apparently howard stark and llane wrynn have the same actor why does he keep popping up where i least expect him??

but it is kinda weird?? to the point its kind of concerning??

in two movies hes played a dark haired rich dad who has facial hair (its kind of similar on both) who owns an empire (company or a kingdom) and who dies early in the life of his son, who is one of the main characters of the franchise who goes on to fight evil

is it like… his thing???

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Peggy Carter is Tony Stark’s godmother AU

When she wasn’t telling her godson bedtime stories about Captain America, she was pulling him out of his depression when his parents were killed. Either way, Tony Stark is the son she never had and Peggy is the loving guardian that Tony always deserved.

(this is my headcanon and I’m sticking to it. Also, yes, that is baby RDJ)

Love the Easter eggs in the first trailer, like an unexpected appearance from Dr. Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) in Parker’s classroom

Tony Stark’s late father, Howard, also makes a cameo via a mural at Parker’s school 

But the Easter egg we really need explained is why Peter Parker has the same shirt Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) wore to bed with Tony Stark in Iron Man 3.

Yep. Gotta love those Easter eggs.

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One of the reasons that Tony is hesitant to take on the role of mentor with Peter is because of Obadiah Stane.

We all know that Tony has a hard time trusting anyone and that he genuinely does care about Peter. But Obadiah’s betrayal not only as a business partner, father figure and mentor just shattered his faith in himself in that role for Peter.

Setting aside everything that happened with the Avengers in the Civil War, Tony really does care about Peter and taking on the role of mentor and defacto father figure scares him not only with Stane’s betrayal but Tony’s own lack of connection with his own father, Howard. So him embracing this role not only will help him heal from CW but helps him get passed Stane’s betrayal and Howard’s lack of parenting, and shows Tony that he can be that person that people can rely on not just as a teammate but as family.