Every year Marvel Studioís Cinematic Universe is getting bigger and bigger. The studio has released at least one film every year since 2008, and just last year capped off their Phase One plans with The Avengers. But as any franchise gets bigger it becomes harder and harder for people to get into. Thatís why Iím here to help.
Back in 2008, Marvel Studios began one of the most ambitious projects ever conceived in the medium of film. The plan was to create and release individual movies about Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor and Captain America and then bring them all together for a team-up film called The Avengers.
In 2008, Marvel Studios embarked on an incredibly ambitious project. Starting with Iron Man, the company began releasing a series of superhero movies based on their own properties that would eventually be tied together in the team-up movie The Avengers in 2012. The drawback, however, is that not everyone in the world is as obsessed with the characters as their key fanbase and while the films do cater to a wide audience...
With characters dating back to 1939, and decades of mythology and history, itís pretty much an impossible task for Marvel Studios to explain every little detail in their films. If they did, the movies would be three hours long and one of the hours would be nothing but exposition.
Iron Man 2 does commit itself to Marvel's Avenger plans with major subplots and character inclusions but some may