The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) media franchise features many fictional elements including locations, weapons, and artifacts. While many of these features are based on elements that originally appeared in the American comic books published by Marvel Comics, some features were created specifically for the MCU.

Locations

Earth

Set of Captain America: The First Avenger in Manchester, England
The opening sequence of Avengers: Age of Ultron was filmed at the Fort Bard fortified complex in Bard, Italy.[26]
The opening sequence of Avengers: Age of Ultron was filmed at the Fort Bard fortified complex in Bard, Italy.[26]
Greenwich Village, location of the New York Sanctum.[46]
Greenwich Village, location of the New York Sanctum.[46]
Ostankino Tower inspired the design of the Red Room.[59]
Ostankino Tower inspired the design of the Red Room.[59]
Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, location of the Stark Expo.[65]
Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, location of the Stark Expo.[65]
Tønsberg Wharf in Tønsberg, Norway, where New Asgard is located.[45]
Tønsberg Wharf in Tønsberg, Norway, where New Asgard is located.[45]
In the MCU, Wakanda is located just north of Lake Turkana, at a point bordering Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and South Sudan.[76]
In the MCU, Wakanda is located just north of Lake Turkana, at a point bordering Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and South Sudan.[76]

Space

Hypothetical illustration of an ice planet
Hypothetical illustration of an ice planet

Nine Realms

See also: Nine Realms

Iceland doubled as Svartalfheim in Thor: The Dark World.[109]
Iceland doubled as Svartalfheim in Thor: The Dark World.[109]

Multiverse

Main article: Multiverse (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Dimensions

Hearst Castle inspired the design of the Citadel at the End of Time.[116]
Hearst Castle inspired the design of the Citadel at the End of Time.[116]
The Atlanta Marriott Marquis was used to portray the TVA Headquarters.[137]
The Atlanta Marriott Marquis was used to portray the TVA Headquarters.[137]

Objects

Vehicles

A typical Ford Econoline
A typical Ford Econoline
A restored Harley-Davidson WLA
A restored Harley-Davidson WLA
The Shanghai maglev train

Suits

A cosplay of the Black Panther suit at FanimeCon 2018
A cosplay of the Black Panther suit at FanimeCon 2018
The Maasai people of Kenya (top) inspired about 80% of the design of the Dora Milaje, Wakanda's all-female special forces (bottom).[171]

Weapons

The shield, as depicted in the MCU, being held by Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, who portray Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes respectively, at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con.
The shield, as depicted in the MCU, being held by Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, who portray Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes respectively, at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con.
A model of the Infinity Gauntlet at the 2018 Atlanta Comic-Con
A model of the Infinity Gauntlet at the 2018 Atlanta Comic-Con
Mjölnir, as depicted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, being held by Natalie Portman, who portrays Jane Foster, at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con
Mjölnir, as depicted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, being held by Natalie Portman, who portrays Jane Foster, at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con

Artifacts

Infinity Stones

Main article: Infinity Stones

See also: Infinity Gems

Creatures

Trixter looked at wombats for inspiration when designing the appearance of Morris.[135]
Trixter looked at wombats for inspiration when designing the appearance of Morris.[135]

Magic

Artificial Intelligences

Elements

Projects and initiatives

Terms and phrases

Substances

Technologies

A Motorola LX2 pager
A Motorola LX2 pager
The Northrop Grumman Bat, a typical weaponized reconnaissance drone
The Northrop Grumman Bat, a typical weaponized reconnaissance drone

Others

Hubble photography inspired the visual effects of the Bifrost.[112]
Hubble photography inspired the visual effects of the Bifrost.[112]
Surma person with arm scarification
Surma person with arm scarification

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Russian: Желание, ржавый, семнадцать, рассвет, печь, девять, добросердечный, возвращение на родину, один, товарный вагон

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