There come fans, there are super-fans then there’s this Marvel fan who did something which every Avenger will be proud of. This worldwide lockdown has inspired different people to use it to enhance their creativity, and the fan we’re talking about has put down every Marvel movie in chronological order as per their scenes.
As we all know, the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe is a mess when it comes to maintaining a timeline. But this fan has made some things clear by aligning all the scenes in the chronological order.
Tony Goldmark who is now being crowned as an MCU Superfan, took to Twitter and wrote, “Well nerds, I f**kin’ did it. Took me a global pandemic and a damn quarantine, but I did it. I figured out the precise chronological order of all the MCU movies (so far) BY SCENE. I’m out of my Goddamn mind. You’re welcome.”
He also shared some caveats and wrote, “Obviously, this only covers the 23 MCU movies so far. No ABC or Netflix TV shows, no shorts, no deleted scenes. I only counted flashbacks when they could be easily isolated from their respective film’s ‘present.’”
The MCU movies fan further added, “There are a few instances where I allowed the movies some creative editing license (like the sequence in Thor: The Dark World when it keeps cutting back-and-forth, heist movie-style, between Thor planning with the Warriors Three, and then executing that plan). And admittedly a LOT of this is just my own personal headcanon conjecture, but I’ve double- and triple-checked my work here and to my knowledge, none of this is contradictory. Enjoy, people as insane as me!”
Well nerds, I fuckin' did it.
Took me a global pandemic and a damn quarantine, but I did it.
I figured out the precise chronological order of all the MCU movies (so far) BY SCENE.
I'm out of my Goddamn mind. You're welcome. pic.twitter.com/3VXjqk4kjQ
— beautiful internet weirdo (@tonygoldmark) May 27, 2020
Tony’s tweet has over 24K likes and around 7K retweets. A fan replied to his tweet, “So the time travel parts of Endgame still go in the Endgame and not with the parts of the movies they were jumping into?” to which he replied, “VERY good question…it depends. Like Smart Hulk says, they’re not undoing the past, they’re creating an all-new timeline, so for the MOST part, the time travel scenes should be watched with the rest of Endgame…with a few scant exceptions.”
He also said, “My rule was, I could only back up the Endgame time travel scenes into their proper ‘time’ in non-redundant instances where a full scene, with a proper beginning, middle and end, was completely unaffected by the future Avengers’ time-heist shenanigans. So, basically only three scenes: The first 2014-era scene between Gamora, Nebula and Thanos, up to the moment where Nebula’s synapses start f**king up, The Avengers telling Hulk to take the stairs, Hulk yelling ‘SO MANY STAIRS!’”