MARVEL cinematic universe

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In Film
  • 2,019 BCE

    CAPTAIN MARVEL

    CAPTAIN MARVEL
    The film starring Brie Larson is its origin story, and is not only set in the 90s, but will lay the foundation for everything that comes to us in Phase 4.
  • 2,019 BCE

    Avengers: ENDGAME

    Avengers: ENDGAME
    Completion of all of the above, and whose end opens a new path to what will come from now, laying the foundations of what is known as Phase 4.
  • 2,018 BCE

    Avengers: INFINITY WAR

    Avengers: INFINITY WAR
    First of the two deliveries that will culminate Phase 3 of Marvel, in addition to the first 10 years of history of the MCU. At last we know Thanos's motivations and see all the heroes on screen (it is not missing one ... well, yes ... one yes). Its end still hurts in the hearts of thousands of fans.
  • 2,017 BCE

    SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING

    SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
    Another film presentation, although not of the character, but of the actor who plays it, since at least we get rid of seeing again the story of how the spider bites Peter Parker. Although we have already seen him in 'Civil War', we know him here.
  • 2,016 BCE

    CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

    CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
    Another vital delivery to understand what will come to us. Reunion of the Avengers (except Hulk and Thor), and start of the fight between Captain America and Iron-Man because of the so-called Sokovia Agreements, a treaty signed by the vast majority of countries to regulate and control superheroes. Tony Stark agrees. Steve Rogers no.
  • 2,016 BCE

    DOCTOR STRANGE

    DOCTOR STRANGE
    Presentation of the character of Stephen Strange, in addition to knowing the operation of the Gems of Infinity and how the different realities work.
  • 2,015 BCE

    Avengers: The Age of ULTRON

    Avengers: The Age of ULTRON
    This film, which was not well received by critics, also meant a before and after in the future marvelita: the Avengers dissolve, we know Vision and Scarlet Witch ... and the romance between Black Widow and hulk.
  • 2,015 BCE

    ANT-MAN

    ANT-MAN
    Like 'Guardians of the Galaxy', this film works independently, since it is a closed and self-contained story that shows the character of Scott Lang and his conversion in Ant-Man.
  • 2,014 BCE

    GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

    GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
    Marvel's rather risky bet but it went perfectly. He introduces us to several superheroes totally unknown to the public and gets us to take care of them instantly. In addition, it helps us to know a little more about Thanos, the great enemy in the shadow.
  • 2,012 BCE

    THE AVENGERS

    THE AVENGERS
    The culmination of Phase 1 is this epic created by Joss Whedon, with one of the best choreographed final fights of recent years. We begin to know the dynamics of the characters ... and Thanos, in the post-credits scene.
  • 2,011 BCE

    THOR

    THOR
    Presentation of Thor by Loki (the most famous villain of all films)
  • 2,011 BCE

    CAPTAIN AMERICA THE FIRST AVENGER

    CAPTAIN AMERICA THE FIRST AVENGER
    It is not the first film produced by Marvel but it is the first film you must see to understand the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it is set in World War II.The movie happens in the second world war
  • 2,008 BCE

    IRON MAN

    IRON MAN
    The movie that kicked off ten years of blockbusters ... and the biggest change in commercial cinema. We know Tony Stark, who will be the character on which the entire MCU turns.
  • 2,008 BCE

    THE INCREDIBLE HULK

    THE INCREDIBLE HULK
    This new version of Hulk, after the failure of the Ang Lee movie, also convinced no one. In addition, we have Edward Norton and his complicated character that caused Marvel to replace him with Mark Ruffalo. Of this rather mediocre film, only William Hurt remains.
  • 1,939 BCE

    MARVEL Cinematic Universe

    MARVEL Cinematic Universe
    All this films are independly produced by Marvel Studios and based on the characters that appear in the Marvel Comics publications.
    The franchise has expanded to include comics, short films, television series and digital series.
    The franchise has been a commercial and critical succes, it even inspired other filmand television studios with sights to adapt comic characters to try to create similar shared universes.
    It was created in New York by Stan Lee