As someone who covers films like these every day, I wonder how hard these are to track for someone else. If someone were trying to jump into Marvel films now, would they be able to just watch Avengers: Age of Ultron and still fully understand all the noise? Well, no. With the way these Marvel phases are built, and how tightly wound they are within one another, you’d have to start at the beginning. Luckily AMC and Regal Theaters have got you covered.
If you stack all of the Marvel films of Phase One & Two, you get 11 films totaling 29 hours in total. If you were somehow inclined to watch it all at once before the midnight premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron, starting with Iron Man and including The Incredible Hulk, you’d watch from 6PM Wednesday April 29th, to about 10PM April 30th. Tickets are $65 dollars a piece, so does anyone want to try this?
I’d be willing to myself if enough people want to read about the experience.[via /Film]
6:00pm IRON MAN
8:25pm THE INCREDIBLE HULK
10:35pm IRON MAN 2
3:10am CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER
5:30am THE AVENGERS
8:48am IRON MAN 3
11:15am THOR: THE DARK WORLD
1:45pm CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER
4:20pm GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
7:00pm AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON (3D)