There's a reason the MCU is called the Marvel Cinematic Universe — its timeline spans roughly a thousand years and exists in multiple, occasionally interconnecting dimensions. Far from being a straightforward chronological tale, the movies jump back and forth through time and space to create a complex web of befores, afters, and nevers that fascinates its many fans.
One fan, Disney parks reviewer and comedian Tony Goldmark, took it upon himself to undergo the herculean task of putting not just...
The Marvel Cinematic Universe now contains over 20 films, multiple television shows, spin-off shorts and more. As a newcomer, it can be overwhelming — and even revisiting your favourites can be a monumental task. But it is possible. Whether it's by chronological order, release date or just watching the highlights, here's a few key ways you can watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-in.
One thing I really love about movie magic is how absurd it is. Like, when you get right down to it, it’s all just people in costumes posing on sets, all make believe and special effects, particularly where something like a superhero story is concerned.