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If death can’t keep a super-dad from his super-son, why should a measly rights dispute? Tony Stark and Peter Parker—whoops, we mean Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland—reunited for a desert hike despite the breakdown in negotiations between Disney and Sony for the rights to Spider-Man. (Sorry for the spoilers, but if you haven’t seen Avengers: Endgame yet, that’s your problem).

Tom posted a series of photos of himself and RDJ Thursday after what appears to be a hike in the California summer sun. In the final pic, the two have retired to the blessed indoors to play with their own action figures. Ah, to be famous.

 

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We did it Mr Stark!

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Things we can confirm from this post: Tommy and RDJ seem to have the same relationship off-screen as they do on; RDJ’s sunglasses game once again confirms he is the living, breathing Tony Stark; and they both totally bring those action figures out regularly. I mean, come on.

This hangout has struck a nerve with fans who are grieving Spider-Man’s indefinite departure from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony (which owns the rights to Spider-Man) announced earlier this week that they weren’t able to come to an agreement with Disney (which owns the rest of the MCU) to continue the current iteration of the franchise. That means Spider-Man: Far From Home is likely the last time Tom Holland will play the character either in a solo film or in an ensemble Avengers movie.

While RDJ’s Tony Stark is technically out of the franchise, too that hasn’t stopped him from leaning even more into his character post-Endgame. Thursday night he went full Stark at the Pasadena Rolling Stones concert where he announced that NASA named a rock on Mars “Rolling Stones Rock” in honour of the legendary band. Downey may have started his career as an actor, but you better believe he’s going to end it like a space-obsessed tech billionaire.

 

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