|Appeared in||Avengers: Endgame|
- "I love you 3000."
- ―Morgan Stark[src]
She and her parents lived a quiet life in a log cabin.
Morgan, like most children her age, is a rather innocent and sweet little girl who hugely adores her parents. Morgan especially shows affection to her father by stating that she loves him "three-thousand".
According to Tony, Morgan is eternally fascinated with the workshop area in the garage. She also seems to make a regular habit of "borrowing" her mother's Rescue helmet to tinker and play with, and sometimes sneaks out of bed to watch her father work at night.
Morgan also seems to have the beginning traits of Tony's lifelong sarcastic streak and talent for trouble. Even at four years old, she excels at banter. Morgan repeats a swear word she heard Tony say, steals the Rescue helmet to wear for herself, and apparently considered using Captain America's shield as a sled.
Following her father's death, she was shown to be more solemn and withdrawn, mourning his death, alongside her mother, at his funeral.
- Tony Stark/Iron Man - Father; deceased.
- Pepper Potts - Mother.
- Howard Stark - Grandfather; deceased.
- Maria Stark - Grandmother; deceased.
- Happy Hogan - Friend.
- James Rhodes/War Machine - Friend.
- Morgan Potts - Great-uncle and namesake.
- Marvel Cinematic Universe (2 films)
Behind the scenes
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- In the comics, Morgan Stark was a male and Tony Stark's cousin who resented him for his fortune.
- Her name comes from her mother's "eccentric uncle" according to her father, when he recounts his dream in their first scene together in Avengers: Infinity War. Foreshadowing her existence.
- The reference to cheeseburgers in her conversation with Happy Hogan is a reference to Iron Man where her father, after returning from captivity, heads to a Burger King.
- Katherine Langford was cast as the adult Morgan Stark before her scenes were cut.
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