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Marvel Cinematic Universe All Movies

Can you name the movies that appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Through the end of 2019
Quiz by lafpark12
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Last updated: April 28, 2019
First submittedDecember 22, 2015
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Year
Movie
2008
Iron Man
2008
The Incredible Hulk
2010
Iron Man 2
2011
Thor
2011
Captain America: The First Avenger
2012
Marvel's The Avengers
2013
Iron Man 3
2013
Thor: The Dark World
2014
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
2014
Guardians of the Galaxy
2015
Avengers: Age of Ultron
2015
Ant-Man
Year
Movie
2016
Captain America: Civil War
2016
Doctor Strange
2017
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming
2017
Thor: Ragnarok
2018
Black Panther
2018
Avengers: Infinity War
2018
Ant-Man and the Wasp
2019
Captain Marvel
2019
Avengers: Endgame
2019
Spider-Man: Far From Home
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level 2
Aug 9, 2016
Easy
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level 26
Apr 17, 2018
No Deadpool?
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level 17
Jul 7, 2018
deadpool's not in the marvel cinematic universe
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level 61
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 17
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 33
Jan 8, 2019
I'm so pumped
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level 82
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 73
Apr 28, 2019
How does this crap make so much money?
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level 69
Apr 28, 2019
Because it is a crap. Simple.
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level 58
Apr 29, 2019
Because people like superheroes. Bet you never thought of that.
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level 40
Apr 29, 2019
God knows, from what I've seen it can't be based on quality of the films.
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level 77
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 55
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 47
Apr 29, 2019
Easy (at least if you've seen them)
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level 68
Apr 29, 2019
Hard to have seen Spiderman: Far From Home :)
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level 43
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 52
Apr 29, 2019
Easy enough.
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level 83
Apr 29, 2019
Avengers Endgame was SO good. Incredible payoff for a 22-film series. I loved it 3000.
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level 61
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 47
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 77
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 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 67
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 79
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 55
Apr 29, 2019
The other Spider-Man movies are not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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level 67
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.
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level 79
Apr 29, 2019
Thanks, Marlowe, for the explanation.
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level 60
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 61
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 40
Apr 30, 2019
You know, you don't have to take the quizz if you're not into that.
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level 75
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 48
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 76
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 22
Apr 29, 2019
What about Spiderman 1 2 and 3, And amazing spiderman 1 & 2?
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level 80
Apr 29, 2019
Already explained above
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level 77
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 58
May 2, 2019
But what if the quiz maker wants to keep updating for future instalments?
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level 77
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 77
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 58
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 13
May 14, 2019
;)
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level 31
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 28
Apr 30, 2019
No Spiderman?
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level 39
May 1, 2019
Not a part of the MCU. Read above comments
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level 75
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 65
May 4, 2019
Still guessed it, but a little surprised that the Hulk movie counts.
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level 77
May 5, 2019
The 2008 Norton Hulk movie is definitely MCU. It even features William Hurt as "Thunderbolt" Ross (he would reprise his role in 2016's Civil War) and a Robert Downey Jr cameo at the end of the film.

If you're thinking of the Ang Lee Hulk movie that's a different thing.
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level 58
May 5, 2019
Tbf, though it's included in the MCU it's kind of an oddball since it's starring Edward Norton as Banner, instead of Mark Ruffalo who it's been since the first Avengers. I don't blame people for not thinking it's part of the universe
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level 77
May 5, 2019
Iron Man stars Terrence Howard as Lt Col James Rhodes, who was later recast as Don Cheadle in Iron Man 2... re-casting in the MCU is rare but it happened. Especially early on.
On the other hand, The Incredible Hulk was technically a Universal film so that makes it different from all the other MCU films, as well.
I'm not blaming anyone for not knowing. :) but it's still definitely part of the MCU.
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level 38
May 5, 2019
What about Dark Phoenix?
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level 43
May 27, 2019
Not MCU, it's X-Men
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level 77
Jul 13, 2019
In a couple years X-Men will be part of the MCU, too.
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level 43
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 77
Jun 1, 2019
That is a bit strange.
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level 55
Aug 4, 2019
When are the 2020 and 2021 phase 4 movies being added?
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level ∞
Aug 4, 2019
May 1, 2020.
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level 21
Aug 28, 2019
Super easy. 23/23