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Avengers: Endgame directors Explained "I love you 3,000" Theory Finally

Ever since Avengers: Endgame was published, fans have been theorizing the deeper meaning behind Tony Stark's now-famous "I love you 3,000" line.
In case you forgot, Iron Man said the words to his daughter Morgan as he put her to bed, and they were later returned through a hologram at his funeral.
One of the theories going around is that it is a nod to the alleged runtime of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe of 3,000 minutes – though Endgame executives the Russo brothers aren't buying it.



Sorry, guys — *apparently* the runtime of all the movies equaling 3,000 minutes (as in, ) is just a coincidence! 😭🤔

Catch much more of our interview with the @Russo_Brothers tonight on Deco!    

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"We worked really hard to make sure… we've been planning that since Winter Soldier," Joe Russo joked to Deco Drive. "No, I mean that is absolutely coincidental, we're not that smart."
Anthony Russo added: "It's hard enough to make these movies, trying to hit a minute count like that seems off the mark."
Sorry guys, you're probably looking too deeply into it.
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Endgame is due to be released back in cinemas very soon to try and beat Avatar's highest-grossing movie record let fans enjoy it once again on the big screen.
After that, fans will be able to enjoy the movie at home – and the trailer for its home release includes the touching moment where Iron Man devotes himself. So prepare to sob all over again.
Avengers: Endgame is out now.
Avengers: Endgame directors Explained "I love you 3,000" Theory Finally Avengers: Endgame directors Explained "I love you 3,000" Theory Finally Reviewed by Naomi on June 28, 2019 Rating: 5

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