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There are a lot of different ways to enjoy the Marvel Cinematic Universe (or MCU). You can sample the universe with its cast of main characters (as seen in The Avengers); you can take in the O.G. superhero romp with X-Men, or you can spend hours picking between which Spiderman will best entertain you (for those counting, we’re up to three different Spidermen now).

What I’m proposing, however, is entirely different: watching every MCU film based on the order of when it was set, rather than the order of its release. I’m calling it the Infinity Order, in reference to the upcoming two-part finale to the MCU, Avengers: Infinity War.

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Which film do you think made more money at the box office: Spider-Man 3 or Batman (1989)? The original Superman or Captain America: Civil War? Here is a list of every DC and Marvel comic-based film released in cinemas*, ranked by their global box office takings.

(There's also videos of either trailers or scenes from each film, in case you need to jog your memory).

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Which film do you think made more money at the box office: Spider-Man 3 or Batman (1989)? The original Superman or Captain America: Civil War? Here is a list of every DC and Marvel comic-based film released in cinemas*, ranked by their global box office takings.

(There's also videos of either trailers or scenes from each film, in case you need to jog your memory).

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Legion isn't going to make people believe in heroes, because it's not a show about being super. It's a complex, twisted look at a man who struggles with feeling powerless, even as he discovers he's the strongest mutant in the world. But, that might make it one of the most powerfully entertaining shows on television.