After all the whispers and speculations, “Avengers 4” finally has an official title — “Avengers: Endgame.” The revelation came along with the trailer of the much-anticipated movie, and it showed Tony Stark a.k.a Iron Man, played by Robert Downey Jr., drifting through space. Reality then finally sinks in that the upcoming installment is going to be the end of an era.
Being one of the most popular and beloved characters in the Avengers franchise, Marvel fans were heartbroken to see Iron Man in such an unfortunate situation. In fact, some even went as far as asking for NASA’s help to rescue everybody’s favorite genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist.
The “Avengers: Endgame” trailer opened with Tony Stark leaving a voice recording for Pepper Potts:
“Dear Miss Potts, if you find this recording don’t feel bad about this, part of the journey is the end. Just for the record being adrift in space with zero promise of rescue is more fun than it sounds. Food and water ran out four days ago, oxygen will run out tomorrow morning, and I mean it, when I drift off I will dream about you, it’s always you.”
Heartbroken fans were so desperate for Iron Man’s survival that they rang NASA for help on social media.
“Dear @NASA, PLEASE please find Tony Stark that poor guy is floating somewhere up in space and is running out of oxygen. WE NEED YOUR HELP,” one fan tweeted. “NASA please send a rescue team for Tony Stark. my boi is dying out there,” another one wrote.
After a lot of tags on Twitter, NASA was left with no choice but to reply.
“Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for ‘@Avengers, we have a problem.’ But if he can’t communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man.”
Is this the endgame for Iron Man?
Watch the “Avengers: Endgame” trailer here:
Artist Tweaks Iconic Album Covers By Replacing Musicians With Cute Kittens
This is purr-fection!
If you're a cat loving person who's also a huge music fan, today is your lucky day. As you can tell from the headline and photo above, one digital artist has taken it upon himself to tweak some of the most iconic album covers in music history - by removing the musicians and replacing them with cats.
It's an adorable idea that has since attracted a lot of attention and love on social media On top of that, several news sites have also featured the story.
Meet digital artist Alfra Martini (also known as 'aymvisuals'), creator of The Kitten Covers. As you can tell, he came up with the cool idea of reimagining album covers as if they came from "a world dominated by kittens" - and now the internet can't get enough of his work.
Check out the cover recreations and be prepared fo some cuteness overload! ...
Julia Roberts’ Aging ‘Holes’ Headline Typo is Both Awkward and Hilarious
Don’t you just wish your ‘holes’ age as gracefully?
We all make mistakes and that's a fact of life. But when a 'leading' newspaper the size of The Post-Journal makes one, it's bound to create a different story — especially if it involves a well-known star like Julia Roberts.
An upstate newspaper called The Post-Journal may just have snagged what could have been the 'typo of the year' award with their latest story about Julia Roberts.
7 Celebrity Couples Who Met Online
#6 is a superfan’s dream come true!
Finding love is so much easier these days, thanks to online dating. However, it looks like regular people aren't the only ones who could get lucky on the internet. A few celebrity couples actually met online and some of them are proof that internet romances can work.
Although fans are always hoping for the best, some affairs simply don't last for long. Glee star Naya Rivera started following rapper Big Sean on Twitter before the musician asked her out on a date. The two announced their engagement after six months of dating but ultimately called it off in 2014. Here are seven other celebrity couples who got their start from the internet.
1. Calvin Harris And Rita Ora