From the creation of the Infinity Stones to Thanos' impending invasion in Avengers: Infinity War, we put the events of the MCU into chronological order.
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Thanks for this video my four-year-old told me he likes Avengers. I know a little bit about maybe three characters. And that is from my childhood. Now I get to be a part of his childhood so I'm trying to get caught up. Thanks Again 🏋️
So 'The incredible Hulk' movie IS part of the universe after all? I think they should have made another hulk movie with both actors who played Hulk to fix the transition between actors.
I wanna know if i'm the only one bothered by this: the unexplained switch from Eric Bana to Ed Norton as the hulk actor.
It is somethig that NONE of the movies has explained, or did I miss something? Its just something that bugged me.
POSSIBLE EXPLANATION: What if Banner turns into Hulk so many times that his actual human appearance starts to change, that way the switch from Eric Bana to Ed Norton would have been alot better in my opinion, OR What if: a scene in an avengers movie where lets say Tony Stark or Nick Fury comments about how Banner looks different? and THEN he explaines WHY... at least its something! Now they just pretend like nothing happend. Why RDJ or Sam Jackson, well they both appeared in the Incredible hulk movie and both met with banner in said movie so they would know what he looked like before.
You've missed the part in 2012 when Stephen Strange(Dr. Strange) is learning the mystical arts during the battle in the mirror dimension with kaecillius at NYC where you will see the Avengers HQ spotted
I was under the impression that Thor, Iron Man 2, and the ending of Captain America took place all in the same week or something, in 2008. Which was ‘Fury’s Big Week’? Then the Avengers takes place not long after in like late-2008 or 2009.
So the order is ( correct me if Im Wrong Please!!)
1. Captain America: The First Avenger
2. Iron Man
3. Iron Man 2
4. The Incredible Hulk
6. Avengers Assemble
7. Iron Man 3
8. Thor: The Dark World
9. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
10. Guardians of the Galaxy
11. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
12. Avengers: Age of Ultron
14. Captain America: Civil War
15. Black Panther
16. Doctor Strange
17. Spider-Man: Homecoming
18. Thor: Ragnarok
19. Ant-Man and the Wasp
20. Avengers: Infinity War
21. Captain Marvel
fyi doctor strange's accident takes place at around 2009 we know this based on one of the accidents his "agent" gives him to treat which is a test pilot that broke his back on an experimental iron man suite made by hammer industry. that particular accident is shown during iron man's hearing in iron man 2 at the beginning of film as he hacks the screens and show how far away the countries of the world are from creating iron man suits. he shows the court a clip from hammer industry where a pilot in the iron man suit completely twists his back 180 degrees and hammer said that he survived the accident. it took doctor strange a long time (about 7 years) to recover from the accident, find kamar taj and become skilled enough to beat kacilious and dormamu
The Genius Who Invented Economics Blogging Reveals How He Got Everything Right And Whats Coming Next.
Bill McBride, Calculated Risk The economics blogosphere was invented in early 2005 by a retired technology executive in Southern California named Bill McBride.
Thank God for that, because his blog, Calculated Risk, has been an invaluable and influential read for numerous reasons.
For one thing, its always been right. In its early days, when we all started reading it, it was way ahead of the curve in terms of warning about the housing bubble, horrible bank lending practices, and generally the economic collapse. From his perch in Newport Beach, CA he could see first hand the people taking out loans worth 10x their income, filling their Inland Empire garages with Harleys and Boats that they obviously couldnt afford.
But unlike many other bloggers who made a name during the crisis, he didnt stick with the doom and gloom message. He started making arguments for a GDP rebound in 2009.
Then in February of this year, he made his most important call: He announced: The Housing Bottom Is Here . McBride had officially come full circle from his days warning of housing collapse. Today, 8 months later, the housing bottom is becoming general consensus.
In addition to being correct on the economy, Calculated Risk has imparted the internet with other good practices, such as dutifully charting out the data, and examining data in an impartial, apolitical, non-hysterical manner.