Top 3 Epic Trilogies That Defined MCU, Ranked by Fans
Marvel is known for its long character development.
Heroes and villains go through entire arcs in the movies that change the fate of mankind. And now, fans have decided to pick the best trilogies that have ever existed in the MCU.
The Spidey series starring Tobey Maguire was not yet part of the cinematic universe, and Andrew Garfield only managed to run in two movies, but Tom Holland completely turned the game around and became part of the Avengers.
This happened because Sony and Marvel got together and decided that they wanted to share heroes.
The Spider-Man trilogy is a perfect blend of action, humor, and heartfelt moments. Beginning with Homecoming, audiences witnessed Peter Parker's journey as he tried to balance his high school life with his responsibilities as a superhero.
The movie presents a fresh take on Spidey's adventures, avoiding repetitive moments like Uncle Ben's death. It also changes Mary Jane's character to make her more relevant to today's society.
Throughout the three films, Peter changes, grows up and faces loss. Unexpected twists, thrilling action, and hilarious humor have made the Spider-Man trilogy some of the most popular films in the MCU.
2. Iron Man
The trilogy that launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring Robert Downey Jr. as genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist Tony Stark. The first film established Downey Jr.'s performance as one of the most iconic in the superhero genre.
Subsequent movies delved deeper into Tony's character development and explored the consequences of his actions as Iron Man.
While the sequels didn't achieve the same level of popularity, it was the first film that kicked off a huge production that has now seen the release of more than 30 motion pictures.
1. Guardians of the Galaxy
James Gunn 's blockbusters offer a unique blend of comedy, music, and cosmic adventure. These films introduced a group of misfit heroes and took audiences on a wild ride through the cosmos.
With a diverse cast of characters including Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot, Guardians of the Galaxy offered a fresh and unconventional approach to the superhero genre.
Even though James Gunn fell out with Disney, that didn't stop him from making Volume 3, which went on to become one of the most critically acclaimed films in the entire MCU. The director managed not only to tell the story of Peter Quill, but also to immerse fans in the problems of Gamora and Nebula, and to reveal the tragic origin of the sharp-tongued Rocket Raccoon.