Here at Inside the Magic, we like to think we know a thing or two about the best order to watch the in. We recently shared a post about how to chronologically watch every from all the way to Spider-Man: Far From Home.
However, one by . has taken this to the extreme by giving precise details including timestamps for each on how to watch the
Youtuber and and worked the precise chronological order. fanatic Tony Goldmark has rewatched every single in the
He painstakingly went through each by to work out exactly what order the events take place in. Of course, actually watching the movies like this is borderline impossible (even with a subscription), as you’ll be irritatingly swapping between movies with an incredible frequency.
Check out Tony’s precise viewing order below;
(Warning bad language – viewer discretion is advised)
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
— what if a sandwich could make YOU? (@tonygoldmark) May 27, 2020
The ‘s broken down by
The tweet quickly went viral and Goldmark was ravaged by questions. How did he account for time ? What about the cross-cutting sequence in : The Dark World, they asked.
He also wanted to make clear that this insane was not for the casual viewer, and was only meant to be enjoyed by an ‘ ‘.
‘Armed with a subscription and a sudden surplus of free time, my goal was to list the exact order (or at least AN exact order) of when every from every takes place within the MCU chronology’ Goldman explained in a blog post.
It’s also worth noting that his list only includes each but excludes the wider . The Netflix shows and other tv series like haven’t been included. shorts and deleted scenes were also omitted.
The ‘s as one huge
Typically, after Goldman made clear that his movies is impossible to watch, a Twitter user accepted the challenge. Take a look; by breakdown of the
You absolute madman.
WELP I know what Im doing tonight pic.twitter.com/8oWG6OsnaP
— Tim Leftwich (@timleftwich) May 27, 2020
We’ll have to keep you posted on whether the universe. get condensed into one super . All we know is that Goldman is a who could give a run for his money in terms of his ambition and dedication to the
He’s the one true for giving us what we never knew we needed; a way to watch the MCU as one huge
As a reminder, here is every in chronological order;
- (2008, Jon Favreau)
- The (2008, Louis Leterrier)
- 2 (2010, Jon Favreau)
- (2011, Kenneth Branagh)
- The : (2011, Joe Johnston)
- The Avengers (2012, Joss Whedon)
- 3 (2013, Shane Black)
- The Dark World (2013, Alan Taylor)
- The (2014, Anthony and Joe Russo)
- Guardians of the (2014, James Gunn)
- Avengers Age of (2015, Joss Whedon)
- Ant-Man (2015, Peyton Reed)
- : Civil War (2016, Anthony and Joe Russo)
- (2016, Scott Derrickson)
- Guardians of the . 2 (2017, James Gunn)
- Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017, Jon Watts)
- : (2017, Taika Waititi)
- (2018, Ryan Coogler)
- Avengers: (2018, Anthony and Joe Russo)
- and the Wasp (2018, Peyton Reed)
- (2019, Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck)
- Avengers: (2019, Anthony and Joe Russo)
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019, Jon Watts)
- () (2020, Cate Shortland)
What do you think of this‘s efforts to create an ? Would you watch one massive ? Let us know in the comments below.