Marvel Studios Celebrates The Movies

Marvel Studios Celebrates The Movies

The world may change and evolve, but the one thing that will never change: we’re all part of one big family.

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42 Responses

  1. Specular says:

    Marvel is making up for the lack of content during covid by giving us 4 movies a year

    • Ha Duc Pham says:

      It’s hard to trust a company that brings Black Widow with more than a year delay and skipped that year when we needed the content more than ever. Sadly was all about money

    • alexubel says:

      flus @Edward Braddack The theaters are as safe now as they have ever been. Don’t people bitching about going during the flu season. Packed in like sardines, risking catching something that is more deadly than Covid-19. All the pandemic did was move up the time table for studios to start undercutting the theater industry, thus stripping of any bargaining power they once held.

    • alexubel says:

      @Q C Those aren’t Marvel movies, nor are any of them tied to the MCU.

    • Jairo Matias says:

      I still consider Black Widow and Eternals as 2020 movies

    • iisylilia says:

      yes

  2. ToastedShoes says:

    Disney: How many Marvel films are you gonna make?

    Marvel studios: Yes

  3. Vito C says:

    I was 13 years old when Iron Man 1 was released in 2008. I’m turning 27 this year; we grew up with these films

    • Lenell Fisher Jr says:

      @Name Exactly, I started watching somewhere around Ant-Man or Avengers: Age of Ultron

    • Name says:

      @Lenell Fisher Jr yea I think my first one was A:AOU and me and my dad went to the midnight premiere it was amazing and I knew I wanted to watch every signal one of them since

    • Nayan Wagh says:

      @Cristina Lara me too! 😄 We grew up watching this awesome’s

    • Marshall Jackson says:

      I just turned 26, but instead of calling it “growing up with these films”, I’d rather say this movies kept the child in me young.
      One day when I am 90, I will still remember Stan Lee, Kevin Feige, Rober Downey Jr, Chris Evans and everyone else <3 🙂

    • Blink6219 says:

      I was 8 when Iron Man came out and I’m now 21

  4. djseifer says:

    That Stan Lee speech is something wonderful. Marvel just knows how to tug at our heartstrings.

  5. Tiffany Barnes says:

    Wakanda Forever is just going to be me sobbing intermittently, I know it.

  6. Arkadeep Sinha says:

    Mad respect to Kevin Fiege for consolidating such a universe so well in cinema. We have seen how bad producers can screw things up. But Kevin has always been three steps ahead.

    • Ashish Vaish says:

      Marvel surely is the best movie creator on this planet

    • Beta Collector 93 says:

      And it’s funny how a lot of people and other movie companies thought that Marvel movies would not amount to anything, and yet the MCU has become very popular worldwide and is the most financially successful franchise of all time.

    • Yusuff says:

      @Brady Rose One quantum machine ahead

    • thelco1 says:

      Yea, I agree. The MCU isn’t perfect, and it’s had it’s moments of dumb decisions, but overall it has been quite an incredible journey in true Cinema magic. And that comes from the amazing characters they have built from it and their rich stories that all connect seamlessly into one big heartfelt piece.

    • thelco1 says:

      @Beta Collector 93 With over 23 movies and growing to its name, probably the biggest franchise of all time, too.

  7. Risk Key Music says:

    When you think you’re unlucky, remember that you live in a time when we can see the best movies of MCU

  8. Lunar Wolf says:

    0:55 That “Wakanda Forever” just hits totally different now. R.I.P Chadwick Our King

  9. G Chris says:

    Its been hell of a ride since tony stark built an iron man suit from scraps

  10. Joey (Lucky Boy) Nato says:

    why am i crying. i should be excited, not crying.

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