Still can't move on from Avengers: Endgame? This quaint lakeside cabin listed on Airbnb may be the perfect sanctuary for you to deal with your feelings.
If the cabin looks familiar, that's because it's reportedly the lakeside property featured as Tony Stark's family home after the five-year jump in Endgame
To jog your memory, the Starks' family home was where Morgan first uttered "I love you 3,000" to her dad and where Tony solved the intricacies of time travel. Most devastatingly, it was also the location of Tony's funeral at the end of the movie.
The Airbnb listing for the three-bedroom lakeside cabin was pretty much under the radar until it was spotted by Reddit user u/Brayud. The discovery was quickly picked up by several online portals, and has since gone viral among die-hard fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
According to the listing, it will cost you USD335 (RM1,394) per night to stay at the property, which can house six guests and is located 20 minutes away from the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
The listing also includes interior shots of the cabin, some of which may seem familiar such as the staircase and the lounge area
It is entirely likely that the family home's interior may have been filmed elsewhere, although we think the staircase really looks like the one Morgan was sitting on when Tony was figuring out time travel in the "dining area"!
In proving their theory, Reddit user u/Brayud also compared a photo of the door in the listing with that of a screenshot from the movie:
According to some Reddit users, the exact same cabin was also featured in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, which was released about a month after Endgame and is currently playing in cinemas
In a stroke of coincidence, Lexi Rabe - the cute little girl who plays Morgan in Endgame - is also in the new Godzilla movie as the younger version of Millie Bobby Brown's character.
Anyway, if you have a couple thousand of dollars lying around and are in need of a quiet getaway in rural Georgia, check out the listing here
In this lakeside cabin, the iconic "I love you 3,000" quote was born. Read about its super sweet origin here: