A complete guide to watching all Marvel movies in order

Introduction

Why do you need a complete guide to be able to watch all Marvel movies in order? The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has grown from individual superhero movies to groups of superheroes together. Since Iron Man 1 was released, within just 10 years, Marvel Studios has released 23 movies and a series of TV series, large and small projects that last from now until after 2020.

The MCU has a way of building a very broad world and branching each superhero with different movies but following a very closely linked timeline, and then reassembling them into the same movie. So it will be difficult to see the Marvel movies according to the movie circuit for easy understanding.

For that reason, this article will provide a complete guide to watching the entire Marvel movies in order. Since we've called the complete guide, we'll have both the order of the Marvel movies chronological order of the events in the movie and the order by release time.

Watching Guides

No one will not remember the death of Iron Man in the movie Avengers: Endgame (2019), the pioneer paving the way for the MCU and also the person who closes 10 years of sticking with so many generations of audiences. The film can be considered as the most successful work in the history of the MCU's development up to now, and is the complete ending for the first 10 years of the MCU.

However, there is a small fact that Avengers: Endgame is not the movie that closes Phase, but the movie that officially ends Phase 3 is Spiderman: Far From Home, set after the events of Avengers: Endgame and after Tony Stark's death. The first film to kick off Phase 4, Black Widow, which should have been in audiences since April 2020, was then hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

And in the complete guide to watching the Marvel movies in order, in both chronological and movie release order will end with Spiderman: Far From Home and get you ready for Phase 4 of the MCU with Black Widow.

1. Marvel movies in order: Chronological order

MCU movies are a series of films with extremely close links between titles. Until now series films with linked content have mostly been making episodes with translational time alignment (meaning that the next episode will tell about the next episode of the previous episode's release event). But there are no parallel time links like Marvel.

Therefore, you can also enjoy Marvel movies with real time in the movie. Here's how you can watch Marvel movies chronologically through the chronological order of events:

  •  Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

The 2011 film brought a new American captaincy for the first time on the big screen. In 1942, from a frail patriot, Steve Rogers volunteered to attend a "super soldier" program developed by German Dr. Abraham Erskine. Thanks to the special serum, Steve Rogers is enhanced with a tall and muscular look and tough combat strength. He then formed a group of associates to infiltrate to destroy the base of the HYDRA corporation.

In the post-credits, Rogers is met by Nick Fury to propose a mission to join S.H.I.E.L.D to save the world from new dangers. This is most likely an invitation to form the Avengers group (just before meeting Tony Stark in the 2008 Iron-Man credits)

  • Captain Marvel (2019)

Marvel introduced the first independent work with the superhero heroine nicknamed Captain Marvel (also known as Carol Danvers) - a former pilot of the United States Air Force. In the world scene in 1995, after the plane crash, she was brought to their planet by the Kree to cure. Here, Carol's DNA is merged with the Kree DNA, making her one of the most powerful characters in the MCU.

The film introduces 2 credits. In it, one scene of Goose cat bringing the Tessaract to Nick Furry and the other happening right after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. Before Thanos' snap, Nick Fury's radio was activated, causing Captain Marvel to immediately return to Earth.

  • Iron Man (2008)

The story takes place in 2000, Tony Stark is the heir to Stark Industries Group specializing in defense contracts from his father. During a visit to Afghanistan, the country was ravaged by war with Lieutenant Colonel James Rhodes to introduce a new missile invention called "Jericho", his escort was ambushed causing Stark serious injuries. 

Stark was imprisoned in the cave of a terrorist group called the Ten Rings. Here Tony meets Yinsen, a friend in the same situation who helped attach an electromagnet to his chest to prevent the remaining grenade fragments from hitting the heart. Thanks to his extraordinary scientific knowledge, Tony Stark designed his own iron armor for the first time.

Iron Man 2008 also contains an after-credit clip in which Nick Fury (the head of S.H.I.E.L.D) reached out to Tony Stark to introduce an initiative called Avengers.

  • Iron Man 2 (2010)

Six months after the events of Iron Man, Tony Stark resisted the US Government call for a handover of Iron Man technology. Meanwhile, Russian scientist Ivan Vanko has developed technology similar to Stark's arc reactor and built his own weapon to avenge his family.

In order for the arc reaction to sustain energy in his chest, Stark had to use palladium, a toxic metal that directly threatened his health and life. He was alone against everything that was opposing himself while his life was counting on each battery. At the Historic Grand Prix of Monaco, Stark was attacked by an antagonist named Vanko.

In the post-credits scene of Iron Man 2, Marvel continued to introduce the Mjohnir hammer - the weapon that would later be associated with the power of Thor.

  • The Incredible Hulk (2008)

In The Incredible Hulk, a new side story is set where Bruce Banner becomes the Hulk like an unconscious pawn in a military plan to restore the super soldier program through gamma radiation. On the run, Banner tries to cure himself of becoming the Hulk before being captured by General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross. But his worst fears come when the power-hungry soldier Emil Blonsky becomes a creature similar to him but much more amorous. Banner is forced to accept becoming the Hulk in order to defeat Blonsky.

In one of the credits, Tony Stark appears at a bar where Ross is drinking and informs him that a group of supernatural beings is being gathered (referring to the Avengers group).

  • Thor (2011)

Odin's son Thor was given the hammer Mjolnir by his father, preparing to succeed the throne of Asgard, and was left unfinished because the giants tried to retrieve the casket containing the Tessaract, but the thieves were destroy immediately by the Destroyer - empty armor on duty to guard the treasure. 

Despite Odin's prohibition, Thor and his brother Loki, childhood friend Sif and the warriors of the Volstagg, Fandral and Hogun, come to Jotunheim to fight Laufey. A fierce battle took place, but the disadvantage gradually leaned towards the Asgard warriors until Odin came to the rescue, ending a temporary peace between the two sides.

In the credits, Marvel includes a large title tag that means "Thor will be back in The Avengers". In another part, Loki convinces Dr. Erik Selvig to steal the Tessaract from Nick Fury's hands, causing the first great battle of the superhero group in New York.

  • Thor (2011)

Odin's son Thor was given the hammer Mjolnir by his father, preparing to succeed the throne of Asgard, and was left unfinished because the giants tried to retrieve the casket containing the Tessaract, but the thieves were destroy immediately by the Destroyer - empty armor on duty to guard the treasure. 

Despite Odin's prohibition, Thor and his brother Loki, childhood friend Sif and the warriors of the Volstagg, Fandral and Hogun, come to Jotunheim to fight Laufey. A fierce battle took place, but the disadvantage gradually leaned towards the Asgard warriors until Odin came to the rescue, ending a temporary peace between the two sides.

In the credits, Marvel includes a large title tag that means "Thor will be back in The Avengers". In another part, Loki convinces Dr. Erik Selvig to steal the Tessaract from Nick Fury's hands, causing the first great battle of the superhero group in New York.

  • The Avengers (2012)

Loki returned to Earth with the Tesseract with the army of the Chitauri aliens. At this point, Nick Fury and agent Natasha Romanoff seek to restore the Avengers project to gather superheroes to resist Loki's attack. Including Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Iron Man and Hawkeye.

In the mid-credits scene, General Chitauri appeared in front of his master, Thanos, to announce Loki's defeat and assumed that it would be difficult to destroy humans. At this point, when Thanos heard it, he turned and smiled.

This is also the first episode officially introducing evil Thanos to the global audience with tips on the plan to collect infinity stones, starting with the Tesseract (space stone).

  • Iron Man 3 (2013)

Seven months after the Avengers fight to protect New York City, the horrifying past still haunts Stark every night. Meanwhile, a series of bombings by a mysterious character, Mandarin has left the intelligence agencies extremely confused by not finding an explosive agent. 

When the Security Director of Industry Stark Happy Hogan was seriously injured in a bombing, Tony Stark was furious and immediately made a threat to the Mandarin on television by publicly disclosing the location only house. The Mandarin responded with a devastating attack that destroyed Stark's home. Maya Hansen, arriving to warn Stark, was lucky to survive with Pepper. Stark escaped with the Mark XLII armor still in test and was taken by JARVIS to rural Tennessee - where a similar bombing occurred before the cases of the Mandarin.

  • Thor 2: The Dark World (2013)

In Asgard, Loki is captured and imprisoned for the war crimes he has committed on Earth. Meanwhile, Thor and the loyal warriors Fandral, Volstagg and Sif continued to fight in Vanaheim, the neighboring kingdom of the Hogun. It was also the last battle in the Nine Planets peace defense, after the Bifröst Nine Kingdoms Bridge was destroyed two years earlier, now restored. The Asgard warriors also knew that a rare historical phenomenon called Convergence was imminent when the Nine Planets were lying on a straight line and a series of portals would appear connecting the worlds.

In London, astrophysicist doctor Jane Foster and her trainee Darcy Lewis explored an abandoned factory where the gates connecting worlds appeared and broke all the rules of physics. around them. Jane accidentally got caught up in that portal to where Aether was sealed, and then infiltrated by herself.

In a mid-credits scene, Volstagg and Sif visit Tivan and hand over the Aether canister to him, explaining that the Tesseract is in Asgard and leaving the two Infinity Stones too close together would be dangerous. As they left, Tivan said, "One, five more." In a post-credits, Jane and Thor reunite on Earth while somewhere in London, an icy monster from Jotunheim is accidentally sent to Earth during the final battle.

  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Steve Rogers is currently working for the spy agency S.H.I.E.L.D. under the command of Nick Fury. During one mission, Rogers and agent Natasha Romanoff were sent to rescue the hostage group consisting of the technical staff of S.H.I.E.L.D. on board the Lemurian Star, including an officer named Jasper Sitwell, and supported by a team of S.T.R.I.K.E led by Brock Rumlow. After defeating the leader, Georges Batroc, Rogers discovered that Romanoff was backing up data from S.H.I.E.L.D's computer to a USB flash drive, the two argued over her job. At the same time Batroc regained consciousness, threw grenades at them but Rogers just in time threw the grenades and saved them both.

In a mid-credits, Wolfgang von Strucker, at a HYDRA laboratory, declares that the "time of miracles" has begun with scientists examining the Staff and a pair of twins. Two experimenters survived: men with superhuman speed, and women with the power to control objects. In the post-credits, Barnes visits a memorial to himself at the Smithsonian Institution, and begins to remember his true identity.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

On the uninhabited Morag planet, Quill steals an orb, then Korath, a subordinate of the Accuser Ronan (a fanatical Kree is also looking for that orb according to a deal with the mad Titan Thanos to destroy the capital. of Nova empire is Xandar), block him. Although Quill escapes with the ball in the Milano train, Yondu finds out and offers him a reward to catch him.

On the planet Xandar, the mercenary Rocket (is a genetically modified raccoon) and you are a Groot treeman trying to capture Quill for a bounty from Yondu. When Quill was unable to sell the orb, Gamora, Thanos' adopted daughter, sent to help Ronan, appeared and tried to steal it from Quill, while Rocket tried to force Quill to pay the bounty. The trilateral battle ended with the Nova army appearing and capturing all four of them, imprisoning them in Kyln.

In the post-credits, Collector Taleneer Tivan sits in her destroyed archive with two surviving exhibits: a Soviet space travel dog and Howard duck.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (2017)

Peter Quill, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Baby Groot were then famous and known by the names of the "Guardians of the Galaxy". Ayesha, the leader of the Sovereign race, hired the Guardians to protect the precious battery from a monster in exchange for Gamora's sister Nebula, who was caught trying to steal the battery. After discovering Rocket stole some batteries for himself, Sovereign attacks the Guardians' ships with a fleet of drones. 

The Guardians' ship made an emergency landing on a nearby planet. A strange white ship appeared, destroyed the unmanned aircraft, landed. The man came out and introduced himself as Ego and the other as a servant of Mantis. Ego says he is Quill's father, inviting Gamora and Drax to his planet, while Rocket and Groot stay behind to repair the ship and keep an eye on Nebula.

In a series of after-credits scenes, Kraglin retains Yondu's arrow and learns to control it, but accidentally stabs Drax; Ravager leader Stakar Ogord reunites with former teammates; Groot begins to grow back to normal size, demonstrating the behavior of a typical teenager in the process; Ayesha creates a new artificial creature with a plan to destroy the Guardians, named Adam Warlock.

  • The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

In the Eastern European country of Sokovia, the Avengers suddenly attacked a HYDRA headquarters led by Baron von Strucker - who was conducting an experiment on a human body with Loki's scepter. They encountered two of Strucker's experiments - the Maximoffs twins, Pietro had super speed and Wanda was able to control mind and release energy by hand. The group catches Strucker and Stark takes Loki's scepter back, but is after Wanda shows Stark a frightening sight. An army of Chitauri outnumbered their first invasion of Earth, and the whole team except Stark was defeated.

Stark and Banner discovered the artificial intelligence inside the scepter's stone and secretly used it to perfect Stark's global defense project "Ultron". But Ultron is self-aware, believing he must uproot humanity to protect the earth, so he removes Stark's JARVIS and attacks at the Avengers tower. 

In the mid-credits, Thanos, dissatisfied with the failure of his pieces, wears the empty infinity glove and decides to take the infinity stones himself.

  • Ant-Man (2015)

In 1989, scientist Hank Pym left S.H.I.E.L.D after discovering that the organization was planning to copy the technology bearing his name. Knowing the dangers of this technology, Pym vows to protect it as long as he is alive. Then Pym's daughter, Hope van Dyne, estranged from her father and followed his former pupil, who kicked him out of her own company, Darren Cross. He has nearly perfected his own miniature suit "Yellow Suit", rivaling Pym technology.

After finishing his prison term for stealing, Scott Lang decided to move to the house of former inmate Luis. Because he cannot keep his job due to a criminal record, Lang wants to make money by joining Luis' group in a burglary. He breaks into the house trying to steal and bypass the technology that protects it, but ends up only finding an "old motorcycle suit" and bringing it home. After trying the suit on and pressing the button on his right hand, Lang suddenly became small, just the size of an ant.

In the mid-credits, Pym presents Hope with a new prototype Wasp suit and entrusts it to her. In another post-film scene, Wilson and Steve Rogers have captured Bucky Barnes. Due to being unable to contact Tony Stark because of the "agreement", Wilson said that he knew "someone" who could help them.

  • Captain America: Civil War (2016)

US Secretary of State Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross informed the Avengers that the United Nations is in the process of ratifying the Sokovia Agreement, in which the superheroes must register their identities with the government so that the government can watch. and adjust the performance of all superheroes. The Avengers split into two streams of opinion: Tony Stark agreed to the scrutiny because he felt guilty about creating Ultron, causing the horrifying event in Sokovia that killed a civilian - the consequences of which He just learned, while Rogers does not trust the government and wishes his team can still act freely. Only Wanda hesitated.

In the mid-credits, Barnes is hiding in Wakanda, and he decides to hibernate until a cure for brainwashing is found. In the post-credits, Peter Parker returns home to Queens, New York and gropes for the web-shooting machine Tony Stark built for him.

  • Black Widow (2021)

The event took place shortly after Captain America: The Civil War, when Natasha Romanoff began to find out about her true identity. At that time, mercenary Task Master (with the ability to copy the opponent's moves) was hired to kill the opposing Avengers members (including Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, Wanda Maximoff and Bucky Barnes), and his first target was Natasha Romanoff.

  • Spiderman: Homecoming (2017)

At the present time, after participating in the Avengers' internal dispute in Captain America: The Civil War, Peter Parker continues his studies after Stark told him that he was not ready to become a member of the Avengers. With Aunt May's protests, Peter left the Midtown Technology School Academic Decathlon team so that he could focus on the "Stark internship camp", which was a front for activities. Your crime fighting as Spider-Man.

One night, Peter was attending Liz's birthday party when he saw Toomes's comrades, Herman Schultz and Jackson Brice selling Chitauri weapons to the local gangster, Aaron Davis. When he tried to intervene, Peter was nearly killed by Toomes and was rescued by Stark. 

Afterwards, Toomes kills Brice to avoid endangering his activitiesIn a mid-credits scene, a captive Gargan approaches Toomes in Raft, then explains that several criminals are strung together and asks him if he knows Spider-Man's identity. Toomes replied, "If I knew him, he would have died long ago" and went somewhere to see his family again. 

In one post-credits scene, Captain America gave Peter Parker advice about the importance of patience, the virtues that a soldier or a student should have.

  • Doctor Strange (2016)

Stephen Strange, a famous neurosurgeon, had a car accident that damaged his hands. The doctors have successfully operated on and say that Strange needs time to recover but he disagrees. One day, while undergoing physical therapy, Strange was told about the case of a patient named Jonathan Pangborn, who was once a handicapped man, "just having his head healed" but was healed by a means. magic magic. Strange came to see Pangborn, who told him about a place called Kamar-Taj, where saints existed with spiritual magic.

Strange set out to find Kamar-Taj, on the way, he was attacked by a band of bandits before being saved by the mage Karl Mordo. Mordo then led Strange to Kamar-Taj, where he was met with Old Man. Strange was taught a great deal of martial arts knowledge as well as magic and his skills were improving day by day.

In the mid-credits scene, Dr. Strange meets Thor in the cathedral talking about Loki being a threat and agrees to help the two find the missing Odin. In the after-credits, Mordo goes to Pangborn, disarms this person and explains that the world has "too many witches".

  • Black Panther (2018)

After the events of Captain America: The Civil War, when T'Chaka died at the hands of Helmut Zemo, his son T'Challa returned to Wakanda to continue running the country. After working with Okoye, the leader of the Dora Milaje Army and his ex-lover Nakia signed a secret agreement in the Sambisa Forest, Nigeria. There, he is reunited with his mother, Queen Ramonda and his sister, Princess Shuri, and learns that M'Baku, the leader of the Jabari tribe, is challenging for the throne. The match took place and T'Challa won, retaining the new throne.

In the mid-credits scene, T'Challa appears before the United Nations in the Vienna building, claiming to share Vbranium resources with the world, ending self-isolation. In the after-credits scene, Bucky Barnes wakes up in Wakanda. Nicknamed the White Wolf, Bucky has escaped HYDRA's control thanks to Shuri's technology.

  • Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Thor is on his way to find the infinity stones but has no clue, and is captured by the fire demon Sultur in Muspelheim. Sultur reveals that Odin is no longer in Asgard and that Asgard's Ragnarok apocalypse is about to unfold as a prophecy when he puts his crown into the Eternal Flame in Odin's vault. Thor defeats Sultur and claims to have stopped Ragnarok.

Thor returned to Asgard when he learned of Heimdall's missing and realized Loki was pretending to be Odin to rule here. Thor captures Loki to return to Earth to find his father. With the help of Doctor Strange, they found Odin in Norway, at that time he was dying. Odin explains that Ragnarok will definitely happen and if I die, Hela, my first child will be set free.

In the mid-credits section, Thor's ship is intercepted by a larger ship before it even makes it to Earth. In the post-credits scene, the Grandmaster is surrounded by rebellious subjects.

  • Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

After obtaining the Power Stone from the planet Xandar, Thanos and his henchmen - Ebony Maw, Cull Obsidian, Proxima Midnight and Corvus Glaive, attack the Statesman to kill half of the people here and find the Tessaract Loki had stolen from Asgard. Thanos tortures Thor with the Power Stone to force Loki to hand over the Space Stone hidden in the Tesseract. Hulk bought time to intervene, but was defeated quickly by Thanos. 

Before he was killed, Heimdall used the power of the Bifröst Bridge to bring Hulk back to Earth. Loki feigned surrender to kill Thanos, but was also discovered and killed by Thanos. Thanos destroyed the Statesman ship and let Thor drift into space.

In the after-credit segment, a series of car and plane crashes occurred because of the driver's disappearance. Nick Fury and agent Maria Hill also became victims, but Nick before disappearing completely still sent an emergency signal to Carol Danvers/ Captain Marvel.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

Pym and Hope opened the portal to access the Quantum Realm in an instant. At the same time Scott Lang dreamed of being possessed by a young Janet (Pym's wife). Although only a few days before the expiration of control, Lang decided to call Hank. Hope kidnapped Lang, leaving an ant of his identity to distract FBI agent Jimmy Woo. After confirming Janet was still alive, Hank and Hope worked together to create a stable tunnel where Hank could send the vehicle into the Quantum Zone and rescue Janet.

In the mid-credits scene, Hank, Hope and Janet bring Lang into the quantum world for him to get the quantum particles to heal Ava. But after completing the mission and preparing to leave the Quantum Realm, he suddenly loses contact with the whole Pym family. It turns out, they were turned to ash by Thanos' snap during the Infinity War events. The last credit is a scene where Lang is playing the drums while his TV sets an emergency alarm.

  • Avengers: Endgame (2019)

After Thanos' snap, half of the people in the entire Universe disappeared. Earth at this time turned gloomy and desolate than ever. The Avengers team almost disbanded when half of them ceased to exist. Tony Stark was adrift and the others lacked fighting spirit.

After accidentally being freed from the Quantum Realm by a mouse, Scott Lang (Ant-Man) learns the Snap event and then arrives at Avengers headquarters to meet Romanoff and Rogers - the only ones left. From his own experience, Lang says the past five years have been just five hours of being stranded and time travel is possible. From here, the group of superheroes gathered in a plan to turn back the time to destroy Thanos' plan to develop the Infinity Gauntlet.

  • Spiderman: Far From Home (2019)

Eight months after Iron Man reversed Thanos' snap, a series of time portals opened up that led the alien forces to enter Earth. At this time, Spider-man was on his way to Europe on a trip with his classmates. Nick Fury continues to appear with another hero from the Multiverse called Mysterio to help Peter Parker rescue the Earth from the danger of destruction again.

In the mid-credits scene, just as Parker (dressed in Spider-Man costume) just ended his date with MJ, Daily Bugle web host J. Jonah Jameson broadcast edited footage of the incident at London, in which Beck blamed Spider-Man for the attacks and then killed him in order to monopolize the position of new Iron Man. In "the last moment", he also revealed Spider-Man's real name is Peter Parker. In the post-credits scene, Fury and Hill show up as Talos and his wife Soren in disguise, at the behest of real Fury, now commanding an extraterrestrial Skrull spacecraft.

2. Marvel movies in order: Release date

The other order you can choose to see all Marvel movies is in the order by release date. This is the best way to give you a great experience, as well as witnessing the progression of Marvel's script, effects, actors, and investment to evolve with each episode.

This order will start with the Iron Man movie (2008) and end at the Avengers: Endgame (2019) and Spider-Man: Far From Home (post-Endgame) movies.

And in this order it is best to follow it through the 4 Phases of the MCU. The development of the Marvel cinematic universe is divided into several phases, or many different phases, and at the present time, the MCU has entered Phase 4.

If Phase 1 is the foundation, focusing on the development of long-standing superheroes and is very familiar to the mass audience, then Phase 2 though continues to develop the stories of superheroes from time to time. before that, but also introduced new superhero characters through the movies Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and Ant Man (2015). The MCU's Phase 3, which begins with the movie Captain America: Civil War (2016), is the start of the MCU's longest and most powerful Stage of development to date. A series of new superheroes have been released, from Doctor Strange to Black Panther, from Captain Marvel to the return of Spiderman from Sony. This is also the period that marks the first 10 years of development of the Marvel cinema universe, as well as a goodbye to the first superheroes.

  • Phase One

    • Iron Man (2008)

    • The Incredible Hulk (2008)

    • Iron Man 2 (2010)

    • Thor (2011)

    • Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

    • Marvel’s The Avengers (2012)

  • Phase Two 

    • 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)

  • Phase Three

    • 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)

    • Captain Marvel (2019)

    • Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    • Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

  •  Phase Four 

    • Black Widow (May 7, 2021)

    • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (July 9, 2021)

    • The Eternals (November 5, 2021)

    • Untitled third Spider-Man movie (December 17, 2021)

    • Thor: Love and Thunder (February 11, 2022)

    • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (March 25, 2022)

Final Thoughts

A 10-year journey with a total of 30 movies including already screened films and films that have been announced to be shown, bringing a lot of emotion and lingering to audiences who love action movies - fantasy superhero worldwide . Although there are many changes in the timeline, but with the way of making films extremely sophisticated and extremely logical, Marvel has brought to the world a unique cinematic experience in the new era.

Hopefully with complete instructions on both movie event chronology as well as movie release date order, readers will be able to easily watch Marvel movies in the order you want!

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