Tony Stark was the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first hero and he left us at the end of Avengers: Endgame. The official script for Avengers: Endgame is now being dissected, thanks to Disney posting it as part of awards consideration. One part that’s now catching attention is the section after Tony’s snap, when he’s dying.
Tony’s final words spoken on screen aren’t in the script — maybe another Robert Downey Jr. improvisation, one of many — and his final thoughts are unspoken. But the final sentence that runs through his mind is noted in italics on page 135 of the script. Just two words to Pepper Potts, and they are heartbreaking.
This is after Rhodey rushes to Tony, then Peter Parker has his speech that it’s OK, “Mr. Stark, we won. You did it, sir.” On screen, Tom Holland adds “I’m sorry, Tony.” After Peter leaves, Pepper Potts kneels down and says “Hey.” Tony’s final spoken words on screen are a pained “Hey, Pep.” Pepper gets the update that Tony’s life functions are critical. That’s when she smiles and says, “Tony, look at me. We’re going to be okay