his oxygen supply is running out , pls find him at all cost , thank you
— virubash pugazh (@virubash) December 9, 2018
Can you please save Tony Stark. Please, For the sake of our world.
— Abdullaziz W. (@AbdelazizWaelF) December 9, 2018
@NASA Please Look for Mr Tony Stark on space. he is wondering on a ship alone. please save him nasa. thank u very much. he is the only hope in order to finish thanos once and for all
— *Nitish k* (@NitishK63745666) December 9, 2018
@NASA Hey guys…
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. Heres his pic- pic.twitter.com/N3aDeVemFH
— Siddharth Sharma (@sid_371) December 8, 2018
Another said: @NASA so yall just gonna let my boy die like that?!? After all Tony Stark has done for us?!?
One just got super pleady as they added: @NASA please help Tony stark our iron man from space he ran out of food and oxygen ends up tomorrow morning pls pls pls pls.
And when people thought NASA werent hearing their prayers, they began to message the next best bet.
Thats right, punters enlisted the help of Tesla boss Elon Musk.
HEY @elonmusk Tony Stark is stranded and dying somewhere in space. NASA wont save him. Please can you?
ps look out for a purple space daddy wearing a blinging glove
— Steve Thorner (@Draco_MalfoyII) December 9, 2018
@SpaceX hey , since @NASA won't save tony stark, we're just wondering if maybe you could…
The Human Race
— Key Yawn (@Itskeeyan) December 9, 2018
We wonder whether Houston has a problem with such a feat, seeing as theyre getting a fresh message every five minutes about saving their boy Stark.
However with the release of the trailer, there was a massive plot hole with Iron Man that had fans wondering what was going on, as the theories sparked up immediately.
Instead of going gooey over the emotional moment, some had more pressing concerns like – how could Tony take his helmet off if his suit is created from Nanotech?
In Infinity War when Tony, Doctor Strange and Wong battled Thanos henchmen, Tony managed to suit up all in one smooth action simply by pressing his Arc reactor. Fans wondered how, since he could put on the suit in one movement before, he was able to remove his helmet to send a message back home.
Seems they took a minute off wondering to message NASA. For all our sakes, not just Tonys, can we please sort this issue out ASAP.
Avengers: Endgame is out 26 April 2019.
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