The Marvel Cinematic U, which opens in theaters in May, is a complicated beast.
For one, there are two films in the MCU that aren’t technically part of it.
The first is a Marvel film, Avengers: Infinity War.
It’s a movie that has already been announced, and which stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen, Chris Pine, Jeremy Renner, Paul Bettany, Anthony Mackie, Anthony Hopkins, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Pom Klementieff, Samuel L. Jackson, and John C. Reilly.
The other is the sequel to The Avengers, which will open in theaters on May 3, 2019.
Marvel Studios, the studio that co-produced and directed both films, released a statement on Friday about the situation.
“Marvel Studios does not comment on speculation,” it said.
“The Marvel Cinematops team, however, is aware of the issue, and will continue to investigate.
As soon as we have more information, we will be sure to share it with you.”
What is the ‘Marvel Universe’?
The term refers to a number of different Marvel movies, including films that haven’t yet been officially announced or even officially released.
It also includes a series of comics and comic books from the Marvel Comics universe, as well as a television series, such as Agents of SHIELD.
There are also various TV shows, such of Daredevil and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., that have never been officially released, but have appeared on Netflix.
What is the official word on ‘Marvel’?
The first official mention of the word “Marvel” was in an interview with TV Guide in 2014, which described a universe that was “more grounded, more grounded in reality, more real, and more grounded than what you’ve seen before.”
The comic book publisher Marvel also has the title of “Marvel Universe,” which it describes as the “universe” of all its comics, books, and movies.
However, the Marvel Cinematics universe includes movies that are technically in the “Universe” and other films that aren`t.
Some of those films have not been officially confirmed by the studio.
How to spot a Marvel movie in the Marvel Universe?
One of the biggest challenges with trying to figure out which movie is in which universe is the fact that it’s difficult to tell if one movie is a part of the MCUs canon or not.
To that end, a movie may be in one of two different “universes” that are not officially part of “The Avengers,” “Thor,” or “The Incredible Hulk.”
That means you won’t be able to tell exactly which of the three movies are in the movie if you’ve only seen a single one, such that the “Marvel universe” movie is an example of one of those two universes.
This isn’t a problem if you’re looking to watch “The Punisher” on Netflix, for example, since the Punisher movie is part of both “The Defenders” and “The Uncanny Avengers.”
However, there’s no telling if “The Hulk” is part, or in fact, both, of the “Hulk” universe.
There’s also the issue of the different release dates.
Some movies released in 2019 may not be in theaters until 2020, but the film may also be released in 2018, 2019, or 2020.
This means that if you haven’t seen “Captain America: Civil War,” it’s possible that you may not know which of these movies are part of this universe.
What to do if you can’t find the “The Ultimate” Marvel Cinemagic movie?
In this case, you may be able try to find it by watching the films “Avengers: Infinity Wars,” “Agents of S,H,I.e.L., and Agents Of SHIELD” and finding a movie on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
If you’re trying to watch a “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie on one of the above streaming services, you’ll need to wait until the movie actually releases on July 7.
You can also check to see if the films are part or in part of one “Marvel Cinematopics universe” or another “university.”
If you can find one, go ahead and watch it.
But be warned: You may not always be able get it, especially if you know the name of the movie.
This is especially true if you watched the movie with a friend or family member.