Marvel Cinematic Universe


No matter what you think that of superhero movies, you've got to offer Marvel credit It somehow managed to tug off a 24 movie and counting Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with none reboots, remakes, or re-castings (um, except one). None of the actors dropped out midway through, and that they didn’t plan to re-do an origin story or two along the way. After things came to a head with Avengers: Infinity War and resolved with Spider-Man: far from Home, what’s been dubbed “Phase 3” of the MCU is complete. Ready for a re-watch? You’ll got to remember what sequence they came in: Here’s the way to watch all of the Marvel movies so as.

If you’re trying to find the way to stream all the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies online, you'll find them on Amazon and iTunes, and most of them also are on the Disney+ streaming service. (Disney+ has many other MCU-related TV series within the works, too.) a couple of MCU movies are still streaming elsewhere for the instant , and that they will have a touch little bit of a lag before heading over to Disney+. a few won't make it there at all: Sadly for Spidey fans, the Tom Holland Spider-Man movies are technically owned by Sony, and there are currently no plans to bring them to Disney+
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And in fact , simply because Avengers: Infinity War bound up numerous plotlines, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t more Marvel movies on the way. Here's the way to keep track of all two-dozen-plus MCU films.

1). Iron Man (2008)
     The movie that kicks off the entire 24-film franchise begins with Tony Stark. When history tells the story of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the tale will always begin with the introduction of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). An engineering prodigy and genius who follows in his father's footsteps to run the world's biggest weapons manufacturer, Tony is first presented as a careless playboy only interested in making money. And it starts When weapons manufacturer Tony Stark is captured in enemy territory, he develops his own super-powered super-suit that sets him on the trail to heroism, instead of make super weapon.

2). The Incredible Hulk (2008)
      Even big Marvel fans tend to ditch or discount this one, because the star, Ed Norton, was replaced by Mark Ruffalo for the remainder of the series. But yes, it's a part of the MCU.
Louis Leterrier's The Incredible Hulk is that the first Marvel Cinematic Universe story to follow Dr. Bruce Banner (Edward Norton), a scientist who has spent years on the run in South America because of an experiment gone wrong. Following extreme exposure to gamma ray , whenever his pulse raises to a high enough level he undergoes a change into an enormous , green monster that's totally out of his control. Gen. Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt), the daddy of Bruce's former girlfriend, Betty (Liv Tyler), wants nothing within the world quite to ascertain him captured -- and figures the sole thanks to actually roll in the hay is to make a monster of his own.
When Bruce believes there could also be a cure for the Hulk, collaborating with a colleague named Dr. Samuel Sterns , he starts to form his way back home but all the while finds himself pursued by Ross' enhanced soldier, Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth). things becomes much worse when Blonsky, who has become hooked in to Bruce's monster, convinces Sterns to show him into an Abomination, but it ultimately proves to be a crucial test for Bruce. While he still can't fully control the Hulk, he discovers he can "aim" it, and becomes a hero when he stops Abomination from tearing Harlem apart.

3). Iron Man 2 (2010)
     Picking up shortly after the events of the primary film, Jon Favreau's Iron Man 2 finds Tony Stark because the most famous man on the earth , but simultaneously handling some huge issues. he's during a fight with the govt about privatizing world peace; his relationship with Pepper Potts is consistently stressed; he unknowingly hires a spy named Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) to be his new assistant; the palladium power source he's using for his suit is slowly poisoning him; and there's a replacement villain on the scene named Ivan Vanko a.k.a. Whiplash (Mickey Rourke) who has managed to recreate his special arc reactor technology.With Tony Stark living call at the open as Iron Man, he attracts some dangerous foes like rival arms dealer Justin Hammer and Russian nemesis Whiplash. This movie has the 1st appearance of Black Widow!

4). Thor 2011
      Thor, who lives a godlike existence on Asgard, gets banished to Earth where he's thrust into a fish-out-of-water romance among the humans. After three earthbound adventures, it had been Kenneth Branagh's Thor that first introduced audiences to the cosmos of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The titular God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) is first shown as an adult on his coronation day set to exchange his father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins), because the King of Asgard but this big event is interrupted by an unexpected invasion from an old enemy, the Frost Giants. Being impetuous and arrogant, Thor leads his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston), and his four friends, Sif (Jaimie Alexander), Volstagg (Ray Stevenson), Hogun (Tadanobu Asano) and Fandral (Josh Dallas), for a revenge mission but it proves to be a foolish and immensely dangerous move. As a result, Odin strips his son of his power and banishes him to Midgard as known as Earth. But when an ancient war is reignited and threatens his new home, he must find out how to guard it.

5). Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
      Tony Stark made a spectacle of himself when he announced himself as Iron Man, but the important first superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe emerged back within the early 1940s during war II, as featured in Joe Johnston's Captain America: the primary Avenger. Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is first shown to be a scrawny kid from Brooklyn who wants nothing quite the chance to fight for his country, but is repeatedly told he's unfit for service. His fortunes change, however, when he meets Dr. Abraham Erskine (Stanley Tucci) and is given the Super Soldier Serum -- a chemical that transforms him into the heroic Captain America.

6). The Avengers (2012)
      With all of their principal heroes introduced, Marvel Studios brought its first crossover vision to life in 2012 with Joss Whedon's The Avengers. It all starts with The Tesseract, which has been within the possession of S.H.I.E.L.D. since shortly after war II. It seems there's a being within the cosmos that desires it, and that they plan to send Loki to travel catch on . Utilizing a special staff that permits him to sway hotshot agent Clint Barton a.k.a. Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Dr. Erik Selvig to his side, the God of Mischief makes plans to open a portal to space which will initiate a full-blown alien invasion on Earth. What he doesn't anticipate, though, is that the unification of the planet's Mightiest Heroes.

7). Iron Man 3 (2013)
      The events that went down within the Avengers had an impact on all of the heroes, but Shane Black's Iron Man 3 shows that Tony Stark was hit hardest of all. After all, the guy was willing to die in order that he could stop a nuclear bomb from destroying Manhattan and he also witnessed first-hand the sorts of serious threats that exist within the cosmos. He's having regular panic attacks before the film even starts, and things get such a lot worse with the arrival of a terrorist referred to as The Mandarin
Tony finds himself on an adventure that challenges what quite hero he's without his armor, while simultaneously facing down serious demons from his past. While investigating the recent rash of terrorist attacks, he discovers that The Mandarin is nothing quite an puppet being manipulated by one among Stark Industries' greatest rivals, Aldrich Killian . Having sway over America's vice chairman , Killian attempts to kill the President of the us , but with help from both Rhodey and Pepper the eponymous hero is in a position to save lots of the day. Tony makes the choice to surgically remove the arc reactor from his chest, choosing to retire as Iron Man but as audiences would determine within the coming years, this is often a promise that's basically impossible to stay.

8). Thor: The Dark World (2013)
      At the beginning of Alan Taylor's Thor: The Dark World, Jane Foster is studying a cosmic anomaly in England when she comes upon a cloth referred to as the Aether and makes contact with it. This has the effect of bringing Thor back to her side, having spent months trying to bring peace to the Nine Realms, but it also puts her in grave danger. An alien race referred to as the Dark Elves, commanded by their leader Malekith, has been checking out the Aether for hundreds of years , and are now closer than ever to finding it.

9).  Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
        Steve Rogers did not have much time to adapt to the fashionable world between being unfrozen and facing down an alien invasion, but in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: The Winter Soldier he makes a really important discovery: while things once were black and white, modernity is all reminder grey. He commits himself to working for S.H.I.E.L.D., partnering with Latrodectus mactans and dealing under Nick Fury, but it seems that the organization of "good guys" was infiltrated by Hydra decades earlier.
Captain America and Latrodectus mactans find themselves on the run from not only one of the world's elite spy agencies, but also a ghost from Steve's past. It seems that his old pal Bucky didn't die down during war II, and has instead been operating as a brainwashed, cryogenically frozen assassin referred to as The Winter Soldier for many years . along side the assistance from a replacement friend, Sam Wilson a.k.a. Falcon , Cap and Latrodectus mactans are successfully ready to foil a plot from S.H.I.E.L.D. Secretary Alexander Pierce , and disable three Hydra Helicarriers designed to assassinate anyone deemed a threat to the evil organization. Following this victory, Steve then goes on the look for his former ally , convinced he can bring him back to the side of excellent .

10). Guardians of The Galaxy (2014)
        James Gunn offered Marvel fans a really different flavor of blockbuster with Guardians of the Galaxy a sci-fi space opera centering on an amoral thief named Peter Quill a.k.a. Star-Lord ; the foremost dangerous woman within the universe, Gamora ; a brute with a taste for revenge named Drax ; a perpetually pissed-off, genetically modified rodent named Rocket ; and a walking, talking tree named Groot.
The adventure begins when Quill steals what looks like a harmless little trinket which seems to be one among the six incredibly powerful Infinity Stones. After being arrested and imprisoned together with his four future friends, he begins to plan an idea with them to undertake and sell it. Unfortunately, the stone is being looked for by not only the evil lord Thanos , but the Kree fanatic Ronan The Accuser . All seems lost when Ronan acquires the prize from Gamora's sister, Nebula who successfully steals it after nearly killing Gamora but the group ultimately comes together to prevent Ronan and save a whole planet. Groot is destroyed but reborn, their records are all expunged, and that they plan to stay together as a family, able to face anything that the universe may throw at them.

11). Avengers Edge of Ultron (2015)
        When it comes right right down to it, the events depicted in Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron happen because Tony Stark can't abandoning . He becomes Iron Man again when the chance presents itself to require down Hydra once and for all, but more importantly he's entirely hooked in to the thought of protecting the planet from any outside force which will threaten it. this might appear to be an honest thing, but any obsession has consequences. Working with Bruce Banner and manipulating the newly discovered Mind Stone, he creates the synthetic intelligence Ultron but in doing so also introduces the earth to at least one of the best threats it's ever seen, and therefore the Avengers' newest enemy.
Ultron believes that humanity may be a poison that must be destroyed, then he tries to show the Eastern European country of Sokovia into a planet-decimating asteroid. Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Latrodectus mactans , Iron Man and Hawkeye all must reunite to prevent the metallic foe but this point around they also find assistance from Vision, a living incarnation of Tony's digital butler Jarvis created by Ultron; Wanda Maximoff a.k.a. Scarlet Witch, a telekinetic and energy manipulator; and Pietro Maximoff a.k.a. Quicksilver, a speedster. Quicksilver dies within the battle, and Hulk has got to fly away, but Earth's Mightiest Heroes are once more ready to save the day.

12). Ant Man (2015)
       Scott Lang just been released from prison, and while he's a reformed criminal dedicated to doing right by his daughter, nobody will give him an opportunity . As a result, he's forced to influence a tip from his former cellmate Luis and he decides to burgle the house of noted scientist Dr. Hank Pym instead of finding any money or valuables, however, what he really gets may be a second chance at life.
As it seems , Hank found out the whole burglary as a test, as he needs Scott's help. Hank's former protégé, Darren Cross , is on the brink of discovering the key behind his ultra-secretive shrinking technology, and he needs Scott to wear a specially designed Ant-Man suit to require it from him. With assistance from Hank's daughter, Hope van Dyne , Scott trains to shrink right down to insect-size, and communicate with ants beat hopes of sabotaging the revealing of Cross' innovation. it is a successful mission within the end, and Scott finds permission to start again as a hero.

13). Captain America: Civil War (2016)
If you ever wondered why superheroes are allowed to work free from consequence in global conflicts, Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: war provides the solution . the whole film begins due to the fatal accident caused by The Avengers, because the world agrees to sign The Sokovia Accords: a treaty that demands registration for "enhanced" individuals if they need to work as heroes. Iron Man, Latrodectus mactans , military , and Vision are all for the thought , but it ruffles the feathers of Captain America, Falcon, Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch -- and things aren't made better when The Winter Soldier reemerges and is fingered for a surprise attack .
Captain America strongly believes he's the sole one who can safely bring The Winter Soldier in, but trying to try to to so technically breaks law of nations . This results in a huge showdown in Germany with Ant-Man, Spider-Man  and Black Panther all recruited for the fight and it all ends in disaster. It seems that the entire plot was a carefully designed revenge scheme orchestrated by a Sokovia survivor named Helmut Zemo. His ultimate plan is to reveal that The Winter Soldier killed Tony Stark's parents, creating a divide among the Avengers, and his plan considerably succeeds, because the blockbuster ends with half the heroes beaten and defeated, and therefore the spouse on the run as fugitives.

14). Doctor strange (2016)
        The Marvel Cinematic Universe might be primarily describes as a sci-fi franchise, but Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange introduced a fresh flavor to the mix: fantasy. In it we first meet Dr. Stephen Strange as a world-renowned neurosurgeon whose ego and arrogance levels compete with Tony Stark. His entire life is devoted to his work but all of that gets flushed away when a horrific car accident damages the nerve endings in his hands.
Searching for some quite cure, Strange finds himself destitute and desperate in Nepal, where he finds the training institute referred to as Kamar-Taj. Under the tutelage of the traditional One , Karl Mordo , and Wong , the hero begins training within the mystic arts, and soon begins to master them. Of course, this type of power comes with certain responsibilities, and Strange finds himself embroiled during a conflict with a student named Kaecilius who wishes to open our universe up to the timeless being referred to as Dormammu. Utilizing an amulet referred to as the attention of Agamotto, which is really the Time Infinity Stone, Strange is in a position to defeat Dormammu, and takes up residence in New York's Sanctum Sanctorum as a protector of the world from dangerous magical forces.

15). Guardians of The Galaxy vol. 2 (2017)
        James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 picks up just two months after the top of the previous adventure, and finds the titular team enjoying their newfound fame and success. They've used their notoriety to urge hero work though they find a touch of trouble when Rocket steals some valuable batteries from an alien race referred to as the Sovereign. it's just like the Guardians could also be doomed, but they're saved at the eleventh hour by an alien named Ego , who claims to be Star-Lord's dad.
While Star-Lord , Gamora, and Drax join Ego and his assistant, Mantis , on a journey to Ego's home world, Rocket, Groot and therefore the refore the captured Nebula find themselves handling Yondu and the Ravagers who aim to gather the bounty on the Guardians' heads. The blue-finned leader wishes to travel crazy the group, but things escalates into an enormous mutiny, with Yondu having to kill all his former friends. This all goes down just within the nick of your time , because Star-Lord discovers Ego's plans to remake the universe, and therefore the incontrovertible fact that he was liable for his mother's cancer. An epic battle ensues that sees Ego destroyed, but Star-Lord sacrifices his powers, and Yondu sacrifices himself, leading Star-Lord realize who his real father was right along.

16). Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
         Young Peter Parker got a taste of the large time superhero life during the events of Captain America: war , but Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming sees the web-slinging hero return to his more humdrum normal life. he's wanting to prove himself nearly as good enough to hitch The Avengers, but Tony Stark who designed his suit refuses to let him off the leash. this is often pretty unbearable, but things get even worse when Peter discovers a villainous plot involving the hijacking of alien and advanced technology from the govt for the event of black market weapons.

17). Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
        As depicted within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor has long had some serious family issues but they really all come to a head in Taika Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok. It starts when the God of Thunder discovers that his brother, Loki, is really alive and ruling Asgard pretending to be Odin -- but things only worsen from there. Together they only find the important Odin just moments before his death, which particular event results in the introduction of Hela (Cate Blanchett), the evil sister that Thor and Loki never knew that they had .
It seems that Odin has been working to stay Hela banished from Asgard for hundreds of years , as she has serious plans to introduce Ragnarok: the top of all things. a fast plan to stop Hela leads to Thor's hammer being destroyed and therefore the hero being stranded with Loki on Sakaar, a garbage planet where the Hulk happens to possess become a gladiator superstar. 

18). Black Panther (2018)
        Black Panther  introduction in Captain America: war , Ryan Coogler's Black Panther brings the regal and heroic T'Challa back home to the African country of Wakanda. he's to be named king following the unexpected death of his father, T'Chaka , and fortunately has the support of the queen dowager , Ramonda , his genius younger sister Shuri , his bodyguard Okoye , and his secret love, Nakia . It looks like it should be smooth sailing ascending to the crown, but things proves anything but.

19). Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
        Thanos proves why he's the Big Bad villain of the franchise in an epic and we mean epic battle that pulls in characters from all corners of the MCU.

20). Ant-Man And The Wasp (2018)
        The Ant-Man sequel, which follows his further adventures into the Quantum Realm, stays on the lighter side.

21). Captain Marvel (2019)
       We won't talk about how it took Marvel Studios more than 20 movies to make a woman the title character. Instead, we'll focus on how Brie Larsen stars as a former Air Force pilot who has to return to Earth in the '90s to tangle with some space aliens.

22). Avengers: Endgame (2019)


        The culmination of all the groundwork laid by the 21 films that came before it, Avengers: Endgame features all the favorites in an inter-galactic, time-jumping battle to save the world after "The Snap."

23). Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
        After all of the chaos of Avengers: Endgame, this smaller story, about Peter Parker's school trip to Europe (which gets upended by villain Mysterio, played by Jake Gyllenhaal), provides a nice denouement.

24). Black Widow (2020)
        At the two-dozen movie mark, Natasha Romanoff finally gets her time in the spotlight. And while this is the newest MCU film and the opening movie for Marvel's "Phase 4," the events of the film actually take place after Captain America: Civil War. Confused yet? Black Widow was supposed to hit theaters on May 1, 2020, but has been postponed because of covid19 stuff. It has been rescheduled for November 6.

IMDB Ratings of all marvel movies
chronological order

1. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

2. Iron Man (2008)

3. The Incredible Hulk (2008)

4. Iron Man 2 (2010)

5. Thor (2011)

6. The Avengers (2012)

7. Iron Man 3 (2013)

8. Thor: The Dark World (2013)

9. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

10. Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

11. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

12. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

13. Ant-Man (2015)

14. Captain America: Civil War (2016)

15. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

16. Doctor Strange (2016)

17. Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

18. Black Panther (2018)

19. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

20. Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

21. Captain Marvel (2019)

22. Avengers: Endgame (2019)

23. Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)