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"He's my friend." "So was I."

Also known as the most upsetting line in the Civil War trailer. We should have known we weren't ready you guys. For this Friday's Feels, let's reexamine the tumultuous relationship Tony and Steve had in the movies so far. Because we're masochists of course.

They got off to a rough start.

They clashed almost immediately in the first Avengers movie. "Big man in a suit of armor, take that away and what are you?" "Everything special about you came out of a bottle." They both managed to see each other's insecurities and they were ruthless about them.

They made up... sort of.

Tony showed everyone how selfless he really is, and Steve proved himself not just as a soldier but as a leader, not just a man out of time. They came together and made it through shawarma...
And that's probably as long as their truce lasted.

Because Tony screwed up big time in Age of Ultron.

Well, in Natasha's words:
Tony was trying to create a safer world with Ultron. Instead he did basically the opposite. Whoops?
Steve is not great at concealing rage.

Did they part on good terms?

Sort of. Tony seems to be done Avenging (which was how Iron Man 3 ended, so that's not really a surprise) and Steve sounds committed to the path he's on. Not enemies... but is this a friendship that could survive whatever Marvel wants to throw at it next?
Oh god. We're all going to be ruined by this movie, aren't we?
I honesty don't know how to feel about this movie. It's going to be good, but there is also going to possible be a lot of ruined friendships through out it. I'm looking forward to the movie, but at the same time, I know it's going to be crazy.
@shannonI5 Yeah, its gonna destroy us all, but we're going to be happy about it. xD
@kneelb4zod I think it has potential? Chris Evans' contract will be up so the timing would work out there. I don't think the California and then teleport to NYC detail will happen if only because it seems like they're going more international with their version of the act. And it feels like (based on the amount of screen time he had in the trailer) this will focus a LOT more on Bucky (which makes sense as it's a Cap movie, not an Avengers/ensemble one). Personally I hope that they're building up to the Young Avengers to go along with the Inhumans but that's so far down the line it's really hard to say
do you think it'll end like the comics
@kneelb4zod definitely. I want to buy into it because it's a great story, so I'm hoping that this movie will do the work they need to build that relationship up
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