Years have passed since the first Iron Man movie. Years and a Marvel universe that has only grown with each Avengers movie. A universe in which the Avengers evolve together, but also separately.
The history of the Avengers
In the beginning, the Avengers did not know each other. Captain America was fighting the forces of evil, including HYDRA, on his own. Iron Man was developing his costume and others like Natasha Romanoff had no idea she would ever be a part of it.
The original team includes Tony Stark aka Iron Man, Steve Rogers aka Captain America, Bruce Banner aka Hulk, Thor, Clint Barton the Hawkeye and Natasha Romanoff aka the Black Widow.
The film series consists of several parts:
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- The Avengers: Civil War
- Avengers Infinity War
- Avengers Endgame
In the first film of the series, the characters seek their place in a team under the leadership of Nick Fury, director of S.H.I.E.L.D.. They also meet an old adversary, Loki, who has formed an alliance with The Other, an alien of the Chitauri race. The latter wanting to recover the tesseract present on Earth. They will then fight Ultron in Sakovia. And given the damage caused, the Avengers will be disbanded by the Sakovia agreements. They become personae non grata.
In the last two films, the Avengers will find grace with the public. The Earth is once again in danger, facing an enemy even more cruel than the previous ones: Thanos. Thanos wants to get all the Infinity Stones and bring the galaxy to its knees. These two last ones mark the end of the Avengers and of this historical arc.
Avengers movies available on Netflix?
Unfortunately, the Avengers movies are not available on Netflix. Fortunately, for fans of the MCU, it is possible to find all of the Marvel movies, including the Avengers movie series, on Disney+.
A few years ago, movies were well within the Netfllix catalog. However, with the creation of the SVOD service Disney+, this is no longer the case. Only persists in the Netflix catalog, their own productions from the Marvel universe (Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, DareDevil, etc..) as well as Spiderman films which it still owns the rights to broadcast.
Indeed, Disney bought the Marvel franchise and decided to migrate all the movies on its platform to expand the content. Moreover, Disney+ regularly adds new spin-offs to its catalog. This is recently the case of the popular Wandavision.
It is unlikely that the Avengers movies will ever be available on any platform other than Disney+. Disney owns the broadcasting rights, just like those of Star Wars. And, given that the MCU universe mobilizes many fans, the American firm will not want to get rid of the goose with the golden eggs so easily.