20 Hidden Details You Might Have Missed In Marvel Movies

You claim that you are a True Believer, but do you know every single detail that has ever shown up in Marvel movies? If you don't, well, that’s fine, because actually, nobody does. If the MCU was truly that simple, straightforward and guessable, it wouldn’t be the amazing franchise we all admire and love!
In this post, we have collected 20 interesting hidden details in popular Marvel movies that not many people noticed before, as shared by members of the r/MovieDetails community. Maybe you will be surprised to find out that a Troy Barnes poster once appeared in Peter Parker’s room, Deadpool once wore a shirt that featured Taylor Swift’s cats or the 1970s Hulk once played a cameo role in the newest Hulk movie.
Just scroll down and check these Easter Eggs out, we are sure that they will make you go wow!

#1. In Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) the guy who livestreams Shang-chi's fight on the bus was also seen in Spiderman Homecoming (2017) as a street vendor.

Source: harsha29o7

#2. In Spider-Man Far From Home (2019) Peter's passport reveals his birthday is on August 10. The same date when Amazing Fantasy #15 came out which is when Spider-Man first time appeared.

Source: Movie_Advance_101

#3. In Avengers: Endgame (2019), Captain America always cushions the flight path of Mjolnir while Thor grabs it outstretched. Captain America is used to adjusting for the Shield's recoil while Thor knows Mjolnir comes to a stop at his hand.

Source: Moohamin12

#4. The college student in The Incredible Hulk (2008) is also Peter Parker’s teacher in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).

Source: airpod4840

#5. In Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Thanos uses the reality stone to dispatch Drax by "cubing" him and Mantis by "unraveling" her. Both showy displays were also seen in the source material: The Infinity Gauntlet.

Source: EmperorPalprotein

#6. Thor: Ragnarok (2017) recreates the Doom cover with Skurge. Karl Urban, who portrays Skurge, also portrayed the main character in Doom (2005).

Source: cyborgx7

#7. In Captain America: Civil War (2016), the audience is silent during Tony Stark’s B.A.R.F. presentation. But in the flashback to that same scene in Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), the audience is laughing, implying that Mysterio remembers this moment as a lot more humiliating than it actually was.

Source: Patton_Parnel

#8. Amazing Spider-Man (2012) poster of Donald Glover as Troy Barnes from Community in Peter's room.

Source: Trav12344

#9. In Spider-man 2 (2004) one of the titles on the first page of the Daily Bugle just before Spider-man swings to fight Dock Ock says "MTA insider concerned over aging Al-train". The subsequent fight with Doc-Ock does involve a train that is about to crash.

Source: Weak_Remove_2833

#10. In Deadpool 2 (2018), Wade wears a shirt that says: "Olivia & Meredith. Best Friends Purrrr-ever". The two cats actually belong to Taylor Swift. The production crew had to get permission from her to use their image.

Source: Numerous-Lemon

#11. In Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021), the bus driver's shirt has a label that reads 8964, the date of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Some say this is the reason why the movie wasn't released in China.

Source: big_dumpling

#12. In Spider-Man (2002) Peter is drawing ideas for his costume and symbol, one of his (discarded) ideas for a symbol looks a lot like another Marvel arachnidly named hero... Black Widow.

Source: banjosandcellos

#13. In Thor (2011) the name on the ID Dr. Selvig tries to use to get Thor out of SHIELD detainment is Dr. Donald Blake. This is also the name of Thor’s alter ego in the comics.

Source: onemm

#14. In Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) there is an early reference to Kung Fu Hustle (2004) through a poster. When the group arrives in Ta Lo, the man in the front of the group is Yuen Wah, a main character from King Fu Hustle.

Source: burnt_toast_03

#15. In Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) there is a boat registered as ASM 212 this is a reference to Amazing Spider-Man #212 (1981), an issue that featured the debut of Hydro-Man.

Source: Movie_Advance_101

#16. In Captain Marvel (2019), there's a cameo in the train station by a bespectacled, red-haired woman. That's Kelly Sue DeConnick, who not only wrote a series of Captain Marvel comics but was also a consultant on the film.

Source: TheOtherAvaz

#17. In Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Aunt May's car number plate is AMF-1562. AMF is Amazing Fantasy, 15 is the issue number, and 62 is 1962, the year Spider-Man first appeared.

Source: 0maha1

#18. In The Incredible Hulk (2008), Lou Ferrigno, the original actor of The Hulk in the 1970s, makes a cameo as a security guard.

Source: marvelbat5

#19. In Spider-Man 2 (2004), Peter’s landlord, Mr. Ditkovich, is named after Steve Ditko, the first illustrator of Spider-Man.

Source: marvelbat5

#20. Details about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (2018) made by James Gunn.

Source: MUD9707

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