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Top 5 Facts You Didn't Know About Marvel

Do you think you know the Marvel Cinematic Universe inside and out? Now with 22 years of history, there are too many little things to remember even for the biggest super-fan.

With that in mind, we’ve gathered some of the funniest facts from the Marvel movie, from the casting to some blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Easter eggs. And to see how the different movies stack up, we’re ranking some Marvel movies, from worst reviews to best.

1. The war rhinos in Black Panther were played by really big horses.

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You’ll probably remember that the battle scene at the climax of Black Panther features several armored rhinos, ridden by members of Wakanda’s Border tribe, including Daniel Kaluuya’s Wakabi. But contrary to what you might have thought.

these tough-skinned warriors aren’t made entirely out of CGI. According to VFX Voice comments from Associate Visual Effects Supervisor Todd Sheridan Perry, some battle rhinos were actually played by Clysdale horses, such as those from the famous holiday-themed beer commercial.

2. EVANGELINE Lilly and Paul Rudd shot Endgame and Ant-Man and the Wasp at the same time.

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It was not easy for anyone. Marvel’s release schedule is so bloated that they have to film multiple projects at the same time, which also means maintaining a sense of continuity between films,

all while adding dozens of characters and multiple stories. During Ant-Man and the Wasp, Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd were often taken away to shoot scenes for Endgame.

Ant-Man director Peyton Reid said the process gave him some headaches, but the Avengers-focused film eventually found ways to make sure that Rudd and Lily were available to, you know, star in the movie in which they starred. Was doing.

3. ROGUE from the X-Men debuted as an Avengers villain

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One of the most infamous moments in Avengers history is the deeply misguided story of Miss Marvel being mind-controlled and pregnant by a time-traveller from another dimension. Naturally, many were outraged by the story, including former Ms.

Marvel writer Chris Claremont. Claremont wrote a rebuttal in Avengers Annual #10, during which the Avengers kicked their butts and Ms. Marvel told them.

Claremont needed a new villain to deliver the message appropriately, however, so he created one: the mutant Rogue, whom he later turned into one of the X-Men’s most famous members.

4. THE Character Was Originally Called Mr. Strange

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Stan Lee revealed in several interviews that the Sorcerer Supreme was originally called Mr. However, with concerns that the name was too similar to Mr.

Fantastic of the Fantastic Four Stan Lee and Steve Ditko decided to call him Doctor Strange. A slightly complicated matter was that there was previously a villain named Dr.

Strange who appeared in an issue of The Amazing Spider-Man. To appease Marvel, Lee and Ditko decide to abbreviate “Doctor” instead to distinguish him from the villain.

5. HER Age

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One reason it is difficult to know the actual age of Black Widow is because she has been involved in the time travel efforts described in the previous entry. Another is that she has taken a biochemical serum that has slowed down her aging process.

Natasha was born in Stalingrad when the city was part of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, an independent socialist state that existed from 1917 to 1922 before being absorbed into the USSR. In other words, she could very easily be more than a century old.

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1 The Scarlet Witch.
2 Doctor Strange.
3 Ant-Man.
4 Captain Marvel.
5 Thor. Image via Marvel Studios.
6 Shang-Chi. Image via Disney.
7 Hulk. Image via Marvel Studios.

1 Loki.
2 Darth Vader.
3 Tyler Durden.
4 Pennywise.
5 Maleficient.
6 Jack Torrance.