Quote1 I love you three thousand. Quote2
-- Morgan Stark src

Morgan Stark is the daughter of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts. She was conceived and born after the Snap. Morgan was raised in modest circumstances, despite her family's wealth. As a result, she did not grow up selfish, but seemed to lack any friends besides her parents friends, Rhodey Rhodes and Happy Hogan.

By 2023, Morgan showed interest in turning Captain America's shield into a sled. However, Tony managed to give it back to Cap before she could. Her existence was the primary reason Tony did not wish to mess with time travel, as he did not was to risk erasing the one good thing he created in his life. Following the death of her father, Morgan saw his last message to her, where he repeated her phrase "I love you 3000". After the ceremony, Morgan asked Happy for a cheeseburger, sparking the memory of when her father asked for one when he got rescued from the Ten Rings. Happy promised to get her as many as she wanted.[1]

Morgan shares similar tastes as her father. After her father's funeral, she asked Happy Hogan for a cheeseburger, to which Happy responded that he would get as many cheeseburgers as she wanted. Like any four year old, she tends to repeat words her parents say, including swears; having been watching her father work on time travel bracelets, she overheard him say a swear word in shock and repeated it. She shows an interest in Tony's tech as she liked playing dress up with the Rescue armor Pepper kept in the garage.

  • Morgan is named after an eccentric uncle of her mother.[2]
  • In a deleted scene for the film Avengers: Endgame, Katherine Langford portrayed a grown-up version of Morgan Stark, whom Tony would see in a vision after snapping his fingers; mirroring a similar moment between Thanos and a vision of Gamora in Avengers: Infinity War. According to the film's directors Joe and Anthony Russo, test audiences were confused by the scene, and it was ultimately cut because there was no emotional association with the adult version of Tony's daughter. The main idea behind the scene was to have future Morgan forgive Tony and give him peace before his death. Joe Russo explained that while the idea felt resonate, the movie was already overcomplicated.[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Avengers: Endgame
  2. Avengers: Infinity War
  3. Couch, Aaron (6 May 2019). Why Katherine Langford's 'Avengers: Endgame' Scene Was Cut. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved on 31 May 2019.

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