If you only want to see the essential movies for Avengers: Endgame, we’ve created a helpful cheat sheet here. But if you’re looking to bask in the full glory of the MCU, we’ve compiled a complete guide for streaming every single movie—with the noted exception of Captain Marvel, which is not yet available and will be the first Marvel movie on Disney+—and we’ve broken it down by the various Marvel phases.
Thankfully, most of the more recent Marvel movies are available on Netflix. For anyone shelling out the $9-$16 monthly subscription cost, these Marvel hits will likely be the easiest of the MCU collection to access. Unfortunately, Marvel films have been slowly trickling away from Netflix in anticipation of Disney+ leaving us with only a few favorites to enjoy. You’ll also find one movie on Starz (Spider-Man: Homecoming) and one on Amazon Prime (Iron Man 2). For everything else, we’ve outlined your rental options and the cost associated with each one.
If you’re not already expecting Marvel to break your heart when Avengers: Endgame finally hits cinemas, then you’re kidding yourself. The directors behind the last two Avengers movies have repeated time and time again that they’re willing to shock audiences and do things that aren’t expected. In other words, even if Endgame does bring back many of the fallen heroes, and Thanos loses the fight as Doctor Strange predicted, it will all come at a price.
With that in mind, we’re used to seeing Endgame plot leaks online from people claiming to have seen a rough cut of the film, or with knowledge of the Endgame script. Some of those stories make a lot of sense, while others, like the one you’re about to see, are on the crazier side. Nevertheless, if this leak is accurate, we’re in for a world of pain. Before we proceed, I’ll give you the usual warning that, with two weeks to go until the premiere, potential spoilers
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