Are you ready to embark on a Marvel movie marathon? With 23 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), you might be wondering just how long it would take to watch them all. Well, grab some popcorn and get comfortable, because we’re about to break it down for you.
First of all, let’s talk about the runtime of each movie. The shortest MCU movie is “The Incredible Hulk” at 1 hour and 52 minutes, while the longest is “Avengers: Endgame” at a whopping 3 hours and 2 minutes. The average runtime of all 23 movies is around 2 hours and 17 minutes.
Now, let’s do some math. If we were to add up the runtime of all the movies, we’d get a total of approximately 52 hours and 29 minutes. That’s over two full days of non-stop Marvel action!
Of course, it’s not realistic (or healthy) to watch all these movies in one sitting. So how long would it take if you were to spread them out over a more reasonable timeframe? Let’s say you wanted to watch one movie per day – that would take you just over three weeks (23 days) to finish.
But maybe you’re more ambitious than that. What if you wanted to watch two movies per day?
In that case, you could finish in just under two weeks (12 days). And if you really wanted to push yourself, you could aim for three movies per day – but be warned, that would require over a week (8 days) of non-stop superhero action.
It’s worth noting that the order in which you watch the movies can also affect your viewing time. Some fans prefer chronological order, starting with “Captain America: The First Avenger” and ending with “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”
Others prefer release order, which starts with “Iron Man” and ends with “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” Either way, you’re looking at roughly the same amount of total runtime.
So there you have it – it would take just over 52 hours to watch all 23 Marvel movies, or anywhere from 8 to 23 days depending on your viewing schedule. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just getting started in the MCU, this marathon is sure to be an epic adventure.