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You Can Now Rent Tony Stark’s Cabin From Endgame On Airbnb

But it doesn’t come cheap.

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Tony Stark had it pretty rough throughout the course of Avengers: Endgame but at least he got to enjoy a little time in his quaint little cabin in the woods.

After being rescued from his doomed space pod, Stark started a new life with Pepper and their daughter Morgan in a scenic little log cabin.

If like me, you thought that it actually looked pretty nice, turns out you could stay there yourself.

The ‘Lakeside cabin in the woods’ is listed on Airbnb and is based just outside Atlanta.

It boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms as well as wireless internet and an indoor fireplace. However it’s by no means cheap, setting you back around £630 a night.


The listing reads:

“Set on private property in the middle of beautiful Bouckaert Farm and home of Chattahoochee Hills Eventing this guest cabin can be your home away from home.

“Need to get away from it all without traveling more than 30 minutes from Atlanta? Need to have a corporate retreat with your elite team? Need to come take the kids fishing and watch a horse show? Then this is your place.

“Avengers Endgame fans… Would you like to stay in Tony Stark’s cabin? This is the iconic cabin in the movie!”


It’s definitely one for the die-hard Marvel fans out there.

We recently learned that one of Tony Stark’s best Endgame moments came thanks to Robert Downey Jr.’s improvisation.

At the beginning of the film, we see Stark finally return to earth, unsurprisingly he’s pretty delirious, malnourished and not his usual self.

During this time we see him confront Steve Rogers, who tries to encourage Tony to help with a plan to bring everyone back. Only Tony isn’t sold on the idea and in his state he gets angry with Rogers, labelling him a liar.

After not seeing each other since their confrontation in Civil War, it’s understandable that Tony may be a little peeved with the Cap, citing his promise of “losing together” a reference made in Age of Ultron, before branding him a liar for saying so.

Turns out that was completely off-the-cuff.

“I think that was one of Downey’s most inspired performance moments in the movie. He very much reverts to, this is the guy who felt forsaken by his father – you can see his intimacy and trust issues in that moment when he turns on Cap. Downey performed the scene with a lot of energy. We didn’t do it many times, because he was expending himself so, so much. He understood it very well.” Anthony Russo told Empire.

The scene stands out as it’s probably the most vulnerable we had ever seen Iron Man by this point, a character who is usually so self-assured and composed.

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