Fact or Fiction: Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a sprawling film franchise with tons of superhero characters who are featured in a wide variety of movies. Marvel Studios’ Avengers films have changed the way we watch movies. The idea of crossing over between films isn’t unique, but it has never been done on this scale before. Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios have opened the doors for the future of comic book movies by providing them with a blueprint that has been massively successful.
Since the Marvel movies are so popular, the cast of each movie does a ton of interviews where they share behind-the-scenes facts. There are also lots of behind-the-scene tidbits told to the public in articles. However, sometimes rumors that aren’t quite true start spreading about the Marvel movies. Sometimes, these rumors sound so real it’s hard to believe that they’re made up.
Can you tell which of these Marvel movie facts are real and which are not real?
Marvel Cinematic Universe movies
Marvel Cinematic Universe movies are comic book films starring Marvel superheroes that all live in the same universe, which allows them to be used in any film at any time. The idea worked out so well after The Avengers became such a big hit. After that film, it became easier to create these stories that allowed for characters to jump between films without missing a beat.
After Avengers: Endgame was released, the Marvel Cinematic Universe felt as if it was coming to an end. But because it was built to last forever, they can continue making more Marvel films and insert new characters into this world until the end of time.