Rumor has it that Robert Downey Jr. will come back to the MCU if Disney can manage the cost of whatever galactic asking value the on-screen character has supposedly advanced. While “news” about the on-screen character’s pay requests might be bogus — simply one more story proliferating the talking plant and building more promotion around an over-advertised establishment — how about we think about that as arrival is alluring and conceivable.
We should consider, for a minute, that Robert Downey Jr. is discussing strolling back onto a Marvel set as Tony Stark. By what means would it be advisable for him to make his reemergence and, possibly progressively significant, when would it be a good idea for him to bounce into that Iron suit again… for the wellbeing of bygone eras?
On the off chance that Robert Downey Jr is going to come back to the MCU, he should hold up until all expectation is lost — until the furious online conversation encompassing Iron Man’s arrival calms to a mutter — until the bubbling discussion turns into a simple stew. Until the MCU’s fire is rupturing extinguishment, until what survives from Kevin Feige’s hair is totally dim, and RDJ starts brandishing New Balance.
Robert Downey Jr. needs to hold up at least 10 years, if not more, for his arrival to hold weight. A quick response would be in the administration of fan fulfillment, and it would lessen the noteworthiness his Endgame penance at present conveys. Passing issues since it is conclusive; you remove the irrevocability, and it stops to hold its worth.
While the MCU could figure out how to bring Stark back by means of time tinkering or multiverse enchantment, such should be postponed until his passing is never again the sole epitome of his present standing — until his demise turns into a bit of his excursion, rather than its portrayal — the imprint he has left on the establishment.
Along these lines, with respect to when Robert Downey Jr. should restore, the MCU needs to give it time. Concerning how, one choice appears as though it would fit with the MCU’s shtick — an endless exercise in careful control of diversion, activity, and conclusion.