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Since the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3, fans have been speculating about the direction the MCU might take, and one name keeps popping up: Mephisto.

From the reveal of Peter Parker’s secret identity at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home to the presence of Agatha Harkness in Disney+’s WandaVision, people can’t seem to stop finding Marvel’s resident devil in every corner of every story.

But what if Mephisto was there already? What if Mephisto has been in the Marvel Cinematic Universe from the very beginning? Here’s a look at just some of the MCU characters who may have been Mephisto and we just didn’t know it.

1. Christine Everhart (Iron Man)

The first adversary that Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark faced in the original Iron Man movie wasn’t a corporate raider or a member of the Ten Rings, but a crusading Vanity Fair journalist trying to show the world the man behind the Armani. There are those in the real world who regularly demonize the press, which is not something The Beat supports, and Leslie Bibb’s Christine Everhart certainly received her fair share of dismissive hate from both Tony and Pepper Potts (Goop) in the movie. Still, Bibb was and still is a recognizable face for such a small role, and just as Clark Gregg’s Agent Phil Coulson was setup for later storylines, so too could Christine Everhart have been the real Big Bad of the MCU in disguise from the very start.

2. Justin Hammer (Iron Man 2)

Throughout the history of the MCU Tony Stark was always just a hair’s breadth away from being outright evil. He was always ethically challenged, but typically he ultimately ended up doing what was right. Justin Hammer is basically Tony Stark if he went in the other direction, and as portrayed by Sam Rockwell in Iron Man 2 it’d be easy enough to just see him as another greedy person if he wasn’t so damn charming.

Hammer utilizes the silver tongue of the Prince of Lies like no other, but it’s those dance moves that indicate he either sold his soul to The Devil or he just plain is him.

3. Miek (Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Endgame)

He’s an insect. He has knives for hands. Miek (Miek) is primarily known as the unintelligible sidekick and best friend of Korg (Taika Waititi) in Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Endgame. In the comics, though, the Sakaarian insectoid becomes an antagonist for Earth’s heroes during the World War Hulk story line, and faces a few more times over the years. Could a villainous turn for the character be in order in the MCU as well? Miek is set to return in Thor: Love & Thunder, and what better way to tie the film to the other goings-on of the MCU than to have Miek turn out to be Mephisto in disguise?

4. Pvt. Lorraine (Captain America: The First Avenger)

They say the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn’t exist, but I would argue that an even greater trick is luring Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) away from his Canonical One True Love (COTL), Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell). The Devil is always trying to corrupt pure hearts and souls, though, so it’s not a huge leap to think that Natalie Dormer’s Pvt. Lorraine could actually have been Mephisto in disguise.

5. Fandral (but just the first one) (Thor)

Remember how there were two Fandrals? That was weird, right? Sure, rumor and IMDB trivia have it that Josh Dallas was cast as Fandral in the first Thor movie after Zachary Levi, who would play the character in two subsequent movies, was unavailable, but could there have been more to the casting strategy than meets the eye? Perhaps the Fandral featured in the original Thor was actually a demon from Hell in disguise, and no one noticed because they were all distracted by Chris Hemsworth’s arms?

6. Thanos (but just at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron)

Look at this.

What is this? Come on. The smirk? The one-liner? That’s not Thanos. That is clearly Mephisto. If you don’t see right through that disguise I don’t know what movie you’re watching. 

7. Ed Brubaker (Captain America: The Winter Soldier)

Former Captain America writer Ed Brubaker was notably quoted earlier this year as saying that he earns more in residuals for his brief appearance in the second Cap movie than he does for having resurrected Steve’s former partner, Bucky Barnes, as The Winter Soldier. Perhaps part of the reason he makes so much for the appearance is that he was playing more than just a nameless scientist working for Alexander Pierce (Robert Redford, can you believe they got Robert Redford to appear in a comic book movie)? What if he was secretly playing Mephisto himself, pulling the strings of events in the MCU from behind the scenes as usual?

8. The person driving the car that Stephen Strange’s car hits (Doctor Strange)

Stephen Strange: World-renowned surgeon. Egomaniac. Reckless driver. It’s hard to argue that the car crash that robs Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) of his hands is his own damn fault — he takes distracted driving to an entirely new level. Still, it takes two to tango, and it took another car with another driver in it to collide with Strange’s car (or, rather, for Strange to collide his car into).

We never see who was in the other car, so who’s to say it wasn’t Mephisto?

9. This guy watching Gamora and Quill fight(Guardians of the Galaxy)

If you were an alien, living on an alien planet, living your normal alien life doing alien things, eating alien foods, and alien working at an alien job for an alien paycheck, and then out of nowhere you’re on your alien lunch break and you see these four other aliens – a kind of douchey-looking guy, a badass green woman, a talking raccoon, and an ambulatory tree – having an alien fight in the alien town square, how would you alien react? Probably shock and a little fear, I would wager. So what’s the deal with the guy at 1:45 of this video?

Gamora just slammed into a fountain right in front of him. Everyone else around him – the blue guy, the purple woman, everyone – looks shocked or concerned. Him? He seems more annoyed than anything else. What’s he hiding? Could he actually be an immortal demon in disguise?

10. Stan Lee (all of them)

Smilin’ Stan Lee is known for his role in helping create many of the Marvel Universe’s most iconic characters, but in the MCU Stan tended to just pop up when least expected, be it as a bus driver, an astronaut, a bartender, or an alien barber. The only person to appear consistently in each of the first 22 Marvel Cinematic Universe films is Stan, and fans have long theorized that Stan was an otherworldly being, akin to The Watcher, traveling throughout the MCU observing events to ensure the story progressed as it should. But what if he was really there to make sure things went wrong? What if “Smilin’ Stan,” in all of his many forms throughout the MCU, was actually “Sinister Stan,” playing yet another of his many co-creations, the malevolent Mephisto?

I mean, why not?

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Scarlett Johansson Is the Best Thing About Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Scarlett Johansson enlivens the pleasant but unremarkable new Captain America.

By Dana Stevens

Scarlett Johansson in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

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After you've seen Captain America: The Winter Soldier, listen to Slate's Dana Stevens and Forrest Wickman discuss it on the Spoiler Special podcast.

The subtitle of Marvel’s new Captain America: The Winter Soldier comes to us via the famous opening passage in Thomas Paine’s Revolutionary War pamphlet “The Crisis”: “These are the times that try men’s souls: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of the country but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.”

Paine never mentions the winter soldier by name—his existence is to be inferred from that of the summer soldier, a military fair-weather friend whose fraudulent loyalty is exposed in times of adversity. Two centuries later, in the early 1970s, the organization of Vietnam Veterans Against the War held a series of war-crimes hearings that became known as the Winter Soldier Investigation, the idea being that he who truly loves his country will be brave enough to tell hard truths about it.

In the new Captain America—sequel to 2011’s The First Avenger—the moral valence of Paine’s weather metaphor has been reversed. The character nicknamed the Winter Soldier isn’t the steadfast, naïve Captain America, aka Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), but his treacherous nemesis—whose real identity I won’t reveal here, but who has emerged far less spiritually intact than Steve has from “the times that try men’s souls.”

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What do revolutionary propaganda and Vietnam-era protest have to do with a competently assembled corporate product like the new Captain America? Nothing, probably; the Winter Soldier name comes from the well-regarded Marvel comic-book series by Ed Brubaker, who has said in an interview that he first heard the term in the context of the '70s hearings, learned much later it came from Paine, and borrowed it less for the historical associations than for the sound: “It’s a very evocative name for a Captain America villain.”

I’m just vamping, trying to find my way into a discussion of a movie that, precisely because it’s such a i want to pay my optimum bill assembled corporate product, seems as impervious to analysis or criticism as its hero’s all-powerful concentric-circle shield is to bonks from bad guys. But among the various interrelated Marvel comic myths that have been converging over the past few years into a unified Avengers cosmology (Iron Man, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, etc.), Captain America does feel like the one that’s the most concerned with taking a longer view of American history, if only because the loyal and patriotic Steve Rogers, who spent the years between World War II and the present day frozen in suspended animation, is a kind of reanimated fossil.

Steve’s status as a gung-ho mid-20th-century good guy in a morally ambiguous 21st-century world provides this pleasant if unremarkable blockbuster with a modicum of ethical heft and a few sly jokes. In the opening scene, we catch a glimpse of a notebook in which the recently resurrected hero has scribbled some notes on cultural touchstones he’s missed out on during his long slumber: The list hd movies captain america the winter soldier Thai food, disco, and Marvin Gaye’s “Trouble Man.” That last is recommended to him by his Army buddy Sam Wilson (appealingly played by The Hurt Locker’s Anthony Mackie), hd movies captain america the winter soldier later reveals himself to be a fellow superdude, the mechanical-winged Falcon. But there are some less fun elements of contemporary American life that Steve will soon have to grapple with: omnipresent government surveillance, drone warfare, and inter-spy-agency skullduggery. He and Sam, accompanied by Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff aka the Black Widow, will soon be on the run, unable to trust even the organization—S.H.I.E.L.D., led by Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury—that’s purporting to protect them.

In its imagining of a corrupt and untrustworthy government honeycombed with secret nefarious conspiracies, The Winter Soldier at times resembles a cleaner, less gritty version of the paranoid political thriller of the ’70s, in which a disillusioned hero goes rogue to discover the truth. So it’s fitting that the movie co-stars conspiracy-thriller veteran Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce, a suave, imperturbable diplomat who may or may not have the best interests of S.H.I.E.L.D. at heart. Redford is an unexpected and bracing presence in a movie of this kind; his presence, along with Jackson’s, lend the movie a current of brainy countercultural hip that the script (by Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, who also wrote both the last Captain America movie and Thor: The Dark World) doesn’t always earn.

It doesn’t make sense to review a superhero movie without mentioning the action sequences, but the sad truth is the Niagara Falls’ worth of movie budgets expended on blockbuster special effects are now wasted on this white-flag-waving viewer. I can barely distinguish or remember who fell off what spaceship onto what exploding aircraft carrier from movie to movie, so ubiquitous and overextended and loud have such scenes become. To its credit, The Winter Soldier (directed by brothers Joe and Anthony Russo) doesn’t casually exploit 9/11 by destroying the skyline of a major city. But for a movie that often shoots for a lighthearted, sunny tone, it has a hell of a high body count, with our heroes routinely storming into enclosed spaces and mowing down everyone in sight.

The most memorable element of The Winter Soldier, besides Redford, is probably Scarlett Johansson, whose dryly funny Natasha at times comes perilously close to being … a well-developed female character? She never appears in a full-body catsuit that I can recall, she cracks actual jokes rather than just reacting to those made by her male counterparts, and she has an amusingly high opinion of her own superheroic abilities, frequently comparing her intelligence favorably to that of the shield-wielding hunk at her side. Evans continues to be engaging as the refreshingly unbrooding Steve, and, all around, The Winter Soldier cheerfully and efficiently does its job doing whatever Marvel movies are meant to do—make you look forward to the next one, I guess. In the closing credits, the full-cast hoedown The Avengers: Age of Ultron (coming in summer 2015) gets a teaser, as does the further-out Captain America 3, and I have to admit that they both show some promise. But I might feel differently once this long cold winter turns to summer, the time that tries movie critics’ souls.

Источник: http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/movies/2014/04/captain_america_the_winter_soldier_reviewed.html

Review: Marvel's 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' is no 'Captain America,' but it's trying to be


Who is Captain America now? What is Captain America now?

That's one of many questions left dangling at the end of Marvel's 2019 ultra-team-up film "Avengers: Endgame," after Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) goes back in time and decides to stay there. And it's the central question underpinning Marvel's latest Disney+ series, "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," (streaming Fridays, ★★½ out of four) a six-episode miniseries about two of Steve's best friends. 

Also known as Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), respectively, the pair played second fiddle to Steve on the big screen, appearing mostly in the "Captain America" films (Bucky was introduced in 2011's "The First Avenger" and Sam in 2014's "The Winter Soldier"). This Disney+ series is their chance to shine, and more importantly for the big business of Marvel, a chance to launch a new version of Cap (both Falcon and Winter Solider had a run at the mantle in the comic books). 

But do two lesser-known Avengers and roughly six hours of screen time make a good TV show? Or is it just another overlong, disorganized film, like Disney+'s first original Marvel series, "WandaVision"? 

More: How Marvel's 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' takes on race, patriotism and Captain America

It's difficult to offer a full assessment of "Falcon" based on the single episode Disney+ made available for review.  Full of big action set pieces that fans of the "Captain America" films will love, "Falcon" also manages a surprising amount of quiet introspection, including ruminations on guilt and family. The premiere shows promise, even if it is slow and plodding. 

Although we're able to go more deeply into Sam and Bucky's lives than ever before – meeting Sam's sister, seeing Bucky on a date – we still lack a true understanding of these men. The superficial insight offered thus far is almost worse than keeping big, broad heroes as ciphers. At least when they're larger than life, the picture is pleasingly fuzzy. Once the first "Falcon" episode starts to dig into their psyches, the gaps in the characters' storylines stand out. Whether subsequent episodes can develop Sam and Bucky beyond surface level remains to be seen. 

The series opens with Sam, to whom Cap gifted his famous shield at the end of "Endgame," wielding it in a not-so-subtle passing of the torch. Only Sam hasn't taken it quite so literally. Feeling like it's not rightfully his, Sam is still out doing hero work, running covert ops missions for the Air Pnc bank near me open late, but he's just wearing his Falcon gear.

His bigger fight is at home in Louisiana, where his sister and her sons spent five years without him during the "blip," in which half the characters in the Marvel universe were magically erased by the villain Thanos, only to be just as magically brought back at the end of "Endgame." As Sam tries to help his sister cling to her flailing family business, we see a side of him that is less swagger and more insecure (and the series asks the question of whether superheroes have salaries, which is surely on everyone's minds). 

More: Review: Marvel's trippy Disney+ sitcom 'WandaVision' is funny but frustrating

Bucky, meanwhile, is in therapy, a condition of his pardon, seemingly granted for his many decades working as a mind-controlled assassin for the terrorist organization Hydra. He is trying to make amends, and while his doctor insists he does so without violence, he is less than gentle www walmart money card customer service he arranges the arrest of a corrupt politician he once served. His life is pretty quiet, though, and he spends his days eating lunch with an old man and playing Battleship on a date. But it's also clear that he's still haunted by what he's done, even if he had no control over himself. 

Those expecting something trippy, twisty and bright like "WandaVision" have come to the wrong corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "Falcon" is a much darker, more by-the-book superpower tale. But what "Falcon" shares with "WandaVision" is a love of cliffhangers and a lazy sense of pacing. Despite two genuinely exciting action sequences, the "Falcon" premiere feels slow, treading water before the story can actually begin. Sam and Bucky don't even meet up in the episode.

For those who love the punchy, kicky, international espionage Marvel movies, "Falcon" will likely check all the boxes. But after watching one episode, I can't help but want more, and it's unclear whether the series will go deeper.

But maybe I'll be surprised. 

More: 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' dropped today—here's how to watch

More: The 20 best TV shows on Disney+ to watch right now from 'WandaVision' to 'So Weird'

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Источник: https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/tv/2021/03/18/the-falcon-and-winter-soldier-review-its-no-captain-america/4729987001/

‘Captain America 4’ in the Works With ‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Showrunner Malcolm Spellman (Exclusive)

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Malcolm Spellman is hd movies captain america the winter soldier up Captain America’s shield once again.

The head writer and creator of Disney+ and Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is developing a fourth installment of the Captain America film franchise for Marvel Studios. Spellman will co-write the script with Dalan Musson, a staff writer on Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

No castings for the project are officially known, but Friday’s episode offers plenty of roads for the feature to take. Up until this point, Chris Evans has played Captain America via the Steve Rogers character, appearing in a trio of solo movies, Avengers outings, and assorted other Marvel films. And the question of who is entitled to hd movies captain america the winter soldier the shield or be Captain America was central to the show.

The feature is likely to continue the story of Sam Wilson, played by Anthony Mackie, and the current wielder of the shield. But as the writers get to work, it will be interesting to see how the story unfolds with there now being multiple people who have been Captain Americas in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

No director is attached, and Evans’ involvement/return remains unconfirmed. Marvel was tight-lipped as usual.

Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which also stars Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes/the Winter Soldier, has earned strong critical and fan reaction. Spellman assembled a nearly all-Black writers room for the series, which has been praised for bringing the Black experience to the forefront quite unlike any other superhero film or TV show before it. The series has tackled issues from discriminatory lending practices to the original sin of America building itself on the backs of Black people.

The series premiered March 19 to what Disney+ said was its biggest series debut audience ever, topping popular shows such as Marvel’s WandaVision and Lucasfilm’s The Mandalorian.

Evans toplined three previous Captain America films, including Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016), and retired the role with Avengers: Endgame. When events pick up in Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Wilson opts to forgo the title of Captain America so the government gives the role to John Walker (Wyatt Russell), a white member of the military.

Spellman was previously a writer/co-executive producer on Fox’s Empire and also acted as a consulting producer on crime drama Truth Be Told before getting the chance to take the lead on Falcon. He is repped by CAA and Industry Entertainment.

Rising scribe Musson was the credited writer of what is considered among the strongest of the show’s installments: the fifth episode, entitled “Truth.” His previous credit was on Iron Sky: The Coming Race, an action-thriller centered on Nazis on the moon. He is repped by Verve and Industry.

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‘Captain America’ Sequel in Development With ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’ Head Writer Malcolm Spellman

Looks like Captain America is taking to the sky.

Marvel Studios has tapped “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” head writer Malcolm Spellman to write the screenplay for a new “Captain America” movie, with “FAWS” staff writer Dalan Musson.

There are no further details about the possible project, but the news comes the same day that “FAWS” concludes its six-episode season on Disney Plus, which ends with several indications for where Spellman and Musson could be taking the franchise. (The next paragraph of this story will deal with spoilers for that episode.)

In the finale, Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) finally accepts the mantle of Captain America, first handed to him by an elderly Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) at the end of “Avengers: Endgame.” Brandishing Cap’s shield and sporting a new red-white-and-blue costume, Sam saves the day alongside Steve’s BFF Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), and in the show’s final credits, the title is updated to read “Captain America and the Winter Soldier.” Meanwhile, Cap’s disgraced replacement John Walker (Wyatt Russell) takes on the moniker of U.S. Agent — his title in many Marvel comics — at the behest of the mysterious operative Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus). And former compatriot Sharon Hd movies captain america the winter soldier (Emily VanCamp) reveals herself to be the nefarious underworld malefactor the Power Broker just as she’s welcomed back into the U.S. government.

The three “Captain America” movies starring Evans — 2011’s hd movies captain america the winter soldier First Avenger,” 2014’s “The Winter Soldier” and 2016’s “Civil War” — are among the best regarded films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially within a single hero franchise. Together, they’ve grossed over $2.2 billion worldwide.

Prior to running the writers room on “FAWS,” Spellman was a writer and co-executive producer on Fox’s “Empire.” Musson wrote the penultimate episode of “FAWS”; his only other produced credit is the 2019 Finnish-German feature “Iron Sky: The Coming Race,” a sci-fi action comedy largely set on the moon and featuring Adolf Hitler riding a Tyrannosaurus rex.

The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news of Spellman and Musson’s involvement. Disney had no comment.

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Marvel movies in chronological order

There’s nothing quite like watching the Marvel movies in chronological order. Unlike some cinematic universes we could mention (*cough* Star Wars *cough*), it’s a lot more straight-forward, which means you can just enjoy the ride rather than getting confused. And with some of the best space movies in the universe among the MCU, why wouldn’t you want to binge them all from beginning to end?

Granted the majority of the best Marvel movies are set around the same, present-day time period, but thanks to golden oldie The First Avenger, 90s flashback Captain Marvel, and the Black Widow prequel, there’s still a lot to be gained by watching the Marvel movies in chronological order. Start by fighting the Nazis in 1942 and then leap-frog in time to when Pogs were all the rage, before eventually jumping into the future to five years after Thanos wiped out half of the universe. 

Watching the Marvel movies in order will give you a whole new appreciation for the MCU – not to mention the journeys of Captain America and Iron Man, in particular – that you just don’t get from watching them in release order. And the good news is that you can watch pretty much all of them with just one Disney+ subscription. Unfortunately, Disney+ doesn’t have The Incredible Hulk or the Spider-Man movies, and at the time of writing Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is still on theatrical release, so you’ll have to find them somewhere else. 

Wait until you have a spare weekend (or month!), load up on all your favorite snacks, and start watching all the Marvel movies in chronological order. You won’t regret it.

Marvel movies in chronological order

  • Captain America: The First Avenger
  • Captain Marvel
  • Iron Man
  • Iron Man 2
  • The Incredible Hulk
  • Thor
  • The Avengers
  • Thor: The Dark World
  • Iron Man 3
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Guardians of the Galaxy 2
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • Ant-Man
  • Captain America: Civil War
  • Black Widow
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming
  • Black Panther
  • Doctor Strange
  • Thor: Ragnarok
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp
  • Avengers: Infinity War
  • Avengers: Endgame
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

1. Captain America: The First Avenger

  • Release date: July 22, 2011
  • Cast: Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Hugo Weaving

If you want to watch all the Marvel movies in chronological order then you have to start with Captain America: The First Avenger. Not the best Marvel movie by a long shot, but given it takes place during World War 2, in 1942 to be exact, its setting is certainly the oldest. Travel back in time to watch Cap fight HYDRA hd movies captain america the winter soldier as Nazis and fall for Peggy Carter, only to be frozen in ice so he could conveniently leapfrog through time to the present day and eventually team up with the Avengers. This is where it all began.


2. Captain Marvel

  • Release date: March 8, 2019
  • Cast: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jude Law

Next you’ll jump forward in time to the 90s where Captain Marvel discovers grunge as well as a community of Skrulls hiding in plain sight on Earth. Set in 1995, Marvel gave us a strong blast of nostalgia with this origin movie, which saw appearances from 90s icons such as Blockbuster, payphones, and Nine Inch Nails. Plus, it was the first Marvel movie to have one of its main characters de-aged using some impressive CGI so a young Nick Fury could kick ass right alongside one of the most powerful superheroes in the franchise.


3. Iron Man

  • Release date: May 2, 2008
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard

That brings us to Iron Man, the very first Marvel movie made, but the third in chronological order. Set in 2010, this origin movie started it all for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Tony Stark creates the Iron Man suit to escape his captors and then become a powerful but arrogant superhero. With his P.A. Pepper Potts and friend Col. James “Rhodey” Rhodes along for the ride, Tony eventually takes down baddie Obadiah Stane who arranged Tony’s kidnapping so he could take over Stark Industries.


4. Iron Man 2

  • Release date: May 7, 2010
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Mickey Rourke, Gwyneth Paltrow

Less than a year later Tony is back in hot water as the son of a former Stark Industries employee, Ivan Vanko, tries to kill him using his own version of Tony’s Iron Man what is a trust company technology. And, as if that wasn’t bad enough, Tony finds out that the palladium core in the Arc Reactor that keeps him alive and powers his suit is actually killing him. All in all, Tony isn’t having a great year, but thanks to a little help from Nick Fury and Natasha Romanoff, aka S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Black Widow, he eventually cures himself and takes down Vanko.


5. The Incredible Hulk

  • Release date: June 13, 2008
  • Cast: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth

At the same time, Bruce Banner is trying to find a cure for his condition which sees him turn into a big, raging, green monster anytime he feels a bit irritated. Set in 2011, Banner is being hunted by General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross who sends special forces soldier Emil Blonsky to take him down. Unfortunately, Blonsky is no match for the Hulk which is why he agrees to be injected with a similar serum to the one that turned Banner into the Hulk. The problem is, it also makes him insane. Eventually becoming Abomination and going on a killing rampage, Banner convinces Ross to let him stop Blonsky and save the day.

Whether this movie counts as part of the MCU is up for debate - Disney/Marvel say no, but it was very clearly meant to be in the MCU when it was created, as evidenced by Tony Stark's post credits cameo.


6. Thor

  • Release date: May 6, 2011
  • Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Portman

Also at the same time (yes, seriously, 2011 was a busy year for the MCU), God of Thunder Thor is banished to Earth by his dad Odin and discovers he’s no longer worthy enough to lift his favorite hammer. There he meets scientist Jane Foster and learns how to live as a mortal for a while. Meanwhile on Asgard, Thor’s brother Loki, the God of Mischief, finds out he’s actually adopted and doesn’t take it particularly well. Eventually, Thor proves himself worthy enough to once again wield his hammer and returns to Asgard to stop Loki from causing anymore trouble, only to witness his brother supposedly die.


7. Avengers Assemble

Surprise! A year after Loki’s ‘death’ and he’s back trying to take over Earth, which leads to the creation of the Avengers in 2012. A recently unfrozen Cap, Iron Man (who’s trying to be slightly more of a team player), a reluctant Banner/Hulk, and Thor (who’s traveled to Earth to stop his brother) all team up to stop Loki. They’re also joined by Black Widow and her pal Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye. Long story short, a huge battle ensues destroying most of New York, but eventually ends with Loki being captured and taken back to Asgard for a spanking.


8. Thor: The Dark World

  • Release date: November 8, 2013
  • Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston

Fresh off the back of taking down his brother, Thor returns to Earth and runs into Jane who has accidentally absorbed a dangerous substance called the Aether, and is more than a little upset Thor didn’t call her when he was in town. After discovering that the Aether will kill Jane, Thor enlists the help of his wayward brother to trick dark elf Malekith into drawing the Aether out of Jane. Loki is, once again, supposedly killed during the confrontation and Malekith tries to use the Aether to wreak havoc on Earth, but is stopped by Thor and Jane.


9. Iron Man 3

  • Release date: May 3, 2013
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow

While this is all happening, Tony is struggling given his experiences during the Battle of New York. Convinced that the only way to protect Earth and the ones he loves is with more Iron Man suits, he spends the better half of 2012 creating suit after suit after suit, only for bombs to start going off all over the place, allegedly orchestrated by the Mandarin. During his investigation into the Mandarin, Tony discovers that scientist Aldrich Killian is really behind the attacks and that he’s kidnapped the President. Tony teams up with Rhodey to save the President, eventually destroying all his suits and promising Pepper he’ll tone down the superhero thing for a while.


10. Captain America: The Winter Soldier

  • Release date: March 26, 2014
  • Cast: Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan, Scarlett Johansson

After the events of Avengers Assemble, Captain America is spending 2014 continuing to adjust to present-day life when an assassin called the Winter Soldier starts causing trouble for S.H.I.E.L.D. It turns out that the Winter Soldier is actually Cap’s old friend Bucky from 1942 who’s been brainwashed and periodically kept on ice by HYDRA. Oh, and HYDRA has taken over S.H.I.E.L.D. as well. Cap, along with Black Widow and his new friend Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, help bring HYDRA/S.H.I.E.L.D. down, but Bucky ends up on the run.


11. Guardians of the Galaxy

  • Release date: July 31, 2014
  • Cast: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace

That same year Star-Lord is roaming the galaxy trying to find a buyer for a powerful Infinity Stone he’s stolen when he gets ambushed by Thanos’s adopted daughter, Gamora, and bounty hunters, Rocket and Groot, who are also all after the stone. After being sent to prison and meeting Drax, the unlikely friends team up, break out, and decide to sell the stone to hd movies captain america the winter soldier it from baddie Ronan, who wants to use it to destroy Xandar. All doesn’t quite go to plan and they end up in a big battle with Ronan, which ends with an awkward dance off and victory for the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Notably, Guardians of the Galaxy sent the MCU into space for the first time (if you don't count Iron Man's very brief spaceflight in Avengers Assemble).


12. Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2

  • Release date: May 5, 2017
  • Cast: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Kurt Russell

No sooner had the Guardians of the Galaxy defeated Ronan, then they were faced with another big baddie in the same year, this time with some added family drama. Star-Lord’s estranged, but very powerful daddy, Ego, turns up and announces he wants to teach Star-Lord his skills. But, before they can get very far with ffin online banking sign in lessons, it turns out that Ego is a mass-murdering psychopath and the Guardians have to destroy him, which isn’t as easy as it sounds. At least they made a new friend in the form of empath Mantis.


13. Avengers: Age of Ultron

  • Release date: May 1, 2015
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth

2015 saw the Avengers having to reform to defeat another villain, except this time it was one of their own making. Well, Tony’s anyway. Still desperately trying to protect humanity, he creates an A.I. robot called Ultron who’s more interested in enslaving humanity than saving it. The heroes have to work together – along with some new friends in the form of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch – to stop Ultron, but it comes at a high price, with the destruction of Sokovia.


14. Ant-Man

  • Release date: July 17, 2015
  • Cast: Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly

While the Avengers were taking down Ultron, ex-con Scott Lang was breaking into Hank Pym’s house and accidentally stealing his Ant-Man suit. After getting caught, Hank reveals he set up the whole thing to see if Scott was good enough to become the next Ant-Man. The good news is he passed, the bad news is that Hank needs his help to stop his former protégé and all round jerk, Darren Cross, from developing his own suit. After training with Hank and his daughter Hope, Scott finally gets the shrinking thing down and saves the day.


15. Captain America: Civil War

  • Release date: May 6, 2016
  • Cast: Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson

After the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, the U.N. asks the Avengers to sign the Sokovia Accords and promise not to do any superhero-ing until they’re told to. Unfortunately, only half the Avengers think it’s a good idea, with Iron Man and Captain America on opposing sides. To make matters worse, King T’Chaka is killed, supposedly by Cap’s old buddy Bucky/the Winter Soldier, causing an international incident involving Black Panther. The Avengers end up having a big bust up, but Cap and Bucky track down the real murderer, Zemo, and discover that he coordinated the whole thing to split the Avengers up. That’s when Zemo reveals Bucky killed Iron Man’s parents, and Cap and Tony’s friendship is officially over.


16. Black Widow

  • Release date: July 9, 2021
  • Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour

Later that same year, Natasha is on the run for breaking the Sokovia Accords when she finds out that the Red Room organization that tortured and trained her to be a Black Widow is still up and running. With an antidote to the Black Widow mind-control, and her former fake family in tow, Natasha tracks down the head of the Red Room, Dreykov who’s turned his own daughter into the perfect soldier, Taskmaster. Natasha and co use the antidote to save her and the other Black Widows and make plans to rescue the rest, all around the world.


17. Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • Release date: July 7, 2017
  • Cast: Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Robert Downey Jr.

After teaming up with Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker/Spider-Man is back in his old neighborhood when he discovers that weapons made from alien tech are being sold by Adrian Toomes. He tries to stop him, but has to be saved by Iron Man, who eventually confiscates the suit he made for Peter when he thinks he’s become too reckless. Trying to get back to normal life, Peter asks his crush, Liz, to the prom, only to discover that her dad is Toomes. Awkward. Realizing Toomes is going to try and steal a plane full of alien weapons, Peter abandons his prom date to stop him.


18. Black Panther

  • Release date: February 13, 2018
  • Cast: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o

After the death of his father in Captain America: Civil War, T’Challa returns to Wakanda to take his rightful place as king, but quickly discovers that Wakandan artifacts are being stolen. In his attempt to apprehend the man responsible, black market arms dealer Ulysses Klaue, C.I.A. agent Everett K. Ross is badly hurt. Meanwhile, Klaue is double-crossed by his accomplice Erik Stevens/Killmonger who kills him, brings his body to Wakanda, and reveals himself to be T’Challa’s cousin. He challenges T’Challa to ritual combat call bank mobile vibe customer service the throne and wins. Planning to send Wakanda weapons to his operatives around the world, T’Challa must gather his remaining allies to stop him and become king once again.


19. Doctor Strange

  • Release date: November 4, 2016
  • Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams

Brilliant but arrogant surgeon Dr. Stephen Strange is in a car accident that destroys his hands. Capital one online checking account login that he can no longer wield a scalpel, he travels the world attempting to find a cure and eventually meets The Ancient One. After agreeing to train him in the mystic arts, Strange is learning how to become a sorcerer when a former pupil, Kaecilius, attacks looking for magic that will help him contact Dormammu of the Dark Dimension. Killing The Ancient One, Kaecilius succeeds in contacting Dormammu, and Strange creates a time loop prison for Dormammu until he agrees to leave Earth forever.


20. Thor: Ragnarok

  • Release date: November 3, 2017
  • Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett

In 2017, Thor returns to Asgard to discover his brother Loki is alive and impersonating their father, Odin. They find their dad, only to discover he’s dying and that they apparently have a terrible older huntington bank ashland ohio hours, Hela, who’s only kept caged by Odin’s magic. Once he dies Hela appears and takes over Asgard, promising to wage war on the rest of the universe. Thor and Loki escape to Sakaar and are reunited with the Hulk (who’s been missing since Age of Ultron) and make friends with Valkyrie. They band together to return to Asgard and defeat Hela by bringing about Ragnarok/the apocalypse, escaping with most of Asgard’s people on a spaceship.


21. Ant-Man and the Wasp

  • Release date: July 6, 2018
  • Cast: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Peña

At the same time, Scott/Ant-Man is under house arrest thanks to his involvement in Captain America: Civil War when he runs into Hope and Hank who are on the run because the authorities think they also had something to do with it. They need his help to rescue Hope’s mom Janet from the Quantum Realm, but they’re not the only ones trying to master the Quantum Realm. Ghost tries to steal Hd movies captain america the winter soldier lab, but Ant-Man and the Wasp team up to stop her while Hank successfully brings Janet back from the Quantum Realm. Everything works out fine, until everyone mysteriously disintegrates, except for Ant-Man, who’s trapped in the Quantum Realm.

There's a lot of quantum physics stuff going on here, and if you want to know more about it we've done a dive into just how realistic Ant-Man's quantum science is.


22. Avengers: Infinity War

  • Release date: April 27, 2018
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans

Thanos, who’s already in possession of the Power Stone, destroys the Asgardian ship, killing Loki (for real this time), to get the Space Stone. He then sends his adopted children to Earth in search of the Mind and Time Stones, as he goes off to find the Reality and Soul Stones. The Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and almost every other superhero in the MCU try their hardest to stop Thanos from getting the Infinity Stones, but one by one he claims them all and can you send money on zelle with a credit card movie climaxes with him snapping his figures to whipping out half of the universe. Bummer.


23. Avengers: Endgame

  • Release date: April 26, 2019
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans

Five years later and the world is still trying to readjust to life after losing so much when Ant-Man returns from the Quantum Realm with an idea to bring everyone back. Using his knowledge, Tony and smart Hulk find a way to time travel and they, along with the remaining heroes, go back to different points in time to find the Infinity Stones before Thanos. When they return (minus Black Widow who’s killed, R.I.P), they use the stones to bring everyone back – but Thanos is back too and ALL the Avengers must assemble to stop him. Iron Man saves the day with a click of his fingers, but dies in the attempt.


24. Spider-Man: Far from Home

  • Release date: July 2, 2019
  • Cast: Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal

The following year, Peter is still grieving Tony’s death when he goes on a school trip to Europe just as it’s attacked by Elemental monsters. Nick Fury appears and gives him Tony’s old glasses that have access to all of Stark Industries resources, and Peter teams up with Beck, a superhero from across the multiverse, to defeat the Elementals. Believing Beck is the hero the world needs, Peter gives him Tony’s glasses, only to discover that he’s not a superhero at all but an ex-Stark employee who was after the glasses all along. Peter and his friends eventually stop Beck, but not before he lands Spider-Man in hot water.


25. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

  • Release date: September 3, 2021
  • Cast: Simu Liu, Awkwafina, Tony Chiu-Wai Leung

During these events, Shaun/Shang-Chi is in San Francisco when he’s attacked by his dad’s criminal organization, the Ten Rings. He goes to find his sister, Xialing, but the Ten Rings also show up there and take both of them to their dad, who reveals he’s going to find their dead mother in a place called Ta Lo. Once in Ta Lo, their aunt tells them that their dad is being manipulated by the Dweller-in-Darkness monster into setting him free, and they have to work together to try and stop him. Unfortunately, the Dweller-in-Darkness escapes, but with the help of www discover shiseido com login dragon they manage to defeat him and save the day. Yay!

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