Warning: This post contains SPOILERS for Avengers: Infinity War
Sebastian Stan can't help but make fun of a fellow hero's final line in Avengers: Infinity War. Marvel Studios waited 10 years to fully bring Thanos into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and his introduction ended with devastation. After he successfully gathered all six Infinity Stones, the Mad Titan wiped away half of the universe's population with the snap of his fingers. This resulted in several major heroes turning to dust in Infinity War's final moments.
The act left plenty of people shocked, especially over the fact that Marvel would end a movie on such a note, but other viewers didn't feel the same level of impact thanks to the studio's long-term plans. It did give characters their best moments, especially Spider-Man. However, the internet has run wild with his death in particular, creating a variety of memes based on the film's ending. And seems like his Avengers co-stars are now joining in on the fun.
One of the other heroes to turn to dust was Bucky Barnes aka White Wolf (formerly known as the Winter Soldier); he was actually the first one to go. That gave Sebastian Stan a brief moment of horror and only allowed for Bucky to say, "Steve," before he was gone. Stan held a Q&A at Wizard World Philly this weekend and was asked about his final line, but more importantly, how he believes the sentence would've ended. Instead of taking things seriously, Stan humorously mentioned that Bucky would've said, "Steve... I don't feel so good."
SEBASTIAN YOU DID NOT JUST SAY THAT 😥😂 pic.twitter.com/IeqFrhIjf6— captain* (@iamgeekingout) May 19, 2018
Tom Holland's line, "I don't feel so good," has become a major focus online. Even though it works for the purpose of the movie, the internet hasn't stopped having fun with it. Stan joining in one the gag is great, especially since he clearly did it to elicit the exact reaction it got from the packed crowd. After all, this is all in good fun between the actors and will, hopefully, continue to be a running gag for years to come.
However, this isn't just another example of how to have fun with this line, as it also continues Sebastian Stan's "rivalry" with Holland. Stan and fellow MCU co-star Anthony Mackie have been hazing Holland since the beginning and have yet to let up. It began during the Captain America: Civil War press tour and has been a constant joke ever since then. Holland hasn't totally sat out the interplay either, making a clever response to Mackie last year. It was even part of what Mackie told Screen Rant while promoting Infinity War when he said he could be a better Spider-Man. Unfortunately, for them, they were all victims of Thanos' snap. So, if they are still alive somewhere, they're trapped together.
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