The Most Iconic Lines Of The Marvel Cinematic Universe
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13 Of The Most Iconic Lines From​ The Marvel Cinematic Universe

We all know that Marvel has some of the best lines we've seen in superhero movies.

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13 Of The Most Iconic Lines From​ The Marvel Cinematic Universe

The MCU is filled with some of the most iconic and famous lines! Most people have heard at least one from this list. When you have amazing characters making the most of a scene with their amazing line, it becomes famous in no time. Some of these have been repeated in other films in the MCU, seeing as some are usually a character's catchphrase. See if you recognize any.

1. "I could do this all day."

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-Steve Rogers. "Captain America: The First Avenger"

2. "Wakanda forever."

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-T'Challa. "Black Panther"

3. "We have a Hulk."

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-Tony Stark. "The Avengers"

4. "Dormammu, I've come to bargain."

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-Stephen Strange. "Doctor Strange"

5. "That's my secret, Cap. I'm always angry."

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-Bruce Banner. "The Avengers"

6. "I am Groot."

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-Groot. "Guardians of the Galaxy"

7. "Mr. Stark!"

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-Peter Parker. "Captain America: Civil War" (or any MCU movie Spider Man is in)

8. "I'm with you till the end of the line, pal."

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-Bucky Barnes. "Captain America: Winter Soldier"

9. "I'm Mary Poppins, y'all!"

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-Yondu. "Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2"

10. "I am Iron Man."

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-Tony Stark. "Iron Man"

11. "Language!"

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-Steve Rogers. "Avengers: Age of Ultron"

"This drink, I like it! Another!"

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-Thor. "Thor"

13. "I understood that reference."

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-Steve Rogers. "The Avengers"

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