Are you a Marvel movie fan? If yes, then you must have come across Easter eggs in the movies.
For those who don’t know what Easter eggs are, they are hidden messages or references in movies that only dedicated fans can spot. Marvel movies have a lot of Easter eggs that connect the movies together and reveal details about the characters and their stories. In this article, we will discuss some of the best Marvel movie Easter eggs.
The first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has several Easter eggs. One of them is when Tony Stark mentions his father’s old nickname for him – “Golden Boy.”
This is a reference to the comic book character Tony Stark’s father used to call him. Another one is when Tony tells his assistant to hack into a military database to find information about his kidnappers. The file name is “Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S,” which is a reference to a comic book storyline where S.H.I.L.D creates an energy source called P.
The Avengers movie has some of the best Easter eggs in the MCU. One of them is when Captain America says “There’s only one God, ma’am, and I’m pretty sure he doesn’t dress like that.”
This is a reference to Thor being a Norse God who dresses like one. Another one is when Tony Stark calls Thor “Point Break.” This is a reference to Patrick Swayze’s character in the 1991 movie Point Break, who also had long hair like Thor.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
In this movie, there is an Easter egg that connects it with Iron Man 3. When Nick Fury shows Steve Rogers information on potential threats, there are three names on it – Stephen Strange, Bruce Banner, and Harley Keener. Harley Keener is the boy from Iron Man 3 who helps Tony Stark fix his suit.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy has a lot of Easter eggs, but one of the best ones is when we see the Collector’s museum. In one of the display cases, we can see Adam Warlock’s cocoon. This is a reference to the comic book storyline where Adam Warlock hatches from a cocoon and becomes a powerful superhero.
Spider-Man: Homecoming has an Easter egg that connects it with Iron Man 2. When Peter Parker is in his room working on his web fluid, we can see a drawing on his wall that resembles a blueprint for Tony Stark’s arc reactor from Iron Man 2.
In Black Panther, there is an Easter egg that connects it with Iron Man. When Shuri shows T’Challa all the new technology she has created, she shows him some new shoes that can absorb kinetic energy. These shoes are similar to the ones Tony Stark made in Iron Man 3.
These are just some of the many Easter eggs in Marvel movies. Finding them adds to the fun and excitement of watching these movies. Marvel Studios does an excellent job of connecting their movies together and creating a shared universe where everything fits together perfectly.