Throughout 14 years and 27 films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe It has become not only the model to follow for its peers in the industry, but for any genre with ambitions of permanence based on regular releases. From fantasy to adventure, through action and horror, crossed franchises with fusions of plots and characters seem to be the fundamental idea of every great audiovisual production office today.
The great architect behind all this ruckus is Kevin Feigpresident of Marvel Studios since 2007, just a year before the release of ‘Hombre de Hierro‘ (Jon Favreau, 2008), the production that started it all with the resurrected charisma of a Robert Downey Jr. that he was willing to re-earn his place in Hollywood. The actor automatically became a pillar for Feige and his crazy plans (which at that time were more like dreams), and precisely for this reason he was in charge of uniting his universe with the next superhero to arrive, one greener, bigger and more. pissed off
‘The incredible Hulk‘ (Louis Leterrier, 2008) did not have the pull of the metallic man and Edward Norton It didn’t take him long to get out of the car, but the purchase of the company by Disney confirmed that the machinery was working and that no one was going to turn it off. That’s when, in the undervalued ‘Iron Man 2‘ (Jon Favreau, 2010), we met black widowthe next great avenger embodied by a Scarlett Johansson who created his own version of the character that ended up convincing even the most stubborn defenders of the comic book canon.
The god of thunder arrived only a year later. Although ‘Thor‘ (Kenneth Branagh, 2011) they still didn’t know what they wanted to do with it, Chris Hemsworth He jumped on the bandwagon to become another of the franchise’s most beloved characters shortly after. In the same title we also briefly met the fifth avenger, the elusive and accurate Hawk Eyeembodied by Jeremy Renner.
Before the first big event, it was missing to present the guy who was destined to unite them all in combat, the champion of motivational speeches, the starry soldier with the (more or less) unbreakable shield, it was time for the premiere of ‘Captain America the First Avenger‘ (Joe Johnson, 2011). As with Hemsworth, the hesitant start of Chris Evans He did not leave everyone satisfied but, somehow, with the passing of the films, he has definitively become the quintessential defender of freedom.
Presented all, it only remained to join them and, solving with a more than reliable Mark Ruffalo the necessary replacement for Hulkhit theaters ‘The Avengers‘ (Joss Whedon, 2012), the ultimate proof that Feige was right: it could be done.
And ten years later here we are, fully involved in Phase 4 of a franchise that has just razed ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home‘ (Jon Watts, 2021), the promising one is ready ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘ (Sam Raimi, 2022) and has also managed to conquer the small screen thanks to series premiered on Disney+ as brilliant as ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision‘, ‘Loki‘ and ‘Hawk Eye‘.
‘The Incredible Hulk’ (Louis Leterrier, 2008)
‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ (Joe Johnston, 2011)
‘Black Widow’ (Cate Shortland, 2021)
‘Eternals’ (Chloé Zhao, 2021)
‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ (Destin Cretton, 2021)
‘Thor’ (Kenneth Branagh, 2011)
‘Ant-Man’ (Peyton Reed, 2015)
‘Iron Man’ (Jon Favreau, 2008)
‘Iron Man 2’ (Jon Favreau, 2010)
‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ (Peyton Reed, 2018)
‘Thor: The Dark World’ (Alan Taylor, 2013)
‘Doctor Strange (Doctor Strange)’ (Scott Derrickson, 2016)
‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ (Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, 2014)
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (James Gunn, 2014)
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ (Taika Waititi, 2017)
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ (James Gunn, 2017)
Spider-Man: Homecoming (Jon Watts, 2017)
‘Captain Marvel’ (Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, 2019)
‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ (Jon Watts, 2019)
‘Captain America: Civil War’ (Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, 2016)
‘Iron Man 3’ (Shane Black, 2013)
‘Black Panther’ (Ryan Coogler, 2018)
‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ (Joss Whedon, 2015)
‘The Avengers’ (Joss Whedon, 2012)
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ (Jon Watts, 2021)
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ (Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, 2018)
‘Avengers: Endgame’ (Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, 2019)
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