“All of the Marvel characters have flaws to them; all of them have a deep humanity to them.” Kevin Feige.

The MCU films are a series of American superhero movies produced by Marvel Studios, dependent on characters that show up in the publications by Marvel Comics. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the familiar universe where the entirety of the movies is set. The Marvel movies have been underway since 2007. In that time, Marvel Studios has created and delivered 23 movies, with at least 14 more in different phases of development. It is the most noteworthy earning film establishment ever, having netted more than $22.5 billion in the worldwide film industry. This incorporates Avengers: Endgame, which turned into the most noteworthy earning film ever upon its release. Kevin Feige has delivered each film in the series and Avi Arad for the initial two releases. Gale Anne Hurd and Jonathan Schwartz have also been the directors of several movies. Marvel Studios delivers its movies in groups called “Phases,” Their first film was Iron Man, released in the year 2008, which was distributed by Paramount Pictures. So we know that there have been almost 23 Marvel films released over the last decade. However still, there are few things that fans yet haven’t understood, so in an attempt for fans to get things clear, we at Animated Times have compiled a list of things that many fans don’t get about Marvel movies.

10. For example, did just, like…no one tell Scott what was going on in Infinity War?

 

9. Second question — Rhodey and Scott appear to have seen Hot Tub Time Machine, but…Sebastian Stan is in that movie. Did they not notice that Bucky was just casually in a movie?

 

8. How come Doctor Strange holds the Time Stone and not, you know…the Reality Stone?

 

7. How old is Wanda?? Steve calls her “just a kid” in Civil War, but two years later she’s holing up with Vision, and then from her timeline (skipping the five years of the Snap), it’s only a few weeks later that she goes to Westview, right? So…is she like 19?

 

6. Who is the fake Pietro? Just an actor Agnes found? Then why is he played by Evan Peters?

 

5. Why didn’t Fury ever call Carol before the very end of Infinity War?

 

4. How did Captain Marvel find Tony at the beginning of Endgame?

 

3. Did Bruce and Thor ever figure out what happened in Civil War?

 

2. If Steve went back to be with Peggy, it was in a different part of the multiverse (and thus a different Peggy). So how the hell did he end up back in Bucky and Sam’s universe at the end of Endgame without using the machine?

 

1. How are these two the same person???

So yes, these are the 10 Things That Fans Don’t Get About The Marvel Movies. Well, even I’m a bit confused with these questions that fans have asked The MCU?
What do you guys think? Which among these theories is your favorite, and will MCU ever gonna answer us? Let us know in the comment section down below… Until then, for more freshly brewed content, keep on reading Animated Times, the World’s Top Destination For Pop culture, Movie & TV Shows, and whatnot.

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