Published August 13, 2020

21 Times Tony Stark Rolled His Eyes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

You won't believe the eye roll he makes at 01:40:06!


Genius, billionaire, philanthropist, expert eye-roller. Tony Stark is known for many things, including always being one of the smartest people in the room. So when it comes to eye-rolling, yeah, we’ll give Tony the leeway to do that since most of the time he’s got the idea and plan that will work in the end (except for the whole “accidentally creating Ultron” thing).

While you might be familiar with Tony’s best-known eye-roll — the one in Marvel’s The Avengers shortly after Steve Rogers makes his “I understood that reference!” comment — did you know that there are dozens of other instances? Spanning eight different films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve rounded up some of the best sassy moments from Mr. Stark.

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Marvel Studios’ Iron Man

00:50:03 - Assisting Tony with replacing his first Arc Reactor, Pepper accidentally pulls out too much of the mechanism
- Agent Coulson talks with Tony and informs him that he’s part of the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division 
- While preparing for the press conference, Pepper calls Tony out for leaving her on the roof during his fundraiser

Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 2

00:12:05 - During the senate meeting, Justin Hammer calls Tony a “weapons expert” and then “wonder boy”
- Getting ready for the final battle Tony calls Rhodey “subtle” in his War Machine suit

Marvel’s The Avengers 

00:55:45 - Captain America exclaims that he understands a topical joke
- Tony makes fun of Cap’s outfit while he’s trying to offer assistance 
- Fury talks to the group about Coulson’s death while they all sit in silence
- Tony explains that this new team is “The Avengers” to Loki in Stark Tower

Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 3

00:33:44 - Pepper suggests that, in order to avoid danger, the two leave town and Tony refuses to go along with this plan
- JARVIS, who is currently being looked after by Harley, fumbles his wording and finishes a sentence with the word “cranberry”
- Tony tries to call one of his Iron Man suits, but it falls apart before it makes it to him

Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Age of Ultron

00:15:03 - Maria Hill calls Tony “boss,” and Tony says that Cap’s the boss but he still pays for everything

Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War

00:27:56 - Tony listens to Rhodey and Sam fight about who’s right and who’s wrong over the Sokovia Accords
- Tony gets Cap to finally sign the Accords; however, Cap then remarks that this “bring[s] us closer to war”
- Cap refuses to sign the Accords
- A delivery arrives for Tony, and the driver mispronounces Tony’s name as “Tony Stank”

Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War

00:16:46 - In the Sanctum Sanctorum, Tony realizes he needs to call Cap for help
- After catching Drax yawning, Tony questions what the Guardians “do”

Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame

01:03:19 - Tony listens to Thor explain the Aether
- Tony and Scott get into an argument about how they botched the Time Heist

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