It’s been a long, hard week for the Iron Man team.
A month ago, the team posted on Facebook that the “Iron Man Race” was a “failure to meet our team expectations” and that the race had “devastated the team.”
The post quickly went viral, with nearly 1.5 million people viewing the post on Facebook.
In the post, the Iron Men team stated that the team was “devasted” by the “shocking event,” and that it would “go back to work.”
The team later issued an apology for the post:The post went viral after Iron Man’s official Twitter account posted a photo of a crowd of people cheering as they watched a clip of the Ironman race.
The Iron Man Team was in the midst of a photo shoot for the upcoming Marvel movie Iron Man 3, and the photo was taken just after midnight on Wednesday, April 3.
In it, the photo showed a crowd cheering on the IronMan race in Champs Elysees, France.
The team issued a public apology in a statement to BuzzFeed News:We have taken full responsibility for our actions and will work to make sure that this never happens again.
The Champs Elyssees Iron Man Race was a failure to meet team expectations.
We have been working to improve the IronMans performance and will now take our time and get back to what we were doing.
The Iron Men are not the only ones to experience a social media backlash from the Iron Race.
In a post on Saturday, April 7, Iron Man actor Josh Brolin posted that he was “ashamed” of the reaction the Iron race received after it was released on YouTube.
“I’m ashamed to be an Iron Man fan, especially a fan of this kind of racing,” he wrote.
“It’s sad to see this kind a sport be destroyed in such a short time.”
The Iron Man movie franchise was born in 2003, when director Shane Black directed the first Iron Man film, which starred Mark Ruffalo as Tony Stark.
Since then, IronMan has become the biggest superhero film of all time.