Marvel Movies on Netflix: 2021 Update

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By Scott Woods | More Articles Fantasy & Sci-Fi Writer Superhero fanatic & Sci-fi enthusiast aspiring one day to become the next billionaire, genius, playboy & philanthropist.
June 02, 2021  04:34 PM

If you’re rolling around on your back like a helpless turtle, clawing at the remote like Gollum and simply praying that a precious film will reveal itself when you’re next looking through Netflix, then look no further. 

Now let’s start with some bad news. You won’t find any of the Marvel films that are part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as they will be found exclusively on the Disney Channel.

However, there is still a great selection of Marvel films and shows available for your viewing pleasure in 2021! Enjoy!


Marvel Movies on Netflix

Spider-Man Far From Home

spider-man far from home with mysterio

Despite Disney and Sony announcing that they will one day soon be showing Spider-Man on the Disney channel, alongside the other characters of The Marvel Cinematic Universe; You can currently find Tom Hollands Spider-Man: Far From Home on Netflix!

Hulk

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Before Disney bought Marvel in 2009, Marvel ended up selling the rights of its characters to different studios, Universal Studios purchased the rights to the hulk, meaning that viewers can watch Ang Lee’s Hulk Movie on Netflix.


The Incredible Hulk

The incredible hulk 2008

Despite this film technically being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Universal has allowed Disney to be a part of it despite it still owning the character. Therefore you can still view Edward Norton’s excellent portrayal of the world’s angriest hero fight against Abomination before Mark Ruffalo took over.

Deadpool

deadpool film on netflix

Despite Disney’s ownership over the character since the acquisition of Fox in 2020, it seems that our favorite R Rated hero may still be a tad naughty for a family channel and therefore Deadpool fans can still watch this on Netflix!


Ghost Rider

ghost rider film with nicholas cage

Remember when Nicholas Cage made a deal with the devil? Not so he could appear in every movie ever made, but so he could ride a flaming motorbike and show demons the sins of their souls! Ghost Rider is currently on Netflix.


Daredevil

daredevil on netflix

If you still have a bad taste in your mouth from Ben Affleck’s portrayal of Matt Murdock in Daredevil 2003, Then you’re in luck. The show lasted three seasons, and despite receiving a lot of praise from fans, was then canceled. This TV series depicts a darker version of our horned hero that is truer to the comic books as well as an array of incredibly choreographed fight scenes and an extraordinary performance of The Kingpin from Vincent D’onofrio.

Iron Fist

iron fist on netflix

After living in the mystical city of K’un-Lun for 15 years, Danny Rand has been chosen as the man dipping his hands in dragon blood and harnessing the chi of the Ironfist to come back to new york, reclaim his father’s empire, and defeat the underground group - The Hand.

Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones on Netflix

A moody alcoholic private investigator with incredible levels of super strength. The last person you want at your birthday party, but perhaps the first Marvel character to keep you company this weekend?

Luke Cage

Luke Cage on Netflix

Originally starring as a sidekick in the Jessica Jones TV series, we see the man with indestructible skin have his own solo series as he becomes Marvel Comics Power-Man.


The Punisher

The punisher on netflix

After being so well received from his cameo appearances in Daredevil. You can see Frank Castle seek vengeance on villains in a far more brutal and violent way than any other Marvel hero!

The Defenders

the defenders on netflix

As part of their own mini-universe. You can watch Iron Fist, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage all team up together to fight against a sinister conspiracy within New York.

Related: Is Batman Beyond on HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime? Where to Watch and Stream Online

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Scott Woods Scott has wanted to be a Superhero from the age of 2. However, due to the lack of radioactive spiders and cosmic storm clouds in his neighbourhood, he settled to write about them instead. When he's not writing, he loves practising The Wim Hof Method and Meditation.
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