Every Marvel Movies In Chronological Order [MCU Timeline & Release Date. Binge-Watching List 2022.

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As a sci-fi and fantasy geek who enjoys a feel-good and fun blockbuster from time to time.

The MCU timeline gets complicated pretty quick – especially with the Loki tv series introducing multiple timelines and Doctor Strange introducing multiverses.

So I created two lists of Marvel movies in order to make sense if you want to watch all the movies of the Infinity Saga (Phase 1-3) and Phase 4 in chronological order.

I’ve also created a pdf you can download for free for your binge-watching pleasure.

MCU movies in chronological order in terms of the story timeline [MCU time] and (release date).

  1. Captain America: The First Avenger [1942] (July 22, 2011)
  2. Captain Marvel [1995] (March 8, 2019)
  3. Iron Man [2010] (May 2, 2008)
  4. Iron Man 2 [2011] (May 7, 2010)
  5. The Incredible Hulk [2011] (June 13, 2008)
  6. Thor [2011] (May 6, 2011)
  7. Marvel’s The Avengers [2012] (May 4, 2012)
  8. Iron Man 3 [2012] (May 3, 2013)
  9. Thor: The Dark World [2013] (November 8, 2013)
  10. Captain America: The Winter Soldier [2014] (April 4, 2014)
  11. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 [2014] (August 1, 2014)
  12. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 [2014] (May 5, 2017)
  13. Avengers: Age of Ultron [2015] (May 1, 2015)
  14. Ant-Man [2017] (July 17, 2015)
  15. Captain America: Civil War [2016] (May 6, 2016)
  16. Black Widow [2016] (June 2021)
  17. Spider-Man: Homecoming [2016] (July 7, 2017)
  18. Doctor Strange [2016-17] (November 4, 2016)
  19. Black Panther [2017] (February 16, 2018)
  20. Thor: Ragnarok [2017] (November 3, 2017)
  21. Ant-Man and the Wasp [2017] (July 6, 2018)
  22. Avengers: Infinity War [2017] (April 27, 2018)
  23. Avengers: Endgame [2017-22] (April 26, 2019)
  24. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings [2023] (August 16, 2021)
  25. Spider-Man: Far From Home [2023] (July 2, 2019)
  26. Eternals [2023] (October 18, 2021)
  27. Spider-Man: No Way Home [2024] (December 13, 2021)
  28. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness [MCU timeline placement unknown] (May 6, 2022)

There are more movies to be released soon, but so far we don’t know the plot or where they are to be placed except that Thor: Love and Thunder will take place before Guardians of the Galaxy 3.

There’s also the question of Deadpool (2016), Deadpool 2 (2018) as well as the upcoming Deadpool 3 (TBA), which is produced under Disney through Marvel Studios as well. If they turn out to be connected to the MCU the two first movies must take place sometimes between 2018-2020 (MCU time), which puts in the gap.

Then there’s the question off Morbius (2022), which shares both Spider-Man and Vulture (Michael Keaton) who both have a foot in both the MCU and Sony’s depiction of Spider-Man and enemies like Venom. If they’re somehow connected, Morbius seems to take place sometime after the events in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

MCU TV Series and Shows

Then, of course, there are the MCU TV series and shows that are also part of the canon and also fits into the overall timeline.

Not all have been released yet, but some shows we can already place. When possible I’ve placed the MCU timeline time in brackets.

  • Agent Carter [1943] – direct-to-video short film – (September 2013)
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [2016]– tv series – (start September 2013)
  • Agent Carter [1943] – tv series – (start January, 2015)
  • Daredevil (start April, 2015) – not originally part of the MCU, but it would take place after Marvel’s The Avengers from 2012 since the snap is referenced multiple times
  • Jessica Jones (start November 2015) – not originally part of the MCU
  • Luke Cage (start Septemper 2016) – not originally part of the MCU
  • Iron Fist (start March 2017) – not originally part of the MCU
  • The Defenders (start August 2017) – not originally part of the MCU
  • The Punisher (November, 2017) – not originally part of the MCU
  • Wandavision [2023] (start January, 2021) – takes place three weeks after Avengers: Endgame
  • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier [2023] (start March, 2021) takes place six months after Avengers: Endgame
  • Loki [2012] (start June, 2021) – triggers during Marvel’s The Avengers from 2012
  • Hawkeye [Holiday season of 2025] (November 24, 2021) – takes place after the events in Endgame from 2019
  • Moon Knight (start March, 2022)
  • She-Hulk (2022)
  • Ms Marvel (2022)
  • Secret Invasion (2022)
  • The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (December 2022)

MCU movies in order of release date

Below you’ll find the MCU movies in order of release divided into the MCU phases.

Phase One

  • Iron Man (May 2, 2008)
  • The Incredible Hulk (June 13, 2008)
  • Iron Man 2 (May 7, 2010)
  • Thor (May 6, 2011)
  • Captain America: The First Avenger (July 22, 2011)
  • Marvel’s The Avengers (May 4, 2012)

Phase Two

  • Iron Man 3 (May, 2013)
  • Thor: The Dark World (November, 2013)
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier (April 4, 2014)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy (August 1, 2014)
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1, 2015)
  • Ant-Man (July 17, 2015)

Phase Three

  • Captain America: Civil War (May 6, 2016)
  • Doctor Strange (November 4, 2016)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (May 5, 2017)
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 7, 2017)
  • Thor: Ragnarok (November 3, 2017)
  • Black Panther (February 16, 2018)
  • Avengers: Infinity War (April 27, 2018)
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp (July 6, 2018)
  • Captain Marvel (March 8, 2019)
  • Avengers: Endgame (April 26, 2019)
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home (July 2, 2019)

Phase Four

  • Black Widow (July 9, 2021)
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (September 3, 2021)
  • Eternals (November 5, 2021)
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (December 17, 2021)
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 6, 2022)
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8, 2022)
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (November 11, 2022)
  • The Marvels (February 17, 2023)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5, 2023)
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (July 28, 2023)
  • Fantastic Four (2023 or 2024)

Below I’ve created a list of every released movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. I’ve also written a short note on each film as a quick reminder of how they are tied together.

Some of the Marvel movies are “origin stories”, where we are introduced to a new hero (and villain). Other movies are part of the Infinity Saga timeline – or arch – where we get to see the different heroes again in a new story.

So let’s get to it. Minor spoilers ahead.

Every Marvel Movie in Order of Release

If you prefer to watch the Marvel movies in order of their release date, this list is for you.

Iron Man (2008). Origin Story. Phase 1.

Released May 2, 2008, in the US, Iron Man is the first movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where we get to see actor Robert Downey Jr. as playboy millionaire, technical genius, and arms dealer Tony Stark aka Iron Man.

We also get introduced Gwyneth Paltrow as Pepper Potts, and Jeff Bridges as Obadiah Stane aka the villain Iron Monger. And in the post-credits scene, we get to see a small glimpse of Samuel L. Jackson as S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury for the first time.

We meet J.A.R.V.I.S. (voiced by Paul Bettany) who is the Artificial Intelligence system in Iron Mans suit. We’re also introduced to Happy Hogan (portrayed by Jon Favreau) who appears as a bodyguard forTony Stark and a sort of guardian for Spider-Man throughout the series.

Iron Man 2008 set the tone and humor for the rest of the franchise.

The Incredible Hulk (2008). Origin Story.

Released June 13, 2008, in the US, The Incredible Hulk stars Edward Norton as Bruce Banner aka Hulk. It was supposed to be a reboot after the lukewarm reception of Universals Hulk from 2003, but somehow it didn’t quite work.

Norton didn’t like the final edit of the film and refused to promote it. This is probably why he was replaced by Mark Ruffalo in the later movies featuring the strongest member of the Avengers. It ain’t easy being green!

Iron Man 2 (2010).

Released May 7, 2010, in the US, Iron Man 2 followed up on the success of the first Iron Man movie. We get to see a new supervillain i.e. Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko aka Whiplash.

But we also get to see Don Cheadle as James “Rhodey” Rhodes aka War Machine, and Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow for the first time.

Thor (2011). Origin Story.

Released May 6, 2011, in the US, Thor was the first movie that introduced us to the Asgardian God of Thunder. Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, is banished from Asgard and sent to Earth stripped of his powers and hammer. Here he has to prove himself worthy again, while his brother Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, plots to take the Asgardian throne.

We also get to see Natalie Portman as astrophysicist Dr. Jane Foster, Stellan Skarsgård as Foster’s mentor Erik Selvig, Clark Gregg as S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phillip J. Coulson, Idris Elba as Heimdall, and Anthony Hopkins as Odin himself.

In the post-credit scene, we get a brief look at a mysterious cube, that we later find out is the Aether aka the Reality Stone aka one of the Infinity Stones.

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). Origin Story.

Released July 22, 2011, in the US, Captain America: The First Avenger introduces us to the worlds “first” superhero Steve Rogers aka Captain America played by Chris Evans.

In this origin story we first get to see a scrawny Steve Rogers, who wants to be a soldier, but is rejected because of his frail stature.

Upon hearing a conversation between Rogers and his best friend James “Bucky” Barnes about Rogers wanting to help the U.S. Army fight in World War II, Dr. Abraham Erskine allows him to be enlisted into the Strategic Scientific Reserve as part of a super-soldier secret program.

In this program he also meets his love Peggy Carter (played by Hayley Atwell), and Howard Stark, the father of Tony Stark.

We’re also introduced to Johann Schmidt aka Red Skull portrayed by Hugo Weaving. And we get a look at The Tesseract aka the Cube aka the Space Stone, which is another of the 6 Infinity Stones.

Marvel’s The Avengers (2012)

Released May 4, 2012, in the US Marvel’s The Avengers, marks the last movie of Phase One in The Infinity Saga story arch.

In The Avengers Loki encounters the character The Other (portrayed by Alexis Denisof), who is the leader of the alien race Chitauri and servant of Thanos (portrayed by Damion Poitier), who we don’t know much about yet.

Loki hands over the Tesseract to The Other in exchange for an army Loki can use to get the inhabitants of Earth to bow to his wish.

Naturally, our heroes can’t let that happen, so Nick Fury activates the “Avengers Initiative” which assembles a group of six superheroes to defend earth.

The group consists of Black Widow, Hulk (now portrayed by Mark Ruffalo), Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and Clint Barton aka Hawkeye (portrayed by Jeremy Renner) who we up until now, have only seen in a short cameo in Thor.

We also get introduced to S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Maria Hill (portrayed by Cobie Smulders).

Iron Man 3 (2013). Phase 2.

Released May 3, 2013, in the US, Iron Man 3 follows up on the commercial successes of the first two Iron Man films. It also marks the first film in Phase 2.

Here we get to see a someone troubled Tony Stark, who is struggling with the memories of what happened in The Avengers.

We’re also introduced to the mysterious supervillain The Mandarin (portrayed by Ben Kingsley). And another supervillain called Aldrich Killian (portrayed by Guy Pearce). Enough said!

Stark shows off a fancy new iron man suit, which has his artificial intelligence called J.A.R.V.I.S. (again voiced by Paul Bettany) installed.

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Released November 8, 2013, in the US, Thor: The Dark World is the first sequel to Thor from 2011.

In this movie Thor teams up with fellow Asgardians Loki, Fandral (portrayed by Josh Dallas), Volstagg (portrayed by Ray Stevenson), and Sif (portrayed by Jaimie Alexander) to save the Nine Realms from the Dark Elves.

We also get to see Dr. Jane Foster again, Dr. Erik Selvig, and Heimdall again.

In the mid-credits scene, Sif and Volstagg visit The Collector (portrayed by Benicio del Toro), and entrust him with the Aether Infinity Stone.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Released April 4, 2014, in the US, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger from 2011.

Captain America teams up with Black Widow and Sam Wilson aka Falcon (portrayed by Anthony Mackie) in the fight against a mysterious assassin known as the Winter Soldier.

In the mid-credits scene, we get a brief look at Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch (portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen) and Pietro Maximoff aka Quicksilver (portrayed by Aaron Taylor-Johnson).

Oh, and Robert Redford plays Alexander Pierce, who is a senior official within S.H.I.E.L.D., and old pal with Nick Fury.

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). Origin Story (sort of).

Released August 1, 2014, in the US, Guardians of the Galaxy (Vol. 1) takes goofiness to a whole new level in the Marvel Shared Universe.

It stars Peter Quill aka Star-Lord (portrayed by Chris Pratt), who is abducted from Earth at a young age by a group of extraterrestrial smugglers called the Ravagers led by Yondu Udonta (portrayed by Michael Rooker).

Twenty-six years later, we meet Quill again as he steals a mysterious orb on the planet Moraq. He is attacked by Ronan the Accuser (portrayed by Lee Pace), a fanatic from the alien race Kree, who has agreed to collect the orb for the mysterious character Thanos.

Quill escapes, but is attacked by the assassin Gamora (portrayed by Zoe Saldana) as he tries to sell the orb on the planet Xandar.

The two fight and is then attempted captured by the genetically modified raccoon Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), and the humanoid tree Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel). I told you it would get goofy!

The Nova Corps police officers capture all four of them and throw them in prison. Here Gamora is attached by the inmate Drax the Destroyer (portrayed by Dave Bautista) but Quill manages to convince Drax to let her be, because she can help him get close to Thanos and Ronan who killed his family.

They manage to escape the prison and later discovers that the orb contains the Power Stone, another of the Infinity Stones. They’re also chased by Gamora’s adoptive sister Nebula (portrayed by Karen Gillan). A race for power and the stone ensues.

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015).

Released May 1, 2015, in the US, Avengers: Age of Ultron is the sequel to Marvel’s The Avengers from 2013.

In Age of Ultron, the Avengers encounter Ultron (voiced by James Spader), an artificial intelligence in a robot body gone rogue.

Ultron is created when an experiment by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner using the Mind Stone goes wrong. The idea was to create a system to help protect the earth, but instead, this system becomes self-aware and concludes that it is humanity that is the problem. You can guess the rest.

The Avengers travels to the Eastern European country of Sokovia, and we get to see more of the powers of the twins Pietro Maximoff aka Quicksilver and Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlett Witch.

The twins’ powers are the result of experimentation by Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (portrayed by Thomas Kretschmann) from the fictional terrorist organization Hydra, who we encountered for the first time in Captain America: The First Avenger under the leadership of Red Skull.

Ant-Man (2015). Origin Story.

Released July 17, 2015, in the US, Ant-Man marks the last film in Phase 2 in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The thief Scott Lang (portrayed by Paul Rudd) steals a shrinking technology in the form of a suit from the scientist Hank Pym (portrayed by Michael Douglas), and becomes Ant-Man.

Scott Lang then teams up with Pym and his daughter, Hope van Dyne (portrayed by Evangeline Lilly), to steal a similar shrinking technology, the Yellowjacket, which is in the hands of the villain Darren Cross (portrayed by Corey Stoll). Cross wants to sell both the Yellowjacket and the Ant-Man suit to Hydra.

Lang breaks into the Avengers’ headquarters in order to steal a device that can help the team against Cross. He encounters and fights Sam Wilson aka Falcon for a brief moment and escapes.

Lang also manages to enter into the quantum realm and return again, which brings Pym to hope that he might see his wife again, who shrunk into the quantum realm herself while disabling a Soviet nuclear missile.

In the post-credits scene, Falcon and Captain America are together with Bucky Barnes who now has a metal arm, which is caught in a vise. They need help, but Captain America and Iron Man aren’t speaking because of the Sokovia Accords. Then Falcon remembers his encounter with Ant-Man, who might be able to help them.

Captain America: Civil War (2016). Phase 3.

Release May 6, 2016, in the US, Captain America: Civil War spells the beginning of phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In Civil War, Captain America and Tony Stark disagree upon whether or not the Avengers should be overseen and controlled by the United Nations as part of the Sokovia Accords.

The disagreement fractures the team into two opposing factions: one led by Captain America and the other by Tony Stark.

We also get to meet the Steve Rogers childhood friend “Bucky” again aka the Winter Soldier (portrayed by Sebastian Stan), and the Wakandans T’Chaka and T’Challa aka Black Panther (the latter portrayed by the late Chadwick Boseman).

Near the end, Spiderman (portrayed by Tom Holland) is introduced as part of Tony Starks team in the conflict.

Doctor Strange (2016). Origin Story.

Released November 4, 2016, in the US, Doctor Strange is the story of the star surgeon Stephen Strange (portrayed by Benedict Cumberbatch), who loses everything in a car accident as he becomes unable to use his hands.

Strange learns about Jonathan Pangborn, a paraplegic who has mysteriously regained his ability to walk and even play basketball again. Strange seeks out Pangborn who tells him about a secret place called Kamar-Taj in Nepal.

Stranges travels to Kathmandu in Nepal where he is allowed to by trained by The Ancient One in Kamar-Taj (portrayed by Tilda Swinton) who teaches him magic and knowledge about the astral plane and the mirror dimension among other things.

Strange learns about the Sanctums, which are magical places that protect Earth from evil entering from other dimensions, and as a sorcerer he must now help protect the Sanctums.

Meanwhile the evil sorcerer Kaecilius (portrayed by Mads Mikkelsen) opens the Dark Dimension where time is non-existent. And he contacts Dormammu, who is an evil being that seeks to absorb all universes into his Dark Dimension, because he mistakenly thinks Dormammu will grant him and his Zealots eternal life.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Origins Story (sort of).

Released May 5, 2017, in the US, Guardian of the Galaxy Volume 2 is a origins story of sorts where the Guardians travel the cosmos to help Peter Quill aka Star-Lord discover his mysterious father.

They discover that his father is a god-like Celestial called Ego (portrayed by Kurt Russel), that can manipulate matter.

We also get introduced to the empath Mantis (portrayed by Pom Klementieff), who is Ego’s naive servant, who has never met other beings than Ego before.

Quill learns the truth about his mother’s death before he was abducted by Yondu the smuggler, and everything gets turned upside down.

Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Released July 7, 2017, in the US, Spider-Man: Homecoming is the first reboot of the Spiderman franchise, after Marvel Studios and Sony agreed upon sharing the rights of Spider-Man.

We see Peter Parker aka Spider-Man (portrayed by Tom Holland) trying to balance the mundane life of being a high-school kit while at the same time living up to the role as the superhero Spider-Man.

Parker also desperately wants to impress Tony Stark and be a part of the Avengers, which lets him make some stupid decisions in the battle against the supervillain Vulture (portrayed by Michael Keaton).

Vulture uses Chitauri technology to get superhuman strength and weapons – the technology he scavenges together with his criminal friends following the battle of New York in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.

We’re also introduced to Parkers friend Ned Leeds (portrayed by Jacob Batalon), his love interest Michelle “MJ” (portrayed by Zendaya), and his aunt May (portrayed by Marisa Tomei).

Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Released November 3, 2017, in the US, Thor: Ragnarok is the sequel to Thor (2011), and Thor: The Dark World (2013).

The movie starts with Thor being imprisoned by the fire demon Surtur (voiced by Clancy Brown) on the planet Muspelheim. Sutur reveals that Odin (the father of Thor) isn’t in Asgard, and that Surtur plans to cause Ragnarok, by uniting his crown with the Eternal Flame in Asgard.

Thor manages to defeat Surtur and takes the crown to Asgard himself. Here he finds Heimdall – who watches over the bridge Bifrost – gone, and Loki posing as Odin.

He then sets of to find Odin with the help of Dr. Strange, and finds him in Norway.

Odin tells Thor that he is dying, that Ragnarok is still imminent despite Thor having defeated Surtur, and that when he dies, his daughter and first-born child, Hela (portrayed by Cate Blanchett), will be free from her prison along with her beast – the giant wolf Fenris – and conquer Asgard.

And so it comes to be. Odin dies, Hela is free and she conquers Asgard and destroys Thors Hammer Mjölnir in the process.

Thor escapes and crash-lands on the planet Sakaar, where he’s taken prisoner once again and ends up fighting Hulk as a Gladiator. Here he also meets Scrapper 142 (portrayed by Tessa Thompson), who is a Valkyrie – one of the legendary female warriors who’ve fought Hela before.

The group along then begin an adventure to take back Asgard and defeat Hela.

Black Panther (2018)

Released February 17, 2018, in the US, Black Panther follows the story of T’Challa (portrayed by the late Chadwick Boseman), who is crowned king of Wakanda after his father’s death.

Wakanda is a secluded and hidden nation in Africa, that is far ahead in terms of technological advancements compared to rest of the earth, thanks to a meteorite containing the metal vibranium that fell thousans of years ago.

In order to become Black Panther, a warrior must ingest an herb affected by the metal. If he survives he’ll gain superhuman abilities.

T’Challa is challenged by Killmonger (portrayed by Michael B. Jordan), who wants to rule Wakanda and reveal Wakanada to the rest of the world and start a global revolution.

Killmonger defeats T’Challa and hurls his body over a waterfall and everyone presume he is dead. He’s later found in a comatose state at the Jabari tribe and he wakes and begins to train to overthrow Killmonger.

In the mid-credits scene, we see T’Challa appearing before the UN to reveal Wakanda’s true nature to the world. In the post-credits scene, we see Shuri of Wakanda (portrayed by Letitia Wright) help Bucky Barnes aka the Winter Soldier with his recovery in Wakanda.

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Released April 27, 2018, Avengers: Infinity War tells the story of the Avengers trying to prevent Thanos from collecting all six of the Infinity Stones.

Thanos wants to put all of the stones in his Infinity Gauntlet, so he can wipe out half of all life in the universe with a snap of his fingers.

This is the first of the movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where all the strings from the earlier films get tied together, and we see the Avengers battling alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy and Dr. Strange as well as the Asgardians in order to try to stop Thanos from reaching his morbid goal.

Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

Released July 6, 2018, in the US, Ant-Man and the Wasp is the sequel to Ant-Man from 2015.

In the film, we follow Scott Lang aka Ant-Man and Hope van Dyne aka the Wasp as they work together with Hank Pym to retrieve Pyms wife (and Hopes mother) Janet from the quantum realm.

Janet van Dyne is portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer.

Captain Marvel (2019). Origins Story.

Released March 8, 2019, in the US, Captain Marvel tells the story of Carol Danvers (portrayed by Brie Larson), as she becomes Captain Marvel.

In the movie, a 1995 earth is caught in the conflict between two alien civilizations – the Kree and the Skrulls.

Danvers was a test pilot on earth whose plane blow up with the tesseract in it. In turn, her memory is wiped and she is exposed to cosmic energy force powers.

The Kree sees it and decides to keep her as a weapon they can use against the Skrulls.

Danvers returns to earth in order to discover her origins and in the process runs into Nick Fury.

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Released April 26, 2019, Avengers: Endgame works as a natural final chapter of the Infinity War arch.

In the film, we see the battered remaining members of the Avengers trying to pick up the pieces after the Infinity War.

Captain Marvel rescues Tony Stark and Nebula fro deep space and returns them to earth. Here they reunite with Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, War Machine, and Rocket Raccoon.

They then set out to kill Thanos once and for all, which they manage to do. They then develop and set in motion a plan to reverse the damage done by Thanos during the Infinity War.

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Released July 2, 2019, in the US, Spider-Man: Far From Home is the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming from 2017.

Here we follow Peter Parker on a school trip to Europe. His teenage hormons are racing and Peter plans to tell MJ that he is attracted to her. And his not happy to hear from his guardian Happy Hogan, that Nick Fury plans to contact him. In fact, Peter ignores the calls from Fury, when he calls.

In Europe, Peter is forced to appear as Spiderman again when a giant water elemental attacks. He gets unexpected help from Quintin Beck (played by Jake Gyllenhaal), who is super-powered individual, who’s recently been recruited by Nick Fury and Maria Hill.

Throughout Europe Peter Parker has to fight the mysterious elements while trying to tell MJ how he feels.

Spider-Man: Far From Home concludes the third phase of the Marvels Cinematic Universe.

I haven’t had time to write a description of phase 4 movies yet, but will do so asap.

So that’s it

I’ll keep updating this list as new Marvel films will be released. Until then, happy binging.


About the author:

Jan Sørup is a videographer and photographer from Denmark. He’s the owner of filmdaft.com and of the Danish company Apertura, which produces video content for big companies in Denmark and Scandinavia. Jan has a background in music, has drawn webcomics, and is a former lecturer at the University of Copenhagen.

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