At the end of Iron Man 2, we see Coulson arrive in the New Mexico desert in a silver car. We are treated to a somewhat unnecessary close up of the car's number plate.


Everything in the MCU seems to be a reference to something. Is there some hidden meaning to this?

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    No one ever listens to me when I explain it's Eitri (maker of Thor's hammer) and a sound that fly make - "zzi". The fly being Loki. Dec 30, 2019 at 11:13
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    Eitri makes so much sense, not sure I follow the Loki logic though :) Dec 30, 2019 at 15:13
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    In the oroginal myth Loki, in the form of fly, was trying to interrupt Eitri in making 3 things he bet Eitri can't make. A ring, spear and Mjolnir. Dec 30, 2019 at 15:35

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It is a vanity plate spelling of the word "Breezy."

Colson's character in the MCU is depicted as kind of a light-hearted guy, which is in contrast to the stoic, ultra-serious "government man" type of character you would expect. He collects super hero cards, he has a sense of humor, he jokes around and is self-deprecating. One might describe his personality as "breezy."

  • If the 2 was a 3, I might buy this. But "Brezzy" (which is what that plate would spell if this was correct) makes no sense. May 26, 2022 at 13:59

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