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The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel 2016 Opening logoMarvel branched themselves into the movie industry. From 2000 to 2008, the studio independently created films based off memorable characters, with the help of outside film studios, from the comic book universe, like the X-Man (20th Century Fox), Spider-Man (Sony-Columbia), and Blade Trinity series (New Line), each series earing their fair share of praises and critics. After the success of 2008s Iron Man, Disney bought Marvel which help paved the road to one of the greatest franchise that has come to exist, all starting with one simple line during the post credit scene in the first Iron Man, “I'm here to talk to you about The Avenger Initiative”.

At the beginning, there was a major risk starting the Avengers Initiative, most of the character within the group were not as popular as Spider-Man or the X-Men in the late 2000s. Even with the lead actor (Robert Downey Jr playing Tony Stark) known for not having the best reputation and a cast that was not well known in the movie industry, Iron Man was well received in the box office and was the corner stone for remaining movies in Phase 1 of the saga. Avengers Cast

Following Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, and Captain America each gained their solo movie appearance which lead to 2012s Avengers Assemble, having the team consist of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). Now this version of the Avengers has been noted to be very different from the ones of the comics, one of the reasons being that Captain America is not an original founding member of the group, but this was not too harshly judge by most member of the community due to the multiverse theory. With the completion of Avengers and a post credit scene of what the future holds for the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the phase one of Marvel Cinematic Universe or MCU was completed and gearing up to move on to phase two.



Phase 1 (2008 - 2012)

Iron Man Movie Poster        The Incredible Hulk Movie Poster        Iron Man 2 Movie Poster        Thor Movie Poster        Captain America: The First Avenger Movie Poster        The Avengers Movie Poster

Phase 2 (2013 - 2015)

Iron Man 3 Movie Poster        Thor: The Dark World Movie Poster        Captain America: The Winter Soldier        Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Poster        Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Poster        Antman Movie Poster 

Phase 3 (2016 - 2019)

Captain America: Civil War Movie Poster        Dr Strange Movie Poster        Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Movie Poster        Spiderman: Homecoming        Thor: Ragnarok Movie Poster        Black Panther Movie Poster        Avengers Infinity War Movie Poster        Antman and the Wasp Movie Poster        Captain Marvel Movie Poster        Avengers Endgame Movie Poster        Spiderman: Far From Home

Non-MCU Movies

Blade Movie Poster        X-Men Movie Poster        Blade II Movie Poster        Spider-Man 2002 Movie Poster        Daredevil Movie Poster        X-Men 2 Movie Poster        Hulk Movie Poster        The Punisher Movie Poster        Spider-Man 2 Movie Poster        Blade: Trinity Movie Poster        Elektra Movie Poster        Fantastic Four Movie Poster        X-Men: The Last Stand Movie Poster        Ghost Rider Movie Poster        Spider-Man 3 Movie Poster        Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer        Punisher: War Zone        X-Men Origins: Wolverine        X-Men: First Class        Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance        The Amazing Spider-Man        The Wolverine        The Amazing Spider-Man 2        X-Men: Days of Future Past        Fantastic Four 2015        Deadpool        X-Men: Apocalypse        Logan        Deadpool 2 Movie Poster        Venom        Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse        X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Television and Media

With more projects in the years to come, Marvel has branched their MCU into television series that can be streamed from Disney +, as well as announced the new line up of movies

Disney+ Sneak peeks of three new Marvel Originals

Updated News

Marvel Studios' Black Widow | Final Trailer

With the spread of COVID-19 Marvel have confirmed their new release dates for future projects as followed:
  • 2020
  • Black Widow - November 6
  • 2021
  • The Eternals - February 12 Shang-Chi and the Legends of The Ten Rings - May 7 Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - November 5
  • 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder - February 18 Black Panther - May 6 Captain Marvel 2 - July 8
** Dates are subjected to change**