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The MCU Becomes More Epic When Edited to “We Will Rock You”

The MCU Becomes More Epic When Edited to “We Will Rock You”

Queen is one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Some fans have known their music from going way back when, but for some, the introduction was the 1980 movie Flash Gordon. For others, it was in 1992 with Wayne’s World. Today’s younger Marvel Cinematic Universe fans can understand why Queen is so awesome with this fan edit of the MCU set to “We Will Rock You.”

Via Twitter user @reyestarkk, this video edited by Ivan Burgueno, a.k.a. Trailer Blend, takes the most action-packed moments of the last ten years in Marvel movies and sets them to the song which has riled up sports fans for decades. While the highlights are great, it’s how they are put together that’s really amazing. For example, the lyric “gonna be a big man someday” has shots of both Giant Man and a pre-serum Steve Rogers. “Waving your banner all over the place” of course has the Hulk destroying Ultron drones. Underneath the main track is a mix of different Marvel scores to amp up how epic everything feels. The music of the MCU is not as iconic as Star Wars, but when it’s used right, it’s awesome.

Another kudos goes to Ivan for making sure the Netflix shows are included. We are still holding out hope for an eventual Daredevil/Spider-Man team-up, and this could be the closest we get to one.

The first “We Will Rock with You” edit was so popular, Burgueno’s made a sequel:

After ten years, the MCU is still inspiring fans all around the world. Who knows what type of creativity the next then will bring?

What do you think? What was your favorite scene/lyric combo? What other songs do you think the MCU would benefit from collaborating with? Let us know in the comments below.

Image: Marvel Studios

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