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The RDJ Line From An Avengers: Endgame Blooper That Fans Still Love

The "Avengers: Endgame" cast got along swimmingly, and by the time the final film in Phase 3 was shot, the group was closer than ever. When you get to work with your friends nonstop for the duration of a film's production, there's likely to be a fir amount of goofing around, which translates into some funny bloopers.

The "Endgame" gag reel delivers two minutes of hilarity from the movie's biggest stars including Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Downey Jr. Some of the funniest moments of the bloopers include Chris Pratt telling everyone to "warm up" their buttcheeks before filming the final battle, and Elizabeth Olsen tripping and falling during her menacing approach to Josh Brolin. The cast certainly acted silly in between takes, as Evans and Johansson work on their dancing, while Hemsworth and Brie Larson whisked their hair around while joking with one another.

One of the reel's funniest moments comes from the face behind Tony Stark, in a short clip of Downey delivering a very modest line during the filming of a pivotal scene.

Robert Downey Jr. has given us everything

At the end of the "Avengers: Endgame" blooper reel — which can be found on the Blu-ray's special features, or Disney+ if you're streaming it — there is a small clip of Robert Downey Jr. during the time heist at the Battle of New York. He's wearing full SHIELD gear, with a bulletproof vest and a helmet fit with protective goggles, as it's the moment before he snags the briefcase with the Tesseract. In the blooper, he utters a very brief line while looking at the camera saying, "I feel like I've given you all you could ever want."

Fans have always loved this small blooper of Downey, especially because his line can be interpreted in different ways. While he's likely talking to directors Joe and Anthony Russo about the specific take, suggesting he's done the best he can at that point, it also covers the time he has spent with his portrayal of Iron Man. Downey definitely has provided the fans with everything they could ever want, as his first turn as Tony Stark in 2008 launched the massive success that is the MCU. If Downey had anything else to give the loyal followers of Marvel, they'll surely take it all.