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Here’s How to Watch the Marvel Movies in Chronological Order

It began with 2008’s “Iron Man,” a film that introduced the world to Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark with the hint that he could be part of something greater. Twenty-five films later, the story of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still being told, albeit with various tributaries and detours that introduce new characters and new worlds that may or may not cross paths one day. Each film in the MCU stands on its own to some degree, but like building blocks, they all connect as part of one interconnected universe. And in that way ,watching the Marvel movies in order tells one grand story.

There are a couple of different ways to watch the MCU movies, but below we run down how to watch the Marvel films in chronological order. Indeed, some films like “Captain Marvel” and “Captain America: The First Avenger” are full-on prequels set in the 1990s and 1940s, respectively, and with such intricate storytelling throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you can watch the films in timeline order and it all continues to make sense.

But if you’re a purist, we’ve also included the release order list of MCU movies, as well as which Marvel films you can stream on Disney+ right now.

Marvel Movies in Chronological Order

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Most of the Marvel movies take place one right after the other, but others chronicle events that occur concurrently with events from other films. For instance, the events of “Thor: Ragnarok” take place around the same time as the events of “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” with both films leading up to “Avengers: Infinity War.”

The MCU story is divided up into three phases that make up The Infinity Saga, a story that begins with “Iron Man” and ends with “Avengers: Endgame.” Phase Four began with the Disney+ series “WandaVision” and also includes “Black Widow” and “Shang-Chi.”

Here’s how to watch the MCU movies in chronological order of events:

  • Captain America: The First Avenger
  • Captain Marvel
  • Iron Man
  • The Incredible Hulk
  • Iron Man 2
  • Thor
  • Marvel’s The Avengers
  • Iron Man 3
  • Thor: The Dark World
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 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
  • Eternals

Marvel Movies in Release Order

Marvel Studios first began independently producing its own films with 2008’s “Iron Man,” and the first few MCU movies were distributed by Paramount Pictures (with Universal distributing “The Incredible Hulk”) before Disney bought Marvel and released every Marvel Studios movie after “Captain America: The First Avenger.” The exceptions are, of course, the two standalone “Spider-Man” films, which while official MCU canon, were released by Sony Pictures.

So here’s how to watch all the Marvel movies in order of release:

  • Iron Man (2008)
  • The Incredible Hulk (2008)
  • Iron Man 2 (2010)
  • Thor (2011)
  • Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
  • Marvel’s The Avengers (2012)
  • Iron Man 3 (2013)
  • Thor: The Dark World (2013)
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
  • Ant-Man (2015)
  • Captain America: Civil War (2016)
  • Doctor Strange (2016)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
  • Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
  • Black Panther (2018)
  • Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)
  • Avengers: Endgame (2019)
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
  • Black Widow (2021)
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)
  • Eternals (2021)

Is It Better to Watch Marvel Movies in Chronological Order or Release Order?

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While the overall story makes sense either way, if it’s your first time in the MCU you should probably start by watching the films in release order. Not only is that the order in which the films were made, but you can also chart the evolution and refinement of MCU storytelling as Marvel Studios worked out the kinks and perfected how to make a Marvel movie.

But if you’ve seen most or all of the Marvel movies, watching them in chronological order is a fun experience. It doesn’t change any of the story, and it’s definitely weird to watch “Captain Marvel” so early and then wait 20 movies for Brie Larson’s character to ever be mentioned again. But it allows you to appreciate how well Marvel retrofitted its prequel movies into the existing timeline.

When the Marvel Disney+ Shows Take Place

WandaVision

The first Marvel Disney+ show takes place three weeks after the events of “Avengers: Endgame” and is nestled between “Endgame” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” takes place six months after the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” but before the events of “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

Loki

“Loki” begins in the immediate wake of “Avengers: Endgame,” but it’s unclear when the MCU-altering events of the Season 1 finale take place.

Hawkeye

“Hawkeye” takes place at Christmastime about a year after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.”

Upcoming New Marvel Movies

And here’s a list of what’s next for the MCU in terms of confirmed films and their planned release dates.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home – Dec. 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – May 6, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder – Jul. 8, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Nov. 11, 2022
  • The Marvels – Feb. 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – May 5, 2023
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – Jul. 28, 2023

Which Marvel Movies Are Streaming on Disney Plus?

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Almost every MCU movie is streaming on Disney+, aside from “The Incredible Hulk” and the two “Spider-Man” films, which are not currently streaming anywhere.

“Eternals” will be available to stream on Disney+ at a future date.

  • Iron Man
  • Iron Man 2
  • Thor
  • Captain America: The First Avenger
  • Marvel’s The Avengers
  • Iron Man 3
  • Thor: The Dark World
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • Ant-Man
  • Captain America: Civil War
  • Doctor Strange
  • Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2
  • Thor: Ragnarok
  • Black Panther
  • Avengers: Infinity War
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp
  • Captain Marvel
  • Avengers: Endgame
  • Black Widow
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Источник: https://www.thewrap.com/marvel-movies-in-order-how-to-watch/

In its first episode, Marvel’s What If…? imagines a sweeter, stronger Marvel universe

What If… Peggy Carter became Captain Carter?

I love alternate-universe superhero comics, be they What If?s at Marvel or Elseworlds over at its Distinguished Competition. At their best, they can tell compelling stories outside of the all-important canon while still offering an example of why that canon is so all-important. You get to see what would happen if Spider-Man were the Punisher and also if he had the Venom symbiote, which sure sounds fun, but you also get to see why it wouldn’t work if Spider-Man was always the Punisher and always had the Venom symbiote. The basic premise of the concept is that you tweak one thing from an established storyline and pull on that thread to see how it would change everything else. Marvel succinctly frames these stories as, say, “What If Gwen Stacy Had Lived?” in the comics, and the TV show does something similar with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

It’s a good sign, then, that the first episode of Marvel’s What If…? on Disney+ actually manages to include pretty much every thing I like to see in an alternate-universe superhero story, meaning it’s a fantastic example of the ideal version of what this show could or should be in my mind. The premiere has someone new taking on the mantle of an iconic hero, winky jokes about the regular timeline, and ends in such a way that hints at where this particular timeline could go by teasing a reality that is arguably cooler than the one shown in the actual MCU. It notably stumbles into a mistake that always irks me in alternate-universe stories like this, but aside from that, it’s just an absolute blast.

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What If...Captain Carter Were The First Avenger?

The What If…? this time around, as nicely laid out by Jeffrey Wright’s The Watcher (who narrates the beginning and end of each episode and will never, ever, ever interfere in what happens in them, unless he ends up doing it all the time like The Watcher does in the comics), is that Peggy Carter ends up getting the super soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers—who actually gets shot, severely injuring him and making it difficult for him to walk. Unlike Steve’s Captain America in the movies, who was happy to make pro-America propaganda for a while before realizing he could do more as an actual super-soldier, Peggy is immediately and immensely frustrated with the misogynistic military men who refuse to entertain the concept of a woman going to the frontlines and righteously slaughtering Nazis.

Luckily, Howard Stark is happy to throw together a Union Jack-themed costume and shield for the newly dubbed Captain Carter, who promptly goes off to righteously slaughter some Nazis and—in a major diversion from Captain America: The First Avenger—recover the Tesseract before the Red Skull even gets his fascist hands on it. That gives Howard an opportunity to create a brand new piece of Hydra-stomping tech: the Hydra Stomper… which is just a WWII Iron Man suit. Little Steve Rogers uses the suit rather than Howard himself, but much like in the many alternate-universe Batman stories where Bruce Wayne’s dad is the Dark Knight, some superhero gimmicks are genetic.

From that point on it’s just a straight-up action romp, with Peggy going on to rescue Bucky Barnes (who notably does not fall off the train here, though he does make a joke about how dangerous it is and how he could lose an arm) and then her and little Iron Man Steve Rogers trash the bad guys in a series of excellent action scenes. There’s a great mid-air sequence with Peggy jumping from plane to plane and beating up everyone inside, and an attack on a Hydra base where the camera flips and spins to follow Peggy’s movements that has more visual panache than pretty much anything in any of the live-action MCU adventures.

Plus, in what little downtime there is, Peggy and Steve make repeated references to someday being able to “dance” with each other (wink, wink, just like in the movie), and there’s a very sweet moment where she tells Steve that he’s her hero because of the way he keeps fighting even though he’s a little guy, and then he responds by saying that she’s his hero. As an enormous fan of Steve/Peggy’s romance in the movies, I absolutely love this stuff. It’s a deepening of their relationship in a way that there wasn’t really time for before, and it shows just how much potential for good stories there is in this concept—beyond, you know, how awesome it is to see Peggy Carter beating the shit out of Nazis.

But, unfortunately, there is that aforementioned stumble. Hold on while I get real nerdy with this: In Captain America: The First Avenger, the Tesseract that the Red Skull initially finds in the church is a fake, and the real one is hidden nearby. In this episode, (and maybe this is just me missing it) the sequence of events regarding the fake Tesseract isn’t totally clear, so it seems like the Red Skull doesn’t actually find the real one until the end of the episode when he uses it to summon a tentacled space monster—meaning the one that Peggy swiped early on was the fake.

This is what bugs me: In the movie, Red Skull destroys the fake cube because he knows it’s fake, and then he gets the real one right after. If that’s not exactly how it happened in this What If...? reality, and it doesn’t seem to be, then it cheats the basic concept by altering two unrelated things about the original universe. Everything has to spiral out from Peggy getting the serum instead of Steve, or else this becomes “What if Peggy replaced Captain America and also the Red Skull didn’t find the real Tesseract until later?” (On rewatch, I see now that the show skipped over the whole fake Tesseract, and apparently the real one was inside the Hydra Stomper, but they don’t show any of that, so it’s unnecessarily confusing.)

That’s just a little sticking point in an episode that is otherwise a ton of fun, and given the way it ends—with Peggy getting sucked into a portal in the 1940s and then reappearing in the S.H.I.E.L.D. base in The Avengers—is a great hook for hypothetical follow-up adventures… except they’re not hypothetical. The creators of the show have already teased that they’re working on another season, and Captain Carter is the one character they’ll admit to bringing back next time around. I, for one, could not be happier about that. Let’s hear it for Captain Carter.

Stray observations

  • What’s the What If? What if… the crowd watching Steve Rogers get the super soldier serum had stayed in the room?
  • Did they cheat? A little bit, but only because they cut out some little bits of what happens in the movie.
  • Did The Watcher interfere, even though that’s the one thing he must never, ever do? Nope! Good on you, Watcher.
  • Seriously, I cannot overstate how much I loved that mid-air sequence. That’s the kind of scene that animation was made for, and I’m so happy to see this show doing stuff like that rather than just attempting to replicate a live-action movie.
  • Red Skull uses the Tesseract to summon a “champion” who will fight for Hydra. I was curious to see who it would be, but it just ends up being a series of space tentacles—you know, like the Hydra logo! It was probably meant to be a generic space monster, but feel free to tell your friends it was Shuma-Gorath.
  • Sometimes you have to come up with a superhero name, and British intelligence agent Peggy Carter deciding that the American military should just start calling her “Captain Carter” is some efficient streamlining. (Captain America got the name from his propaganda movies and also may not actually be a captain.)
  • In what I suspect is going to be A Thing going forward, Disney did not release the official cast list for this episode ahead of time, and the credits were blacked out on my screener. It’s obviously Hayley Atwell doing a great job as Peggy and Bradley Whitford as the military jerk who is not Tommy Lee Jones’ military jerk, but everyone else (some of whom are from the movies) is mostly just fine. Teaser: We’ll have more reasons to talk about voice acting next week.

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Источник: https://www.avclub.com/in-its-first-episode-marvel-s-what-if-imagines-a-swe-1847423462
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Sebastian Stan initially tried for Steve Rogers. However, the show-makers considered his icy, aloof acting technique and previous work and cast him as Bucky Barnes. He has still been acing it as the Winter Soldier.

7) Evans refused Captain’s Role Thrice

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Chris Evans turned down the Marvel casting couch three times when approached to play Steve Rogers’s role. Finally, they got him with a nine movie contract. As a result, the fans saw our beloved Captain brought to life on screen.

8) Evans did not have to Audition

Director Joe Johnston was dead sure he wanted Evans for the role of Captain America. Hence, he directly extended a contract without any scheduled initial auditions. Johnston indeed picked the right star for the films.

9) Evans earned $300K from The First Avenger

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Evans did a stellar job playing the Captain in Captain America: The First Avenger at the modest sum of 300K dollars. Marvel Studios and the fans soon recognized his worth. Eventually, he earned a total of $ 6.9 million from Avengers: Age of Ultron.

10) General Stan Lee: The Cameo

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Stan Lee didn’t have anything to do with the creation of Captain America as a comic character. Yet, like many other MCU films, he cameoed as a general in the First Avenger.

11) Ryan Phillipe and John Krasinski were Contenders for Captain’s role

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John Krasinski from The Office, A Quiet Place is a highly versatile actor. He was a possible candidate for the character of Steve Rogers.

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Ryan Phillipe of I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions was also considered by Marvel Studios for the part of Captain America.
Ultimately, Chris Evans bagged the role.

12) Sebastian Stan had financial issues during The First Avenger

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He admitted having rent problems while Captain America: The First Avenger was being filmed.
Stan recently joked about paying for Anthony Mackie‘s dinner, a fun callback to his tough days.

13) Captain America had 4 Shields

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Fans dearly remember the Captain sporting Howard Stark’s Vibranium shield throughout the comics and the films. In real life, Evans had to practice with metal, fiberglass, and rubber shields during stunts. Extreme stunts would be integrated with a computer graphic(CG) generated shield.

14) Laura Haddock appeared as a Captain Fan and as Star-Lord’s Mother

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Haddock, later in Guardians of the Galaxy, played Peter Quill’s mother. Director James Gunn joked that Haddock appeared as Star-Lord’s grandmother in 1941 when The First Avenger’s events took place.

15) Stanley Tucci wanted a role with a German Accent, so Dr. Erskine happened

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The audience still remembers the brilliant Dr. Abraham Erskine, the creator, and the only successful super serum user. Stanley Tucci only got the role because he wanted to experiment with his German accent. Thus, we fans got to the poignant moments between Steve and Erskine.

16) World War II Movies Inspired Stan’s Bucky Barnes

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Sebastian Stan told MTV that he was amazed by World War II military personnel’s stoic poise and discipline. As a result, his character developed based on the original comics and many films on the topic, especially from Band of Brothers.

17) Emily Blunt was a candidate to play Peggy Carter

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Marvel Studios considered actress Emily Blunt for Peggy Carter’s role. However, she turned it down due to scheduling conflicts.

18) Hayley Atwell’s Favorite Scene was her kiss with Evans

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Since 2008, the Marvel movies have given us a steady stream of superheroes and stories that have ruled movie theaters – and now streaming services! – to become must-see pop-culture staples. With Oscar-winning director Chloé Zhao's "Eternals" (in theaters Friday) bringing a hugely diverse cast including Angelina Jolie and Kumail Nanjiani to the MCU, it’s a good time to binge all 26 movies (so far) for the first time or the umpteenth.

Sure, you could watch them in release order, starting with the original "Iron Man," and be totally fine. But with certain tales taking place in the past and some connecting more directly to others in the overall narrative, maybe try out a different viewing order to change things up. (Most Marvel movies can be streamed on Disney+, while the rest – including the Sony-released “Spider-Man” films – are available on various digital platforms.)

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Start here: ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’

A top-notch World War II origin story for Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), the first Cap flick comes earliest in the timeline, introduces the heart and soul of the MCU, and flings our hero into modern day to meet Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) to tease a bigger deal at stake.

2. ‘Captain Marvel’

In addition to seeing a cosmic aspect to the MCU, we get to see Fury in the ’90s as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and how his dealings with supremely powerful Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) inspire the Avengers Initiative. Also, the end-credits scene where a modern-day Carol meets the Avengers is one heck of a flash-forward tease.

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3. ‘Iron Man’

Now’s the time for the other important origin, of arms-dealing genius playboy billionaire philanthropist Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and his journey toward being a tin man with a heart. This is also a totally fine place to start – since it’s the first MCU movie – but it’s cool to know a little more about Fury’s initiative when he arrives, cloak and dagger style, to recruit Stark.

4. ‘The Incredible Hulk’

True, Mark Ruffalo is a WAY better Bruce Banner than this film’s star, Edward Norton, but it’s still helpful to watch this chapter to figure out how the Hulk came to be with the whole gamma radiation thing and all. However, for those who want a speedier experience, it’s totally skippable.

5. ‘Iron Man 2’

This one isn’t great either, though it is essential in terms of introducing assassin Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and boosting the status of another future Avenger, Stark’s bud James Rhodes (Don Cheadle), aka War Machine. An end-credits scene also showcases a magical hammer, setting the stage for …

6. ‘Thor’

Finally! Chris Hemsworth’s thunder god enters the MCU with an adventure that kicks him out of Asgard to spend time on Earth to figure out his worthiness. The flick brings Thor’s trickster half-brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) into the fold, plus keep your eyes open for a quick first appearance from ace archer Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner).

7. ‘The Avengers’

Ah, now we’re getting epic! The blockbuster shawarma-chomping party brings together Cap, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Hulk (hello, Mark Ruffalo!) to stave off an alien invasion of Manhattan perpetrated by Loki. Also of note: A glimpse of cosmic baddie Thanos pops up in an end-credits scene, setting the stage for our heroes’ biggest challenge.

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8. ‘Thor: The Dark World’

The bad news: It’s a forgettable movie with the MCU’s absolute worst villain (Christopher Eccleston’s Malekith). The good news: The Aether, one of the Infinity Stones, possesses Thor’s girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) and gets transported to outer-space oddball The Collector (Benicio del Toro). His appearance sets up …

9. ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

Here’s where we finally get an explanation of the all-powerful Infinity Stones and their appeal for Thanos. More entertaining, though, is a bunch of misfits banding together as a team, a talking tree and a raccoon are best friends and rogue-ish Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) tries to explain “Footloose” to space assassin Gamora (Zoe Saldana).

10. ‘Iron Man 3’

“Science Bros” Stark and Banner drove off together at the end of “Avengers,” so let’s catch up with them here in a primarily solo adventure as Iron Man deals with some serious PTSD from the attack of Manhattan and Ben Kingsley as the terrorist Mandarin (though there’s some twistiness in his reveal).

11. ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

Cap learns his childhood best bud Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) is a brainwashed assassin and that the evil Hydra has pretty much taken over S.H.I.E.L.D. from within. In addition, an end-credits scene introduces Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who becomes very important later, and her speedy bro Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson).

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12. ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver form an anti-Avengers squad with evil robot Ultron (James Spader), a peacekeeping artificial intelligence created by Stark and Banner that turns megalomaniacal. The kids wind up teaming with the Avengers to save their Eastern European country and Vision (Paul Bettany) debuts as an android powered by the Soul Stone.

13. ‘Ant-Man’

Ex-criminal Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) hooks up with inventor Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and his daughter Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) to save the day using a supersuit that utilizes Pym’s size-changing tech. Bigger picture: An end-credits scene shows Cap and Falcon helping Winter Soldier and needing help from a certain super-shrinky guy.

14. ‘Captain America: Civil War’

The drama of “Civil War” mainly centers on Cap and Tony’s disagreement over government oversight of the Avengers, leading to a humongous hero-vs.-hero battle and some old favorites locked up or on the run from the authorities. Cap and Winter Soldier throw down with Iron Man, plus fans see a high-profile debut from Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland).

15. 'Black Widow'

Just because we had to wait years and nearly two dozen movies for a Scarlett Johansson solo adventure doesn't mean you have to. A fugitive on the lam, our heroine goes on a global quest to take down the shady Russian organization responsible for her lost childhood, plus teams up with her sister, kid assassin Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh). Be prepared if you watch it this early: The end-credits scene is quite the future shock.

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16. ‘Black Panther’

Chadwick Boseman’s Wakandan ruler T’Challa watched his dad die in “Civil War” and now heads home to rule the African nation, whose vast high-tech superiority to the rest of the world is a secret. However, American mercenary Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) emerges as a dangerous contender to the throne. 

17. ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

“Homecoming” is the MCU’s version of a teen movie, as Holland’s Peter Parker – with Stark as mentor and father figure – tries to figure out a balance between being a kid and a hero. The crazy-smart rookie also has to deal with the Vulture (Michael Keaton), a criminal salvager using alien tech for various misdeeds.

18. ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’

Heading back into space to check in on our favorite galactic jerks, the sequel reveals that Star-Lord’s dad Ego (Kurt Russell) is a god-like Celestial with designs on universal consumption. Speaking of parents, Gamora’s sister Nebula (Karen Gillan) makes it clear she wants to off their bad dad, Thanos. (Yes, don’t forget about him.)

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19. ‘Doctor Strange’

Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is a self-centered surgeon crippled by a car accident, who, at his lowest point, learns the ways of the mystic arts from the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton). It turns out the new Sorcerer Supreme’s Eye of Agamotto is the Time Stone and an end-credits scene features a visit from Thor that leads right into …

20. ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

Thor’s long-lost evil sister Hela (Cate Blanchett) leads a hostile takeover of Asgard and the thunder god is blasted to the battle planet Sakaar, where Thor reconnects with Hulk and, with the help of warrior queen Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), tussles with Hela. It ends with Asgardian survivors on a spaceship, where Thor and Loki are met with a mysterious and formidable vessel.

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21. ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Oh, no, Thanos (Josh Brolin) is here – and he’s irked. The big guy defeats Thor and other various superfriends en route to collecting all six Infinity Stones, leading to an all-out battle vs. our heroes in Wakanda. Thanos uses the collected stones for some brutally heinous shenanigans in one bonkers cliffhanger.

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22. ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’

The “Ant-Man” sequel acts as an interlude, with Scott, Hope (now with her own supersuit as the Wasp) and Hank needing to rescue Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) from the trippy Quantum Realm. Unfortunately, Scott gets trapped there himself during an expedition with no way to get out until ...

23. ‘Avengers: Endgame’

A desperate attempt to set things right ends badly, and five years later, the remaining Avengers travel through time and space to collect the Infinity Stones before Thanos can nab them. The result is a thrilling climax filled with huge action and emotional sacrifice – all you really need to know is Cap wields Thor’s hammer and it’s totally amazing.

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24. ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

In the “Endgame” epilogue, Peter Parker puts superhero business on hold so he can go on a class trip to Europe and tell his crush, MJ (Zendaya), how he feels about her. Strange new dude Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) proves an obstacle, and Spidey is rocked with a gut-punch announcement by controversial newsman J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons).

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25. 'Eternals'

The existence of the Avengers and the world coming back from Thanos' hijinks is all you need to know about this sprawling epic. "Eternals" goes its own way with 10 immortal superbeings tasked to protect humanity for thousands of years, but they're also a dysfunctional family that needs to get its groove back when an existential threat arises. Massive but not exactly rousing in the mighty Marvel fashion, so chase it with...

26. 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings'

Simu Liu is a charisma machine as the debuting title superhero, who ventures to a magical landscape with best bud Katy (Awkwafina), faces off with his international terrorist dad (Tony Leung), and tackles an otherworldly creature of darkness, while an appearance from sorcerer Wong (Benedict Wong) and an "Iron Man 3" tie-in ground the martial-arts epic in the growing MCU.

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Captain America: The First Avenger: 8 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About The Marvel Movie

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By 2018, it was hard to believe that Marvel Studios had been making its own Marvel movies for a whole decade. Now, in 2021, the fact that the same amount of time has passed since we first saw Chris Evans put on the old red, white, and blues as Steve Rogers is just as bewildering. We found some great behind the scenes facts about Captain America: The First Avenger (an underrated candidate to be considered one of the best Marvel movies, in my opinion) which we have compiled in honor of its 10th anniversary. Here are the most fascinating bits of trivia we learned about the World War II-era-set comic book movie, starting with a couple of facts which imagine the cast that could have been.

Chris Evans Originally Turned Down Captain America Several Times

When Chris Evans was first approached to play Steve Rogers in Captain America: The First Avenger, he had already been around the comic book adaptation bush four times as Johnny “Human Torch” Storm in two Fantastic Four movies, voicing Casey Jones in TMNT, joining the cast of DC’s The Losers, and appearing in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World as one of the Seven Evil Exes. However, according to a report by Entertainment Weekly (via IndieWire), that had less to do with why he initially refused to play Captain America three times than his fear for the pressures of fame. Eventually, the actor decided to “man-up” and thankfully accepted the opportunity to be the MCU’s “first Avenger,” although some of the casting alternatives are, admittedly, quite interesting.

Emily Blunt Turned Down The Role Of Peggy Carter

By now, it is practically common knowledge among most Marvel movie fans that future The Falcon and the Winter Soldier star Wyatt Russell (John “U.S. Agent” Walker) and present-day Mister Fantastic hopeful John Krasinski were among the many actors on the shortlist to play the title role of Captain America: The First Avenger before Chris Evans ultimately got the part. Coincidentally, the former The Office cast member’s wife, Golden Globe-winning, British-born actress Emily Blunt, was on the short list to play Peggy Carter before Hayley Atwell was cast. In fact, the A Quiet Place Part II star was also offered Black Widow before Scarlett Johansson - both of which she would turn down due to scheduling conflicts, as she revealed during an interview with Vulture in 2014.

Sebastian Stan Was Not A Comic Book Fan Before He Was Cast As Bucky Barnes

Before he became one of the most beloved characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (namely James Buchanan Barnes - a.k.a. “Bucky,” a.k.a. The Winter Soldier), Sebastian Stan was a relatively unknown young actor in Hollywood with the role of a McCarthyist jerk in Hot Tub Time Machine being his main claim to fame at the time. As the future The Falcon and the Winter Soldier cast member would reveal in the following excerpt from an interview with CinemaBlend’s own Eric Eisenberg, the character of Bucky was relatively unknown to him before before being cast in Captain America: The First Avenger:

I am now, I didn’t start out like that because I just didn’t grow up on comic books, so for me it’s just kind of a new thing, and then I was really able to see the appeal in everything because of the movies. It was good to learn about that because it’s real, but it’s also a very heightened world.

The above quote is Sebastian Stan’s response to being asked if he had been a comic book fan previously. I suppose joining the cast of a shared universe of comic book movie adaptations can be enough to help someone catch that bug. Of course, that is not always the case for everyone.

Hugo Weaving’s Red Skull Accent Was Partially Based On Werner Herzog

It is no secret that Hugo Weaving and Marvel Studios do not have the best history, based on the Matrix star’s reveal to NewsComAu that returning to the role of Johann “Red Skull” Schmidt is not something he would like to do again, which led The Walking Dead cast's Ross Marquand to take over in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame in full CGI. However, the Australian actor has stated he enjoyed playing the former HYDRA leader, and the process of preparing his German accent, as MTV News reported in 2011, was perfected by listening to voice of Werner Herzog. Audiences may recognize the acclaimed European filmmaker and actor as the villain in Jack Reacher from 2012, or from The Mandalorian Season 1 as the anonymous client who hires Pedro Pascal’s titular bounty hunter to find Baby Yoda.

Hugo Weaving’s Red Skull Face Was A Combination Of CGI And Practical Makeup Effects

Like Chris Evans, Captain America: The First Avenger was not Hugo Weaving’s first comic book movie, having also played the title character in V for Vendetta, a 2005 adaptation of Alan Moore’s graphic novel. Of course, that role, which required him to mostly wear a Guy Fawkes mask whenever onscreen, was clearly a far easier process than what playing Red Skull demanded. A 10-minute featurette included on the film’s blu-ray extras (or available to stream on Disney+) reveals that Weaving had to sit in makeup for three and as half hours to apply the red, silicone prosthetics to his face, which was also augmented digitally to make his head appear narrower, fix the gap between the actor’s teeth, and remove most of his nose in order to make Red Skull appear more skull-like.

Skinny Steve Scenes Were Filmed Multiple Times To Seamlessly Sync Chris Evans With His Body Double

Playing a character created with a combination practical and digital effects was another thing Hugo Weaving had in common with Chris Evans. Early scenes of Captain America: The First Avenger in which Steve Rogers’ heart and ambition to fight for his country are bigger than the rest of his body had to be filmed at least four times each, in order to digitally combine them into one as seamlessly as possible, as that same making-of doc from the bonus features reveals. One take would have Evans on set to portray Steve, another had him perform the same scene in front of a green screen, another had Evans’ “Skinny Steve” body double (5’7” British actor Leander Deeny) mimicking Evans’ movements on set, and another would film the same shots without either on camera at all.

Chris Evans Used Four Different Shields On Set: One Rubber, One Metal, One Fiberglass, And One CGI

Four was apparently a lucky number when it came to creating convincing special effects on the set of Captain America: The First Avenger, including scenes in which Steve Rogers “throws his mighty shield.” There were actually four shields that Chris Evans used during the shoot - well, technically, only three, as one was a later CGI add-on after filming him miming the famous shield toss. The other star-spangled props used were made of metal (but not Vibranium, I am afraid) for close-ups shots, fiberglass for whenever he is carrying it around while running, and rubber while using it knockout Nazis in action scenes.

Hayley Atwell “Impulsively” Improvised Touching Chris Evans’ Chest Post-Transformation

Of course, no digital tampering was needed once Steve Rogers emerges after being injected with the Super Soldier serum, as Chris Evans actually did look like that. No less impressed by his physique was Evans’ female romantic lead, Hayley Atwell, who memorably reaches out her hand and lightly touches his chiseled chest. While promoting her MCU canon series Agent Carter at Wizard World St. Louis in 2015, the actress admitted that this memorable Captain America: The First Avenger moment was not actually in the script:

I had never seen him with his top off before that moment. And they surely did this on purpose that I [had] to, kind of, rush up to the pod and he comes out like, ‘Oh my god, I’m so tired’… and looking like an adonis. So, I just, impulsively, just grabbed his boob. And, so, they kept that in. That was a highlight of my life.

Hayley Atwell was inspired to segue into this hilarious anecdote after she was asked by a panel audience member about her favorite scene from Captain America: The First Avenger to shoot with Chris Evans, which actually would turn out to be their climactic kiss near the end of the film. Based on her words and body language while retelling this funny on-set memory, it appears that Steve Rogers’ post-transformation reveal might be a close second.

If I were to rank all of the Marvel movies in order of quality, in my personal opinion, I honestly might still put Captain America: The First Avenger in the lower tier, especially when you compare it to what came next: 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War in 2016. Nonetheless, as far as superhero origin stories and, honestly, comic book movies in general go, I think the film still deserves to be recognized as one of the most fun and heartfelt of its kind.

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With twenty movies and a fistful of features in the pipeline (hello, Avengers: Endgame), the Marvel Cinematic Universe is one cash cow that ain’t drying up anytime soon.

The studio is one of the most lucrative in the world, smashing box-office records and pulling in billions of dollars in the process. So it goes without saying that Marvel Studios has cash to splash, especially with each film now costing upwards of $200 million.

But what about the stars of this infinite galaxy? Although many of the poster boys and gals enjoy hero-sized paycheques, the up-front deals between Marvel and its stars show that it's the movies, not the stars, that are considered the draw.

Just take a look for yourself. We've not done a comprehensive list (who needs to be reminded that Robert Downey Jr probably bathes in £100 notes?) but here are nine MCU stars who got paid less – initially, at least – than you think to be superheroes.

1. Paul Rudd – Ant-Man

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    As an actor who’d already made a name for himself in Hollywood, you’d assume he negotiated a worthy salary for his lead part in Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man. On the contrary, Paul Rudd reportedly signed a deal that outlined a mere $300,000 payout for his efforts – a slap in the face when you consider the film’s budget sat between $140 and 170 million.

    But don’t get your tiny violins out just yet, as the actor would’ve taken home a decent chunk of the profits when it raked in well over $500 million worldwide. And you can bet on him making bank for his role in the follow-up feature, Ant-Man and the Wasp.

    2. Tom Hiddleston – The Avengers

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    Many guaranty rv travel center & rv park junction city or the MCU’s stars were not household names when they 1st kiss skinny jeans out. Tom Hiddleston went from zero to hero (well, anti-hero) thanks to his turn as Thor’s Loki.

    Early on in the game when he was cast as the main villain in The Avengers, Marvel didn’t have to throw much money his way, offering the actor just a reported $160,000 to play the part in a movie budgeted at around $220 million.

    Bargain.

    3. Chris Hemsworth – Thor

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    Speaking of Thor, Chris Hemsworth was pretty low down the Hollywood ranks before joining the MCU. And he (at first) received the salary to match, reportedly earning just $200,000 for playing the God of Thunder in Kenneth Branagh’s 2011 film.

    But as is the case with most on this list, the actor would have earned a pretty penny from the "back end" as they say, given the film has amassed almost $450 million at the international box office. Again, no need for those tiny violins just yet.

    4. Chadwick Boseman – Captain America: Civil War

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    He might be the King of Wakanda, but his starter wage was anything but royal. Despite Chadwick Boseman entering the MCU as one of the more critically acclaimed stars, his debut as Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War apparently only earned him $500,000.

    That said, since the success of his breakout role in Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther, the actor’s estimated net worth has jumped from $5 million to an estimated $8 million, and this will only continue to grow as he maintains his reign.

    5. Chris Evans – Captain America: The First Avenger

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    Chris Evans is another caped crusader whose stock has risen (along with his salary) with every Marvel movie he’s featured in. As the titular character of the first Captain America film, he took home a reported $300,000. This jumped considerably to $2 million for Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, a reported $3.2 million for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and a whopping $6.9 million for Avengers: Age of Ultron.

    Good things come to those who wait, as they say.

    6. Zoe Saldana – The Guardians of the Galaxy

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    Zoe Saldana has built a name for herself as the alien assassin Gamora in The Guardians of the Galaxy films. Despite her popularity, the star hasn’t made as much as some of the other actors in the franchise, and reports claim her upfront salary for her role in the first instalment was only about $100,000 before profit sharing.

    Fast-forward to the present day and her net worth is estimated at around $20 million, a figure that has increasingly been brought up in debates surrounding the race and gender pay gap.

    7. Anthony Mackie – Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Aside from his captain america the first avenger cast list in Parks and Recreation, Chris Pratt wasn’t all that well known by the world until he was cast www prudential com online retirement com Peter Quill in The Guardians of the Galaxy. Since then, his participation in the MCU has seen the actor enjoy worldwide acclaim as Star-Lord.

    Although Disney’s managed to hide the numbers well, Pratt’s rumoured to have only signed on for about $300,000 to $400,000 up front for his turn in the first film.


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    The best order for viewing all 26 Marvel movies (including the new 'Eternals')


    Are you holding out for a hero, especially one who's gotta be strong, gotta be fast and gotta be fresh from the fight? Well, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has more than a few of those – and with the new "Eternals," there's now a whopping 10 more.

    Since 2008, the Marvel movies have given us a steady stream of superheroes and stories that have ruled movie theaters – and now streaming services! – to become must-see pop-culture staples. With Oscar-winning director Chloé Zhao's "Eternals" (in theaters Friday) bringing a hugely diverse cast including Angelina Jolie and Kumail Nanjiani to the MCU, it’s a good time to binge all 26 movies (so far) for the first time or the umpteenth.

    Sure, you could watch them in release order, starting with the original "Iron Man," and be totally fine. But with certain tales taking place in the past and some connecting more directly to others in the overall narrative, maybe try out a different viewing order to change things up. (Most Marvel movies can be streamed on Disney+, while the rest – including the Sony-released “Spider-Man” films – are available on various digital platforms.)

    Ranked: Every Marvel superhero movie, including 'Eternals'

    Start here: ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’

    A top-notch World War II origin story for Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), the first Cap flick comes earliest in the timeline, introduces the heart and soul of the MCU, and flings our hero into modern day to meet Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) to tease a bigger deal at stake.

    2. ‘Captain Marvel’

    In addition to seeing a cosmic aspect to the MCU, we get to see Fury in the ’90s as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and how his dealings with supremely powerful Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) inspire the Avengers Initiative. Also, the end-credits scene where a modern-day Carol meets the Avengers is one heck of a flash-forward tease.

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    3. ‘Iron Man’

    Now’s the time for the other important origin, of arms-dealing genius playboy billionaire philanthropist Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and his journey toward being a tin man with a heart. This is also a totally fine place to start – since it’s the first MCU movie – but it’s cool to know a little more about Fury’s initiative when he arrives, cloak and dagger style, to hoabankservices Stark.

    4. ‘The Incredible Hulk’

    True, Mark Ruffalo is a WAY better Bruce Banner than this film’s star, Edward Norton, but it’s still helpful to watch this chapter to figure out how the Hulk came to be with the whole gamma radiation thing and all. However, for those who want a speedier experience, it’s totally skippable.

    5. ‘Iron Man 2’

    This one isn’t great either, though it is essential in terms of introducing assassin Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and boosting the status of another future Avenger, Stark’s bud James Rhodes (Don Cheadle), aka War Machine. An end-credits scene also showcases a magical hammer, setting the stage for …

    6. ‘Thor’

    Finally! Chris Hemsworth’s thunder god enters the MCU with an adventure that kicks san jose animal shelter monterey road out of Asgard to spend time on Earth to figure hour change usa his worthiness. The flick brings Thor’s trickster half-brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) into the fold, plus keep your eyes open for a quick first appearance from ace archer Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner).

    7. ‘The Avengers’

    Ah, now we’re getting epic! The blockbuster shawarma-chomping party brings together Cap, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Hulk (hello, Mark Ruffalo!) to stave off an alien invasion of Manhattan perpetrated by Loki. Also of note: A glimpse of cosmic baddie Thanos pops up in an end-credits scene, setting the stage for our heroes’ biggest challenge.

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    8. ‘Thor: The Dark World’

    The bad news: It’s a forgettable movie with the MCU’s absolute worst villain (Christopher Eccleston’s Malekith). The good news: The Aether, one of the Infinity Stones, possesses Thor’s girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) and gets transported to outer-space oddball The Collector (Benicio del Toro). His appearance sets up …

    9. ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

    Here’s where we finally get an explanation of the all-powerful Infinity Stones and their appeal for Thanos. More entertaining, though, is a bunch of misfits banding together as a team, a talking tree and a raccoon are best friends and rogue-ish Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) tries to explain “Footloose” to space assassin Gamora (Zoe Saldana).

    10. ‘Iron Man 3’

    “Science Bros” Stark and Banner drove off together at the end of “Avengers,” so let’s catch up with them here in a primarily solo adventure as Iron Man deals with some serious PTSD from the attack of Manhattan and Ben Kingsley as the terrorist Mandarin (though there’s some twistiness in his reveal).

    11. ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

    Cap learns his childhood best bud Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) is a brainwashed assassin and that the evil Hydra has pretty much taken over S.H.I.E.L.D. from within. In addition, an end-credits scene introduces Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who becomes very important later, and her speedy bro Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson).

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    12. ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

    Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver form an anti-Avengers squad with evil robot Ultron (James Spader), a peacekeeping artificial intelligence created by Stark and Banner that turns megalomaniacal. The kids wind up teaming with the Avengers to save their Eastern European country and Vision (Paul Bettany) debuts as an android powered by the Soul Stone.

    13. ‘Ant-Man’

    Ex-criminal Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) hooks up with inventor Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and his daughter Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) to save the day using a supersuit that utilizes Pym’s size-changing tech. Bigger picture: An end-credits scene shows Cap and Falcon helping Winter Soldier and needing help from a certain super-shrinky guy.

    14. ‘Captain America: Civil War’

    The drama of “Civil War” mainly centers on Cap and Tony’s disagreement over government oversight of the Avengers, leading to a humongous hero-vs.-hero battle and some old favorites locked up or on the run from the authorities. Cap and Winter Soldier throw down with Iron Man, plus fans see a high-profile debut from Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland).

    15. 'Black Widow'

    Just because we had to wait years and nearly two dozen movies for a Scarlett Johansson solo adventure doesn't mean you have to. A fugitive on the lam, our heroine goes on a global quest to take down the shady Russian organization responsible for her lost childhood, plus teams up with her sister, kid assassin Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh). Be prepared if you watch it this early: The end-credits scene is quite the future shock.

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    16. ‘Black Panther’

    Chadwick Boseman’s Wakandan ruler T’Challa watched his dad die in “Civil War” and now heads home to rule the African nation, whose vast high-tech superiority to the rest of the world is a secret. However, American mercenary Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) emerges as a dangerous contender to the throne. 

    17. ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

    “Homecoming” is the MCU’s version of a teen movie, captain america the first avenger cast list Holland’s Peter Parker – with Stark as mentor and father figure – tries to figure out a balance between being a kid and a hero. The crazy-smart rookie also has to deal with the Vulture (Michael Captain america the first avenger cast list, a criminal salvager using alien tech for various misdeeds.

    18. ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’

    Heading back into space to check in on our favorite galactic jerks, the sequel reveals that Star-Lord’s dad Ego (Kurt Russell) is a god-like Celestial with designs on universal consumption. Speaking of parents, Gamora’s sister Nebula (Karen Gillan) makes it clear she wants to off their bad dad, Thanos. (Yes, don’t forget about him.)

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    19. ‘Doctor Strange’

    Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is a self-centered surgeon crippled by a car accident, who, at his lowest point, learns the ways of the mystic arts from the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton). It turns out the new Sorcerer Supreme’s Eye of Agamotto is the Time Stone and an end-credits scene features a visit from Thor that leads right into …

    20. ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

    Thor’s long-lost evil sister Hela (Cate Blanchett) leads a hostile takeover of Asgard and the thunder god is blasted to the battle planet Sakaar, where Thor reconnects with Hulk and, with the help of warrior queen Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), tussles with Hela. It ends with Asgardian survivors on captain america the first avenger cast list spaceship, where Thor and Loki are met with a mysterious and formidable vessel.

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    21. ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

    Oh, no, Thanos (Josh Brolin) is here – and he’s irked. The big guy defeats Thor and other various superfriends en route to collecting all six Infinity Stones, leading to an all-out battle vs. our heroes in Wakanda. Thanos uses the collected stones for some brutally heinous shenanigans in one bonkers cliffhanger.

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    22. ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’

    The “Ant-Man” sequel acts as an interlude, with Scott, Hope (now with her own supersuit as the Wasp) and Hank needing to rescue Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) from the trippy Quantum Realm. Unfortunately, Scott gets trapped there himself during an expedition with no way to get out until .

    23. ‘Avengers: Endgame’

    A desperate attempt to set things right ends badly, and five years later, the remaining Avengers travel through time and space to collect the Infinity Stones before Thanos can nab them. The result is a thrilling climax filled with huge action and emotional sacrifice – all you really need to know is Cap wields Thor’s hammer and it’s totally amazing.

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    24. ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

    In the “Endgame” epilogue, Peter Parker puts superhero business on hold so he can go on a class trip to Europe and tell his crush, MJ (Zendaya), how he feels about her. Strange new dude Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) proves an obstacle, and Spidey captain america the first avenger cast list with a gut-punch announcement by controversial newsman J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons).

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    25. 'Eternals'

    The existence of the Avengers and the world coming back from Thanos' hijinks is all you need to know about this sprawling epic. "Eternals" goes its own way with 10 immortal superbeings tasked to protect humanity for thousands of years, but they're also a dysfunctional family that needs to get its groove back when an existential threat arises. Captain america the first avenger cast list but not exactly rousing in the mighty Marvel fashion, so chase it with.

    26. 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings'

    Simu Liu is a charisma machine as the debuting title superhero, who ventures to a magical landscape with best bud Katy (Awkwafina), faces off with his international terrorist dad (Tony Leung), and tackles an otherworldly creature of darkness, while an appearance from sorcerer Wong (Benedict Wong) and an "Iron Man 3" tie-in ground the martial-arts epic in the growing MCU.

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    The audience still remembers the brilliant Dr. Abraham Erskine, the creator, and the only successful super serum user. Stanley Tucci only got the role because he wanted to experiment with his German accent. Thus, we fans got to the poignant moments between Steve and Erskine.

    16) World War II Movies Inspired Stan’s Bucky Barnes

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    Sebastian Stan told MTV that he was amazed by World War II military personnel’s stoic poise and discipline. As a result, his character developed based on the original comics and many films on the topic, especially from Band of Brothers.

    17) Emily Blunt was a candidate to play Peggy Carter

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    Marvel Studios considered actress Emily Blunt for Peggy Carter’s role. However, she turned it down due to scheduling conflicts.

    18) Hayley Atwell’s Favorite Scene was her kiss with Evans

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    Emily Blunt Turned Down The Role Of Peggy Carter

    By now, it is practically common knowledge among most Marvel movie fans that future The Falcon and the Winter Soldier star Wyatt Russell (John “U.S. Agent” Walker) and present-day Mister Fantastic hopeful John Krasinski were among the many actors on the shortlist to play the title role of Captain America: The First Avenger before Chris Evans ultimately got the part. Coincidentally, the former The Office cast member’s wife, Golden Globe-winning, British-born actress Emily Blunt, was on the short list to play Peggy Carter before Hayley Atwell was cast. In fact, the A Quiet Place Part II star was also offered Black Widow before Scarlett Johansson - both of which she would turn down due to scheduling conflicts, as she revealed during an interview with Vulture in 2014.

    Sebastian Stan Was Not A Comic Book Fan Before He Was Cast As Bucky Barnes

    Before he became one of the most beloved characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (namely James Buchanan Barnes - a.k.a. “Bucky,” a.k.a. The Winter Soldier), Sebastian Stan was a relatively unknown young actor in Hollywood with the role of a McCarthyist jerk in Hot Tub Time Machine being his main claim to fame at the time. As the future The Falcon and the Winter Soldier cast member would reveal in the following excerpt from an interview with CinemaBlend’s own Eric Eisenberg, the character of Bucky was relatively unknown to him before before being cast in Captain America: The First Avenger:

    I am now, I didn’t start out like that because I just didn’t grow up on comic books, so for me it’s just kind of a new thing, and then I was really able to see the appeal in everything because of the movies. It was good to learn about that because it’s real, but it’s also a very heightened world.

    The above quote is Sebastian Stan’s response to being asked if he had been a comic book fan previously. I suppose joining the cast of a shared universe of comic book movie adaptations can be enough to help someone catch that bug. Of course, that is not always the case for everyone.

    Hugo Weaving’s Red Skull Accent Was Partially Based On Werner Herzog

    It is no secret that Hugo Weaving and Marvel Studios do not have the best history, based on the Matrix star’s reveal to NewsComAu that returning to the role of Johann “Red Skull” Schmidt is not something he would like to do again, which led The Walking Dead cast's Ross Marquand to take over in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame in full CGI. However, the Australian actor has stated he enjoyed playing the former HYDRA leader, and the process of preparing his German accent, as MTV News reported in 2011, was perfected by listening to voice of Werner Herzog. Audiences may recognize the acclaimed European filmmaker and actor as the villain in Jack Reacher from 2012, or from The Mandalorian Season 1 as the anonymous client who hires Pedro Pascal’s titular bounty hunter to find Baby Yoda.

    Hugo Weaving’s Red Skull Face Was A Combination Of CGI And Practical Makeup Effects

    Like Chris Evans, Captain America: The First Avenger was not Hugo Weaving’s first comic book movie, having also played the title character in V for Vendetta, a 2005 adaptation of Alan Moore’s graphic novel. Of course, that role, which required him to mostly wear a Guy Fawkes mask whenever onscreen, was clearly a far easier process than what playing Red Skull demanded. A 10-minute featurette included on the film’s blu-ray extras (or available to stream on Disney+) reveals that Weaving had to bank of america des moines wa hours in makeup for three and as half hours to apply the red, silicone prosthetics to his face, which was also augmented digitally to make his head appear narrower, fix the gap between the actor’s teeth, and remove most of his nose in order to make Red Skull appear more skull-like.

    Skinny Steve Scenes Were Filmed Multiple Times To Seamlessly Sync Chris Evans With His Body Double

    Playing a character created with a combination practical and digital effects was another thing Hugo Weaving had in common with Chris Evans. Early scenes of Captain America: The First Avenger in which Steve Rogers’ heart and ambition to fight for his country are bigger than the rest of his body had to be filmed at least four times each, in order to digitally combine them into one as seamlessly as possible, as that same making-of doc from the bonus features reveals. One take would have Evans on set to portray Steve, another had him perform the same scene in front of a green screen, another had Evans’ “Skinny Steve” body double (5’7” British actor Leander Deeny) mimicking Evans’ movements on set, and another would film the same shots without either on camera at all.

    Chris Evans Used Four Different Shields On Set: One Rubber, One Metal, One Fiberglass, And One CGI

    Four was apparently a lucky number when it came to creating convincing special effects on the set of Captain America: The First Avenger, including scenes in which Steve Rogers “throws his mighty shield.” There were actually four shields that Chris Evans used during the shoot - well, technically, only three, as one was a later CGI add-on after filming him miming the famous shield toss. The other star-spangled props used were made of metal (but not Vibranium, I am afraid) for close-ups shots, fiberglass for whenever he is carrying it around while running, and rubber while using it knockout Nazis in action scenes.

    Hayley Atwell “Impulsively” Improvised Touching Chris Evans’ Chest Post-Transformation

    Of course, no digital tampering was needed once Steve Rogers emerges after being injected with the Super Soldier serum, as Chris Evans actually did look like that. No less impressed by his physique was Evans’ female romantic lead, Hayley Atwell, who memorably reaches out her hand and lightly touches his chiseled chest. While promoting her MCU canon series Agent Carter at Wizard World St. Louis in 2015, the actress admitted that this memorable Captain America: The First Avenger moment was not actually in the script:

    I had never seen him with his top off before that moment. And they surely did this on purpose that I [had] to, kind of, rush up to the pod and he comes out like, ‘Oh my god, I’m so tired’… and looking like an adonis. So, I just, impulsively, just grabbed his boob. And, so, they kept that in. That was a highlight of my life.

    Hayley Atwell was inspired to segue into this hilarious anecdote after she was asked by a panel audience member about her favorite scene from Captain America: The First Avenger to shoot with Chris Evans, which actually would turn out to be their climactic kiss near the end of the film. Based on her words and body language while retelling this funny on-set memory, it appears that Steve Rogers’ post-transformation reveal might be a close second.

    If I were to rank all of the Marvel movies in order of quality, in my personal opinion, I honestly might still put Captain America: The First Avenger in the lower tier, especially when you compare it to what came next: 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War in 2016. Nonetheless, captain america the first avenger cast list far as superhero origin stories and, honestly, comic book movies in general go, I think the film still deserves to be recognized as one of the most fun and heartfelt of its kind.

    Jason has been writing since he was able to pick up a washable marker, with which he wrote his debut illustrated children's story, later transitioning to a short-lived comic book series and (very) amateur filmmaking before finally settling on pursuing a career in writing about movies in lieu of making them. Look for his name in just about any article related to Batman.

    Источник: https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2567540/captain-america-the-first-avenger-8-behind-the-scenes-facts-about-the-marvel-movie

    It’s official, the entire cast list and synopsis has been revealed via press release. This is a great line-up of serious talent as we delve further into the higher levels of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    MARVEL STUDIOS BEGINS PRODUCTION ON “BLACK PANTHER”

    Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker and Andy Serkis Star in the Newest Chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

    BURBANK, CALIF. (January is grated parmesan cheese bad for you, 2017)—Marvel Studios announced today that production has begun on “Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Get on Up”), Michael B. Jordan (“Creed,” “Fruitvale Station”), Academy Award® winner Lupita Nyong’o (“Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “12 Years a Slave”), Danai Gurira (“The Walking Dead,” upcoming “All Eyez on Me”), Martin Freeman (“Hobbit” trilogy, “Sherlock”), Daniel Kaluuya (upcoming “Get Out,” “Sicario”), with Academy Award® nominee Angela Bassett (“American Horror Story,” “London Has Fallen”), with Academy Award® winner Forest Whitaker (“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” Lee Daniels’ “The Butler”), and Andy Serkis (“Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”).

    Additional cast members include Letitia Wright (“Urban Hymn,” “Glasgow Girls”), Winston Duke (“Person of Interest, “Modern Family”), Florence Kasumba (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Emerald City”), Sterling K. Brown (“Whiskey Tango Foxtrot,” “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”) and John Kani (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Coriolanus”).

    Ryan Coogler (“Creed,” “Fruitvale Station”) directs Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” from a screenplay he co-wrote with Joe Robert Cole (“The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”). The film, which opens in U.S. theaters on February 16, 2018, will be shot in Atlanta and South Korea.

    “Black Panther” follows T’Challa who, after the events of “Captain America: Civil War,” returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. However, when an old enemy reappears on the radar, T’Challa’s mettle as King and Black Panther is tested when he is drawn into a conflict that puts the entire fate of Wakanda and the world at risk.

    Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” is produced by Kevin Feige with Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Nate Moore, Jeffrey Chernov and Stan Lee serving as executive producers.

    Coogler’s creative brain trust includes his frequent collaborators: director of photography Rachel Morrison, A.S.C. (“Dope,” “Fruitvale Station”), production designer Hannah Beachler (“Creed,” “Fruitvale Station”), editors Claudia Castello (“Creed,” “Fruitvale Station”) and Michael P. Shawver (“Creed,” “Fruitvale Station”); along with costume designer Ruth E. Carter (“Selma,” Lee Daniels’ “The Butler”), visuals effects supervisor Geoffrey Baumann (“Doctor Strange,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron”), Academy Award®- winning makeup designer Joel Harlow (“Star Trek Beyond,” “Black Mass”) and seven-time Academy Award® nominee, special effects supervisor Dan Sudick (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Marvel’s The Avengers”).

    Based on the Marvel comic character that first appeared in “Fantastic Four Vol. 1” Issue 52, published in 1966, “Black Panther” joins Marvel Studios’ slate of releases in its Phase 3 commitment to introduce film audiences to new heroes and continue the adventures of fan favorites over the course of four years and nine films.

    In 2016, Marvel Captain america the first avenger cast list continued its unprecedented success with the release of “Captain America: Civil War,” which opened on May 6 with the fifth largest opening weekend of all time and has since garnered box office receipts of over $1.1 billion worldwide.

    The juggernaut studio ended the year with its newest Super Hero “Doctor Strange,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Rachel McAdams. The film opened #1 at the box office on November 4 and went on to gross more than $659 million worldwide to date. The two films propelled Marvel Studios’ #1 domestic box-office opening streak to a record-breaking 14 consecutive films.

    Marvel Studios’ other epic big-screen adventures include Marvel’s “Iron Man,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “Iron Man 2,” “Thor,” “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Marvel’s The Avengers,” “Iron Man 3,” “Thor: The Dark World,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Ant-Man,” and the upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” (May 5, 2017), “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (July 7, 2017), “Thor: Ragnarok” (November 3, 2017) and “Avengers: Infinity War” (May 4, 2018).

    This runs in sync with Deadline Hollywood’s recent confirmation of both Andy Serkis and Martin Freeman’s appearance and with Serkis being official, the synopsis talks of T’Challa’s old rival. Could it be Ulysses Klaue/”Klaw”? This would only make sense since the events continue after Captain America: Civil War and he is a well known rival of the Wakandan king in the comics.

    Source: Superhero News

    Источник: https://www.screengeek.net/2017/01/26/cast-list-and-synopsis-of-black-panther-movie-revealed-shooting-in-south-korea-and-atlanta/
    Here are seven fascinating things you may not know about Captain America: The First Avenger.Millions have seen the blockbuster film Captain America,but there are still new things to learn.

    While I've seen it a bunch of times, did you know that Hayley Atwell grabbed some breast in the film? Captain America rode a motorcycle with a fitting name. What was it? Was Red Skull's accent intentionally mad? Why wasn't co-creator Joe Simon in the film?

    Read on to learn seven fascinating facts about Captain America: The First Avenger

    1. Rogers Really DID Use a Body Double

    Many, including IMDbsay that Steve Roger's skinny body is all Chris Evans. This is partly true. They used computers to digitally shrink Evans as Steve Rogers, but they used a body double for scenes when he was lying down or standing still.

    "They would use a smaller guy.for reference points as far as what things like clothing looked like on a skinnier person," Evans said. "But there are only two or three shots in the film that are actually my head on a smaller body. Anytime my body is static, sitting in a car or lying on a table, they would do head replacement. But if there's any kind of body action, it's all me."

    The "smaller guy" is Leander Deeny, an English stage actor, director and author of children's books. He's listed in the credits, along with playing the barman.

    “Leander is the unsung hero of this,” Edson Williams, visual effects supervisor for Lola, told The Wrap. “He was very dedicated and he was very aware of mimicking Chris’ timing. He wasn’t trying to get his performance out there. It’s his biggest credit and it’s a role where you never see his face."

    In an interview with actress Hayley Atwell, who played Peggy Atwood, she said, "He is a very intelligent, well-respected theater actor.

    "What was amazing, physically, was watching him watch the monitors when Chris Evans would do a take. He would then mimic every single move, even the breathing. They would do certain takes, and if you could see the breath the huntington national bank inc his face, you could see the breath in his chest, at the same time. That is the kind of detail that Leander Deeny put into it.

    "He captain america the first avenger cast list he is a skinny guy. He is self aware, but I don't think he has a complex about it. He is very comfortable in his own skin. He is a performer, and he is really good at what he does."
    Reference: capesonfilm

    2. The First Thing Hayley Did When She Saw Chris' Chest Was Grab It.

    The scene in the film when Rogers steps out of the chamber was the first time she had seen Chris without his shirt on. It was pumped up and covered in baby oil. She said her first reaction was to "grab his breast" to make sure it was "real."
    Reference: Tribute Films

    3. Captain America Rode A "Liberator"

    Captain America's motorcycle is a modified Harley-Davidson Cross Bones. The studio originally wanted a 1942 WLA Army motorcycle, but they no longer exist.

    It was based on an existing civilian model, the WL. Fittingly, the nickname of the bike was the "Liberator" and Steve uses it to rescue the POWs from the camp.
    References: Fox NewsAutoBlog

    4. Hugo Weaving Chose Werner Herzog As His Voice Because It Was "Wonderfully Mad"
    When Hugo Weaving played the villain "Red Skull" his distinctive German accent was based on two people: Werner Herzog and Klaus Maria Brandauer. He leaned more towards the German director Werner Herzog. Weaving said, "The more I listened to Werner Herzog, the more I found him amusing … there's something kind of wonderfully mad about him."

    Herzog's voice-overs are legendary in the industry as his films Bad Lieutenant, Grizzly Man, and Rescue Dawn. Ryan Iverson, creator of "Werner Herzog Reads Curious George" called it "that authoritative, avuncular Bavarian sound."

    If you've never heard Herzog before watch the video below.

    Reference: Comic Book Movie

    5. Red Skull's Makeup Was Light, But His Coat Was Heavy

    There were a total of seven thin silicon make-up appliances to Hugo Weaving to make his face look like it was a red-colored skull.

    The make-up designer David White told Shockya, "The Red Skull prosthetic was broken down into a total of seven pieces. This was to make the application process as clean as possible; it’s easier to glue down, and helps with the movement. The thinner the prosthetic, the more difficult it is to apply. Hugo’s makeup was very, very thin in areas."

    On the other hand, his coat weighed over 22 pounds.

    "If you look at Red Skull, this coat weighs a ton," Wardrobe designer Anna Sheppard said, "I wanted leather, and this is the kind of leather that is thinnest, but still works in this, but it’s such a construction to follow the design that it’s unbelievable. It’s probably about 10 Kg. It looks OK on the mannequin, but poor Hugo. really feels the weight."
    Reference: Superherohype, Shockya

    6. The Director of the Worst Captain America Film Claims It Could Have Saved By CGI

    Captain America: The First Avengeris technically the sixth film adaptation of the comic book hero. A film made in 1990 is widely regarded as the worst film ever made about the Star-Spangled Avenger.

    To prevent the shift key me locations perception from switching actors, director Albert Pyun hired one actor to play both Steve Rogers and Captain America. While Matt Sallinger had a reasonably good body, it was impossible for him to play the weak Rogers and the muscle-bound super-soldier convincingly.

    Director Joe Johnston had the same dilemma and solved it with computers. Pyun said, "It’s interesting to see how the availability of CG really solves a lot of the challenges I had, like the shield and the transformation."

    While this would have solved technical problems, it wouldn't have solved the script described by "Entertainment Weekly" as a "shapeless blob of a plot".
    Reference: LasVegasWeekly, Entertainment Weekly

    7. Stan Lee Had a Cameo, But Co-creator Joe Simon Did Not

    The answer of who created a Marvel character always ends with Stan Lee saying he created it. However, since he always worked closely with artists and others, there's always a vigorous debate.

    A name that doesn't come up much is co-creator Joe Simon. Lee himself said, "Joe Simon and Jack Kirby’s Captain America was the first comic I read that made me feel like I was watching an exciting action movie."

    So, since smiling Stan Lee had a cameo in the film why didn't Joe Simon?

    There are many conspiracy theories claiming Marvel gave Lee preferential treatment and they're right. But, the simplest answer is that Kirby is 98 and can't travel much. The studio invited him to tour the London film set and attend the Los Angeles premier, but he declined.

    They set up a private screening for Simon to attend. He couldn't hear much because of poor hearing, but remarked, "that was okay because there was plenty of action".
    Reference: KirbyMuseum

    Which fact surprised you about the film? Is there a surprising fact about Captain America: The First Avenger you'd like to share?
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    Update: Grammar changes
    Источник: http://www.thegeektwins.com/2011/11/seven-fascinating-things-you-probably.html

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