The last time fans saw Pepper Potts, portrayed by actress Gwyneth Paltrow, she was on a jog with Tony Stark in Avengers: Infinity War. Potts and Stark were casually discussing their wedding and the possibility of having a son when Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, was called to duty.
A new piece of fan art allows fans to picture Pepper in her very own suit, one she would most likely wear to save her fiancé. Digital artist creativedesign16 recently posted a mockup of Potts wearing her Rescue armor to Instagram.
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Potts, who was the very first female power player in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is rumored to have a bigger role in Avengers: Endgame than fans originally thought.
Rumors about Potts sparked from various places, with one being her last words to Tony Stark in Infinity War. When Tony apologizes for leaving her so unexpectedly, she is heard saying, “I’m going to" before being cut off. Some fans reported that the subtitles actually claim Potts says, “I’m going too,” which gives a very different meaning to her words.
While Pepper Potts' fate directly following Thanos’ snap is unknown, multiple behind-the-scenes images of Paltrow confirm that Potts will almost definitely don her own suit in Endgame.
From the first Endgame trailer, fans know that Stark is stuck floating in space after Thanos wipes out half of the MCU. If the fan art predicts Potts' role in Endgame correctly, fans will be able to see one of her most memorable comic book appearances come to life on the big screen for the first time, possibly while she is saving Stark from space.
MCU fans will see if the fan art has any place in Avengers: Endgame when the movie hits theaters on April 26, 2019.