Iron Man becomes MCU’s first Movie Hall of Fame inductee

Released: 2022-12-14T11:23:25

updated: 2022-12-14T11:23:25

Iron Man was inducted into the National Film Registry, making it the first MCU inductee into the Movie Hall of Fame.

Established by the National Film Preservation Act of 1988, the National Film Registry selects 25 films each year “that showcase the breadth and diversity of America’s film heritage to raise awareness of its preservation.”

Over the last 30 years, Grease, The Exorcist, Blade Runner and more have been chosen. Last year, Shrek and The Dark Knight were added, deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically” significant enough to warrant registration.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has technically been eligible since 2018, but now it’s finally made the cut with Iron Man.

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Iron Man makes MCU history with National Film Registry

Iron Man has joined this year’s selection for the National Film Registry, marked for preservation alongside Carrie, Hairspray, The Little Mermaid, When Harry Met Sally and more.

In response to the news, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said (according to Variety): “Iron Man was the very first film that Marvel Studios independently produced. It was the first film where we had total creative control and oversight, and it was really pivotal for the studio.”

“All of our favorite movies are the ones we watch over and over again and grow up with. Just to think that we’re here, almost 15 years after Iron Man was released, and that it’s entered the film registry, tells us that it’s stood the test of time and is still relevant to audiences around the world.”

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Carla Hayden, Congressional Librarian, also said, “Movies have become an absolutely central part of American culture, helping to tell our national story for more than 125 years. We are proud to add 25 more films to the National Film Registry from a group of dynamic and diverse filmmakers while preserving our cinematic heritage.

“We are grateful to the entire film community for working with the Library of Congress to ensure these films are preserved for the future.”

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Iron Man becomes MCU’s first Movie Hall of Fame inductee

Released: 2022-12-14T11:23:25

updated: 2022-12-14T11:23:25

Iron Man was inducted into the National Film Registry, making it the first MCU inductee into the Movie Hall of Fame.

Established by the National Film Preservation Act of 1988, the National Film Registry selects 25 films each year “that showcase the breadth and diversity of America’s film heritage to raise awareness of its preservation.”

Over the last 30 years, Grease, The Exorcist, Blade Runner and more have been chosen. Last year, Shrek and The Dark Knight were added, deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically” significant enough to warrant registration.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has technically been eligible since 2018, but now it’s finally made the cut with Iron Man.

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Iron Man makes MCU history with National Film Registry

Iron Man has joined this year’s selection for the National Film Registry, marked for preservation alongside Carrie, Hairspray, The Little Mermaid, When Harry Met Sally and more.

In response to the news, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said (according to Variety): “Iron Man was the very first film that Marvel Studios independently produced. It was the first film where we had total creative control and oversight, and it was really pivotal for the studio.”

“All of our favorite movies are the ones we watch over and over again and grow up with. Just to think that we’re here, almost 15 years after Iron Man was released, and that it’s entered the film registry, tells us that it’s stood the test of time and is still relevant to audiences around the world.”

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Carla Hayden, Congressional Librarian, also said, “Movies have become an absolutely central part of American culture, helping to tell our national story for more than 125 years. We are proud to add 25 more films to the National Film Registry from a group of dynamic and diverse filmmakers while preserving our cinematic heritage.

“We are grateful to the entire film community for working with the Library of Congress to ensure these films are preserved for the future.”

You can check out our other superhero TV & Movie hubs below:

Deadpool 3 | Fantastic Four | Avengers: The Kang Dynasty | Avengers: Secret Wars | Marvel Zombies | The Miracles | Agatha: Circle of Chaos | Venom 3 | Daredevil: Born Again | Blade MCU | Captain America 4 | Avatar 2 | Across the Spider-Verse | man of steel 2

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