No Tony Stark in Captain America or Thor

Our assumption was to big. Tony Stark won’t be appearing in any sort of way on Marvel’s next two big films: Captain America and Thor. Iron Man 1 and 2 director, John Favreau, pretty much confirms this won’t happen.

MTV reports:

“[Downey’s] not in Thor, he’s not in Cap which are the two movies for next Summer,” “I’ll be very interesting to see how the Marvel Universe branches off. All of these movies are going to be taken into account for The Avengers in two years.” “I’m not sure where The Avengers goes,’ continued Favreau. “There is no shooting draft written yet. It’s gonna be a big undertaking for Marvel to actually incorporate what happened in Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America [and] The Hulk.’ All that has to inform one unified vision in The Avengers.’ It’s a very exciting prospect. And certainly, Tony Stark is not going to be involved in any of the movies until that one.”

As much as I would’ve loved Stark to at least make a cameo in one or both of these films, I don’t mind it. It would’ve been awesome, but oh well. Having these films being made and released, for me, is enough. I’m all for the idea that Iron Man should at least be referenced or hinted at in both movies, or at least one. That would make fans excited.

Iron Man 3 is a no-brainer; but the question is: Does it come before or after The Avengers?

What do you guys think?

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