The new trailer "Spider-Man: Far From Home" gets Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in a world that needs new heroes after "Avengers: Endgame".

With 23 blockbuster movies and a count since 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has created a cosmos of big stars, from the Guardian of the Galaxy misfit crew to the high-profile African superhero of Black "Panther." Imagine a pop culture without these movies: Iron Man would not be a household name like Batman or Superman, Ultron would just sound like a bath cleaner, and surely nobody would know what the hell "I'm Groot" meant. [19659004] The latest attempt "Spider-Man: Far From Home" (officially opened on Tuesday) is the second solo adventure for Tom Holland's youthful Web-Slinger, but how does it fit into this seemingly endless superhero saga? Here's the final one Ranking of all previous Marvel films:

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Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) get flirty in "Iron Man 2". (Photo: INDUSTRIAL LIGHT & MAGIC / MARVEL)

23. & # 39; Iron Man 2 & # 39; (2010)

Let's highlight the positives: The sequel was given to us by Scarlett Johansson's slender intelligence agent Black Widow and Don Cheadle in the armor of the war machine Everything else was a scattershot chaos as Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) grappled with the completely overpowering villain Whiplash (Mickey Rourke).

22 Hulk & # 39; (2008)

Before Edward Norton ended up starring in other films of Mark Ruffalo was replaced, he was as a scientist Bruce Banner while odd duck from the au arriving MCU. This mostly forgetful thing is meant to remind you that one day we still deserve a good solo Hulk movie.

21. & # 39; Iron Man 3 & # 39; (2013)

The results are only modest when Tony Stark grapples with PTSD, the criminally-held antagonist Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) and the gnarly villain Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce). The ThreeQuel has also proved that too many armored suits are a bad thing – hell, Gwyneth Paltrow gets one too.

Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) promote a rivalry between siblings in "Thor: The Dark World". (Photo: MARVEL)

20. & # 39; Thor: The Dark World & # 39; (2013)

Chris Hemsworth's Thunder God has a sequel that is a mix of well-known fantasy tropes when Thor and love interest Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) have to deal with a Dark Elf Infinity Stone. Tom Hiddleston's legendary trickster Loki is in good shape and the highlight of the film in every way.

A thunder god (Chris Hemsworth) comes to Earth to prove his worth "Thor." (Photo: ZADE ROSENTHAL / MARVEL)

19. & # 39; # 39 & Thor; (2011)

Not Marvel's biggest solo film, but certainly one that has some admirable swings. A quasi-family drama that drives Thor out of the realm of Asgard in fish-and-water fashion so that he is worthy of his mystical hammer Mjølnir.

18. & # 39; Avengers: Age of Ultron & # 39; (2015)

It is full of ensembles and the superteam mojo of the first "Avengers" is missing. Only when we see Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and his secret home will we get this great Joss Whedon Touch. Also: Bless James Spader's heart to be the smartest killer robot in the world.

17. & # 39; Captain Marvel & # 39; (2019)

Brie Larson's Space Warrior debuts in a nostalgia feast of the 1990s that is part of "Guardians of the Galaxy" and part of "Memento": Carol Danvers has to find out her own secret of human identity, while also a ward off foreign threat to the earth. Larson is fine, but you'll really love the sweet relationship between the younger Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and the cat Goose.

Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) and Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) appear as partners in "Ant-Man and the Wasp". (Photo: MARVEL STUDIOS)

16. "Ant-Man and the Wasp" (2018)

In the satisfactory continuation of all aspects are doubled that make the original "Ant-Man" with a large (or small, depending on how you look at it) Addendum: Evangeline Lilly debuts with wings and awe-inspiring rough-and-tumble wasp on an adventure that leads his reshuffle heroes from San Francisco into the quantum realm.

Thor (Chris Hemsworth, left) and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) join forces in "Thor: Ragnarok." (Photo: MARVEL) [19659009] 15. "Thor: Ragnarok" (2017)

Thor and H ulk make a dynamic duo in the best "Thor" solo movie (and funniest Marvel project), and everything with the two is magical. Too bad that the larger narrative with the hostile takeover by the goddess of death Hela (Cate Blanchett) puts the various gimmicks in the background.

Benedict Cumberbatch brought magic into the wonder world with "Doctor Strange. " (Photo: MARVEL)

14th Doctor Strange (2016)

Benedict Cumberbatch gets a fantastically strange and trippy introduction to the MCU as Wizarding Wizard, who from a rich idiot to a humble hero, it's one magical version of the origin of Iron Man and some gags are cocky, but the magic and effects of filmmaking are second to none.

Scott Lang (Paul Rudd). steals a suit that changes his life in "Ant-Man" (Photo: ZADE ROSENTHAL / MARVEL)

13. & # 39; Ant-Man & # 39; (2015)

The predatory comedy with a super shrinking guy was a bigger risk than "Guardians of the Galaxy". However, Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly are great together, and Marvel has given us something we have not seen before: a hero who is also an ex-cheater.

MJ (Zendaya) gets a ride with Spider-Man (Tom Holland) in "Spider-Man: Far From Home." (Photo: JOJO WHILDEN)

12. & # 39; spider-man: Far From Home & # 39;

The love of puppies and summer vacations are great when the Dutchman Peter Parker goes on a European vacation to engage with his crush of MJ (Zendaya), instead becoming involved in a couple of international incidents. High school high jinks provide lightheartedness, while Jake Gyllenhaal causes a stir as an enigmatic Mysterio.

11th & # 39; Iron Man & # 39; (2008)

The Beginning, The Beginning, The OG. A crew of Avengers was probably still a fantasy for fans and most of Hollywood when Robert Downey Jr. put on the Iron Man suit for the first time, but from the start Tony Stark gave with his unmistakable boasting, attitude and humble Set the tone for everything that should come.

10. Sp Spider-Man: Homecoming & # 39; (2017)

Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does everything a spider can – and if you are the newest version of the adolescent hero, you'll also be dealing with balancing out-of-school activities. Saving a date for the great homecoming dance, try to impress Tony Stark and fight the vulture in an epic adventure for young adults.

Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) supports his comrade in "Captain America: The First Avenger." (Photo: JAY MAIDMENT)

9. & # 39; Captain America: The First Avenger & # 39; (2011)

Marvel captured the genesis of Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), the little guy whose heart was bigger than his biceps, until he was pumped up by a super-soldier serum. It offered a great World War II aesthetic, an adventure with two fists, and a moral code that created an interesting thread for his next two films.

2 & # 39; (2017)

They had us in "Kurt Russell plays a living planet." The sauce is everything else : The adorable baby Groot dances in the middle of a space battle, Dave Bautista's Drax is the buff, oddball voice of reason, and Michael Rooker's space outlaw Yondu steals the show.

Thanos (Josh Brolin) smashes superheroes and grabs Couple of Infinity Stones in "Avengers: Infinity War." (Photo: MARVEL STUDIOS)

7th "Avengers: Infinity War" (2018)

The third "Avengers" movie is the nocturnal Superhero-style buffet, where a lot of people gather to see Thanos, a guy, d he wants to destroy half of the universe, to ward off. It's all pretty yummy, with great one-liners, a story in which good people make some bad decisions, and an amazing cliffhanger you'll hate to hate.

Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) and T & # 39; Challa / Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) see Wakanda's future in "Black Panther "not at eye level. (Photo: MATT KENNEDY)

6. & # 39; Black Panther & # 39; (2018)

From hanging in Oakland in the 1990s to flying through the futuristic Africa of the present, the first solo movie for Chadwick Bosemans warrior-king is a great journey with spectacular set pieces (including a chase through South Korea) breathless) and one almost perfect villain in Michael B. Jordans Erik Killmonger. Wakanda forever!

Marvel's A list was compiled for The Avengers. (Photo: MARVEL)

5. & # 39; The Avengers & # 39; (2012)

Joss Whedon's bulging ensemble has completely fulfilled his huge expectations. As the heroes who beat each other slowly get out of hand, the excitement is palpable and the hearts of the fans melt as hammers and shields fly as Iron Man, Cap and Thor meet.

4. & # 39; Captain America: Civil War & # 39; (2016)

Personal and political issues play a role as Cap picks his best friend (and a brainwashed assassin) against Iron Man and blows the Avengers' momentum. In addition, it has a great superhero fight and unforgettable intros for Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland).

Captain America (Chris Evans, left) leads a legion of superheroes in" Avengers: Endgame. " (Photo: MARVEL STUDIOS)

3. & # 39; Avengers: Endgame & # 39; 2019)

Marvel's Best Hits compilation is also a kind of secret handshake for long-term fans: three hours of rousing storytelling with the world's most powerful heroes, paying off everything that was previously associated with recalls and recalls Climate change will knock your socks off, though you'll need a few handkerchiefs to end the uplifting yet heartbreaking finale.

2. "Guardians of the Galaxy" (2014)

Fantastic melodies, one strange cast of characters that works inexplicably, and e a story in which you are dependent on the feelings of the young Peter Quill crying over his dying mother to the joy of adult Peter (Chris Pratt) explaining to new buddy Gamora (Zoe Saldana) Footloose (19459102). We are indeed Groot.

1. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" (2014)

Captain America's second solo film – and the best marvel jam of all – is more political than the superhero blockbuster and picks up on topical privacy issues, an enemy, which grows from within. and the military could be used in an ethically questionable way. Come for the up to date, stay for the cap that ruins a bunch of guys in an elevator.


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