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Downey Jr., Evans, Hemsworth, Ruffalo, Johansson, and Renner portray the original Avengers, starring in films throughout the MCU. Also headlining their own films in the franchise are Pratt, Rudd, Cumberbatch, Holland, Boseman, Lilly, Larson, Madden, and Liu.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a media franchise and shared fictional universe that is the setting of superhero films produced by Marvel Studios, based on characters that appear in Marvel Comics publications. Phase One of the franchise includes six films, featuring four different superhero properties, leading up to a crossover in the 2012 film Marvel's The Avengers. The franchise's Phase Two features three sequels to Phase One films, as well as two new film properties, and the crossover Avengers: Age of Ultron, which released in 2015. Phase Three features four sequels to earlier films, and four new film properties, as well as the crossover films Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.[1]

As the franchise is composed of films adapted from a variety of Marvel Comics properties, there are multiple lead actors: Robert Downey Jr. stars as Tony Stark / Iron Man in the films Iron Man (2008), Iron Man 2 (2010), and Iron Man 3 (2013); Chris Evans portrays Steve Rogers / Captain America in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), and Captain America: Civil War (2016), where he is joined by Downey as Stark; and Chris Hemsworth plays Thor in Thor (2011), Thor: The Dark World (2013), Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Thor: Love and Thunder (2021). All three actors star in The Avengers (2012), and reprise their roles in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame (2019).

Edward Norton headlined The Incredible Hulk (2008), playing Bruce Banner / Hulk, but did not reprise the role in the future films, being replaced by Mark Ruffalo for all subsequent films involving the character. Chris Pratt portrays the lead character, Peter Quill / Star-Lord, in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), and returns for its sequel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), while Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas respectively star as Scott Lang / Ant-Man and Hank Pym / Ant-Man in Ant-Man (2015) and Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), in which Evangeline Lilly co-stars as Hope van Dyne / Wasp. Benedict Cumberbatch portrays Stephen Strange in Doctor Strange (2016) and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2021), Tom Holland portrays Peter Parker / Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) and the third Spider-Man film (2021), and Chadwick Boseman portrays T'Challa / Black Panther in Black Panther (2018) and Black Panther II (2022); Holland and Boseman were both introduced in Captain America: Civil War, which Rudd also appeared in. Downey and Evans join Holland in Spider-Man: Homecoming, while Cumberbatch joined Hemsworth and Ruffalo in Thor: Ragnarok. Brie Larson portrays Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel in Captain Marvel (2019). Pratt, Cumberbatch, Holland and Boseman also appear in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, with Rudd, Lilly and Larson also appearing in the latter. Scarlett Johansson stars as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow in Black Widow (2020), after appearing in Iron Man 2, the Avengers films, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. Richard Madden headlines as Ikaris in The Eternals (2020), while Simu Liu stars as Shang-Chi in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021).

Samuel L. Jackson had cameo and supporting appearances as Nick Fury in several of the early films in the franchise, before co-starring in The Avengers; he would continue to have supporting roles in later films as well. Other cast members who recur across multiple films and series within the franchise include Clark Gregg, Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Jon Favreau, William Hurt, Tom Hiddleston, Natalie Portman, Idris Elba, Stellan Skarsgård, Hayley Atwell, Sebastian Stan, Jeremy Renner, Cobie Smulders, Anthony Mackie, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Karen Gillan, Lee Pace, Djimon Hounsou, Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin, Michael Douglas, Benedict Wong, Tilda Swinton, Pom Klementieff, Jacob Batalon, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Tessa Thompson, and Marisa Tomei. The list below is sorted by film and the character's surname, as some characters have been portrayed by multiple actors. All characters that have made appearances in other MCU media, such as the short films, television series, or digital series, are noted.

Phase One[edit]

List indicator(s)

This section shows characters who will appear or have appeared in more than two films in the series.

  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the film, or that the character's presence in the film has not yet been announced.
  • 2 indicates the character reappears in Phase Two.
  • 3 indicates the character reappears in Phase Three.
  • 4 indicates the character reappears in Phase Four.
  • An OS indicates the character appears in a One-Shot.
  • TV indicates the character appears in a television series.
  • DS indicates the character appears in a digital series.
  • C indicates an uncredited cameo role.
  • P indicates the character appears in a photograph taken specifically for the film.
  • V indicates a voice-only role.
Character Iron Man
(2008)
The Incredible Hulk
(2008)
Iron Man 2
(2010)
Thor
(2011)
Captain America:
The First Avenger

(2011)
Marvel's
The Avengers

(2012)

Introduced in Iron Man[edit]

Phil Coulson3 OS TV DS Clark Gregg[2] Clark Gregg[3] Clark Gregg[4]
Christine EverhartDS Leslie Bibb[2] Leslie Bibb[5]
Nick Fury2 3 TV Samuel L. JacksonC[6] Samuel L. Jackson[6] Samuel L. JacksonC[7] Samuel L. Jackson[7]
Harold "Happy" Hogan2 3 Jon Favreau[8] Jon Favreau[8]
J.A.R.V.I.S.2 Paul BettanyV[9] Paul BettanyV[9] Paul BettanyV[9]
Virginia "Pepper" Potts2 3 Gwyneth Paltrow[2] Gwyneth Paltrow[10] Gwyneth Paltrow[11]
Raza Faran Tahir[2]
James "Rhodey" Rhodes2 3 Terrence Howard[2] Don Cheadle[10]
William Ginter Riva 3 Peter Billingsley[12]
Obadiah Stane Jeff Bridges[2]
Howard Stark2 3 OS TV Gerard SandersP[13] John Slattery[14] Dominic Cooper[15]
Tony Stark
Iron Man
2 3
Robert Downey Jr.[16] Robert Downey Jr.C[16] Robert Downey Jr.[17] Robert Downey Jr.[17]
Ho Yinsen2 Shaun Toub[2]

Introduced in The Incredible Hulk[edit]

Bruce Banner
Hulk
2 3
Edward Norton[18]
Lou FerrignoV [18]
Mark Ruffalo[19]
Emil Blonsky
Abomination
Tim Roth[18]
Roger Harrington 3 Martin Starr[20]
Betty Ross Liv Tyler[18]
Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross3 4 William Hurt[18]
Leonard Samson Ty Burrell[21]
Samuel Sterns Tim Blake Nelson[21]

Introduced in Iron Man 2[edit]

Justin HammerOS Sam Rockwell[22]
Peter Parker3 4 [a]
Chess Roberts Olivia Munn[24]
Natasha Romanoff
Natalie Rushman / Black Widow
2 3 4
Scarlett Johansson[25] Scarlett Johansson[4]
Stern2 Garry Shandling[26]
Anton VankoTV Yevgeni Lazarev[27]
Ivan Vanko
Whiplash
Mickey Rourke[22]

Introduced in Thor[edit]

Clint Barton
Hawkeye
2 3 TV
Jeremy RennerC[28] Jeremy Renner[4]
Fandral2 3 Josh Dallas[29]
Jane Foster2 3 4 Natalie Portman[30]
Frigga2 3 Rene Russo[31]
Heimdall2 3 Idris Elba[30]
Hogun2 3 Tadanobu Asano[32]
Laufey Colm Feore[30]
Darcy Lewis2 TV Kat Dennings[30]
Loki2 3 TV Tom Hiddleston[33] Tom Hiddleston[34]
Odin2 3 Anthony Hopkins[30]
Erik Selvig2 Stellan Skarsgård[35] Stellan Skarsgård[35]
Sif2 TV Jaimie Alexander[36]
Jasper Sitwell2 3 OS TV Maximiliano Hernández[37] Maximiliano Hernández[37]
Thor2 3 4 Chris Hemsworth[38] Chris Hemsworth[4]
Volstagg2 3 Ray Stevenson[32]

Introduced in Captain America: The First Avenger[edit]

James "Bucky" Barnes2 3 TV Sebastian Stan[39]
Brandt Michael Brandon[40]
Peggy Carter2 3 OS TV Hayley Atwell[39]
Jacques Dernier Bruno Ricci[41]
Timothy "Dum Dum"
Dugan
OS TV
Neal McDonough[42]
Abraham Erskine Stanley Tucci[39]
James Montgomery Falsworth JJ Feild[42]
Gilmore Hodge Lex Shrapnel[43]
Gabe Jones Derek Luke[42]
Heinz Kruger Richard Armitage[44]
Jim MoritaTV Kenneth Choi[42]
Chester Phillips Tommy Lee Jones[39]
Steve Rogers
Captain America
2 3
Chris Evans[45]
Johann Schmidt
Red Skull
3
Hugo Weaving[39]
Arnim Zola2 TV Toby Jones[46]

Introduced in Marvel's The Avengers[edit]

Hawley2 Jenny Agutter[47]
Maria Hill2 3 TV Cobie Smulders[48]
Georgi Luchkov Jerzy Skolimowski[49]
Gideon MalickTV Powers Boothe[50]
Thanos2 3 Damion Poitier[51]
The Other2 Alexis Denisof[52]

Phase Two[edit]

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This section shows characters who will appear or have appeared in more than two films in the series.

  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the film, or that the character's presence in the film has not yet been announced.
  • 3 indicates the character reappears in Phase Three.
  • 4 indicates the character reappears in Phase Four.
  • An OS indicates the character appears in a One-Shot.
  • TV indicates the character appears in a television series.
  • DS indicates the character appears in a digital series.
  • C indicates an uncredited cameo role.
  • V indicates a voice-only role.
Character Iron Man 3
(2013)
Thor:
The Dark World

(2013)
Captain America:
The Winter Soldier

(2014)
Guardians of the Galaxy
(2014)
Avengers:
Age of Ultron

(2015)
Ant-Man
(2015)

Introduced in Phase One[edit]

Bruce Banner
Hulk
3
Mark RuffaloC [53] Mark Ruffalo[54]
James "Bucky" Barnes
Winter Soldier
3 TV
Sebastian Stan[55] Sebastian StanC[56]
Clint Barton
Hawkeye
3 TV
Jeremy Renner[57]
Peggy Carter3 OS TV Hayley Atwell[58] Hayley Atwell[59][60]
Fandral3 Zachary Levi[61]
Jane Foster3 4 Natalie Portman[62]
Frigga3 Rene Russo[31]
Nick Fury3 TV Samuel L. Jackson[63] Samuel L. Jackson[64]
Hawley Jenny Agutter[47]
Heimdall3 Idris Elba[65] Idris Elba[66]
Maria Hill3 TV Cobie Smulders[67] Cobie Smulders[68]
Harold "Happy" Hogan3 Jon Favreau[8]
Hogun3 Tadanobu Asano[61]
J.A.R.V.I.S. Paul BettanyV [69] Paul BettanyV [70]
Darcy Lewis TV Kat Dennings[71]
Loki3 TV Tom Hiddleston[72]
Odin3 Anthony Hopkins[73]
Virginia "Pepper" Potts3 Gwyneth Paltrow[69]
James "Rhodey" Rhodes
War Machine
/ Iron Patriot3
Don Cheadle[69] Don Cheadle[74][75]
Steve Rogers
Captain America
3
Chris EvansC [b] Chris Evans[63] Chris Evans[77] Chris EvansC[56]
Natasha Romanoff
Black Widow
3 4
Scarlett Johansson[78] Scarlett Johansson[79]
Erik Selvig Stellan Skarsgård[80] Stellan Skarsgård[81]
Sif TV Jaimie Alexander[82]
Jasper Sitwell3 OS TV Maximiliano Hernández[37]
Howard Stark3 OS TV John Slattery[83]
Tony Stark
Iron Man
3
Robert Downey Jr.[84] Robert Downey Jr.[85]
Stern Garry Shandling[86]
Thanos3 Josh BrolinC [87][88]
The Other Alexis Denisof[89]
Thor3 4 Chris Hemsworth[90] Chris Hemsworth[91]
Volstagg3 Ray Stevenson[61]
Ho Yinsen Shaun Toub[92]
Arnim ZolaTV Toby Jones[93]

Introduced in Iron Man 3[edit]

Ellen Brandt Stéphanie Szostak[69]
Matthew EllisTV DS William Sadler[69]
Maya Hansen Rebecca Hall[94]
Harley Keener3 Ty Simpkins[69]
Aldrich Killian Guy Pearce[95]
Rodriguez Miguel Ferrer[96]
Eric Savin James Badge Dale[97]
Trevor SlatteryOS Ben Kingsley[98]
Jack Taggart Ashley Hamilton[99]
Wu Wang Xueqi[100]

Introduced in Thor: The Dark World[edit]

Algrim
Kurse
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje[101]
Bor Tony Curran[102]
Ian Boothby Jonathan Howard[103]
Carina Ophelia LovibondC [104] Ophelia Lovibond[105][106]
Eir Alice Krige[107]
Malekith Christopher Eccleston[108]
Richard Chris O'Dowd[109]
Taneleer Tivan
The Collector
3
Benicio del ToroC [110] Benicio del Toro[111]
Tyr Clive Russell[112]

Introduced in Captain America: The Winter Soldier[edit]

Georges Batroc Georges St-Pierre[113]
Sharon Carter
Agent 13
3 TV
Emily VanCamp[58]
Cameron Klein Aaron Himelstein[114] Aaron Himelstein[114]
ListTV Henry GoodmanC [115] Henry Goodman[116]
Pietro Maximoff
Quicksilver
Aaron Taylor-JohnsonC [117] Aaron Taylor-Johnson[118]
Wanda Maximoff
Scarlet Witch
3 4 TV
Elizabeth OlsenC [117] Elizabeth Olsen[118]
Alexander Pierce3 Robert Redford[58]
Jack Rollins3 Callan Mulvey[119]
Brock Rumlow3 Frank Grillo[67]
Wolfgang von StruckerTV Thomas KretschmannC [120] Thomas Kretschmann[121]
Sam Wilson
Falcon
3 TV
Anthony Mackie[55] Anthony Mackie[122][123]

Introduced in Guardians of the Galaxy[edit]

Bereet Melia Kreiling[124]
The Broker Christopher Fairbank[125]
Cosmo FredC[126]
Rhomann Dey John C. Reilly[127]
Drax the Destroyer3 Dave Bautista[128]
Gamora3 Zoe Saldana[105]
Groot3 Vin DieselV[129]
Howard the Duck3 Seth GreenV C [130]
Korath3 Djimon Hounsou[111]
Kraglin3 Sean Gunn[131]
Nebula3 Karen Gillan[111]
Meredith Quill3 Laura Haddock[132]
Grandpa Quill3 Gregg Henry[133]
Peter Quill
Star-Lord
3
Chris Pratt[134]
Irani Rael
Nova Prime
Glenn Close[135]
Rocket3 Bradley CooperV [136]
Sean GunnMC[137]
Ronan the Accuser3 Lee Pace[111]
Garthan Saal Peter Serafinowicz[132]
Yondu Udonta3 Michael Rooker[138]

Introduced in Avengers: Age of Ultron[edit]

Laura Barton3 Linda Cardellini[139]
Helen Cho Claudia Kim[140]
F.R.I.D.A.Y.3 Kerry CondonV [141]
Ulysses Klaue3 Andy Serkis[75][142]
Ultron James Spader[143]
Vision3 TV Paul Bettany[144]

Introduced in Ant-Man[edit]

Mitchell Carson Martin Donovan[145][146]
Darren Cross
YellowjacketDS
Corey Stoll[147]
Dale Gregg Turkington[148]
Dave3 Tip "T.I." Harris[149]
Gale Wood Harris[149]
Kurt3 David Dastmalchian[149]
Cassie Lang3 Abby Ryder Fortson[150][151]
Scott Lang
Ant-Man
3 DS
Paul Rudd[152][153]
Luis3 Michael Peña[149][154]
Maggie3 Judy Greer[149]
Paxton3 Bobby Cannavale[149][154]
Hank Pym
Ant-Man
3
Michael Douglas[153][155]
Hope van Dyne3 Evangeline Lilly[147]
Janet van Dyne
Wasp
3
Hayley Lovitt[156]

Phase Three[edit]

List indicator(s)

This section shows characters who will appear or have appeared in more than two films in the series.

  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the film, or that the character's presence in the film has not yet been announced.
  • 4 indicates the character reappears in Phase Four.
  • An OS indicates the character appears in a One-Shot.
  • TV indicates the character appears in a television series.
  • DS indicates the character appears in a digital series.
  • C indicates an uncredited cameo role.
  • MC indicates a motion-capture-only role.
  • V indicates a voice-only role.
Character Captain America:
Civil War

(2016)
Doctor Strange
(2016)
Guardians of the Galaxy
Vol. 2

(2017)
Spider-Man:
Homecoming

(2017)
Thor:
Ragnarok

(2017)
Black Panther
(2018)
Avengers:
Infinity War

(2018)
Ant-Man and the Wasp
(2018)
Captain Marvel
(2019)
Avengers:
Endgame

(2019)
Spider-Man:
Far From Home

(2019)

Introduced in Phase One[edit]

Bruce Banner
Hulk
Mark Ruffalo[157] Mark Ruffalo[158] Mark RuffaloC[159] Mark Ruffalo[160]
James "Bucky" Barnes
Winter Soldier / White Wolf
TV
Sebastian Stan[161] Sebastian StanC[162] Sebastian Stan[163] Sebastian Stan[164]
Clint Barton
Hawkeye
TV
Jeremy Renner[165] Jeremy Renner[160]
Peggy CarterOS TV Hayley Atwell[166]
Phil CoulsonTV Clark Gregg[167]
Fandral Zachary Levi[168]
Jane Foster4 Natalie Portman[169]
Frigga Rene Russo[170]
Nick Fury TV Samuel L. JacksonC[171] Samuel L. Jackson[172][173]
Heimdall Idris Elba[174] Idris Elba[175]
Maria Hill TV Cobie SmuldersC[171] Cobie Smulders[172][173]
Harold "Happy" Hogan Jon Favreau[176] Jon Favreau[177][178]
Roger Harrington Martin Starr[179] Martin Starr[180]
Hogun Tadanobu Asano[181]
LokiTV Tom Hiddleston[182][174] Tom Hiddleston[183] Tom Hiddleston[183]
Odin Anthony Hopkins[174]
Virginia "Pepper" Potts Gwyneth Paltrow[184] Gwyneth Paltrow[185] Gwyneth Paltrow[177]
James "Rhodey" Rhodes
War Machine
Don Cheadle[186] Don Cheadle[187] Don CheadleC[159] Don Cheadle[188]
William Ginter Riva Peter Billingsley[12]
Steve Rogers
Captain America
Chris Evans[189] Chris Evans[190] Chris Evans[191] Chris EvansC[159] Chris Evans[160]
Natasha Romanoff
Black Widow
4
Scarlett Johansson[192] Scarlett Johansson[193] Scarlett JohanssonC[159] Scarlett Johansson[160]
Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross4 William Hurt[186] William Hurt[194] William Hurt
Johann Schmidt
Red Skull
Ross MarquandV [195] Ross MarquandV [195]
Jasper SitwellOS TV Maximiliano Hernández[170]
Howard StarkOS TV John Slattery[196] John Slattery[170]
Tony Stark
Iron Man
Robert Downey Jr.[197] Robert Downey Jr.[198] Robert Downey Jr.[85][198] Robert Downey Jr.[160]
Thanos Josh Brolin[199][200] Josh Brolin[160]
Thor4 Chris HemsworthC[201] Chris Hemsworth[202] Chris Hemsworth[191] Chris Hemsworth[160]
Volstagg Ray Stevenson[168]

Introduced in Phase Two[edit]

Laura Barton Linda Cardellini[170]
Sharon Carter TV Emily VanCamp[203]
Dave Tip "T.I." Harris[204]
Drax the Destroyer Dave Bautista[205] Dave Bautista[206] Dave Bautista[207]
F.R.I.D.A.Y. Kerry CondonV[208] Kerry CondonV[209] Kerry CondonV[210] Kerry CondonV
Gamora Zoe Saldana[205] Zoe Saldana[211] Zoe Saldana[212]
Groot Vin DieselV[213] Vin DieselV[214] Vin DieselV
Howard the Duck Seth GreenV[215]
Harley Keener Ty Simpkins[216]
Ulysses Klaue Andy Serkis[217]
Korath Djimon Hounsou[167]
Kraglin Sean Gunn[218] Sean Gunn[219]
Kurt David Dastmalchian[220]
Cassie Lang Abby Ryder Fortson[221] Emma Fuhrmann[222]
Scott Lang
Ant-Man
DS
Paul Rudd[186][223] Paul Rudd[224][225] Paul Rudd[160]
Luis Michael Peña[226]
Maggie Judy Greer[227]
Wanda Maximoff
Scarlet Witch
4 TV
Elizabeth Olsen[228] Elizabeth Olsen[229] Elizabeth Olsen[229]
Nebula Karen Gillan[218] Karen Gillan[230] Karen Gillan[160]
Paxton Bobby Cannavale[221]
Alexander Pierce Robert Redford[170]
Hank Pym Michael Douglas[231] Michael Douglas
Meredith Quill Laura Haddock[232]
Grandpa Quill Gregg Henry[215]
Peter Quill
Star-Lord
Chris Pratt[233] Chris Pratt[229] Chris Pratt[229]
Rocket Bradley CooperV[205]
Sean GunnMC[234]
Bradley CooperV[235]
Sean GunnMC[236]
Bradley CooperV[237]
Sean GunnMC[238]
Jack Rollins Callan Mulvey[170]
Ronan the Accuser Lee Pace[167]
Brock Rumlow
Crossbones
Frank Grillo[239] Frank Grillo[240]
Taneleer Tivan
The Collector
Benicio del Toro[241]
Yondu Udonta Michael Rooker[242]
Hope van Dyne
Wasp
Evangeline Lilly[224][225] Evangeline Lilly[243]
Janet van Dyne Michelle Pfeiffer[244] Michelle Pfeiffer
Vision TV Paul Bettany[186] Paul Bettany[245]
Sam Wilson
Falcon
TV
Anthony Mackie[246] Anthony Mackie[247] Anthony Mackie[247]

Introduced in Agent Carter[edit]

Edwin Jarvis TV James D'Arcy[248]

Introduced in Captain America: Civil War[edit]

Ayo Florence Kasumba[249] Florence Kasumba[249][250]
T'Chaka John Kani[196] John Kani[251]
T'Challa
Black Panther
Chadwick Boseman[252] Chadwick Boseman[252][253] Chadwick Boseman[254]
May Parker Marisa Tomei[255] Marisa Tomei[256][257] Marisa Tomei[258]
Peter Parker
Spider-Man
4
Tom Holland[259][260] Tom Holland[259] Tom Holland[261] Tom Holland[262][263]
Everett K. Ross Martin Freeman[264] Martin Freeman[217]
Miriam Sharpe Alfre Woodard[265]
Maria Stark Hope Davis[266]
Helmut Zemo TV Daniel Brühl[267]

Introduced in Doctor Strange[edit]

Ancient One Tilda Swinton[268] Tilda Swinton[170]
Dormammu Benedict Cumberbatch[269]
Daniel Drumm Mark Anthony Brighton[201]
Hamir Topo Wresniwiro[270]
Kaecilius Mads Mikkelsen[271][272]
Lucian Aster Scott Adkins[273]
Tina MinoruTV Linda Louise Duan[274]
Karl Mordo Chiwetel Ejiofor[275][276]
Christine Palmer4 Rachel McAdams[277][272]
Jonathan Pangborn Benjamin Bratt[278]
Stephen Strange4 Benedict Cumberbatch[279] Benedict Cumberbatch[201] Benedict Cumberbatch[245] Benedict Cumberbatch[280]
Nicodemus West Michael Stuhlbarg[281]
Wong4 Benedict Wong[282] Benedict Wong[283] Benedict Wong[284]

Introduced in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2[edit]

Ayesha Elizabeth Debicki[285]
Brahl Stephen Blackehart[286]
Charlie-27 Ving Rhames[287]
Ego Kurt Russell[286]
Gef the Ravager Steve Agee[286]
Half-Nut Jimmy Urine[286]
Mainframe Miley CyrusV C[288]
Mantis Pom Klementieff[289] Pom Klementieff[290] Pom Klementieff[291]
Martinex Michael Rosenbaum[287]
Narblik Terence Rosemore[286]
Oblo Joe Fria[286]
Aleta Ogord Michelle Yeoh[287]
Stakar Ogord Sylvester Stallone[292]
Retch Evan Jones[286]
Scrote Mike EscamillaC[293]
Taserface Chris Sullivan[286]
Tullk Tommy Flanagan[294]

Introduced in Spider-Man: Homecoming[edit]

Abraham Abraham Attah[179]
Betty Brant Angourie Rice[295] Angourie Rice[296]
Jackson Brice
Shocker
Logan Marshall-Green[179]
Charles Michael Barbieri[297]
Cindy Tiffany Espensen[298] Tiffany Espensen[299]
Mr. Cobbwell Tunde Adebimpe[300]
Aaron Davis Donald Glover[301]
Mr. Delmar Hemky Madera[300]
Mac Gargan Michael Mando[302]
Mr. Hapgood John Penick[303]
Anne Marie Hoag Tyne Daly[302]
Jason Ionello Jorge Lendeborg Jr.[297] Jorge Lendeborg Jr.[304]
Michelle "MJ" Jones Zendaya[305] Zendaya[306]
Karen Jennifer ConnellyV[209]
Ned Leeds Jacob Batalon[307] Jacob Batalon[308] Jacob Batalon[309]
Liz Laura Harrier[310]
Phineas Mason
Tinkerer
Michael Chernus[311]
Principal Morita Kenneth Choi[179]
Sally Isabella Amara[312] Isabella Amara[313]
Herman Schultz
Shocker
Bokeem Woodbine[314]
Seymour J. J. Totah[315]
Eugene "Flash" Thompson Tony Revolori[310] Tony Revolori[316]
Tiny Ethan Dizon[297] Ethan Dizon[317]
Adrian Toomes
Vulture
Michael Keaton[318]
Doris Toomes Garcelle Beauvais[319]
Ms. Warren Selenis Leyva[320]
Coach Wilson Hannibal Buress[321]

Introduced in Thor: Ragnarok[edit]

Grandmaster [c] Jeff Goldblum[174]
Hela Cate Blanchett[324][174]
Korg Taika Waititi[325] Taika Waititi[170]
Skurge Karl Urban[174]
Surtur Clancy BrownV[326]
Taika WaititiMC
Topaz Rachel House[327]
Valkyrie4 Tessa Thompson[174] Tessa Thompson[328]

Introduced in Black Panther[edit]

Linda Nabiyah Be[329]
M'Baku Winston Duke[330][250] Winston Duke[331]
N'Jadaka /
Erik "Killmonger" Stevens
Michael B. Jordan[332]
N'Jobu Sterling K. Brown[333]
Nakia Lupita Nyong'o[334]
Okoye Danai Gurira[334][335] Danai Gurira[336]
Ramonda Angela Bassett[337] Angela Bassett
Shuri Letitia Wright[338][339] Letitia Wright[340]
W'Kabi Daniel Kaluuya[249]
Xoliswa Sydelle Noel[341]
Zuri Forest Whitaker[249]

Introduced in Avengers: Infinity War[edit]

Eitri Peter Dinklage[195]
Corvus Glaive Michael James Shaw[342] Michael James Shaw
Ebony Maw Tom Vaughan-Lawlor[343] Tom Vaughan-Lawlor[344]
Proxima Midnight Carrie Coon[345]
Monique GandertonMC[346]
Monique GandertonMC[344]
Cull Obsidian Terry Notary[345] Terry Notary[344]

Introduced in Ant-Man and the Wasp[edit]

Sonny Burch Walton Goggins[244]
Bill Foster Laurence Fishburne[244]
Ava Starr
Ghost
Hannah John-Kamen[244]
Elihas Starr Michael Cerveris[347]
Uzman Divian Ladwa[347]
Jimmy Woo TV Randall Park[348]

Introduced in Captain Marvel[edit]

Att-Lass Algenis Perez Soto[349]
Bron-Char Rune Temte[349]
Carol Danvers
Captain Marvel
Brie Larson[350][351]
Mar-Vell / Wendy Lawson Annette Bening[352]
Minn-Erva Gemma Chan[353]
Maria Rambeau Lashana Lynch[354]
Monica RambeauTV Akira Akbar[355]
Soren Sharon Blynn[354] Sharon BlynnC[356]
Supreme Intelligence Annette Bening[352]
Talos Ben Mendelsohn[354] Ben MendelsohnC[356]
Yon-Rogg Jude Law[357][358]

Introduced in Avengers: Endgame[edit]

Akihiko Hiroyuki Sanada[359]
Morgan Stark Alexandra Rachael Rabe[360]

Introduced in Spider-Man: Far From Home[edit]

Quentin Beck
Mysterio
Jake Gyllenhaal[361]
Brad Davis Remy Hii[362][363]
Julius Dell J. B. Smoove[364]
Dimitri Numan Acar[365]
J. Jonah Jameson J. K. Simmons[356]

Phase Four[edit]

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Character Black Widow
(2020)
The Eternals
(2020)
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
(2021)
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
(2021)
Untitled Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel
(2021)
Thor:
Love and Thunder

(2021)

Introduced in Phase One[edit]

Jane Foster
Mighty Thor
Natalie Portman[366][367]
Natasha Romanoff
Black Widow
Scarlett Johansson[368]
Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross William Hurt[369]
Tony Stark
Iron Man
Robert Downey Jr.[370]
Thor Chris Hemsworth[366]

Introduced in Phase Two[edit]

Wanda Maximoff
Scarlet Witch
TV
Elizabeth Olsen[371]

Introduced in Phase Three[edit]

Christine Palmer Rachel McAdams[372]
Peter Parker
Spider-Man
Tom Holland[373]
Stephen Strange Benedict Cumberbatch[374]
Valkyrie Tessa Thompson[366]
Wong Benedict Wong[374]

Introduced in Black Widow[edit]

Yelena Belova
Black Widow
Florence Pugh[375][376]
Mason O-T Fagbenle[375]
Alexei Shostakov
Red Guardian
David Harbour[375]
Melina
Black Widow
Rachel Weisz[376]

Introduced in The Eternals[edit]

Ajak Salma Hayek[377]
Druig Barry Keoghan[378]
Gilgamesh Don Lee[377]
Ikaris Richard Madden[377]
Kingo Kumail Nanjiani[377]
Makkari Lauren Ridloff[377]
Phastos Brian Tyree Henry[377]
Sersi Gemma Chan[378]
Sprite Lia McHugh[377]
Thena Angelina Jolie[377]
Dane Whitman Kit Harington[378]

Introduced in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings[edit]

Mandarin Tony Leung[379]
Shang-Chi Simu Liu[380]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In June 2017, Tom Holland revealed that the child who Tony Stark saves from a drone in Iron Man 2 is Peter Parker. The child in the uncredited appearance is portrayed by Max Favreau.[23]
  2. ^ Chris Evans makes a cameo appearance in Thor: The Dark World as Loki masquerading as Captain America.[76]
  3. ^ Footage of Jeff Goldblum dancing on the set of Thor: Ragnarok as the Grandmaster appears briefly during the end credits of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.[232] Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige explained that they had the footage while completing work on Vol. 2, and "thought it would be fun to put it in there",[322] as he is the brother of the Collector, who is in Guardians of the Galaxy.[323]

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