The Most Iconic Film Lines That Were Improvised, Not in the Script
At the end of “Avengers: Infinity War,” Peter Parker (Tom Holland) has a heartbreaking moment with his mentor, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.).
as peter’s body turns to dust, he says “mr stark, i don’t feel too good…i don’t want to go.”
per fan, during a 2019 event in the second city of chicago, director joe russo said he knew the scene would be emotional, so he wanted it to be worth it.
“I was like, until I cried on set, I didn’t want to end the scene. We did it multiple times and it was so short,” she said.
russo told holland to make the scene longer and that his motivation was “you don’t want to go”. Holland confirmed the story in a 2019 interview with gq.
“…one technique I do if I’m trying to cry is say one sentence over and over again,” Holland shared. “…in that scene it was ‘I don’t want to go,’ and I thought I’d say it out loud and it works. It’s really good in the movie.”