What is the Marvel cinematic universe?

Oscar Herrera and Javier Guerra

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Most of us like Marvel movies and we usually get at least one new Marvel movie release every year. If you don’t know already, all of the Marvel movies are connected and take place in the same universe.

This cinematic universe catches the audience’s attention because of how interesting and exciting it is to see how these characters are in the same universe. It is even more exciting to see some characters in the same room. This is very important if you are trying to get an audience. To grow your audience, you have to stand out to catch their attention.

For example, spoiler alert, in the end of Captain America: The First Avenger, it is present day and Nick Fury wants Steve Rogers to assemble a team. This team would later be called The Avengers, which became a movie that included the famous Captain America, Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, Black Widow, and Hawkeye.

The movie Avengers: Infinity War, which opened to more than $250 million in the box office during its opening weekend, includes many characters from many different Marvel movies all in one movie. This movie is about how the original Avengers and other groups, like The Guardians of the Galaxy, unite to face off with Thanos, who is collecting all six Infinity Stones to achieve full power.

Infinity War is one of the big examples of how all of these Marvel movies take place in the same universe, the Marvel Cinematic Universe.