In case you have been in hiding for the past few months, Disney and Marvel have brought out one of the most anticipated films of all time, bringing an end to their "Infinity Saga," which has spanned over 11 years and includes 22 films. Whilst Marvel has confirmed that Spider-Man: Far From Home is, in fact, the final film from Phase Three, Endgame says goodbye to a number of their beloved characters... or does it?
I think we can all agree that Endgame was not just the greatest Marvel film, but possibly one of the greatest films of all time. There were so many things that I love about this movie, so let’s get into it.
These cinematic characters are marvelously funny. Welcome to WatchMojo and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Funniest MCU Characters."
Due to the recent Disney-fox merger, there has been a lot of theorizing about who will play the fantastic four in the MCU, it is only natural that the X-Men will follow that theorizing with the same question. However the introduction of the X-Men to the MCU will have more challenges than the Fantastic Four as they will need to explain where the mutants have been this whole time and why they haven't been known of, but with the capable people of Marvel in charge, I'm sure this will be no problem.
Superhero movies—the modern day Western.
In 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe set us out on a journey following Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and in fifteen days that journey comes to an end. I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am for the premier of Avengers: Endgame. So I figured, what better way to add to my excitement than by listing things I am most looking forward too in this last chapter. So, without further ado (although the waiting only makes the payoff better) here are the top five things I’m excited to see in Avengers: Endgame. Just a warning because I know a lot of people try to avoid the trailers, this will have trailer spoilers. So, if you want to go into this movie completely blind, PLEASE STOP READING NOW.
The first character that brought us into the world of the MCU as we know it was Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man, and 10 years later, we couldn’t imagine anyone else bringing this character to life. He is truly his character, and if you watch interviews with him, he and Tony are certainly one. Sometimes it is hard to see where Tony Stark ends and Robert Downey Jr. begins, and we are lucky that we have someone who is willing to throw himself so fully into a character to spearhead the film franchise that would change so many people’s lives. There is much speculation as to what the MCU has in store for us and our characters in Endgame, much of it revolving around which of the characters that we love are going to survive the movie. This movie is going to be a heartbreaking, rough, hell of a three-hour journey and it's been rumored that only two of our original six Avengers are going to survive.
I was twelve years old when Iron Man premiered in theatres. I’ve only missed one opening night since then, and it was Thor: The Dark World, so does that really count? The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become the Star Wars to a new generation. In three weeks, this first chapter, the chapter that has defined my generation, will close.
Masculinity is too often measured in quantities...how many of “x” men can do…
When a childhood cornerstone comes back to the workshop for revitalization, it can instill fear in diehard fans of the nostalgia. I believe the 2017 movie, directed by Dean Israelite was a good homage to the original creation of Haim Saban.
With Avengers: Endgame only a few weeks away, many of us fans have already started to wonder what could be next after Thanos is dealt with. Unless Thanos manages to kill the remaining Avengers in the next Marvel movie, there must be more Avengers' movies in the future, especially since Disney has said there are many movies left in the pipeline so far.