Avengers Infinity War part 1 will finally bid adieu to one of its prominent characters, Robert Downey Junior (RDJ). It is known to everyone now that RDJ is becoming aged and getting older. It is a well-known fact by now that Avengers Infinity War part 1 will see the end of the character of Iron Man.
The character of Avengers Infinity movie, better known as the metal made hero will soon retire and will be ceasing to work with the Avengers team. This news will come as a shock to the fans but the makers have been planning this story-line of Avengers Infinity War movie since a long time. They have been planning this with every movie he’s been a part of.
The initiation of this new story-line in Avengers Infinity War part 1 began with Avengers Age of Ultron. It was Tony Stark who molded and founded Ultron from the shaft. The movie made him gain prominence as he was the one who created Ultron. Because of this we assume that Avengers Infinity War part 1 will see Iron Man in action. Tony Stark did the resurrection of Ultron without the consult of any other Avengers, the exception being that of Banner. Since the character of Avengers Infinity War movie’s ultimate goal was Ultron, Tony Stark had borne all the pain and havoc by himself and on his own.
Pondering over all these facts we conclude that this character of Avengers Infinity War part 1 has seen an overwhelming change, rather a transformation. A guy who was once a fun loving, sarcastic, genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist who wore an iron suit and was considered to be an alien killing machine, gradually changed into a guy who has the burden of loss of life on his shoulders because of his actions.
The story of the Avengers Infinity War movie now moves further to the movie Captain America: Civil War. There will be a face-off between Captain America and Tony Stark. The Avengers Infinity War part 1 character will be a villain in the movie and hence he will fight for all he has never been. He is being made the villain in the movie but that is what he believes in now.