Fans finally got to see the first Avengers 4 trailer yesterday. The trailer was full of darkness. The footage in the trailer could be summed up as the wreckage of the events of Infinity War. No time travel is indicated in the movie and there is no evidence of a time jump which was heavily rumored among the masses. But then, we can’t really expect that much from the trailers. The Russos are well aware of how smart the fans are and so they would tread carefully with what is shown in the trailers.
The very first shot of the trailer is Tony Stark’s helmet. Tony goes on to record a last message for Pepper on the off chance that she gets to that recording somehow. He expresses what the current status of the ship is and how his death seems nigh. There was something off in this scene. We know that Tony’s suit is nanotech. So how is he able to detach his helmet from the rest of the suit?
Tony’s nanotech suit has been described as a combination of nanotech and liquid metal. In The Art of Avengers: Infinity War booklet, Phil Saunders stated, “This is liquid metal. And when you’re dealing with liquid metal and nanotechnology, you’re not going to use nanotech to form bolts and screws and rigid sheet metal panels and stuff like that. It just doesn’t make sense. So the first thing we were thinking about was ‘Okay, how do we maintain something that’s still grounded as an ironman suit but it makes sense in that it’s liquid metal?
Do you think this scene constitutes a plot hole as far as Tony’s suit is concerned?
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