27 Secrets in Marvel Movies you might not Notice

Movies always have some minor details which one can miss, if not paying close attention. The absolute best way to please both the diehard comic fan and the casual movie-goer alike is to sneak in these hidden details.

So take a peek at some great hidden Secrets in movies you may have missed, then rewatch some of these amazing movies in a whole new way.

Spider-Man: Homecoming (Photo of a Commando who served with Captain America in The First Avenger)

Peter Parker’s principal in Spider-Man: Homecoming is Principal Morita, who has a photo in his office of his grandfather Jim Morita, a Howling Commando who served with Captain America in The First Avenger. Actor Kenneth Choi portrayed both characters.

Classroom in Spider-Man: Homecoming features posters of several pioneering scientists including Bruce Banner

Thor: Ragnarok features a play within a movie, and the production stars Matt Damon as Loki, Sam Neill as Odin, and Luke Hemsworth as Thor.

In Ant-Man, one of the individuals attempting to buy Pym Particles from Darren Cross is sporting a barely-visible Ten Rings tattoo on his neck, a callback to the terrorist organization from the first

The Quantum Realm in Ant-Man is visually stimulating, but the distinct outline of Janet van Dyne, the Wasp, can be seen in the background of one frame

­Ant-Man lands on a car and startles him, that man is played by Garrett Morris, the first actor who ever portrayed Ant-Man back in a 1979

Outside of the Sakaarian gladiator arena in Thor: Ragnarok, the sculptures of Beta Ray Bill, Bi-Beast, and Ares, God of War

Staff of the Living Tribunal in Doctor Strange is the most powerful entities the entirety of Marvel comic book continuity

Before he made his debut in Thor: Ragnarok, Grandmaster appeared as an easter egg in the credits of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Doctor Strange busts out a lot of tricks against Thanos in Infinity War, but the coolest by far were the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak, which went unnamed but obvious to any comic reader

In Thor: Ragnarok, Bruce Banner wears one of Tony Stark Duran Duran shirts featuring the artwork from the album that “Hungry Like The Wolf” was on foreshadowing his eventual showdown with Fenris Wolf

Comic book version of Drumm is a ghost

The Master of the New York Sanctum in Doctor Strange is Daniel Drumm, and although he quickly dies, that actually makes sense—the comic book version of Drumm is a ghost who follows his brother, Doctor Voodoo, around.

The owner of the pizza shop that takes Bruce Banner in in The Incredible Hulk is the same actor who voiced Bruce Banner in the 1966 Hulk cartoon

When Tony calls James Rhodes in the first Iron Man his ringtone is the theme to the 1966 Iron Man cartoon

The theme actually pops up in different variations throughout the series in clever ways.

The main man and body of the 70s TV Hulk makes an appearance as a security guard in The Incredible Hulk

During his war bonds skit Cap punches an actor dressed as Hitler in the face. This is a direct reference to the cover for Captain America #1

General Ross dusts off a Stark Industries branded liquid serum to give Blonsky, revealing the name Dr. Reinstein

In comic cannon, Reinstein was the man who administered the Super Soldier Serum to Steve Rogers making him into Captain America.

Weapons PLUS is also a Marvel reference to the Weapon's program that brought us Wolverine, (Weapon X) and Deadpool etc. Just don't tell Fox.

The noted Marvel writer appears as one of the men trying to lift Mjolnir in Thor

In The Avengers, the various grunts, groans, and iconic lines are voiced by Lou Ferrigno, the iconic star of the original 70s show

Howard the duck made his Marvel comeback in the final credit scene in Guardians of the Galaxy

In Avengers two ravens are seen when Thor first catches up with Loki, presumably Odin s pet watchmen

Earth Mightiest Heroes, Tony Stark actually says the tagline of The Avengers when chatting with Loki in Avengers

As Tony looks through his father’s belongings he lifts some papers and briefly reveals a corner of an old Captain America cover

Papa Stark was actually instrumental to Captain America becoming the super hero we know today.

Aldrich Killian’s (Guy Pearce) company in Iron Man 3 is Advanced Idea Mechanics, a huge criminal organization in the comics that is sometimes aligned with Hydra

The map at the end of Iron Man 2 has certain parts highlighted, one seeming to indicate Africa (Black Panther) and another in the Atlantic Ocean (Namor)

During the opening talks with Senator Stern, Tony says he would not mind being given the Secretary of Defense position, a position he in fact holds in the comics

Scarlett Johanssen’s Black Widow wears a teeny tiny Hawkeye arrow necklace in Captain America: Winter Soldier

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