The Saga of Infinity, that story that Marvel Studios began to tell more than a decade ago with the first Iron Man, will conclude next week with the premiere of Spider-Man: Far Form Home, and although the film already anticipates several tributes to Tony Stark after his departure, some fans want him to do even more and complete a pretty ambitious theory.
After this Tuesday revealed that Spider-Man: Far Form Home will be extended by 129 minutes, a handful of media and fans were quick to point out that this figure would take the total duration of the films included in the MCU to 3000 minutes.
Clearly it would be the ultimate reference to the phrase “I love you 3000”, Spider-Man Far from Home full movie the famous expression of affection that Morgan Stark told his father before he was helping the rest of the heroes in Avengers: Endgame and that is also one of the last things Tony says in the movie.
However, although this would be quite remarkable, the data that supports this theory is wrong.
The reports that support this approach are based on a tweet that went viral for the first time shortly after the debut of Endgame. This publication does not contain official data and, for example, presents differences in the durations of Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel that in the long run are key to reach or not the precious number 3000.