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Christine Everhart (Character)
from Iron Man (2008)

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Iron Man (2008)
Christine Everheart: Mr. Stark! Christine Everheart, Vanity Fair magazine. Can I ask you a couple of questions?
Hogan: [whispers to Stark] She's cute.
Tony Stark: [whispers to Hogan] She's alright.
[turns around]
Tony Stark: Hi!
Christine Everheart: Hi.
Tony Stark: Yeah. Okay, go.
Christine Everheart: You've been called the Da Vinci of our time. What do you say to that?
Tony Stark: Absolutely ridiculous. I don't paint.
Christine Everheart: And what do you say to your other nickname, the Merchant of Death?
Tony Stark: That's not bad. Let me guess... Berkeley?
Christine Everheart: Brown, actually.
Tony Stark: Well, Ms. Brown. It's an imperfect world, but it's the only one we got. I guarantee you the day weapons are no longer needed to keep the peace, I'll start making bricks and beams for baby hospitals.
Christine Everheart: Rehearse that much?
Tony Stark: Every night in front of the mirror before bedtime.
Christine Everheart: I can see that.
Tony Stark: I'd like to show you firsthand.
Christine Everheart: [exasperated] All I'm looking for is a straight answer.
Tony Stark: [removing his shades] OK, here's a straight answer. My old man had a philosophy: peace means having a bigger stick than the other guy.
Christine Everheart: That's a great line, coming from a guy selling the sticks.
Tony Stark: My father helped defeat Nazis. He worked on the Manhattan Project. A lot of people, including your professors at Brown, would call that being a hero.
Christine Everheart: And a lot of people would also call that war-profiteering.
Tony Stark: Tell me, do you plan to report on the millions we've saved by advancing medical technology or kept from starvation with our intelli-crops? All those breakthroughs, military funding, honey.
Christine Everheart: Have you ever lost an hour of sleep in your life?
Tony Stark: I'm be prepared to lose a few with you.

[last lines]
Tony Stark: There's been speculation that I was involved in the events that occurred on the freeway and the rooftop...
Christine Everheart: I'm sorry, Mr. Stark, but do you honestly expect us to believe that that was a bodyguard in a suit that conveniently appeared, despite the fact that...
Tony Stark: I know that it's confusing. It is one thing to question the official story, and another thing entirely to make wild accusations, or insinuate that I'm a superhero.
Christine Everheart: I never said you were a superhero.
Tony Stark: Didn't?
Christine Everheart: Mmm-mmm.
Tony Stark: Well, good, because that would be outlandish and, uh, fantastic. I'm just not the hero type. Clearly. With this laundry list of character defects, all the mistakes I've made, largely public.
Rhodey: [whispers to Tony] Just stick to the cards, man.
Tony Stark: Yeah, okay.
[holds up his notes and pauses]
Tony Stark: The truth is...
[puts cards down]
Tony Stark: I am Iron Man.

Virginia 'Pepper' Potts: [after Stark's one night stand with Christine] I have your clothes here; they've been dry cleaned and pressed. And there's a car waiting for you outside that will take you anywhere you'd like to go.
Christine Everheart: You must be the famous Pepper Potts.
Virginia 'Pepper' Potts: [smiles and nods] Indeed I am.
Christine Everheart: After all these years, Tony still has you picking up the dry cleaning.
Virginia 'Pepper' Potts: I do anything and everything Mr. Stark requires. Including occasionally taking out the trash. Will that be all?

[Everhart shows Stark some photos]
Christine Everheart: [disgusted at Stark's evident hypocrisy] Is this what you call accountability?
[Stark looks at photos of Stark Industries weapons in Afghanistan]
Tony Stark: When were these taken?
Christine Everheart: Yesterday.
Tony Stark: I didn't authorize this.
Christine Everheart: Well, your company did.
Tony Stark: Well I'm not my company!

Christine Everheart: [at the Firefighter's Family Fund Benefit] Well, Tony Stark!
Tony Stark: [awkwardly] Oh, hey.
Christine Everheart: Fancy seeing you here.
Tony Stark: [tries to remember] Carrie.
Christine Everheart: Christine.
Tony Stark: That's right.
Christine Everheart: You have a lot of nerve showing up here tonight. Can I at least get a reaction from you?
Tony Stark: Panic. I would say panic is my reaction.
Christine Everheart: I was referring to your company's involvement in this latest atrocity.
Tony Stark: Yeah, they just put my name on the invitation, I don't know what to tell you.


"WHIH News Front: WHIH EXCLUSIVE: Scott Lang Interview (#1.4)" (2015)
Christine Everhart: Mr. Lang, with all due respect, WHIH has been covering global news in detail for the past two decades, from the recent security breach at S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters to the earth-shattering events at Sokovia. I reported on Tony Stark in Gulmira. And believe me, you're not Tony Stark.
Scott Lang: Thank God.


Iron Man 2 (2010)
[first lines]
[In Moscow, an old man watches a broadcast on TV]
Tony Stark: [on TV] There's been speculation that I was involved in the events that occurred on the freeway and the rooftop...
Christine Everhart: [on TV] I'm sorry, Mr. Stark, but do you honestly expect us to believe that that was a bodyguard in a suit that conveniently appeared, despite the fact that...
Tony Stark: [on TV] I know that it's confusing. It is one thing to question the official story, and another thing entirely to make wild accusations, or insinuate that I'm a superhero. that would be outlandish and, uh, fantastic. I'm just not the hero type. Clearly. With this laundry list of character defects, all the mistakes I've made, largely public...
Anton Vanko: Ivan...
[Ivan enters the room]
Tony Stark: [on TV] I am Iron Man.
Anton Vanko: Ivan... that should be you.
Ivan Vanko: Don't listen to that crap.