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Where to Watch Every Marvel Movie On Disney+ and Netflix

The entire MCU is in streaming chaos! Here's where to catch everything.

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Watching every single movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe should be easy to do streaming online. But, with the launch of the new streaming giant, Disney+, watching your Marvel movies is about to get complicated. Though Disney owns Marvel Studios, the new streaming service is not getting all the MCU movies right away. As of now, there are some Marvel movies on Disney+, but not everything. So, where can you find everything? Marvel and Disney have actually just announced a slew of new Marvel movies coming to Disney+ at the very last second and also, Disney+ and Marvel released a new MCU documentary special called Expanding the Universe, which is a short preview all the new streaming Marvel TV shows (like WandaVision and Loki). It’s good, but it’s by no means a must-watch.

Meanwhile as you get used to Disney controlling your streaming life, here’s where every single Marvel movie is streaming online right now; including which ones are about to move over to Disney+ next week. Eventually, you should expect all the MCU to end up on Disney+, but that may take some time. For now, the Avengers are pretty scattered. But we’re here to help!

For now, we’re keeping the movies listed in chronological release order. So, here’s how you can stream all 22 of the Marvel Studios movies that are online right now.

Iron Man

The OG Marvel flick is available on FX’s streaming app if you have a cable provider. Otherwise, you can rent it on YouTube for $2.99 (Or $3.99 for the HD version). It’s also available for purchase on Amazon or YouTubeIron Man will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

The Incredible Hulk

This mostly-forgotten, slightly non-canonical film can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on Amazon or YouTube.

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Iron Man 2

The underrated Tony Stark sequel can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) YouTube. It’s also streaming for free on Hulu.

Thor

The introduction to the mightiest and possibly funniest member of the Avengers can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on Amazon or YouTubeThor will also be on Dinsey+ when it launches.

Captain America: The First Avenger

To catch Steve Rogers using his perfectly-calibrated moral compass and killer abs to defeat the Super-Nazis, First Avenger can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on Amazon or YouTubeCaptain America will also be on Disney+ when it launches.

Avengers

The Marvel supergroup team-up is available on FX’s streaming app if you have a cable provider. Otherwise, you can rent it on YouTube for $2.99 (Or $3.99 for the HD version). It’s also available for purchase on Amazon or YouTubeAvengers will also be on Disney+ when it launches.

Iron Man 3

The final chapter in the Iron Man trilogy is available on FX’s streaming app if you have a cable provider. Otherwise, you can rent it for $2.99 (Or $3.99 for the HD version) or purchase it on Amazon or YouTube. Iron Man 3 will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Thor: The Dark World

This extremely unpopular sequel (and arguably the low point in the entire MCU) can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on Amazon or YouTube. Thor: The Dark World will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Widely considered one of the best superhero movies ever made, you can watch The Winter Soldier by renting ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchasing ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) it on Amazon or YouTube. You can also watch it on TNT with a cable subscription.  Captain America: The Winter Soldier will also be on Disney+ when it launches.

Guardians of the Galaxy 

This superhero comedic space opera can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on Amazon or YouTube. Guardians of the Galaxy will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Avengers: Age of Ultron

If you’re eager to rewatch James Spader voice a malevolent, self-aware artificial intelligence program come to life, you can always try renting ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchasing ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) Age of Ultron on Amazon or YouTube. Avengers: Age of Ultron will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Ant-Man

The original Ant-Man can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on Amazon or YouTubeAnt-Man will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Captain America: Civil War

The Iron Man vs. Cap showdown sadly just left Netflix but it can still be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on YouTube or AmazonCaptain America: Civil will also be on Disney+ when it launches.

Doctor Strange

The introduction of Benedict Cumberbatch’s sorcerer supreme can be rented ($2.99 or $3.99 for HD version) or purchased ($12.99 or $16.99 for HD version) on YouTube. Doctor Strange is also for rent on Amazon.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2

The second tale of Peter Quill and his merry group of space scoundrels is available on Netflix, along with being available to rent and purchase on Amazon or YouTube.

Spider-Man: Homecoming

The precursor to the new Spidey film is arguably this one!  It’s Tom Holland’s first standalone movie as Spider-Man after he first popped-up in Civil War. It’s available to stream on Starz app if it’s available via your cable provider. This also means you could watch it on Hulu if you have Starz. Otherwise, it can be rented Amazon or YouTube. 

Thor: Ragnarok

The funniest movie in the MCU canon is currently available to stream on Netflix!

Black Panther

If you’re looking to head back to Wakanda, you can rewatch Black Panther by streaming it for free on Netflix! (It’s also for rent on Amazon.)

Avengers: Infinity War

The most essential movie to rewatch before Endgame is obviously its first chapter, Infinity War. Luckily the snappy epic (see what we did there?) is streaming for free on Netflix.

Ant-Man and the Wasp

The comedic follow-up to Infinity War will oddly be essential to understanding why Ant-Man is in Endgame at all. Luckily, this one is also on Netflix. 

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel is the newest MCU movie that you can stream! It’s available to rent on Amazon Prime for $4.99 and YouTube for the same price.  Captain Marvel will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Avengers: Endgame

Right now, you have to rent Avengers: Endgame on Amazon for $5.99. But, Avengers: Endgame will also be available on Disney+ on launch day, November 12, 2019.

Spider-Man: Far From Home

After a huge legal battle that almost kicked Spidey out of the MCU forever, the web crawler is still part of the Avengers. For now. Right now, you have to rent Spider-Man: Far From Home on Amazon for $5.99. And, because of the legal trouble between Sony and Disney, don’t expect it this one on Disney+ any time soon.