The Jakarta Post
Illustration of a small cabin by a lake. (Shutterstock/Mathias Kilman)
Tony Stark’s cabin, where he and his family lived in Avengers: Endgame, is up for rent on online lodging marketplace Airbnb.
If you live on planet Earth, chances are you’ve seen Marvel Studios’ massive summer blockbuster Avengers: Endgame. The movie that paid off over a decade of narrative buildup (spoiler alert) ends tragically with beloved character Tony Stark - aka Iron Man - conclusively departing from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The movie’s concluding scene has the full MCU hero cast send off Tony’s arc reactor at a beautiful lakeside cabin that served as the hero’s home for the last movie.
If you’ve ever wondered where they shot the scene, it’s actually a 20-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, comicbook.com reports.
The lakeside cabin, confirmed on the Airbnb site as the iconic cabin from the movie and located in the middle of Bouckaert Farm, can accommodate six people with three beds and three bath cabins, costing US$800 per night at the time of writing.
A fan's observation, part of a discussion thread in a reddit post by u/Brayud, points out that the same cabin was also used in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. So while the price tag is on the expensive side, the site's history would be worth it for any Marvel fan or cinephile. (ayr/mut)