You Can Rent Iron Man's Cabin From Endgame On Airbnb To Help You Get Over The Movie's Ending

If only it came with Robert Downey Jr...

If you, like me, need a place to cry after everything that went down in Avengers: Endgame, we may have found the perfect place – Tony Stark’s cabin!

The cabin is listed on Airbnb and could be yours for around $1,155 a night – ouch!

Credit: Airbnb

According to Mashable, the listing was less than half that price before it was discovered by fans of the movie. Now, they’re clearly making the most of that discovery and are trying to market it to fans.

The listing reads, “Avengers Endgame fans… Would you like to stay in Tony Stark’s cabin? This is the iconic cabin in the movie!”

“Home and funeral scene location… Serious bookings ONLY! For those interested in booking huge Marvel Avengers Endgame fans… this IS the cabin!!!”

Credit: Disney

“You have full use of the cabin and the back porch for hanging out… taking photos and sending text/emails to friends regarding your stay in the Marvel Avengers Endgame cabin.

“Stand where [heroes]/stars stood for the wreath floating in the lake just a few feet away from you.”

The cabin fits six people and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and it’s only 30 minutes from Atlanta, Georgia.

It looks like the cabin is pretty booked out most weekends until November, so if you fancy a winter stay in the cabin, you better get in quick!

Spider-Man Star Tom Holland Lets Slip Another Spoiler That’s Divided Fans

Spoiler-Man's back!

While promoting Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland has accidentally let another spoiler slip but is he really in the wrong?

While appearing on The Graham Norton Show overnight, Tom revealed one of the major deaths from Avengers: Endgame.

“The film is a direct continuation of Avengers: Endgame so we deal with the ramifications of the blip, of the death of Tony Stark.”

“Sorry if anyone hasn’t seen the film! If you haven’t, then you’re living under a rock, to be honest.”

Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo, actually lifted the spoilers ban last month, so we can’t really see what’s so wrong with Tom saying Iron Man dies.

Plus, if you’ve seen the trailer for Far From Home, Tony’s death is made pretty damn obvious.

However, it seems that a lot of Marvel fans still haven’t seen the movie, which was released two months ago now, and many of them took to Twitter to slam the actor.

Many others defended the star:

Honestly, if people managed to avoid spoilers for two months, good for them, but they couldn’t seriously expect it to last forever?! It was one of the biggest films ever made and spoilers are bound to be released one way or another.

Unless Tom’s spoiling things from a movie that hasn’t been released, let’s cut the guy some slack!

I mean, it’s not like the time he thought an audience had already watched Infinity War and then walked in and shouted, “I’m alive!”

For your enjoyment, here’s Tom Holland spoiling stuff for four minutes…

Oh, and let’s not forget the time Mark Ruffalo revealed that “everybody dies” in Infinity War before it was released:

So, let’s just be glad it wasn’t a whole lot worse!

Marvel Boss Kevin Feige Defends The Way Avengers: Endgame Handled Their First Openly Gay Character

"There’s much more prominent LGBT heroes in the future."

In recent months Kevin Feige has made it very clear that Marvel will be casting an increasingly diverse group of people and including more LGBT heroes in the near future.

While that’s great news, many fans were disappointed in how the studio handled their first openly gay character in Avengers: Endgame.

The character, who was played by co-director Joe Russo and was referred to as Grieving Man, appeared in a the grief counselling scene with Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and spoke about the man he loved and lost in the Snap.

The mention was very casual and some may have even missed it if they weren’t paying attention.

Many fans saw a missed opportunity and were upset that the character was an unnamed man and featured as more of a cameo.

Speaking with Gizmodo, Feige addressed the disappointed fans, saying the Grieving Man wasn’t intended to be such a big deal in the MCU.

“That was never meant to be our first focused character. That was just meant to be a matter of fact and a matter of life and a matter of truth. And I liked it that our hero, Steve Rogers, doesn’t blink an eye at that fact.

“It is just truth and is heartbreaking for his loss and for the life he’s trying to put back together. It was never meant to be looked at as our first hero. I guess it’s the first reference so it does, of course, get a lot of attention.

“We haven’t been shy about saying that that’s coming and that there’s much more prominent LGBT heroes in the future.”

While it wasn’t meant to be as big a deal as it became, this was likely because the day before the film’s release Deadline shared the news of the character as a “mild spoiler” with the consent of the filmmakers. This was a big deal considering the whole #DontSpoilTheEndgame stuff in the lead up to the film’s release.

At the time, Joe and Anthony Russo said “representation is really important” to them and after doing four MCU movies they “really wanted a gay character somewhere in them”.

So, it’s unsurprising fans were pretty excited to find out more about this character and then felt a little let down when they saw the scene.

Victoria Alonso, Marvel’s executive vice-president of production, told Vulture recently the studio is “determined” to include a diverse roster of heroes, villains and supporting characters moving forward.

Casting director Sarah Halley Finn, who has worked on every Marvel film since Iron Man in 2008, also said we’ll be seeing a lot of new faces very soon.

“You’re gonna see even more new faces — and faces from all different backgrounds, all ages, all ethnicities, LGBTQ, people who are differently abled.”

Feige also told the publication at the time they are open to changing the established genders, ethnicities and sexualities of their comic characters for the film versions. They have done this already with characters like Heimdall, played by Idris Elba, and Valkyrie, played by Tessa Thompson.

Considering how many people watch Marvel films, it’s so important that the studio follows through with this promise.

After all, with great power comes great responsibility.

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