Marvel Cinematic Universe - All Movies

Can you name the movies that appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Through the end of 2022
Quiz by lafpark12
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Last updated: March 22, 2022
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Year
Movie
2022
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
2022
Thor: Love and Thunder
2022
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
2021
Spider-Man: No Way Home
2021
Eternals
2021
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
2021
Black Widow
2019
Spider-Man: Far From Home
2019
Avengers: Endgame
2019
Captain Marvel
2018
Ant-Man and the Wasp
2018
Avengers: Infinity War
2018
Black Panther
2017
Thor: Ragnarok
2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Year
Movie
2017
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
2016
Doctor Strange
2016
Captain America: Civil War
2015
Ant-Man
2015
Avengers: Age of Ultron
2014
Guardians of the Galaxy
2014
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
2013
Thor: The Dark World
2013
Iron Man 3
2012
Marvel's The Avengers
2011
Captain America: The First Avenger
2011
Thor
2010
Iron Man 2
2008
The Incredible Hulk
2008
Iron Man
+29
Level 2
Aug 9, 2016
Easy
+11
Level 18
Mar 3, 2020
sorry hard
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Level 87
Mar 13, 2021
Easy if you know the MCU. Hard if you don't know the MCU.
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Level 42
Aug 10, 2021
TOTALLY EASY
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Level 56
Sep 1, 2021
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Level 28
Oct 28, 2021
I almost missed doctor strange but ez anyway
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Level 28
Apr 17, 2018
No Deadpool?
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Level 19
Jul 7, 2018
deadpool's not in the marvel cinematic universe
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Level 18
Mar 3, 2020
some people am i right
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Level 87
Mar 6, 2021
Well now that Disney has access to Deadpool's film rights, the chances of him actually joining the MCU is becoming more likely.
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Level 31
May 10, 2022
Especially with a character like Deadpool, where they don't even need to be that creative with how he's added in, he can just fourth-wall break it all.
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Level 63
May 7, 2019
The Marvel cinematic universe is a collection of movies that are connected. Deadpool is not part of the Avenger series how I like to call it. Deadpool you could count in the X-men series.
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Level 22
Jan 2, 2020
Spiderman, Deadpool and X-Men are Marvel.
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Level 55
Dec 18, 2020
Yes, vazilega. But none of them (except the Tom Holland Spider-Man movies) is part of the MCU
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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
Confusing. I was definitely thinking X-Men and others were part of Marvel, so that throws you off. It also doesn't accept Spiderman without a dash, which threw me.
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Level 41
Apr 12, 2021
They are part of marvel just not the marvel cinematic universe
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Level 56
Sep 5, 2021
At the rate Marvel is going, X-Men will be part of the MCU before long!
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Level 55
Mar 26, 2022
@bozoclown jetpunk doesn’t care if you use punctuation or not. you probably changed something else in your answer to get it to be correct.
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Level 58
May 7, 2022
Well, raz0r, all the spiderman movies are part of the MCU now HAHAHA It's interesting reading old comments.
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Level 58
May 6, 2022
"MCU" or "Marvel Cinematic Universe" refers to movies produced by Marvel (as a subsidiary of Disney). "Marvel" movies would be a wider term, encompassing any film featuring Marvel comics characters (the 90's blade movies, all the Spidermen, X-men, etc.).

It's all very complex because Marvel the comic company sold the rights to a lot of it's characters to a bunch of studios back in the 90s when it was nearly bankrupt. Now they are trying to get them all back.

The Tom Holland Spiderman movies are the current exception because they have been essentially "loaned" to Disney to make the team up movies (for a chunk of the profits of course) like Avengers. The solo Spiderman movies though (No way home) are still produced by Sony.

the rights to Hulk (as a standalone film only) are actually owned by Universal, which is why you will never see a Mark Ruffalo standalone Hulk movie.

Fox did own Deadpool and the Xmen, but Disney bought Fox, so now they own those rights again.

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Level 83
May 6, 2022
No Way Home was co-produced by Marvel Studios and Columbia (a subsidiary of Sony). I don't think Disney would trust Sony enough to play around full-on in the MCU without some Marvel quality controls. (see: Let There Be Carnage, Morbius, to know why). The Sony Spider-Verse movies not fully in the MCU, like these, are produced by Sony.

Marvel Studios made a deal with Universal to let Marvel use Hulk in MS-produced movies, while Universal retained the distribution rights to any solo films. Which is why since 2008 Hulk has only been in Avengers or Thor movies. Kind of sneaky on Marvel's part but worked out for them.

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Level 19
Jul 7, 2018
a while ago spider-man: far from home was announced on tom holland's instagram, you can add that.
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Level 37
Jan 8, 2019
I'm so pumped
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Level 81
Apr 28, 2019
I am surprised of the Endgame getting only 81% now. It's been all over social media the past week as people are telling each other not to spoil.
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Level 56
Feb 15, 2021
Endgame is actually the #1 movie in the world now, based on it's box office stats.
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Level 87
Mar 19, 2021
Avatar took the #1 spot back since it was re-released in Chinese theaters.
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Level 47
May 27, 2021
cringe
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Level 57
May 9, 2022
Chad avatar
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Level 87
Apr 28, 2019
How does this crap make so much money?
+6
Level 75
Apr 28, 2019
Because it is a crap. Simple.
+47
Level 59
Apr 29, 2019
Because people like superheroes. Bet you never thought of that.
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Level 41
Apr 29, 2019
God knows, from what I've seen it can't be based on quality of the films.
+77
Level 83
Apr 30, 2019
They're very well-made entertaining movies that tell universally appealing and relevant stories with themes that resonate in any culture or time. There's more to it than that but that's enough.
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Level 70
May 1, 2019
kalbahamut, your comments are excellent, and seem to come from someone with decency and sense. It's refreshing, especially with so many trolls out there.
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Level 63
Jan 25, 2020
you just destroyed all the trolls with one comment.
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Level 67
Mar 15, 2021
Not being a fan of superheroes does not make somebody a troll
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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
Some of the movies are really awesome, but it has gotten a bit stale now. I think it may time for a pause in superhero stuff, and Disney needs to sell Star Wars to someone with a brain, and do the expanded universe stories. Lots of bozos running these great series into the ground. The last few Avengers movies have just seemed identical to a regular dude like me, who doesn't follow it too closely. It is just a huge CGI fustercluck, with a bunch of crap going on while one group fights the other over some magical stone or doohickey, and the plots are interchangeable and forgettable, with one or a few heroes dying at the end, but then something happens in another realm or in hell or space to set off the next chapter, and so forth. Kind of getting cheesy at this point. Might be excited for one by 2030 LOL.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2021
I agree Disney has run Star Wars straight into the ground... but IMO the Marvel universe is still going very, very strong. Captain Marvel and Black Panther both kinda sucked, for MCU movies (in spite of the latter getting nominated for Best Picture), but other than those two? They haven't put out a single bad movie since Age of Ultron. WandaVision and Falcon & the Winter Soldier on Disney + were both great. Loki looks to be good, too. And even the very worst MCU movies (the 3 already mentioned + Iron Man 3 and the Dark World) are still leagues better than stuff like... Suicide Squad... or Jurassic World... or any Fast & Furious movie... or Twilight or Hunger Games or Harry Potter. If people are sick of superhero movies, that's fine, kill off the DCEU those movies mostly suck anyway. (Fox Xverse is already dead) But can't really hate on Marvel for being so successful that everyone is trying to copy them and cash in.... that's just Hollywood for you.
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Level 56
Sep 1, 2021
The Spider-Man No Way Home trailer is now the most watched, most talked about trailer in the world! Looks like Marvel has another hit on their hands!
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Level 83
Mar 6, 2021
Superhero movies just aren't my thing, but I get why they're popular. I saw "Iron Man" because friends were going, and I actually enjoyed it. (I think I also saw the first Hulk movie, which was okay) But then I think someone loaned me a DVD of one of the ones with Chris Pratt in it, and it was everything I dreaded in these. Stupid dialogue, contrived "drama"....I didn't get very far into the movie and just couldn't take it.

Zero desire to see any others. I'm not a comic book person to begin with. But all I need is to get a whiff of a movie that eschews subtlety and nuance and that is so afraid the audience might not pick up on certain details that they simplistically spell everything out, and I'm looking for the remote. I certainly wouldn't spend $20 and 2 hours in a theater to see it.

I guess my ability to suspend disbelief for these types of movies just isn't there. As an older friend of mine used to say, "Everybody's entitled to their own stupid opinion." And that's mine. :-P

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Level 64
Mar 13, 2021
I think you would enjoy Thor: Ragnarok. It's very witty and charming (in a much different way than Guardians of the Galaxy, trust me) and has many memorable moments beyond what people would call "movie trailer eye candy". Taika Waititi is a treasure as director. You might be in the dark on a lot of the plot details but it might be worth it. Much of the same can be said for Spiderman: Homecoming. Also I really really like Captain America: The Winter Soldier but that one's a lot more classic action movie-esque so only check that one out if you end up liking my other recommendations, I guess.
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Level 70
Mar 13, 2021
^Agree. Thor Ragnarok definitely had a different feel to it than other Marvel movies. I enjoy Marvel movies, but sometimes they all feel the same, so it was a nice breath of fresh air compared to the others. Also, if you like comedy, both of the Ant Man movies are really great!
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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
Yeah, I have been to see several with the family, and I enjoyed most of them, but the whole thing is getting kind of tired and silly at this point. They release so many now that they all feel the same, and interchangeable. If you have seen one, you have seen them all. One group of mutants or heroes takes a stance, and then the other group opposes them. Cue a battle with 500 magical creatures in a CGI circus that goes on for an hour, while they talk about some magic underwear or stones or space rocks or something. Some beloved character dies, even though he withstood a million bullets and lasers in the first half of the saga, and now bites the dust from a super javelin of capacity or something. We see something brewing in another galaxy or alternate reality, and the demons are getting ready to attack in the next movie. On and on and on, with some social messages and cheesy script. They can be fun, but getting old at this point. Maybe a break is needed for a few years.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2021
So don't go see them, bozo. They'll make a billion dollars instead of a billion and fifteen dollars. and a few years later there'll be more so you can go back to see them with the rest of us.
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Level 54
Mar 13, 2021
Might have something to do with the fact that it has a fan base dating back 5 decades.
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Level 58
Apr 5, 2022
don't get the hate tbh. Probably one of the most watched and well known set of films this century
+10
Level 48
Apr 29, 2019
Easy (at least if you've seen them)
+14
Level 82
Apr 29, 2019
Hard to have seen Spiderman: Far From Home :)
+6
Level 52
May 27, 2019
Breaking news as the comments section of an online quiz website reportedly leaks the upcoming Spiderman movie
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Level 59
Apr 29, 2019
Easy enough.
+27
Level 88
Apr 29, 2019
Avengers Endgame was SO good. Incredible payoff for a 22-film series. I loved it 3000.
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Level 56
Feb 15, 2021
Really? I thought you were in the lower 6 to 9 hundred range. :)
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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
3000 is the latest sequel to 300. In this one, 3000 Spartans attack the Avengers for control of the Death Star, which then destroys Sauron, which causes his twin brother and evil cousins to look for Thor, who was framed for the whole thing by Iron Man, who is really the guy who killed Peter Parker's uncle. Great film...
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Level 59
May 6, 2022
I didn't think it was as good as Infinity War
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Level 67
Apr 29, 2019
Somehow this whole series just missed me. I'm not above mainstream franchises, but for some reason the MCU just doesn't interest me at all. I saw Guardians of the Galaxy and Ragnarok. I thought they were both okay (probably like 6/10, if I were to rate). I have noticed, among the bits and pieces of the other films I've seen, that they all seem to have the same tone, pacing, etc. They feel like different episodes of the same TV series. It gets old pretty quick. Glad the big payoff seems to be landing for the people who invested all the time and energy into it.
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Level 50
Apr 29, 2019
You happened to watch the lightly toned funny ones. The story arc of the individual characters really pays off as the movies develop, especially when it comes to Iron Man and Thor.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2019
While there are differences between films (Ant-Man is quite a bit different tonally than Captain America, or even take Thor 2 vs Thor 3 it's quite a bit different), there are also many similarities so your comment isn't unfair. That said... if you really loved a TV series, would you stop watching before it got to 22 episodes?
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Level 70
Mar 13, 2021
Kinda agree with jmellor. I used to absolutely love Marvel movies, but some of that started to die off once I realized how similar they all are. For the most part, the plots of these movies kinda revolve around just defeating the villain, with no real plot beyond that.

That being said, I still enjoy watching these movies, and there are definitely some that stand out in my mind. The "Guardians of the Galaxy" movies are hilarious and have a great soundtrack. "Ant Man" is also pretty funny and I really love how Scott Lang is the relatable, everyman hero in the franchise. "The Winter Soldier" and "Civil War" both had some interesting political/societal implications, "Black Panther" was all around a great movie, and, as mentioned above, "Thor: Ragnarok" was pretty witty and felt very different from the other movies.

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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
Yep. They are all interchangeable, and the subplots are pretty much nonexistent or meaningless.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2021
well they can't all be as completely original as the four comments you left here on the same day all saying the same thing.... but they try.
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Level 24
Apr 29, 2019
Surprised not to see Logan or Spider-Man: into the spider-verse or Venom on the list
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Level 72
Apr 29, 2019
They're not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Logan is part of Fox's X-Men universe, while Into the Spider-Verse and Venom are each their own thing from Sony.
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Level 86
Apr 29, 2019
I'm not much of a movie guy, so probably showing my ignorance here - but why do two Spiderman movies make this list, but not the scores of other Spiderman movies?
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Level 59
Apr 29, 2019
The other Spider-Man movies are not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Level 72
Apr 29, 2019
Because the Marvel Cinematic Universe refers specifically to a set of interconnected movies with a shared continuity (i.e., actors and characters from Iron Man show up in Thor; events in Avengers: Age of Ultron are important to the plot of Captain America: Civil War; characters, items, and plots from all the previous movies show up in Avengers: Infinity War; etc.) Spider-Man: Homecoming and Far From Home are the only Spider-Man movies that are part of that shared continuity. All other Spider-Man movies (Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, the two Amazing Spider-Man movies, and the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse all have their own separate continuity, unconnected to the MCU movies.
+5
Level 86
Apr 29, 2019
Thanks, Marlowe, for the explanation.
+4
Level 72
Apr 8, 2022
And now this comment is somehow both totally wrong and completely accurate at the same time.
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Level 66
Apr 29, 2019
Average score, 19? How do you people know this? I couldn't make it through the first Avengers film. Awful.
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Level 67
Apr 29, 2019
I mean, these movies are inescapable. I've only seen two myself, but I got all but five of them. I see them listed in my Netflix, on billboards, TV ads, social media comments, even in the newspaper. They're a cultural phenomenon.

Having said that, a coworker told me how excited he was to see Black Panther the day it was released, and I responded that I have always wished I knew a little more about Huey Newton. So...

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Level 46
Apr 30, 2019
You know, you don't have to take the quizz if you're not into that.
+16
Level 82
May 1, 2019
Or, if you're taking it merely for the points, refrain yourself from commenting.

It's not only good for us, it's good for your health.

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Level 54
Oct 6, 2019
I take it you didn't like the film, thanks for sharing, I doubt I could have lived without knowing your personal feelings about a film on a quiz website.
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Level 83
Mar 6, 2021
So the OP's offering his opinion on one of the movies in this list is stupid, but your offering your opinion on their post isn't?
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Level 54
Sep 11, 2021
I didn't offer an opinion, did I? No, looks like I just made a statement, there is absolutely no opinion given at all.
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Level 83
Mar 24, 2022
Snidely and sarcastically saying that you "doubt [you] could have lived without knowing [their] personal feelings about a film on a quiz website" was your very clear and unequivocal opinion about their post. To say otherwise is merely parsing words.

You mocked them for expressing their opinion, and then promptly offered your own about their post. That makes you look hypocritical, which is why I called it out.

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Level 59
May 6, 2022
Is this your first day on Earth? People have different tastes.
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Level 77
Apr 29, 2019
I'd only seen a couple of these years ago, then our son got us hooked on Guardians of the Galaxy, then we watched Thor: Ragnarok with him, and soon it was the Avengers. Now this grandma can't wait to see End Game. (They say admitting something is the first step to rehabilitation.)
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Level 33
Apr 29, 2019
What about Spiderman 1 2 and 3, And amazing spiderman 1 & 2?
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Level 87
Apr 29, 2019
Already explained above
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Level 15
Dec 21, 2019
MCU are the movie groups which has more than 1 hero

They only show spider-man

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Level 83
Apr 30, 2021
Annabeth, no, that's not right.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2019
If you change the title of this quiz to MCU Phases 1-3, or MCU The Infinity Saga, you could save yourself the trouble of having to make future updates. Endgame wrapped up the whole infinity stones story and most of the major character arcs from Phase 1, and Spider-Man Far From Home has been described by the directors as an extended epilogue to Endgame.
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Level 59
May 2, 2019
But what if the quiz maker wants to keep updating for future instalments?
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Level 83
May 2, 2019
then he shouldn't change the title. I just thought it would be a nice self-contained quiz as is, with no need to reset everyone's points 2 or 3x a year whenever a new movie comes out.
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Level 83
May 5, 2019
2, 0, 1, 2, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3

^ the number of MCU films each year since 2008. Pretty soon there will be one coming out every month and updates for this will get harder and harder to keep up with. :)

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Level 59
May 12, 2019
every month is at least 4 years away though considering we already know there's gonna be 8 new ones by the end of 2022 not including Homecoming.
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Level 14
May 14, 2019
;)
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Level 83
Feb 17, 2020
In recent news Marvel has confirmed that the plan for upcoming phases is to be releasing a new film every quarter, so that's 4 per year, not even counting Sony's Spider-verse which looks to become increasingly interconnected. Still on track...
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Level 83
Aug 8, 2020
Coronavirus torpedoed those plans.. but maybe that means they will be packing even more movies into 2021 and 2022.
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Level 47
Mar 5, 2021
There's gonna be 4 movies for 2021. 😏
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Level 83
Mar 14, 2021
2, 0, 1, 2, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 0, 4...
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Level 30
Apr 30, 2019
Nice one, only the second Spiderman gave me trouble at first because I thought it was called "Away from home"!
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Level 31
Apr 30, 2019
No Spiderman?
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Level 45
May 1, 2019
Not a part of the MCU. Read above comments
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Level 82
May 1, 2019
Furthering: No Spiderman done by Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield is MCU. On the other hand, Tom Holland's is.
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Level 22
Jan 2, 2020
True.
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Level 87
Apr 4, 2022
More furthering since No Way Home makes this even more confusing: Spider-Man movies with only Maguire or only Garfield are not MCU.
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Level 56
Jul 28, 2022
no spiderman done by Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield is MCU.

No Way Home comes out.

No spiderman done by Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield that does not have Tom Holland in it is MCU.

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Level 57
May 5, 2019
What about Dark Phoenix?
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Level 52
May 27, 2019
Not MCU, it's X-Men
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Level 83
Jul 13, 2019
In a couple years X-Men will be part of the MCU, too.
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Level 56
Feb 15, 2021
You're probably right. Though they are very much not connected now, there is so much multiverse stuff going on in the MCU now that they may end up connected after all.
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Level 83
Mar 13, 2021
I actually meant that the X-Men characters are going to start showing up in the MCU played by new actors and eventually there will be X-Men movies from Marvel Studios. I wasn't considering the multiverse stuff, but... that's possible, too. But that wouldn't technically make the older Fox X-films part of the MCU even if they were sort of tangentially connected to them. Maybe through Deadpool.
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Level 52
May 27, 2019
STRANGE! I'm not even a huge Marvel fan and I got every one EXCEPT STRANGE! How could I forget Strange?
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Level 83
Jun 1, 2019
That is a bit strange.
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Level 64
Apr 1, 2020
Maybe, but who are we to judge
+2
Level 83
Aug 8, 2020
I AM THE LAW!
+1
Level 64
Aug 4, 2019
When are the 2020 and 2021 phase 4 movies being added?
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Level 43
Aug 28, 2019
Super easy. 23/23
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Level 18
Mar 3, 2020
1v1 me on my quizes wont be getting 23 then
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Level 33
Dec 20, 2019
100 precent first try
+1
Level 18
Mar 3, 2020
I wish I was as cool as you
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Level 54
Apr 1, 2020
OMG I forgot Captain Marvel i'm an idiot
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Level 83
Apr 1, 2020
very forgettable movie. Don't feel too bad.
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Level 59
Apr 1, 2020
pretty underrated tho
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Level 83
Apr 19, 2020
Underrated by some, overrated by others, realistically very mediocre movie with an aggressively unlikable lead.
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Level 83
Aug 8, 2020
and a very dumb script
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Level 85
Mar 6, 2021
I actually liked Captain Marvel a lot, and I don't really get the Brie Larson hate either.
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Level 87
Mar 13, 2021
I don't find Brie Larson "unlikeable" but I did think that her performance in Captain Marvel was quite underwhelming and possibly one of the worst things about the movie. As for the movie itself, as kal said, it's extremely mediocre, especially compared to most of the other MCU films released around the same time.
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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
Yeah, they always have to rewrite everything today to make it super woke for some reason. Like, if a character happens to be a 4 armed dwarf minority with 89 genders, that is ok, but it seems like everyone needs to be rewritten or thrown in just to virtue signal nowadays. Diversity is great if it happens, but diversity for the sake of diversity is pointless. So is having a woman who looks like Gwenyth Paltrow throwing 300 lbs. men out of windows and arresting male Marines in TV shows and movies. Just absurd. Write something that makes sense.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2021
You haven't actually seen any of these movies, have you, bozo?

I didn't like Captain Marvel... it was badly written, the lead was terrible in it, the plot made no sense, just a very very mediocre movie. And I *do* understand the Brie Larson hate if you have seen some of her social media posts you might understand where it comes from. But as for the movie itself being "woke"... not really. There were 3 or 4 obnoxious throwaway lines in it that were obviously intended to get applause from the angry feminists in the crowd, and at the end when they started playing that No Doubt song that was a bit on the nose, but other than that it was not a political or agenda-driven movie, really. The marketing for it was. And the social media accounts of some people who worked on the movie including Larson's. but the movie wasn't like that; that's not the reason it was bad.

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Level 83
Apr 30, 2021
and as for the physics of small girls throwing large men around..... yeah... sometimes you're right that doesn't make a lot of sense and is just Hollywood silliness like somebody getting blown backward through a window when hit by buckshot, or really "smart" characters always being able to instantly calculate the odds of anything happening off the top of their heads with no data.... but in the case of Captain Marvel... she's a comic book superhero. If you can suspend your disbelief and allow that Hulk.. a 600 lb naked green dude... can punch a million-ton space ship barreling directly toward him out of the sky without breaking the skin on his knuckles, liquefying every bone in his body, or turning his legs into plasma... then I don't see why it's not believable that a 120 lb female should be able to do the same.
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Level 59
Jun 13, 2021
In retrospect I think it felt overrated because the expectations were very low to begin with, and it was only somewhat decent due to Samuel L. Jackson as young Nick Fury
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Level 59
Apr 1, 2020
yeah i got it last
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Level 54
Sep 11, 2021
Not much of a surprise, not only a forgettable film, but a forgettable character as a whole.
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Level 59
Apr 1, 2020
ez
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Level 56
May 6, 2020
Somehow, I nearly forgot Age of Ultron... and I just watched it the other day.
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Level 59
Oct 6, 2020
Anyone beat 4:18 to spare?
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Level 54
May 7, 2022
Yes, even with 30 films.
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Level 44
Jan 26, 2021
easy
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Level 82
Mar 5, 2021
Aaaaand nobody got the movies that haven't come out yet. Except for Black Widow.
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Level 87
Mar 5, 2021
Well this quiz was just updated, so...
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Level 73
Mar 5, 2021
I could only remember about half of these. It's so hard to keep track of how many times the world was almost destroyed.
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Level 58
Mar 5, 2021
I thought it was 'The Eternals' and didn't realise the third sliderman movie had been named.
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Level 57
Mar 6, 2021
"Sliderman" sounds like a superhero who can avoid friction...
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Level 58
Mar 13, 2021
Oops, my mistake. I think I was typing on my phone when I commented.

Although I think I'm going to adopt "Sliderman" and write a story that some day may start its own cinematic universe of superheroes!

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Level 56
Mar 17, 2021
Sliderman is the ultimate hero of Harold and Kumar. He uses White Castle slider burgers to kill his enemies, and then gets stoned on magical herbs.
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Level 67
Mar 6, 2021
Maybe change to MCU everything and add the MCU tv shows like WandaVision, Loki and the Falcon and the Winter Soldier?
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Level 64
Mar 7, 2021
Agreed
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Level 58
Mar 13, 2021
Also there is a Hawkeye series coming out isn't there?
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Level 68
Mar 15, 2021
I thought he was gonna be in the Ms. Marvel show? could be remembering that wrong though
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Level 83
May 6, 2021
Then there would be a debate over whether or not to include the Fox and Netflix shows which technically take place in the MCU, as well.
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Level 76
Mar 7, 2021
I'm so jaded by this yawnfest that couldn't even remember a couple I bothered to see... Had to try for the points.
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Level 83
Mar 13, 2021
cool story. downright riveting. thanks for sharing. I'll remember it always.
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Level 54
Sep 11, 2021
Yawnfest? They may not be cinematic masterpieces, but they are at minimum fun action films.
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Level 70
Mar 13, 2021
UGGGH I was so close to getting all of them, but I thought the name of one of the new movies was "THE Eternals" and not just "Eternals." After trying that, I assumed that I either got the name wrong or that it was coming out later (like in 2022 or something), so I just skipped it, not thinking about just dropping a word from it.
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Level 83
Mar 13, 2021
Kind of weird putting this out at the beginning of 2021 when it includes 4 movies that haven't been released yet. Wouldn't it make more sense to put it on the front page at the end of the year?
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Level 83
Apr 5, 2022
and again for 2022 now.
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Level 36
Mar 13, 2021
Oops, I guessed Wanda Vision!
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Level 39
Mar 15, 2021
what about Wandavision, Falcon and Winter Soldier, Loki, Agents of Shield, Inhumans, and the netflix series?
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Level 68
Mar 15, 2021
Marvel Cinematic Universe - All Movies
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Level 62
Mar 15, 2021
no Howard the Duck?
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
Howard the Duck, the New Line Blade movies, the Fox X-Men (and Wolverine and Deadpool and New Mutants) movies, the Fox Fantastic Four movies, the Lion's Gate Punisher movies, the Columbia Ghost Rider movies, the Sony Spider-Man movies before Homecoming, the first Universal Hulk movie, and that one Captain America movie where he had rubber ears are all movies that featured characters licensed from Marvel Comics. But none of them are MCU movies - movies produced by Marvel Studios which take place in the shared interconnected world of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe).

The Sony Spider-verse movies like Venom and Morbius exist in some weird MCU-adjacent grey area.

Increasingly, given how Marvel seems to be handling the concept of the multiverse, it could be that ALL of these movies will be treated as MCU-adjacent. Not exactly in the MCU, but still in a way canon just in different parallel universes.

That could theoretically apply to Howard the Duck, too.

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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
and it would have to be a parallel universe version of Howard that was in the 1986 film because a different version of the same character has appeared 3x already in the MCU - twice in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies and once (very briefly) in Avengers: Endgame
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Level 57
Mar 16, 2021
good quiz, but I do feel like it's a bit premature to include movies that haven't been released yet, like the 2021 films
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Level 24
Mar 17, 2021
its the eternals
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Level 43
Mar 22, 2021
wtf is Shang Chi??
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Level 28
Apr 7, 2021
a incoming movie for this year
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Level 28
Apr 7, 2021
wow he actualy add shang chi the eternals and the spiderman 3
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Level 17
Apr 9, 2021
great quiz... i love the mcu have seen all the movies and shows... pretty easy though
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Level 83
May 6, 2021
I've seen every movie multiple times and have loved the Disney + shows that have been released so far... but I couldn't get in to the Fox or Netflix shows. I am halfway in to the first season of Punisher, about the same for Legion (not MCU, I know), about half way through season 2 of Daredevil, watched 2 or 3 episodes of Jessica Jones, couldn't make it through a single episode of Agents of SHIELD, never tried to watch Inhumans or several others. I don't know why they just didn't hold my interest. Legion was probably the most interesting out of the above; I might go back to it. and maybe the Punisher, too.
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Level 83
Nov 5, 2021
update: not that anyone cares but I did finally finish watching Daredevil. Pretty decent show, but, I didn't love it or anything.
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Level 14
May 12, 2021
why there is not venom
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Level 83
May 18, 2021
It's confusing but technically not MCU. Marvel Studios owns and produces films for all the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy except Universal still has distribution rights to any solo Hulk movie... but they have a weird joint-custody arrangement with Sony for Spider-Man. The arrangement allows for Sony to produce and profit from Spider-Man movies set in the MCU like Spider-Man Homecoming, while Marvel Studios has the rights to use Spider-Man in other MCU movies like Infinity War and Captain America: Civil War. However Sony still owns the rights to all other "Spider-Man" characters and that includes characters that first appeared as Spider-Man characters or villains such as Venom, Morbius, Carnage, and Black Cat. So Sony makes these other movies which are not technically part of the MCU... even though it's not clear but they might be MCU-adjacent. It's possible that Spider-Man No Way Home will clear some of this up. Or potentially make it more confusing. Multiverse rumors.
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Level 59
Jun 13, 2021
Thought Shang-Chi was gonna be a TV show guess not
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Level 83
Jul 11, 2021
The Disney + shows in Marvel's Phase Four so far have been WandaVision, The Falcon & the Winter Soldier, and (currently ongoing) Loki.

Future Disney + shows include What If?, Hawkeye, Ms. Marvel (which will follow Kamala Khan), Moon Knight, She-Hulk, The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, and possibly others. Not sure if Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Armor Wars and that Wakanda series are definitely happening or not.

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Level 59
Aug 2, 2021
As much as I look forward to all the new MCU shows and movies (and Star Wars shows for that matter) I feel like Disney is gonna be focused on too many projects and the quality of both franchises will depreciate, it seems like it'd be pretty hard to improve even more from this point
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Level 83
Dec 17, 2021
We'll see, but so far they've kept up quality control remarkably well except for, IMO, What If? which to me felt like they weren't even really trying.
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Level 57
Aug 6, 2021
It is weird how much more people get Thor: Ragnarok than Thor: The Dark World
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Level 42
Aug 10, 2021
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022), Black Widow, Spider Man: No Way Home (2022), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2022), Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2022), Hawkeye (2023), What If? (2022)
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Level 22
Sep 2, 2021
I did them all in order by memory
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Level 83
Nov 5, 2021
Saw Eternals on IMAX at Udvar-Hazy last night. Not sure what the murmuring of negative reviews were about... those I saw it with all agreed it was very well done. Better than Shang-Chi or Black Widow, IMO. Coupled with the Disney + shows which have all been great (except for What If, IMHO), I'm very much looking forward to the rest of Phase 4...
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Level 83
Apr 5, 2022
and No Way Home was almost flawless. MCU (MCM?) still going very, very strong. Maybe stronger than ever. Sadly, Sony can't seem to get their s#*t together to keep up quality controls as consistently as Marvel does. Let There Be Carnage was a big let-down and Morbius is one of the worst comic books movies I've seen since the 90s. Which, I think, just makes Marvel Studio's incredible consistency all the more impressive. First episode of Moon Knight was great, too. Looking forward to more and hoping that Sony doesn't muck things up too bad.
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Level 92
Apr 7, 2022
I think my wife and I are about the only people in the world who actually enjoyed Morbius. Not my favourite, by any stretch, but I was entertained from start to almost finish (one of the last scenes bothered me a bit, but not my wife, no spoilers)
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
Happy you enjoyed it. I'm sure you weren't the only ones. Though general consensus seems to agree with me.
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Level 53
Jan 22, 2022
A whole year ago you had a bunch of 2021 movies that weren't released yet, why not do the same for 2022?
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Level 72
Apr 8, 2022
And now they have!
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Level 49
Jan 24, 2022
Captain America: The Winter Solder is not working for me$
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Level 81
Apr 4, 2022
It didn't work for me, either. Poorly shot action scenes and a lack of interesting characters. When I went back and watched them all at the end of phase 3, this was the only one I didn't bother to finish.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
you're kidding, right?
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Level 60
May 6, 2022
I'll have to remember this post so I know not to listen to you on movie recommendations. Winter Soldier was the best Marvel movie. It might be my favorite movie ever, just perfect.
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Level 53
Jan 27, 2022
Can you plz update til the end of 2022? Including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder and finally Black Panther: Wakanda Forever as well.
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Level 88
Apr 1, 2022
Ugh...couldn't come up with "Wakanda Forever". I knew it was a Black Panther sequel.
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Level 76
Mar 22, 2022
Craziest thing happened. So i remember hearing that there was a new Black Panther movie coming out some time soon and i was down the the last two 2022 movies. I guessed Black Panther 2, didn't work, so i just typed Black Panther Wakanda...nothing. So i stuck forever at the end and wouldn't you know it. That was without a doubt the craziest get i've ever gotten! HAHA!
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Level 83
Apr 5, 2022
the panther god was speaking through you
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Level 72
Apr 16, 2022
I can get why people like them and I don't judge people for that (I have enjoyed a couple even though they're not my thing) yada yada. But MAN I wish the over-saturation of these damn movies would start to die out. The Superhero, over-the-top special effects trend in movies is getting so freaking old!
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
they're only getting bigger. And, honestly, at this point, if you took away superhero movies it's likely that cinemas themselves would go away in many places. If you like other types of movies, you should love Marvel movies, too (even if you never go see them). They're the only thing keeping cinemas outside of China profitable and open.
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Level 57
May 6, 2022
Can you add the tv series as well?
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Level 54
May 6, 2022
please accept "guardians of the galaxy vol ii" for guardians 2.
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Level 39
May 6, 2022
How did I forget ALL of the Thor movies?!?!?
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Level 60
May 6, 2022
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 doesn't work? It seems like that should probably work. I thought I had the wrong word.
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Level ∞
May 6, 2022
It does work though.
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Level 54
May 6, 2022
Would it be possible to accept the number instead of the title of the movie? For example, I missed Black Panther: Wakanda Forever the first time because it wouldn't accept "Black Panther 2" as an answer.
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Level 58
May 7, 2022
Its amazing how many people in this comments doesnt know what the MCU is, even though they tried to do the quizz.
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Level 65
May 7, 2022
My favorite MCU movie is The Avengers
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Level 83
May 26, 2022
It was mine, too, for a long time. But I think I've decided now that Infinity War and Endgame were both much better, and Civil War, Ragnarok, and No Way Home were all better movies, too. The original Avengers was amazing for what it was and when it was, but the MCU has evolved so much since then.
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Level 23
Jul 2, 2022
can u accept "black panther 2"
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Level 56
Jul 28, 2022
UPDATE!!!

After San Diego Comic Con we now have a bunch of new movies confirmed, including all Phase 5 films plus 3 from Phase 6

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Level 83
Sep 22, 2022
Please don't encourage them to make this more forward-looking than it already is. Expecting people to know every Marvel movie coming out in the next year, before they've been released, is already asking a lot for anyone who isn't a superfan.

IMO it would make more sense to update this quiz at the end of every year rather than at the beginning. Though maybe that's to avoid complaints from nerds coming here and demanding updates upon each new film's release...

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Level 28
Sep 8, 2022
Black Panther 2 isn't even out yet....
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Level 19
Sep 28, 2022
You forgot about Morbius XD.