Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World and Guardians of the Galaxy are now available to stream on Netflix.
However, the catch is the movies are streaming in certain foreign countries.
Users are reporting on Reddit that using the Chrome "Hola Better Net" extension, the movies are accessible anywhere.
How it works is, Netflix knows the location of where you are viewing the movies based on your cpu/internet provider settings, and only certain movies are available in select countries.
The Hola extension enables users to mask and change their location via a VPN. So for example, if you are in the U.S., you can use Hola to change your location to the Netherlands and view the movies.
Apparently, Netflix has been under pressure from the movie studios as they have caught on to the trick, and Netflix may be banning users who use VPNs to access the service.
It's unclear where this falls under copyright laws as technically you are not downloading the movie, and it is "available" to stream.
So here is your fair warning: If you decide to go the Hola route, do so at your own risk.
Reportedly, the Marvel movies will be readily available on Netflix later this year.