Viewers love the marvel cinematic universe collection because of the interesting things, the actors, and the epic scenes. In addition, the marvel collection is also famous and known for its terrifying, horrifying, and disturbing moments at night. The MCU is often seen as lighter and more humorous than the DCEU. However, Marvel can get very scary? Even the Marvel comics, which have proven not only superheroes to save the world, fight to protect the peace. Sometimes they startle, frighten the audience with them. Everyone will have a different sense of scary moments in the Marvel 23 movie collection, including movies like spider-man, Iron-man, the avenger,… The Marvel collection movies of recent years are not afraid to change to the scary side.
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1. Norman Osborn’s “Pep Talks” in Spider-Man
Norman Osborn will the first name in The seven scariest moments that appear in the Marvel 23 movie collection, who is the overarching antagonist of Marvel’s Spider-Man and a minor character in its spin-off Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Norman is introduced in the first Spider-Man film (2002) as the scientist father of Harry Osborn, who is Peter Parker’s best friend. Norman is pressured to secure a government contract to save it from bankruptcy, he desperately tests an unstable performance-enhancement serum on himself, developing a split personality in addition to enhanced physical abilities. This new alternate personality later dubbed the “Green Goblin,” occasionally takes over Norman’s body to exact revenge on their enemies, using advanced military equipment developed by Oscorp; after becoming aware of his split personality, Norman fully embraces it and becomes a villain. He soon comes into conflict with Spider-Man, and eventually discovers that he is Peter, but accidentally kills himself while fighting him. Norman’s Green Goblin form appears posthumously in the sequels Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007), as a hallucination enticing Harry, who assumed Spider-Man killed his father, to take revenge on the hero. The character is one of the most iconic villains in the all marvel movie collection.
2. Tony Stark’s PTSD Attack in Iron Man 3
Tony Stark was the first hero to be introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe collection and thus the first to get three solo movies, but the ending of Iron Man 3 doesn’t make sense and completely ignores what turned Tony into Iron Man in the first place. Iron Man 3 took place after the events of The Avengers and saw Tony struggling with PTSD and anxiety as a result of the Battle of New York and his near-death experience when he took a missile through the wormhole in order to destroy the Chitauri fleet and save the world. With the help of Rhodey (Don Cheadle), Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), and his new friend Harley Keener (Ty Simpkins), Tony overcame his demons and defeated Killian, which is a very typical ending for a marvel cinematic universe movie, but at the end of it, Tony made the decision of reducing his time as Iron Man and had the shrapnel piece near his heart removed, meaning that he no longer needed the arc reactor on his chest, but assured the audience that he would always be Iron Man of marvel collection movies.
3. Hulk and Black Widow in The Avengers
Hulk is generally portrayed as a hero throughout Marvel collection movies, but he’s often just one temper tantrum away from shedding his “science bro” alter ego of Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and becoming an unstoppable rage monster. This short but memorable scene in The Avengers conveys the sheer terror of what it’s like to be on the receiving end of that terrifying fury. Hulk and Black Widow had flirted with a romance in the Marvel 23 movie collection but that was all but abandoned in Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War. We’ve seen Hulk many times before in the 2000s (he’s had two movies already), but his first appearance in The Avengers back in 2012 is still breathtaking, partly because Black Widow got the brunt of it. The Hulk, upon transforming due to stress and a perceived threat, suddenly starts chasing and attacking anything that moves or is stationary. It just so happens that even Black Widow isn’t exempted from this. She might have been the peak of human physical potential, but Black Widow is a delicate ant compared to the Hulk. Even so, Hulk obviously had the intent to kill and harm her– he succeeded in the latter. If not for Thor’s intervention, Black Widow could have died earlier in the franchise.
4. Avenger Nightmares in Avengers: Age of Ultron
Avengers: Age of Ultron wields the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) as a tool of psychological warfare against Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. She literally gets inside their heads and brings their fears and doubts to chilling reality, especially for Tony, Thor, and Natasha. In the said nightmare, Wanda heightened Stark’s fear of seeing his Avengers pals die on his watch after they failed to defeat an unknown threat. Scarlet Witch showed the Avengers some of their biggest nightmares and fears in Avengers: Age of Ultron and some of these ended up coming true. The horrifying nightmare was capped off with Captain America telling him that he could’ve done more – further fueling his motivation to push through with the Ultron Program. Tony Stark’s Scarlet Witch-induced vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron wasn’t a foreshadowing of the events of Avengers: Infinity War, Elizabeth Olsen said.
5. Ultron Crashes the Party in Avengers: Age of Ultron
Ultron was an Artificial Intelligence Peacekeeping Program created by Tony Stark using the decrypted code derived from the Mind Stone encased within Loki’s own Scepter, retooled by himself with the help of Bruce Banner. Ultron’s non-stop assessments for peace quickly led him to deem the entire human race as unstable and prone to their self-destruction. Ultron’s objective was to protect Earth from any and all domestic and extraterrestrial threats coming within the future. Possessing multiple host bodies under his control as well as a variant of Stark’s own personality, Ultron however soon deemed humanity itself as the greatest threat to peace on the Earth and attempted to create his technological singularity by committing genocide against them, leaving only his own doubles left in their wake. Alone, Ultron had tried to use a device composed of both vibranium and Chitauri technology to lift Novi Grad and use it as a meteor on Earth to wipe out all of humanity. Ultron nearly would have succeeded with this, but he and his plans were ultimately foiled by the Avengers, while his final body was destroyed by Vision.
6. Vulture Warns Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming
Adrian Toomes is also known as the Vulture is the main antagonist from Spider-Man: Homecoming. Confronting Toomes and his associates at the Staten Island Ferry, Peter captures the group’s new buyer Mac Gargan while Toomes escapes after a malfunctioning weapon tears the ferry in half. Stark helps Peter save the passengers before admonishing him for his recklessness and taking the suit away. While picking up Liz for Midtown’s annual homecoming dance, Peter learns that she is Toomes’ daughter. Deducing Peter’s secret identity, Toomes threatens retaliation if he continues to interfere with his plans. Peter then confronts Toomes in his lair, who attempts to persuade him to his side. When Peter refuses, Toomes destroys the building’s support beams and leaves him to die. Managing to escape, Peter intercepts Toomes onboard the now-damaged plane, steering it towards the beach near Coney Island. The two engage in a confrontation that ends with Peter saving Toomes’ life and leaving him for the police.
7. Zombie Iron Man in Spider-Man: Far From Home
The shadow of Iron Man’s Endgame sacrifice looms large in Far From Home’s story, with Peter Parker has chosen to effectively become ‘the next Tony Stark.’ So it makes sense that when overwhelming Peter with drone-projected illusions based on his deepest fears, it’s the sight of Tony Stark’s grave that carries the most weight before the grim solitude is broken by Tony’s body crawling out of the dirt. The design of Zombie Iron Man has now appeared online thanks to before & afters. After the Mysterio illusion sequence was named the high point of the film by test audiences, Marvel requested Framestore return to the drawing board–and take the illusions even further. Longer, more elaborate, and with only two months to achieve it. But achieve it they did, with Wajsbrot explaining the creation of Zombie Iron Man. Fans knew that Spider-Man: Far From Home would tease Phase 4, but nobody expected it to work the Marvel Zombies lore into marvel cinematic universe canon. Even if it’s only in the context of Mysterio’s many illusions, it’s better than nothing.
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