Last year, the first trailer to Avengers Endgame landed with Tony Stark in a rather sticky situation.
After Thanos' Snap, he is taken off in the Armed Forces ship with Nebula, but is now lost in space with food and water that has gone out.
Most of his scenes are he leaving a last message and bid farewell to Pepper Potts.
But Marvel fans don't have to worry when Downey Jr. himself has confirmed that Iron Man survives. Well, this part of the movie anyway.
Last month, Downey Jr. appeared in an Audi USA YouTube video with the company's head of design Marc Lichte.
The couple discusses the design elements of the Audi e-throne GT concept, which the actor reveals that he is running in the Avengers Endgame.
At 3:40, he tells Lichte that he needs to drive the new car, but the Audi head answers, "You have already driven it!"
Downey Jr responds: "Well, I mean I … like Tony Stark in Avengers 4, out in theaters in spring 2019, I did."
The game sees passengers helping Galaxy Rocket's Guardian on a rescue mission through space as you are expected to shoot enemies along the way.
But who can save Rocket? Well, according to the withdrawal, he calls a call from Iron Man.
Given the name of this video game, the fact that the picture includes Rocket Raccoon, he is on rescue mission, and the only other character mentioned is Iron Man, surely that means he is the one who saves Iron Man at the beginning of Endgame?
It would certainly make sense, as presumably Rocket would find the Guardian's ship.
Avengers Endgame will be released in British theaters on April 26, 2019.