INTERVIEW: Avengers Star Lexi Rabe Visits DFW (And Yes, We Love Her 3,000)

At seven year’s old, most children right now are busy looking forward to celebrating holiday breaks from school and getting to spend a bit of time at home. Most, but not all. Lexi Rabe is one of these exceptions.

At seven, Lexi is busy building her career and enjoying the success she has seen so far. Many fans will recognize her as Morgan Stark, Tony Stark’s daughter, from Avengers: Endgame or as Young Madison in Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

This past weekend, Dallas Comic Show was held at the Richardson Convention Center. Lexi happened to be one of the special guests in attendance. She spent her weekend signing autographs and greeting fans at the convention. I was lucky enough to be able to spend a bit of time with her there. After all, it isn’t every day that you get to hang out with Iron Man’s daughter.

Sitting at an autograph can be a bit mundane for anyone, but Lexi perked up and began waiving at my young daughters before we had even started toward her table. She quickly got out of her chair and came over to give each of them multiple high fives. Like many outgoing kids, you could tell that she loves being around other children. After a stint of dancing along with a singing/moving Iron Man toy my daughters had brought along, Lexi settled in to answer a few questions.

What was your favorite thing about being on the Avengers movie set?

Crafting. Playing with Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and crafting.

Who is your favorite superhero other than Iron Man?

Groot because he’s cute. Ok, why did I just rhyme? I am Groot! In Guardians of the Galaxy II he is so cute.

My daughter thinks he is cute too, but that is the only scene that she has seen.

Same.

If you were able to have superpowers, what would your superpower be?

I would be like Iron Man and build my own suit. My superpower would be being a billionaire.

I would love that power too; that sounds awesome. So, what is your favorite show or movie to watch?

One that I really like is Twilight.

Do you have a favorite book?

Dog Man. That is my favorite series.

What character would you like to play in a movie?

Morgan Stark, because I already am. Basically, I just want to be myself.

Would you like to play a grown-up version of her some day?

Yeah, and be a hero.

What has been the hardest part about acting?

Moving everywhere and not seeing your family. It’s a bummer, but it’s worth it.

If you could tell everybody in the world something, what would it be?

Stop bullying.

As you can imagine, acting comes with its challenges. At the time of our interview she had just flown in from a convention in Georgia and had also recently been overseas making personal appearances. In addition to the traveling, this past year she found herself the victim of harsh online criticisms after an adult fan took to the internet to lash out at her. As you can see from her last answer, she has taken it upon herself to become an advocate against bullying, large aspirations for a small girl.

Despite these hardships, Lexi’s cheerful disposition and positive outlook radiate to those around. It is easy to see why fans around the world love Lexi 3,000. Like many of those in attendance at Dallas Comic Show, we look forward to watching her promising future unfold. If you would like to keep up with Lexi's many adventures you can follow her Instagram account here!