The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a specific timeline, or universe rather, of a specific group of characters. This is not to be confused with the entire Marvel franchise as a collective whole, for it excludes certain film series including X-Men and the Fantastic Four films. In total, there are twenty MCU films that have been released, starting with the first Iron Man which was released in 2008 and the most recent being Ant-Man and the Wasp from 2018 (Wikipedia). 2019 will see a number of different Marvel movies that will also be added to the collection.
The MCU has two basic types of movies: ones that are considered "collaboration" and include multiple superheroes and others are focused more on an individual. For example, the movie Doctor Strange is based on the origin story of how Stephen Strange came to be Doctor Strange, whereas the movie The Avengers includes a number of different characters. This also goes for the villains which have been introduced in the MCU. Some are specific to individual characters, others pose a threat to a number of different superheroes. Thanos is an example of a villain who is seen over the course of many different films and is a threat to the entire universe.
What character is the known for being the guardian of the Time Stone?
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are six Infinity Stones which hold the most power in the universe. They were spread all throughout the galaxy, some disguised as other things either unintentionally or to deter villains from searching and collecting them. The most threatening villain of all, Thanos, had begun collecting the Infinity Stones so he could have the power to erase half of the beings in the universe. Each individual Infinity Stone holds a different ability but all are equally as powerful. For example, the Time Stone is able to manipulate all forms of time, even in places where time is irrelevant.
Who was the antagonist in the film Thor: Ragnarok?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a collection of superhero films which more or less all follow the same storyline. The main characters face new threats, old threats, or even go against each other as the franchise continues on. Sometimes the Marvel movies are focused solely on the Avengers team and their associations with the secret government agency S.H.I.E.L.D. Other times its these same characters and their battles and triumphs with their own personal agendas, for example in Thor: Ragnarok. In this film, Thor and his brother Loki team up to fight against a new threat that proved to be personal for both of them.
What group of aliens raised Peter Quill instead of giving him up to his father?
As it was mentioned previously, the Marvel Cinematic Universe includes films with both the Avengers themselves (and their own respective films), or a couple of others that were not initially included as "Avengers." Some examples of these characters include Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and of course the characters featured in the Guardians of the Galaxy. The first movie depicts how this group of unlikely heroes comes together as a group and end up defending the world from Thanos and Ronan (if only for a short while). All of them are different alien races, including Peter who is only half-human.
What is the name of Thor’s infamous hammer?
Thor is one of the main original Avengers and has been featured in a number of individual films as well as collaboration films with many other Marvel characters. He, like some of the other bigger characters including Iron Man and Captain America, has received substantial character development. When he was first introduced in the franchise, he was a bratty prince who had yet to learn the true value and responsibility of ruling Asgard. As a result, his father Odin had sentenced him to earth and made it so that he would only be able to wield his hammer when he became worthy.
What Infinity Stone helped bring Vision to “life”?
As it was mentioned earlier in this quiz, there are a total of six Infinity Stones present in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The stones seen in the films include the Space Stone, the Mind Stone, the Reality Stone, the Power Stone, the Time Stone, and the Soul Stone. Again, as it was mentioned above each of these individual stones each serves their own unique purpose, which in the case means they all have different powers. For example the Reality Stone was seen in the film Thor: The Dark World, where it is a fiber of "reality" before the universe was created and has the ability to turn anything into dark matter.
Which of the original Avengers has children?
The original Avengers consist of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and the Hulk. They were the first superheroes in the franchise to defend earth from an alien threat, and it was this group of individuals who made the government realize that there are threats beyond the planet they live on and that these threats know earth exists. For the first few films, these character's personal lives aren't necessarily divulged upon because they were too preoccupied protecting the earth from either human villains or other alien villains. It wasn't until more individual films started to come out that the audience learned their origin stories.
What two original Avengers were not present at the airport scene in Civil War?
As it was mentioned previously in this quiz, the original six Avengers were the center focus of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It wasn't until the most recent years that other characters started to become introduced, and these characters were separated from the rest of the Avengers ensemble. For the most part, the original Avengers all stick together and fight and protect the earth from impending threats. However, there was this specific incident in which not all of the characters were together. What makes this situation even more unique was the fact that they were battling against each other for a change.
What is the name of the secret country that the Black Panther rules?
As it was mentioned previously, the Marvel Cinematic Universe includes a vast number of characters, all of which are included in the most recent film, Avengers: Infinity War. This character is known as Black Panther and he was included in a previous collaboration film with some of the Avengers as well as his own individual film. His individual film begins with his returning to his home country where he is to be crowned the next king and the next Black Panther. Following the tradition of proving his strength, T'Challa's status is threatened once more by an unknown relative who challenges to take the throne.
In Doctor Strange, what is the name of the dimension where the characters can practice the Mystical Arts?
Doctor Strange is another one of those individual films that was introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the last several years. Doctor Strange has also been included in several other Avengers films, including a brief appearance in Thor: Ragnarok. In his own individual film it includes his origin story and how he actually became Doctor Strange. Originally, he was a highly skilled surgeon who was a bit over confident in his job. However, following an accident he loses his ability to use his hands, thus he turns to the mystic arts. From there, he finds his true calling in protecting one of the Infinity Stones.
What does Black Widow see in her hallucination in Age of Ultron?
Black Widow is part of the original Avengers cast, where she was the only female for a very long time. Again, like some of the other characters, not much was told about her history or how she came to be an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. The audience gets a glimpse of her true past during the film Avengers: Age of Ultron when one of the newer characters at the time gave her a hallucination to hinder her from being able to fight back. Unlike some of the other characters, Black Widow's hallucination was really a glimpse into her past, one that clearly still affected her as an adult.
Who is the one that recruited Bruce Banner to be part of the Avengers?
In the first collaboration film with the six original Avengers characters, most of them were off doing their own thing or not really interested in joining a secret government association such as S.H.I.E.L.D. Dr. Bruce Banner, in particular, expressed his disinterest in the matter, being that he was learning to control his other half, and didn't want to have an accident. However, the agent sent to recruit him wasn't leaving without him, so she assured him that nothing would go wrong. Later he learned the aircraft they were on had a containment unit specifically designed to get the Hulk off the ship if need be,
What is Heimdall known for?
For those who are not familiar with this Marvel Cinematic Universe character, he is an Asgardian who has been featured mostly in the individual Thor films. Although only merely a secondary character, Heimdall plays an important role on the alien planet,especially because he guards the Bifrost Bridge from any potential threats on Asgard. Throughout the films its apparent that he and Thor have a pretty good relationship, especially when Thor would often inquire about Jane and her well being when the Bifrost Bridge was no longer in use. With Hela's return, Heimdall used his quick thinking to make sure she wouldn't be able to access it's power.
What species was Loki born as?
Loki is another character that is most known for his associations with Thor. Although he's featured in all of the individual Thor movies, he's also been in several of the Avengers collaboration films. For example, it was in the movie The Avengers in which Loki is first introduced as a villainous character. He arrived on earth in search of the Tesseract, where he desired to take over earth and be it's ruler. Throughout the course of the films the audience learn he truly is the God of Mischief, where he is constantly betraying Thor to get what he wants.
What is Bucky Barnes’ alter ego?
Bucky Barnes is a character most known for his allegiance to Captain America, or as he knows him, Steve Rogers. The two of them were childhood best friends who formed a bond long before either of them were superheroes. Bucky Barnes was the first of the group to enlist in the army, where Steve could never manage to make it past evaluation because of his small figure and medical history. However, after being drafted into the Super Soldier Program, the boys cross paths again when Steve learns that Bucky's platoon has gone missing. The two work side by side once more until an accident leaves Bucky to be experimented on by HYDRA,
Who was responsible for recruiting Spider-Man in the film Captain America: Civil War?
As it was mentioned previously in this quiz, the original Avengers include Black Widow, Hulk, Hawkeye, Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor. This does not mean no other superheroes crossed their paths or worked with them. In fact, it was later in the franchise that some of the original characters "left" the Avengers to pursue other things, leaving different characters to join. Scarlet Witch is one of these characters. At first, she was depicted as a villain mostly because she was seeking revenge against Iron Man because of what happened to her family. Afterwards she was able to see past it and found a new family.
What was the name of Wanda’s twin brother and what was his superpower?
As mentioned previously, Wanda Maximoff, otherwise known as the Scarlet Witch is one of the newer recruits on the Avengers team. She and her twin brother were first introduced in the movie Avengers: Age of Ultron as experiments of HYDRA. There had been many before them, but Wanda and her brother were the first successful experiments to adopt new superhuman abilities. Wanda's are some of the most powerful to have ever existed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She's able to manipulate both the mind and the matter all around her, and is even strong enough to break an Infinity Stone.
What is the name of the metal that derived from Wakanda?
Wakanda was a secret country that had been hidden from the world for a long time. It came into existence after an alien metal crashed down on earth and permanently changed the environment in that area. The film Black Panther explains the origin of T'Challa's people, where five colonies lived there, and one day a warrior ingested a plant that was altered by this metal. It gave him superhuman abilities, and from there the Black Panther was born. Additionally, the country of Wakanda used the strange alien metal to be able to develop technology far more advanced than the rest of the world.
Who was the villain in the movie Spider-Man: Homecoming?
Being that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a superhero franchise, there are super villains in almost every single film. In most cases these villains also share superhuman abilities which more or less makes it an "equal" fight. Other times the villains in a movie are really just one of the other characters that another doesn't get along with. The MCU is different because depending on each individual film, the characters have all faced different foes. In this case, Spider-Man battles a character that is not a threat to another Avenger, such as Black Widow or Hawkeye. Although there are some that pose a threat to all humanity.
Which of these characters is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
There is no denying there are a vast number of characters present in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With a total of twenty films released to date and several more set to release later this year, there has been many, many hours of screen time to introduce new characters and even more comic books to reference. Some of these characters have been reintroduced on a multiple occasions. For example, the character Spider-Man has been featured in three separate "timelines" or editions rather and played by three different actors. The most recent adaptation has been included in the MCU while the others are their own unique Marvel franchise.
What is the villain organization that Captain America had fought against?
As it was mentioned previously in this quiz, there are a number of villains and villain organizations that the superheroes face. Some of these superhero organizations are recurring throughout the franchise, even still existing decades after they were believed to have been dealt with. For example, back when Captain America first became an "Avenger" or at least superhuman, his fight was against an organization that he sacrificed his life over. Even after spending seventy years frozen, he awakened only to discover that it was still in operation even after all those years. Luckily he did not have to face them alone anymore.
What was Pepper Pott’s initial position at Stark Industries in the beginning of the franchise?
Pepper Potts and Tony Stark have been through quite a lot from the beginning of the franchise. Even after the two got together in a later film, their relationship definitely had its ups and downs, one of which caused a temporary separation between the two. Following the events of the New York attack when Tony had to bring a missile into outer space, he was greatly affected afterwards. His obsession with making more models of the suits put a strain on their relationship to the point that Pepper could no longer take it. Eventually the two get back together and were engaged to be married in the most recent film.
Which of the Avengers did Loki use his mind-controlling scepter on?
As it was previously mentioned earlier in this quiz, Loki was first introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a villainous character. This was to be expected being he is the God of Mischief after all. However, over time the audience learns more of his back story and it becomes clear why he is the way he is. Loki had grown up living in the shadow of his adoptive brother, Thor. This resulted in neglect from his father, which of course grew into a desire to have a planet to rule of his own. When he arrived in on earth that was his sole intent.
The Valkyrie are known as what?
Here is another question that pertains to a particular organization or group of unique characters. In this instance, the characters are notorious for their fighting abilities. The film Thor: Ragnarok introduces the last remaining member of this elite organization, where she had long forgotten her heroic past and had moved on to being a bounty hunter. This was due to the fact that she felt she doomed her fellow Valkyrie after they were unable to detain Thor's eldest sister Hela as she planned to conquer more than the nine realms. Luckily Thor was able to convince her to fight alongside him.
Where did the big battle in Avengers: Infinity War take place?
Avengers: Infinity War is the most recent collaboration Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Ant-Man and the Wasp was released shortly afterwards, but that movie is considered to be more of an individual story line and does not include a major bulk of Marvel characters. The Avengers: Infinity War movie brought together a number of Marvel characters that had previously not been in a crossover together. For example, characters came from the original Avengers films, Doctor Strange, and even the Guardian of the Galaxy franchise. Together they assembled to try and fight off a common threat, Thanos, but were left unsuccessful by the end.
Who designed Captain America’s shield?
For the most part, all of the superheroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe have something that is unique to them. This could be anything from their uniform or outfit of choice, to an object that they fight with or a personal momento. Obvious examples include Tony Stark and his infamous iron man suit. There has been multiple versions that he's created over the years, including a suit he made for a friend. The next most obvious would be Captain America and his shield, which was originally supposed to be a prototype but he liked its style. Another example was Thor and his hammer until his sister crushed it.
What is Killmonger’s relationship to T’Challa?
Erik Killmonger is a character who was introduced in the film Black Panther. Following the events of a previous film, T'Challa had returned to the country of Wakanda to take his place on the throne. He had not really come to terms with what the responsibility would be, although his father T'Chaka had prepared him over the years from when the day would come. As part of the Wakanda tradition, T'Challa accepted the challenge from a tribe leader who wanted to fight for the throne. He proved his worth when he was able to defeat this tribe leader, but even more when he spared his life.
Out of the six Infinity Stones, which was the final one that Thanos collected?
As it has been mentioned previously in this quiz, there is a total of six Infinity Stones in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, all of which have their own unique abilities. The stones include The Mind Stone, the Power Stone, the Reality Stone, the Time Stone, the Space Stone, and the Soul Stone. Together, the stones can be used to do something no person has ever been able to do before: erase half of the living being in the entire universe with the snap of a finger. Thanos had desired to collect all of the stones for this very reason, and was able to by the end of the recent film.
Who was responsible for ending the Chitauri attack on New York in the movie The Avengers?
As it has also been mentioned previously in this quiz, the Avengers team have fought against a number of foes, including alien armies that have arrived on earth. In the film The Avengers, earth experiences an unwanted wake up call: that there are other species beyond earth, highly sophisticated that is aware of earth's existence. Of course, the government agency S.H.I.E.L.D was well aware of such an existence being that one of their original Avengers was a God who did not come from earth. Luckily the team was able to come together and put a stop to the alien army that fell from the sky.
Who was the “newest” recruit to be a Guardian of the Galaxy?
Throughout the franchise, there are a number of new characters that are introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some of these only play a minor role in the entirety of the franchise, having only been present in one or two films in total. Other, however, such as this character, become permanent additions to the cast. In the second Guardians of the Galaxy film, the group are saved by a character that turns out to be Peter's birth father. He is accompanied by this character, who is an empath and is able to challenge as well as manipulate anyone's emotions with a single touch.
What is the name of the ruler of the Dark Dimension in Doctor Strange?
The ruler of the Dark Dimension is one of the antagonists in the film Doctor Strange. When Stephen first begins practicing the mystic arts, the Ancient One is hesitant to divulge all of the information to him. However, once he learns that an ex-student of hers breaks into the facility to steal a book that contains pages to contact this other villain. From there, Stephen learns just how many ancient threats exist in the world, and after this villain from the Dark Dimension begins to swallow the earth whole, Stephen figures out a way to defeat this antagonist using the Time Stone.
What is Happy Hogan’s profession in the MCU?
Happy Hogan is one of the seemingly ordinary secondary characters present in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is most known for his associations to Tony Stark, being that he is employed by the wealthy billionaire. Although one of Stark's employees, they definitely have more of a friendship based bond. When Happy's life is put in danger, Tony is visibly upset and stops at nothing to rescue him. When Tony begins to take Peter Parker under his wing, Happy is always the one who is going to pick him up and take him different places. He's also been seen checking in on him.
Who did Thor have to fight against on Planet Sakaar?
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe it is revealed that there are a number of different alien planets in addition to earth. The most known alien planet is of course Asgard, which is where Thor grew up and his father ruled for many years. However, throughout the films many others are included as well, including Ego, which was created by Peter's father who was a celestial. Xandar is another example of an alien planet that the Guardians of the Galaxy were on when Peter was trying to sell the orb. Titan is the home planet of Thanos and it is where is raised his adoptive children.
What is the name of this Marvel villain?
As it was mentioned previously in this quiz, there are a number of different antagonists that are introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Like many of the other characters in the franchise, some of the villains are only present in one individual film, others are constant threats throughout a number of different movies. This particular antagonist is unique because of the fact that he is an A.I, otherwise known as artificial intelligence. Created by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner, this villain began turning and thinking for himself, where he made plans to erase all of humanity from the planet earth.
Which character goes into a cryostasis sleep in the country of Wakanda?
As it has been mentioned previously this quiz, the country of Wakanda was kept hidden for many, many years thanks to a shield that keeps the city invisible. This of course made it the perfect location for a certain character, who was wanted at the time, to go back into a cryostasis sleep. The reason for this character to want to be put into cryo was the fact that a villain association had experimented on him to the point that a certain set of words would turn him into an alternative version of himself. In this state he would do almost anything the person asked.
What “object” was Loki obsessed with the most in the Marvel movies?
There are a number of different iconic objects that are featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some of these objects are heavily associated with a particular character, likely because it is a part of their ensemble. For example, Captain America's red, blue, and silver circle shield had become part of him. Same goes for bow and arrows, which was used by Hawkeye whenever they were in a fight. Other mystical objects are introduced as the franchise goes on, including things like Doctor Strange's Cloak of Levitation which also became part of his ensemble. Other objects hold significant power, which is why Loki was obsessed with this one in particular.
After Hela crushed Mjolnir, what is the name of Thor’s newest weapon?
As it was mentioned previously in this quiz, Hela is the eldest sibling to Loki and Thor, the first born child of Odin. It is revealed in the movie Thor: Ragnarok that Odin had locked her away because of her desire to conquer more than the nine realms, and she would do so at whatever cost. Unfortunately with his passing she was released, and returned immediately to reclaim what was rightfully hers: the throne of Asgard. Initially Thor and Loki believe they can defeat her right then and there, but when she crushed his hammer, Loki attempts to flee because he knows they will lose.
What is the name of the character who has had Infinity Stones and other relics in his possession?
There are many characters that are introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As mentioned before, some of these characters only serve one purpose in individual films, other can be seen throughout a multitude of movies. For example, Vulture was only a super villain who fought against Spider-Man and was only a threat in that particular movie. Other characters are featured in a series of films, such as the Avengers collaboration movies. Nick Fury would be a good example being he was the director of S.H.I.E.L.D and was responsible for many different secret operations with the Avengers squad. This character is also included in short scenes.
How did Black Widow learn to transform the Hulk back into Bruce Banner?
Black Widow and Bruce Banner are two of the six original Avengers, along with Captain America, Iron Man, Hawkeye and Thor. It becomes evident that Black Widow and Bruce Banner were forming some kind of romantic relationship, or at least there were hints both had some feelings for each other. This was seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron when Captain America notices how Bruce was looking at Natasha, and how she was looking at him. Unfortunately by the end of the film Hulk retreats on the jet and they're unable to track him, and he isn't seen until a few films later.
What character has a suit similar to Iron Man?
As it was mentioned previously in this quiz, Tony Stark had developed a number of different versions and models of the "Iron Man" suit for himself, as well as another character who worked for the government. The first ever "suit" was developed by Tony and a doctor while he was being held as a captive and it was his only means to escape. Afterward it became a sort of protective shield for him, and a way for him to challenge his energy and time into. At one point, it became a rough patch in his relationship with Pepper because he was so devoted to making the suits.
What was the name of the agreement the Avengers were being forced to adhere by in Civil War?
As in any superhero movie, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is no different: the heroes battle the villains and they usually end up leaving a big mess for the government to clean up. After several instances involving the Avengers team, a particular incident involving Scarlet Witch led to an agreement being drawn up which basically a "Superhuman Registration Act." In this agreement, each member of the Avengers team was being forced to sign that they would not be used to fight villains, only as a last resort. Of course this created a major divide in the group because some believed in it while others did not.