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Avengers and X-Men to come together? When Nick Fury hinted at "mutants" and "radioactive bug bites" in 'Iron Man'!

DNA Sunday, 15 September 2019
In an alternate version of the post-credits scene from 'Iron Man', Nick Fury is seen mentioning 'mutants' and 'radioactive bug bites'.
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Robert Downey Jr. to Reprise 'Iron Man' Role According to Deadline, Robert Downey Jr. is set to star as Iron Man in the upcoming 'Black Widow' film. He has played the iconic superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2008. 'Black Widow,' starring Scarlett Johansson, is reportedly a prequel that...

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