Iron Man in Avengers Infinity War
Robert Downey Jr aka Iron Man/Tony Stark in Avengers: Infinity War.YouTube Screenshot

The 'Avengers Infinity War' movie is a visually appealing film when you watch it on the big screen. Now that the movie is out on home video, fans spared no time to dissect the movie frame by frame to catch any small detail that might give an insight into Avengers 4.

A Marvel fan found a crucial error in the movie and has now summarised it. There's a continuity error in the scene where Iron Man and Spider-Man crashed into Ebony Maw's ship to rescue Doctor Strange.

We see Tony Stark breaking into the ship by burning a hole with his suit. Tony continues inside without closing up the hole to stabilise the air pressure within the ship. He takes off his mask and Tony is able to breathe without a sweat. This scene comes up 25 minutes into the movie.

The fan created a collage with screen-shots taken to illustrate the scene and explain the point.

Another fan said, "They just didn't show him fixing it. The scene cut to Spider-Man. Do you think Tony just stood there, waiting for the camera to cut back to him? Or is it possible he sealed that hole up during the short cutaway? It's not a mistake. Just everything isn't shown on screen."

An ardent Avengers fan said, "Yeah, they did a mistake. A lot of times. There's no off-screen fix. Important things like this need to be shown on screen."

Mistake or not, Avengers Infinity War is one of the highest grossing movies with a box-office collection crossing $2 billion. The next Avengers movie will release in 2019.