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Huge Marvel Nerd Puts EVERY MCU Movie Scene In Chronological Order

Thanos’ snap at the end of Avengers: Infinity War further muddied the waters, as five years passed during Avengers: Endgame, but only for those who weren’t erased.

The Avengers jumping back to different points in the timeline during Endgame didn’t help either, creating multiple new timelines and altering old ones. 

However, just because the MCU timeline is complicated doesn’t mean fans haven’t tried to figure it out. Marvel fan timeline charts have become especially popular in recent years, as the timeline has grown increasingly complicated.

One Fanboy Did a Perfect Chronological Order

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The latest attempt at deciphering the MCU timeline is more comprehensive than most, as YouTube and podcast host Tony Goldmark went so far as to separate the movies out by scenes and sometimes chunks that take place in the same time window.

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Some movies contain several different points in the timeline, such as Thor, which takes up an impressive nine entries. Only one, Spider-Man: Far From Home, has its entire movie taking place at one time.

It’s also the very last entry on the list, which is made up of 1110 scenes total. However, Goldmark later offered an edit to the original list, expanding it to 118 entries to account for those confusing time scenes in Avengers: Endgame. Check out the full list, as well as Goldmark’s explanation for it, below:

Just Enjoy It OK?

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Goldmark’s point about the list only being for superfans is a good one. The MCU is the most massive franchise currently out there, composed of countless characters and storylines.

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A fan checking out Marvel movies for the first time, or even just one who’s a casual fan, would likely be confused by trying to watch the MCU in this order. It’s also worth noting that doing so would be incredibly time consuming, requiring over 100 switches between movies and keeping meticulous track of time stamps.

Though the chronological timeline is very cool to look at, it’s probably best to watch the films in their intended order OK?

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