We’re in the endgame now, and the long-awaited arrival of Avengers: Endgame in theatres today has had us at io9 looking back on over a decade of Marvel Studios movies. We’ve already discussed our favourite moments from the films—but the MCU has become about so much more than the movies. It’s about the experience itself!
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Google’s getting in on the fervor around Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame — the extra big, extra ‘splodey culmination of Marvel’s cinematic universe over the last decade or so — with a fun little Easter egg.
If you’ve managed to never get sucked into the Marvel cinematic universe, you’re almost in the clear: the final film in this series, Avengers: Endgame, is being released April 25. Then it’s all over! But why deny yourself? Here’s where you can stream all the previous films in the franchise to get yourself hyped up, or at least see what all the fuss is about.
Marvel's end of the world party and penultimate (currently-announced) Avengers film, Infinity War arrived in cinemas last weekend and will probably break every cinema record ever. Under normal circumstances, a new MCU flick requires you to shut yourself off from the world until you can blindly stumble your way into a cinema, lest someone spoil all the good stuff and those post-credits scenes. But normal circumstances be damned! You want to know what happens! So let's find out.
Take note: What follows is obviously spoiler-territory, space cowboys.
There have been 18 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, stretching all the way back to 2008's Iron Man. The all-consuming Marvel juggernaut begins to reach its conclusion with Infinity War, which sees a big, bald purple man take on basically every single actor in Hollywood for control of the universe. If you can't remember everything that's happened up to this point - this graphic is the perfect way to remind yourself.