the chart is up-to-date, all of the films, Phase 4, and the Disney series+ includes

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The shift from ” Black Widow meaning has also an additional waiting time for the start of Phase 4 of the MCU, he would have been in may, with the output of the film with Scarlett Johansson. In the meantime, for those who want to stay on with the plans of Kevin Feige, it appeared in the network a convenient chart shows, all phases of the MCU.

From the now historic Iron Man Jon Favreau, the film has the way in the world of the most successful in the last years, in the first Chapter of the Avengers Director: Joss Whedon, Phase 1, the origin sought prior to the formation of the Avengers consisting of Captain America, the Hulk, Thor, black widow, hawkeye, and the same “Iron Man”.

The Phase 2 also consists of six films, the highlight of which (in relation to the main plot) with the conflict between the Avengers and Ultron, saw, instead of l’debut of the Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant-Man, figures from Marvel at the time little-known, but immediately to the heart of the fans of the MCU.

Captain America: Civil War then, given that the cycle is largest and most important of the entire saga: in addition to the introduction of the current pillars of the MCU as Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Black Panther and Captain Marvelin fact, the Phase 3 in the cinema the apotheosis of crossover with Avengers: Infinity Was and Avengers: Endgamethe latter the highest break-even result in the history of cinema.

And here we have arrived so, step 4: with a total of 14 titles (6 film and 8 TV-series badged Disney+) on arrival in just a few years, of Black Widow and The Eternal the show dedicated to Loki and Hawkeye. It is the date of issue of the new entry is not yet been made known, Mrs. Marvel Moon Knight and She-Hulkbut in terms of the announcement of last summer, it seems that they, too, are part of Phase 4 of the MCU.

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