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  1. Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline (Chronologically)'s icon

    Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline (Chronologically)

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. . [quote][b]Is ____ part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?[/b] There are a number of Marvel films that are not part of the MCU. These include everything that has been produced by Fox. So no, as good as it is, Logan is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s part of the [url=]X-Men Cinematic Universe Timeline[/url] Most of Sony’s Spider-Man films are also not part of this universe, with the exception of Spider-Man: Homecoming and all future films featuring Tom Holland. This is due to a deal between Sony and Marvel Studios to include the character as part of the more successful cinematic universe. Another question that comes up a lot is: could Venom be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? The answer, is no[/quote] [b][/b]
  2. X-Men Cinematic Universe Timeline (Chronologically)'s icon

    X-Men Cinematic Universe Timeline (Chronologically)

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. . [quote]The X-men cinematic universe timeline covers Fox’s Marvel universe as seen in the X-men films. This is the shared universe that includes the X-men films, Deadpool, and others. This timeline also does not co-exist with the [url=]Marvel Cinematic Universe[/url] also important to note that the continuity for this universe has also undergone a soft reboot. Starting with Days of Future Past, the creators rewrote the previous continuity, and subsequent films (such as Deadpool) exist in the second wave of the chronology.[/quote] [b][/b]
  3. DC Extended Universe Timeline (Chronologically)'s icon

    DC Extended Universe Timeline (Chronologically)

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. . [quote]The DC Extended Universe timeline is fairly new, but there are huge plans for the franchise that we’ll see unfold in the future. The films started with Man of Steel, though they do not include any previous films like the Dark Knight Trilogy. Batman v Superman was the second installment in the franchise, and continued with many more films to follow.[/quote] [b][/b]
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