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The hallway fight has become a work of cinematic art, but which scenes have resonated the most with the audience?
Sequels can either lift a franchise to a whole new level or, in the case of this list, come close to ruining the original.
Whether as Iron Man or just being himself, Tony Stark has amassed himself a very dangerous group of rogues, so we're looking at 20 of the deadliest!
Ant-Man and the Wasp finally introduces something to the Marvel Cinematic Universe that was teased eight years ago in Iron Man 2.
The MCU has done a lot of good things for Marvel, but they've definitely got some things wrong about the Armored Avenger!
These 15 superhero performances are the absolute worst ever, and we wouldn't have it any other way!
Many actors dream of starring in their own comic book movie, but these celebrities found that achieving this dream adversely affected their careers.
Being a superhero isn't easy, and these 15 actors thought about hanging up the tights after filming these grueling and brutal scenes.
Deleted scenes are fun for fans to watch, but they could have saved (or ruined) movies if they had remained in the film.
Black Widow may be an Avenger, but she's got a license to kill. Join CBR as we look at 15 times when she murdered someone with extreme prejudice.
While Tony might have been the first, it doesn't mean he was the best. We found 8 better Iron Men (and women) better than Tony and 7 who just suck.
Tom Holland has confirmed that a young Peter Parker actually first appeared back in 2010's Iron Man 2.
Trace Robert Downey Jr.'s journey as Tony Stark in this fan-produced tribute to Iron Man and the "Logan" trailer.
Check out the surprising connections that the two Marvel Studios and DC Films sequels have in common
Now the highest-grossing film franchise of all time, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has crossed the $10 billion threshold at the global box office.
The "Iron Man" director says there have been discussions of how he could become more involved in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A new video shows the Stark evolution in film and TV, from 1966's "The Marvel Super Heroes" to 2016's "Civil War."
Justin Theroux remembers his time working with Marvel Studios and their behind the scenes attitude towards the superheroes.