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This Is The Right Order To Watch Every MCU Movie

With the MCU turning 22 films old upon the
release of Avengers: Endgame, many fans are using their considerable expertise to guide
newcomers through Marvel’s complex timeline. But taking into consideration story flow,
chronology, and plain common sense, just what is the best way to enjoy the franchise? With an emphasis on how all the movies link
together, and how to have the best viewing experience possible, here’s the order we think
is the best. Captain America: The First Avenger may be
the earliest setting the MCU has explored, but the franchise was born with 2008’s Iron
Man, and it was Robert Downey Jr. and his genius billionaire playboy philanthropist
who became the beating heart of Marvel’s narrative. Almost everything we associate with the MCU
begins here: the origin story of the flawed but lovable hero, the graceful interweaving
of elements from the larger Marvel narrative, and of course the compulsory post-credits
scene, teasing larger things to come. Even if it’s not first in the timeline, the
birth of the narrative was Iron Man, and no Marvel movie marathon should begin with anything
else. Iron Man 2 hit theaters two years after The
Incredible Hulk, but there are a couple of reasons why you should watch Tony and Rhodey
take out Whiplash’s drones before Ed Norton’s lone MCU feature. First, although chronology isn’t the most
important thing to take into consideration here, the events of Iron Man 2 mostly take
place before Incredible Hulk. Then again, judging by the news footage of
the Hulk’s rampages that can seen in the background of the film’s penultimate scene, there is
at least some overlap between the two movies’ timelines. Second, and most importantly, with Tony agreeing
to become a S.H.I.E.L.D. consultant at the end of Iron Man 2, watching
this movie first helps make sense of his appearance at the end of the next one. Instead of a mid or post-credits scene, The
Incredible Hulk features a short final scene which tied the events of the movie to the
larger Marvel narrative. “What if I told you we were putting a team
together?” “Who’s ‘we’?” Considering the tenor of Ross and Stark’s
conversation, it seems likely that the original plan was to follow the trajectory of the comics
and have the origin of the Avengers begin with a hunt for the Hulk. After plans changed, however, this scene stuck
out like a sore thumb. Marvel’s solution was to release the short
film The Consultant on the Thor Blu-ray, which we’ll include as a necessary watch after Incredible
Hulk, but before Thor. It features two conversations between S.H.I.E.L.D.
agents Phil Coulson and Jasper Sitwell. One of the chats takes place before Incredible
Hulk’s final scene… “If we want the general to refuse this request,
then we have to send someone who will truly annoy him.” And the other conversation takes place after
Incredible Hulk’s final scene. “Apparently the Consultant outdid himself;
Ross got so mad he tried to have him removed from the bar.” “How’d that go over?” “Stark bought the place.” As a result, Tony Stark’s fruitless conversation
with the General never goes anywhere exactly as “planned” and fits nicely into MCU continuity
after all. Agent Coulson exits the story in Iron Man
2 when a S.H.I.E.L.D. assignment calls him to New Mexico. We catch up with him after that film’s credits
as he locates Thor’s hammer in the desert, marking the first time a Marvel post-credit
scene directly overlapped with an upcoming film. It’s also one of the reasons shifting Iron
Man 2’s placement helps during a marathon otherwise, Thor follows Iron Man 2 immediately. This way, however, you get the tease of the
hammer at the end of Iron Man 2 and are made to wait through Incredible Hulk for the tantalizing
payoff. It’s also worth considering that Thor and
Captain America should be watched back-to-back. Not only because they contrast wonderfully
in their settings and each kick off in Norway, but also because the two movies work together
to launch the cosmic side of the MCU with a basic concept: that science and magic could
be seen as “one and the same.” A lot of Marvel fans will tell you that Captain
America: The First Avenger should be watched first, since most of its story takes place
first chronologically. But the movie is fine right where it is, coming
after Thor, and don’t let anyone tell you differently. To really understand this movie’s place
in the franchise, it’s important to take into account what happens to Cap at the end
of the film. “You’ve been asleep, Cap. For almost seventy years.” Without the Iron Man, Hulk, and Thor films,
this ending just doesn’t work! That’s why The First Avenger shouldn’t be
the first movie in your marathon. But after Thor and before Avengers? It’s perfect. Speaking of which… There’s something uniquely satisfying about
watching all five of the first MCU movies and then seeing so many of those characters
unite in The Avengers. That satisfaction would work against a largely
chronological viewing of the films in a couple of ways. The Avengers belongs right after Captain America
firstly because of the importance the Tesseract plays in both, and because of how Cap’s “man
out of time” theme informs his arc in The Avengers. But a chronological viewing order would also
place 2019’s Captain Marvel in the number two spot, and unless you haven’t noticed
Carol Danvers is nowhere to be seen in The Avengers. Watching her origin story then experiencing
every Phase One hero except her come together in The Avengers would be needlessly jarring. Although The Winter Soldier was actually the
third movie release in Phase Two, there’s at least one good reason to watch it first. One of the more valid criticisms of Marvel
Studios’ second phase is that the Avengers never really helped each other out, even as
each of the heroes found themselves in need of help. The Winter Soldier offers an explanation for
this issue, since the movie ends with the disbandment of S.H.I.E.L.D., which brought
the Avengers together in the first place. Without Nick Fury there to bring them together,
coordination between the Avengers may have been more difficult, hence Thor and Stark
going solo in their next appearances. The Dark World is probably best right after
The Winter Soldier. You can’t push it too far down the order,
because it’s the first time we see Loki answering for his crimes against Earth, but it also
can’t come immediately after The Avengers. After all, The Dark World shows us the aftermath
of Jane Foster’s discovery that Thor came to Earth to fight the Chitauri but didn’t
bother to drop her a line before or after. Coming so hot on the heels of The Avengers,
her frustration might seem a little strange. One of the most important aspects of Iron
Man 3 is Tony’s space-induced PTSD, since it explains just why Stark is willing to risk
so much in Age of Ultron. Giving two movies of space in between Avengers
and Iron Man 3 is helpful for this, since it demonstrates that he’s had some time for
his trauma to simmer. Placing it later in the viewing order than
The Winter Soldier would also explain why the destruction of Tony’s home and kidnapping
of the President don’t rate highly on the S.H.I.E.L.D. priority list, again, because they’re not
around anymore. There isn’t much to tie Guardians of the Galaxy
to the rest of the MCU, so you might think you could watch it at any point in your marathon. The only tangible connection was the brief
appearance of Thanos, who’d been introduced during the credits of The Avengers. But the Mad Titan is also the exact reason
why you should make sure to put Guardians right after Iron Man 3 and before Age of Ultron
in your viewing order. “Fine, I’ll do it myself.” This mid-credits scene from the Avengers’
first sequel marks the end of Thanos’ strategy of acquiring the Infinity Stones through intermediaries. If Guardians doesn’t stay before Age of Ultron,
Thanos’ mid-credits proclamation doesn’t make sense. Avengers: Age of Ultron’s spot is a pretty
solid no-brainer. The dissolution of both S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra,
as well as Maria Hill’s career move to Stark Industries, both happen in Winter Soldier. We see the results of Stark’s trauma in Iron
Man 3, which push him to create Ultron in secret. Finally, Thor’s knowledge of the Infinity
Stones in Ultron comes, in part, from his experiences during The Dark World. The table is set for Age of Ultron’s story,
so this one’s placement is easy. As the final film of Phase Two, Ant-Man is
firmly set between Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War. We know it takes place after Age of Ultron,
partly because Scott tussles with Falcon in full Avenger mode, and partly due to Hank
Pym’s comments about the Battle of Sokovia. “Besides, they’re probably too busy dropping
cities out of the sky.” We also know it takes place right before Civil
War because Ant-Man ends with Scott learning that Falcon is looking for him and in Civil
War we find out exactly why. There isn’t anything too complicated to figure
out about the placement of Captain America: Civil War. Just sit back and enjoy the straight continuity
of Scott Lang’s arc from Ant-Man, and the return of Cap’s new Avengers team, last
seen at the end of Age of Ultron. What gets tricky, however, is what comes next
since Civil War introduces two new major heroes to the MCU, who each need establishing along
with all the other characters Phase Three brings to the franchise. Although it wasn’t released until around
halfway through Phase Three, Black Panther really does belong right after Civil War since
the events of Tony and Steve’s feud lead directly to the crisis in Wakanda. While we’ve broken with strictly chronological
viewings of the franchise earlier on in this list, we want to strongly emphasize it here. Few true Marvel Zombies would disagree that
waiting four films between Civil War and Black Panther feels like far too long to wait to
see the next chapter in T’Challa’s story. Like Black Panther, the events of Spider-Man:
Homecoming follow directly from those of Captain America: Civil War and even revisits some
of Civil War during its prologue. “Okay, so the craziest thing just happened,
right? I got in a fight with Captain America and
I stole his shield and I threw it at him and I… uh, he’s big now, I gotta go, hang on.” But it’s good to keep at least one movie
between Homecoming and Civil War, because the end of Homecoming sees the return of Pepper
Potts to the franchise. During Civil War, we learned that Pepper and
Tony were “taking a break,” while in Homecoming they seem perfectly happy with one another. And everyone knows that fractured relationships
heal in exactly the amount of time it takes for a Wakandan succession crisis to be resolved. That’s just common knowledge. After Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was released,
there was a lot of noise made by fans about about Stan Lee’s cameo mentioning his Civil
War appearance, despite James Gunn’s insistence that the movie took place before the events
of Civil War. Best thing to do here? Don’t worry about it. It takes place in space. None of the Avengers are in it. Forget about the nitty-gritty and just watch
Baby Groot dance. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is best served
here not for any chronological reason, but because there are only two movies left before
Infinity War, and one of those is Thor: Ragnarok. Guardians Vol. 2 and Ragnarok are both great
fun, but you don’t really need to put two witty, snarky, intergalactic epics back-to-back. There’s an argument to be made to put this
movie closer to The Winter Soldier, since Jasper Sitwell mentions Strange’s name in
a list of potential Hydra targets for Project: Insight during the Captain America sequel: “You, a TV anchor in Cairo, the undersecretary
of defense, a high school valedictorian in Iowa City, Bruce Banner, Stephen Strange,
anyone who’s a threat!” But that tease is pretty vague, and Hydra’s
pretty evil. Who knows why they’re targeting a rich surgeon
in Manhattan? So even though Sitwell’s threat could place
this film earlier on our list, it’s still better off right here. Doctor Strange’s placement also breaks up
two space-based flicks: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Thor: Ragnarok. And considering Doctor Strange’s mid-credits
scene is in fact a little slice of Ragnarok, it’s nice to get those two movies back-to-back. When fans experienced Ragnarok’s mid-credits
scene in theaters, it was difficult to imagine that the looming shadow was from anything
but Thanos’ ship. At the time, that was an almost cruelly tantalizing
tease for the next step in Thor’s journey. Now that Avengers: Infinity War has been released
and the brutal fate awaiting Loki, Heimdall, and the other doomed passengers has become
clear, it feels a little strange not to watch Ragnarok right before Infinity War, especially
considering the first thing audiences hear in Infinity War is the Asgardian refugee ship’s
distress call. Sticking with Marvel Studios’ order of release
which puts Black Panther after Ragnarok just doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. Marvel Studios put some unbelievable time,
effort, and money into the build-up to Avengers: Infinity War, and you have to believe they
had a reason to release it when they did. Yes, they may have put fans through torture
by putting two movies between Infinity War and its resolution but, by this point, Marvel
is at the top of its game. The studio’s not going to steer you wrong,
here. Trust in Feige, and try to remember that there’s
probably no good reason to move Infinity War any closer to its conclusion in Avengers:
Endgame. For the most part, Ant-Man and the Wasp seems
to take place at roughly the same time as Infinity War. And in the mid-credits scene we see the latter
movie’s devastating effects take hold on Scott Lang’s world. “Hank, quit screwing around, you told me yourself
not to screw around. Hank! Hope?” But don’t be tempted to move Ant-Man and
the Wasp to an earlier place in your viewing order. Not only does this movie give away what happens
during Infinity War, but it also provides some much-needed laughter after the massive
downer that was Infinity War’s ending. Why take the chaser before the shot? Because Captain Marvel makes such a point
of its ‘90s setting, those arguing for a strictly chronological viewing would happily
move this movie all the way to the beginning of Phase One. But doing that will seriously affect your
enjoyment of Avengers: Endgame. The first meeting between Carol Danvers and
the Avengers is sure to be a huge moment for the franchise. If Marvel had told these stories chronologically,
however, and released Captain Marvel twenty films ago without mentioning her again since,
would that still be the case? Think of it this way: there’s a reason why
Pulp Fiction earned its place in cinema history. Sometimes, for a story to make any kind of
sense, you have to tell it out of order. And the fact that this franchise is as good
as it is… well, Nick Fury himself thinks it could even be divine intervention: “What happened here was a miracle! And I want you to f—— acknowledge it!” Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Looper videos about the Marvel
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  • Captain America: The First Avenger
    Captain Marvel
    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    The Incredible Hulk
    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
    Captain America: Civil War
    Black Panther
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    Doctor Strange
    Thor: Ragnorak
    Ant-Man and The Wasp
    Avengers: Infinity War
    Avengers: Endgame
    Spider-Man: Far From Home

  • My order:

    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    The Incredible Hulk (I usually skip it tbh)
    Captain America: The First Avenger
    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
    Captain America: Civil War
    Black Panther
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    Doctor Strange
    Captain Marvel
    Thor: Ragnarok
    Ant-Man and the Wasp
    Avengers: Infinity War
    Avengers: Endgame

    A lot would argue that AATW and Captain Marvel should be watched between Infinity War and Endgame because of their post-credits scenes. A suggestion for that is to postpone watching those until after watching IW (the platform I watch movies on makes that easy to do). I like the idea of watching IW and Endgame back to back because they just flow together perfectly.

  • I think it should be 1. Captain America: The First Avenger. It's the 40s, and it introduces us to the SSR, which later becomes S.H.I.E.L.D. In the end-credits sequence, features Nick Fury, is a nice setup for everything that's going to follow.
    Then Captain Marvel, since it's set in the 90s and features the first evolution of S.H.I.E.L.D. and an important stage of Nick Fury’s career. It also sets up the Kree which was later seen in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY.
    Iron Man,
    Iron Man 3,
    The Incredible Hulk,
    The Avengers,
    Thor: The Dark World,
    Guardians of the Galaxy,
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,
    Iron Man 3
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier,
    Avengers: Age of Ultron,

    Captain America: Civil War,
    Black Panther,
    Spider-Man: Homecoming,
    Doctor Strange,
    Thor: Ragnarok,
    Ant-Man & the Wasp,
    Avengers: Infinity War,
    Avengers: Endgame.

  • Well no because at the end of the iron man 2 iron mans invited to shield and when the avengers talk about joining shield with agent Colsun he mentions captian America

  • I disagree, my preferred order is

    1. Iron Man
    2. The Incredible Hulk
    3. Iron Man 2
    4. Thor
    5. Captain America
    6. The Avengers
    7. Iron Man 3
    8. The Winter Soldier
    9. Thor the Dark world
    10. Guardians of the Galaxy
    11. Ant Man
    12. Avengers Age of Ultron
    13. Captain America Civil War
    14. Black Panther
    15. Spider Man Homecoming
    16. Doctor Strange
    17. Guardians of the Galaxy 2
    18. Thor Ragnarok
    19. Avengers Infinity War
    20. Ant Man and the Wasp
    21. Captain Marvel
    22. Avengers Endgame

  • Here's a better order:
    1. Captain America: The First Avenger
    2. Captain Marvel
    3. Iron Man
    4. Iron Man 2
    5. The Incredible Hulk
    6. Thor
    7. The Avengers
    8. Thor: The Dark World
    9. Guardians of the Galaxy 1
    10. Guardians of the Galaxy 2
    11. Iron Man 3
    12.Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    13. Avengers: Age of Ultron
    14. Ant-man
    15.Captain America: Civil War
    16. Black Panther
    17. Spider-man: Homecoming
    18. Doctor Strange
    19. Thor Ragnarok
    20. Ant-man and the Wasp
    21. Avengers: Infinity War
    22. Avengers: Endgame

    This is probably the best order. Why? Because it closely follows the plots and you actually have an idea on wtf is going on. I watched it in this order and I could finally connect the dots! The reason why Captain Marvel comes second is because it is in the 1900s and this is where we are first introduced to Nick Fury.

  • Imo:

    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    Captain America: The First Avenger
    Iron Man 3
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    Thor: The Dark World
    Guardians of the Galaxy
    Avengers: Age of Ultron
    Captain America: Civil War
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    Black Panther
    Doctor Strange
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
    Thor: Ragnarok
    Avengers: Infinity World
    Ant-Man and the Wasp
    Captain Marvel
    Avengers: Endgame

    Only a few minor swaps from the video's list but yea, also i retcon The Incredible Hulk

  • This IS THE ORDER:Cap 1, captain marvel, iron man 1 and 2, hulk, Thor, avengers 1, iron man 3, Thor 2, captain America 2, guardians1, guardians 2, avengers 2, ant man, civil war, black Panther, Spider-Man,ant man 2,doctor,strange, ragnarok, avengers 3, avengers 4

  • Just watch it in original order(release date) that's how Marvel intended it so I don't see a reason to change it.
    "Saying you might understand it better" just spoils you on some part of the movies that didn't happen yet.
    And If you catch up on the latest Avengers Film, you're gonna be forced to watched it in original order anyway.

  • The order is

    1. Captain America the first Avenger
    2. Captain Marvel
    3. Iron Man
    4. The Incredible Hulk
    5. Iron Man 2
    6. Thor
    7. The Avengers
    8. Iron Man 3
    9. Thor the Dark World
    10. Captain America the Winter Soldier
    11. Guardians of the Galaxy
    12. Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2
    13. Avengers: Age of Ultron
    14. Ant-Man
    15. Captain America: Civil War
    16. Doctor Strange
    17. Spiderman: Homecoming
    18. Thor: Ragnarok
    19. Black Panther
    20. Avengers: Infinity War
    21. Ant-Man and the Wasp
    22. Avengers: Endgame

  • everyone  has forgotten about: Spiderman, Spiderman 2, Spiderman 3, and The Amaizing Spiderman (even though THIS one is a bit off the lne)

  • What is with Nick Fury and Europe, at the end of Captain America winter soldier he says he’s going to Europe. Age of Ultron Fury and SHIELD help Avengers in Sokovia, in Europe. Spider-Man Far from Home, Fury confronts Peter Parker in you guest in Europe. Surely this is not a coincidence. Is this hinting at something from the comics? Let’s hope Far from home sheds some light on what he’s up to!!!

  • The right order to watch the mcu movies is the order they were released, just like the star wars movies, they wouldn't have been released in the order the were released if you weren't supposed to watch them that way, what sense would that make..

  • I think captain marvel appearing in phase 1 or 2 is better because not seeing her for so long, and then all of a sudden she shows up to help is BADASSS!!!! For example… Red Skull

  • There is two versions of watching the movies. There's the Chronilogical timeline and the Date of release. These two versions confused me because I used the Chronilogical version first but switched to date of release halfway through. I recommend Date of release

  • The movies should only be watched in release order. Each movie has references and end credit scenes related to movies released prior. The setting in time is irrelevant to the order.

  • I know what it's like to lose. To feel so desperately that you're right, yet to fail nonetheless. It's frightening. Turns the legs to jelly. I ask you, to what end? Dread it. Run from it. Destiny arrives all the same. And now, it's here. Or should I say, I am.

  • So this is the order I’ve seen them so far:

    Iron Man (#1)
    Avengers Endgame
    Spiderman Homecoming
    Civil War
    Captain America (#1)
    Infinity War
    Age of Ultron
    Winter Soldier


  • Just watch pulp fiction, it is better than any marvel movie…
    i love marvels movies but it is just to kill my spare time…

  • Personally I use the spaghetti order:
    Iron Man
    The Incredible Hulk
    Iron Man 2
    Captain America: The First Avenger
    The Avengers
    Iron Man 3
    Thor: The Dark World
    Guardians of the Galaxy
    Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    Avengers: Age of Ultron
    Captain America: Civil War
    Spiderman Homecoming
    Black Panther
    Doctor Strange
    Thor: Ragnarok
    Avengers: Infinity War
    Ant-Man and The Wasp
    Captain Marvel
    Avengers: Endgame

  • Fun fact: I’ve never watched any of the MCU movies. Yeah, I’ve seen guardians of the galaxy 1 and 2, ant man, ant man and the wasp, the Spider-Man homecoming and all that but I’ve never watched any thing other than that and I REALLY regret it 😂

  • Order(s) I think it can to go:
    Iron Man – Anytime before Avengers (Obviously before Iron man 2)
    The Incredible Hulk – Anytime before Avengers
    Iron man 2 – Anytime between Iron Man and Avengers
    Thor – Anytime before Avengers
    Captain America: First Avengers – Anytime before Avengers
    Avengers – After all of these, but before anything else
    Iron Man 3 – Anytime between Avengers and Age of Ultron
    Thor 2 – Anytime between Avengers and Age of Ultron
    Winter Soldier – Anytime between Avengers and Age of Ultron
    Guardians of the Galaxy – Anytime before Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (but ideally after Thor 2)
    Age of Ultron – After all of these
    Ant-Man – Between Age of Ultron and Civil War
    Civil War – After all of these
    Spider-Man Homecoming – Anytime between Civil War and Infinity War
    Black Panther – Anytime between Civil War and Infinity War
    Doctor Strange – Anytime before Thor Ragnarok (but preferably after Age of Ultron, otherwise you'll be wondering why he didn't get involved sooner 😂)
    Guardians of the Galaxy 2 – Anytime after Guardians of the Galaxy
    Thor Ragnarok – Anytime after Age of Ultron (Ideally just before Infinity War)
    Infinity War – After all of these
    Ant-Man and the Wasp – Between Infinity War and Endgame
    Captain Marvel – Anytime before Endgame
    Endgame – After all of these

  • I'm so glad I looked at the description, now I dont have to jot down the order. Lol great video!💙🐝💙

  • The order I watched:
    Captain America: The First Avenger
    Iron man
    The Incredible Hulk
    Iron Man 2
    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
    Captain America: Civil War
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    Black Panther
    Doctor Strange
    Thor: Ragnarok
    Antman and the Wasp
    Captain Marvel
    Avengers: Infinity War
    Avengers: Endgame
    Spider-Man: Far From Home

  • – Iron Man
    – Captain America the first avenger
    – Black widow
    – iron man 2
    – The Incredible Hulk
    – Thor
    – The avengers
    – Captain America the Winter soldier
    – Thor the dark world
    – iron man 3
    – guardians of the galaxy
    – guardians of the galaxy 2
    – Avengers age of Ultron
    – ant man
    – captain America civil War
    – Black panther
    – Spiderman homecoming
    – Doctor Strange
    – Thor Ragnarok
    – ant man and the wasp
    – Avengers infinity war
    – Captain Marvel
    – Avengers endgame
    – Spiderman far from home

  • I’m sitting here trying to figure out what the chronological order is and your order is downright wrong

    I so far got this order

    Captain America: first avenger
    Iron man
    Ironman 2
    Ironman 3
    Thor dark world

    I can’t figure out what comes next, you can watch avengers age of Ultron because they talk about taking down hydra from Captain America winter soldier but in captain America winter soldier vision and the mind girl are there which makes not fucking sense because they are introduced in age of Ultron

    Can anyone please help me out with this

  • I'd viewed it like this
    Captain America
    Captain Marvel
    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    Iron Man 3
    Thor Dark World
    Winter Soldier
    GOTG vol. 2
    Avenger Age of Ultron
    Ant Man
    Civil War
    Black Panther
    Spider Man Homecoming
    Doctor Strange
    Thor Ragnarok
    Ant Man & The Wasp
    Infinity War

    It worked well for me
    Just saying….

  • My order is:

    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    The Incredible Hulk
    Captain America: The First Avenger
    The Avengers
    Iron Man 3
    Thor: The Dark World
    Guardians of The Galaxy
    Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    Avengers: Age of Ultron
    Captain America: Civil War
    Black Panther
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    Ant-Man and The Wasp
    Doctor Strange
    Thor: Ragnorak
    Avengers: Infinity War
    Avengers: Endgame
    Spider-Man: Far From Home

  • My List
    Captain America 1st Avenger
    Captain Marvel
    Iron Man
    Incredible Hulk
    Iron Man 2
    Iron Man 3
    Thor the Dark World
    Captain America Winter Soldier Guardians of the Galaxy
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2
    Avengers Age of Ultron
    Captain America Civil War Spider-SpiderMan Homecoming
    Black Panther
    Doctor Strange
    Ant-Man & The Wasp
    Avengers Infinity War
    End Game

  • I’m so confused, I’ve never seen any marvel movies but I want to get into them but I have no idea how to watch them, but even after watching this vid I still don’t know how to watch them… if I want to just watch the 3 spider-man movies will the make sense without seeing every other marvel movie? It do u need to watch all of them?

  • 1 iron man
    2 iron man 2
    3 Incredible Hulk
    4 Thor
    5 cap America
    6 the avengers
    7 winter soldier
    8 dark world
    9 iron man 3
    10 guardians of the galaxy
    11 age of Ultron
    12 ant man
    13 cap America civil war
    14 black panther
    15 spidey homecoming
    16 galaxy vol 2
    17 doc strange
    18 Thor Ragna
    19 infinity war ♾
    20 ant man and the wasp
    21 cap Marvel
    22 ENDGAME!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I agree with Phase 1 & Phase 3. My Phase 2:
    Iron Man 3 -2013
    Thor:The Dark World -2013
    GOTG -2014
    CA:TWS -2014

  • 1. cpt America 2. cpt marvel 3. iron man…. and obviously infinity war and endgame back to back.. I don't watch credits when I've seen it before so chronological is totally the best way.. the credit scenes are just teasers, not necessary to watch twice..

  • Captain America: The First Avenger (1942-1945 past) (2011 present)

    Captain Marvel (1995) (post credits scene serves as a crazy sneak peak to the near future/ the finale of the Infinity Saga, leaves audiences confused but extremely curious and eager to binge the next movies)

    Iron Man (2010) (Vision’s line in Civil War, said in 2016, about Iron Man’s announcement being 8 years earlier is retconned, it should be 6 years earlier)

    Iron Man 2 (2011) (6 months after the first film)

    Thor (2011) (Agent Coulson’s New Mexico mission stated in Iron Man 2 leads right into the events of Thor within the same week) (post credit scene teases the return of Loki)

    The Incredible Hulk (2011) (Takes place in the same week as Iron Man 2 and Thor, but after both films when Tony becomes a consultant for SHIELD and talks with General Ross about Banner, which teases the Avengers)

    The Avengers (2012)

    Iron Man 3 (December 2012) (7 months after the Avengers)

    Thor: The Dark World (2013) (2 years since Thor, and 1 year since The Avengers) (post credit scene ties into the GOTG with the Collector)

    Guardians of The Galaxy (2014, as shown in the events of Endgame)

    Guardians of The Galaxy: Volume 2 (2014) (2 months after the first film, serves as a close continuation of the first film that explores how the Guardians have grown in short time, and continues to explore Peter’s story arc)

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) (2 years after the Avengers) (post credits scene ties into Age of Ultron with the tease of Wanda and Quicksilver)

    Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

    Ant-Man (2015) (takes place when the new Avengers have been formed after the events of AOU) (post credits scene ties into Civil War)

    Captain America: Civil War (2016) (post credits scene ties into Black Panther)

    Black Panther (2016) (1 week after Civil War)

    Spider-Man Homecoming (2016) (a few months after Civil War, 8 years later thing was retconned)

    Doctor Strange (2016-2017) (5 years after the events of The Avengers as stated in Endgame by the Ancient One) (post credit scene ties into Ragnarok)

    Thor: Ragnarok (2017) (post credit scene takes place in 2018, teases the doom that will soon terrorize the universe, leaves audiences just as shocked and scared as the characters)

    Ant-Man and The Wasp (2018) (2 years after Civil War) (post credit further teases a mysterious future event that will haunt the universe, and leaves audiences just as shocked and confused as the characters)

    Avengers: Infinity War (2018) (6 years after The Avengers, also right after Ragnarok)

    Avengers: Endgame (2018, 23 days after Infinity War) (2023, 5 years later time jump)

    Spider-Man: Far From Home (2023) (8 months after Endgame)

  • This all seems legit except the first GoTG and Avengers 2.

    If you saw Endgame, you'd remember when they went back in time in 2014 to find the Power Stone, where they came across Quill being "an idiot". While at the same time, this was when 2014 Gamora said to Nebula "Father has found an infinity stone." This was during GoTG, but it was shown offscreen in that movie. However, we see it in Endgame. But it still implies that this was occuring during the time of GoTG when Quill was taking that Orb and came across Korath.

    Now, at the end of Age of Ultron, the post credit scene is Thanos equipping the infinity gauntlet, and says "Fine, i'll do it myself."

    So this implies, after Avengers 2, is when Thanos started his conquest for the infinity stones. So maybe GoTG can be after Avengers 2

  • Once you've seen Endgame, there is no way you should NOT watch Captain America: The First Avenger first. You should literally begin with the film that has "First" in the title, and end with the film that has "End" in the title.

    When you see where Cap's journey goes, what the final scenes of Endgame are dedicated to, there is no way you should not begin with 'Captain America: The First Avenger', because then the story comes full circle in a beautiful way.

  • I hadn't seen most of these movies, so I followed the list and I felt like it all made sense and came toghether nicely. Except maybe for the placement of winter soldier. Felt like they magically built those ships in no time. Otherwise, great list!

  • wait, isnt captain marvel played out before iron man existed because in captain marvel nick fury still had both his eyes

  • Thank you for the order list.
    I'm SO annoyed with those insisting watching it in chronological order when the mid and post credit scenes were completely ignored.

  • The order I watched them in the first time threw is as followed:
    Doctor Strange
    Infinity wars
    Captain America
    Avengers 1
    Age of Ultron
    The dark world
    Winter soldier
    Civil war
    Captain marvel
    Antman and wasp
    Spiderman home coming

    I tried watching black panther but turned it off when that scrawny cunt called a white guy a colonizer. Fuck that movie.

  • Iron man
    Iron man 2
    Incredible Hulk
    The consultant (Thor dvd)
    Captain America
    The Avengers
    Captain America the winter soldier
    Thor the dark wold
    Iron man 3
    Guardians of the galaxy
    Avengers age of Ultron
    Ant man
    Captain America civil war
    Black panther (racist movie)
    Spider-Man home coming
    Guardians of the galaxy vol 2
    Doctor Strange
    Thor ragnorok
    Avengers infinity war
    Ant man and the Wasp
    Captain marvel
    Avengers end game

  • In chronological order

    Captain America:The First Avenger(2011)

    Agent Carter S1 E1-E8

    Agent Carter S2 E1-E10

    Captain Marvel(2019)

    Iron Man(2008)

    Iron Man 2(2010)

    The Incredible Hulk(2008)



    Iron Man 3(2013)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S1 E1-E7

    Thor:The Dark World(2013)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S1 E8-E16

    Captain America:The Winter Soldier(2014)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S1 E17-E22

    Daredevil S1 E1-E13

    Guardians of the Galaxy(2014)

    Guardians of the Galaxy 2(2017)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S2 E1-E19

    Avengers:Age of Ultron(2015)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S2 E20-E22


    Jessica Jones S1 E1-E13

    Daredevil S2 E1-E13

    Luke Cage S1 E1-E13

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S3 E1-E19

    Captain America:Civil War(2016)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S3 E20-E22

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S4 E1-E22

    Iron Fist S1 E1-E13

    The Defenders E1-E8


    The Punisher S1 E1-E13

    Doctor Strange(2016)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S5 E1-E19

    Jessica Jones S2 E1-E13

    Inhumans E1-E8

    Luke Cage S2 E1-E13

    Iron Fist S2 E1-E10

    Daredevil S3 E1-E13

    The Punisher S2 E1-E13

    Jessica Jones S3

    Runaways S1 E1-E10

    Runaways S2 E1-E13

    Cloak and Dagger S1 E1-E10

    Cloak and Dagger S2 E1-E10

    Black Panther(2018)


    Ant-Man and the Wasp(2018)

    Avengers:Infinity War(2018)

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D S5 E19-E22


    Spider-Man:Far From Home(2019)

  • I'm just here to let y'all know, that I have never seen a single marvel movie.
    So have a nice day.

    I'm watching this video to figure out in what order to start since I am sick and at home right now and I have nothing else to do

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