Marvel Phase 1: The Marvel Phase 1 is a series of American superhero movies that were produced by Marvel Studios. All of these movies were based on Marvel comic characters of the same most of the same name. All of these characters first appeared in the publication by Marvel Comics.

This phase started in the year 2008 with the release of Iron Man and ended in 2012 with Marvel Avengers. Here in this list, we are presenting you the information regarding the movies that fall under the category of Marvel Phase 1.

List of Marvel Phase 1

In the article below, you will get a list of Marvel Phase 1 movies along with some more related information about the movies mentioned in the list. Also, if you are planning to watch the Marvel Movies but are confused about where to start, then you should read about Marvel Movies in Order to Watch where you will get a lot of information about Marvel Movies.

Iron Man (2008)

The movie revolves around a brilliant businessman/industrialist named Tony Stark. Initially, in the Iron Man movie, Tony was seen kidnapped by an evil-minded terrorist organization. To get free from their trap, Tony decided to make an Iron suit using scrap metal present around him. His plan worked and he managed to escape from there.

Tony after returning home safely, decided to use all his resources so that he can make a perfect Iron Man suit and use it to fight evil.

Director Jon Favreau
Release Date May 2, 2008
Rating 7.8/10
Genre Action, Adventure, Science-fiction
Budget $140 Million
  • Domestic- $318,604,126
  • Worldwide-$585,366,247
Runtime 2Hour, 6Minutes
Distributor Paramount Pictures

The Incredible Hulk (2008)

The story of the movie The Incredible Hulk revolves around Dr. Bruce Banner. In the movie The Incredible Hulk, he is seen finding a cure for his condition in which he turns into a big green monster whenever he gets angry, Other than that, he is also running from the army as they wanted to capture him. Dr. Bruce finally managed to get a cure for his condition. However, everything changes when a new creature named The Abomination comes into his life.

Director Louis Leterrier
Release Date July 13, 2008
Rating 6.7/10
Genre Action, Adventure, Science-fiction
Budget $150,000,000
  • Domestic- $134,806,913
  • Worldwide-$264,770,996
Runtime 1Hour, 52Minutes
Distributor Universal Pictures

Iron Man 2 (2010)

The Iron Man 2 is set at a time when everyone knows about Tony Stark’s dual identity. In Iron Man 2, it is shown how Tony is being pressurized to share his Iran Man invention with the military. They wanted to use his invention for the betterment of the country.

However, Tony is not ready to share this technology as he knows what could happen if its lands in some evil hands. Tony is not ready to take any kind of risk that could end up being dangerous to mankind.

Director Jon Favreau
Release Date May 7, 2010
Rating 7/10
Genre Action, Adventure, Science-fiction
Budget $170-200 million
  • Domestic- $312,433,331
  • Worldwide-$623,933,331
Runtime 2Hour, 4Minutes
Distributor Paramount Pictures

Thor (2011)

The movie Thor revolves around a warrior Thor who is cast out of Asgard and supposed to live with humans on earth. Initially,  the behavior of Thor was very rude and arrogant, and also he was not really enjoying his life on earth but soon everything changed when he started working for the well-being of mankind.

Director Kenneth Branagh
Release Date May 6, 2011
Rating 7/10
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Budget $150 million
  • Domestic- $181,030,624
  • Worldwide-$449,326,618
Runtime 1Hour, 55Minutes
Distributor Paramount Pictures

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

The movie Captain America: The First Avenger revolves around a rejected military soldier named Steve Rogers. In the film, Rogers was seen living an average life until when he takes a dose of a “super-soldier serum”. Initially, he was quite happy with the powers he got as he was not fully aware of what could happen if his powers are not utilized properly. However, later, in the movie, Steve got to know that being Captain America comes with its own cons.

Director Joe Johnston
Release Date July 22, 2011
Rating 6.9/10
Genre Action, Adventure, Science-fiction
Budget $140-215.7 Million
  • Domestic- $176,654,505
  • Worldwide-$370,569,774
Runtime 2Hour, 4Minutes
Distributor Paramount Pictures

Marvel’s The Avengers (2012)

In the movie Marvel’s The Avengers, it is shown that in order to fight evil, all the mightiest heroes of the earth have to come on the same page. In The Avengers they are seen fighting against Loki and his team of aliens.

Loki is the adopted brother of none other than Thor. He is very determined to be the king of the Earth and is ready to do whatever it takes to fulfill his dream. However, it is not as easy as he thought it to be.  Seeing Loki and his army, Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, Thor, and Hawkeye decided to come together and restrict Loki from getting successful in his evil plan.

Director Joss Whedon
Release Date May 4, 2012
Rating 8.1/10
Genre Action, Adventure, Science-fiction
Budget $220,000,000
  • Domestic- $623,357,910
  • Worldwide-$1,528,812,988
Runtime 2Hour, 23Minutes
Distributor Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

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