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Marvel_CompleteUniverse.jpg The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a shared universe created by Marvel Studios featuring its independently made films. All so far exist in the same universe, much like Marvel has done with their comics.

The universe eventually expanded to a series of short films, called Marvel One-Shots, included with each film's Blu-ray release starting with Thor and finishing with Thor: The Dark World.

The short films were eventually discontinued to favour different television series also existing in the same universe, that are currently in different stages of development.

The franchise takes place on Earth-199999, though throughout the franchise the planet is simply referred to as "Earth".

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  • So far, the released movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have grossed $8,515,169,987 worldwide.
  • The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the highest-grossing franchise of all time.
  • Due to financial difficulties Marvel faced in the past, they had to sell the film rights to several of their comic book characters. Some of these sales are still in effect today, and thus the characters cannot be used in the MCU.[1]
    • Due to Fox owning the rights to the X-Men franchise, the X-Men films take place in a different universe to the MCU. Fox also owns the rights to the Fantastic Four film franchises.
      • Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch fall under both companies rights, as they are mutants by origin but are heavily associated with The Avengers. Both companies have certain limitations however.
        • Fox cannot make any reference to the Twins' involvement with the Avengers.
        • Marvel cannot make any reference to the Twins being mutants, the children of Magneto, or their association with the X-Men..
    • Similarly Spider-Man's film rights are owned by Sony, and both the Sam Raimi series and The Amazing Spider-Man series were set separate from the MCU; although after the last movie in the latter franchise, a deal was made between the two companies, resulting in another reboot of the series, this time making it set in the MCU.[2]
      • The initial indication of an element of cooperation between Sony and Disney was when Sony gave permission for Disney to use the OsCorp Building for a background cameo in The Avengers, however due to budget and time constraints the idea was abandoned.[3]
        • Furthermore, Andrew Garfield, the actor who played Spider-Man in the Amazing Spider-Man series, had expressed interest in appearing in an Avengers sequel.
        • On February 10th 2015, it was announced that Sony and Disney had struck a deal for setting Spider-Man in the MCU. The character, played by Tom Holland, is set to make his first appearance in the MCU in Captain America: Civil War followed by the second reboot of the franchise, a solo film titled Spider-Man which is set to release in 2017. Additionally, it was announced that Sony would have full creative control over the character and the franchise whilst setting it in the MCU, allowing characters from other MCU properties to appear in it and vice-versa. Additionally, the planned spin-offs to the franchise by Sony are also reportedly in development.[4]
    • The cinematic rights to Namor lie with Marvel Studios currently but due to 'older contracts with other parties' it seems they cannot use them yet.[5]
    • The cinematic rights to Man-Thing used to lie with Lionsgate and thus he couldn't be used in the MCU at that time.
  • After the release of Iron Man, Marvel Studios made a deal to produce five further movies with Paramount Pictures - Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers and Iron Man 3.[6] In 2009, Disney purchased Marvel and gained the distribution rights to The Avengers and Iron Man 3.[7][8] In 2013, they gained the distribution rights to Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger to close the acquisition of Marvel.[9]The Incredible Hulk is the only MCU film not currently owned by Disney due to a separate agreement between Marvel and Universal Studios.[10]


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