(Warning: Mild spoilers for “Avengers: Endgame” observe.)
If you had been afraid the upcoming Marvel TV exhibits on Disney+ may not truly hook up with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a significant means, chill out. Judging from new feedback by Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige, continuity-hungry followers needn’t fear.
Now, followers have had good causes to suspect in any other case. Yes, a number of of the Disney+ Marvel exhibits introduced to date will deal with main characters, and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige stated final month that they’ll have “ramifications” all through the movie franchise.
But when the primary wave of Marvel Cinematic Universe TV exhibits launched again in 2013, Marvel promised that it was all linked — besides it didn’t all the time appear to be. ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” was at first affected by occasions within the MCU movies, however that relationship was strictly one-way and now the present roughly appears to happen in its personal timeline. And the now-canceled Netflix exhibits that kicked off in 2015 with “Daredevil” had been notable for having virtually no connection in anyway to the movies.
However, throughout a Reddit AMA Wednesday morning, Feige was requested outright by one person, “How much will the Disney+ shows weave into the films?” His reply: “Totally and completely.”
So there you go: Way extra particular than “ramifications.”
Of course, we’ll go away it to you to take a position what he means by “totally and completely.” The exhibits introduced to date embrace “WandaVision,” that includes Vision and the Scarlet Witch, “Loki,” “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” and an untitled present about Hawkeye. And for these retaining rating after the loopy occasions of “Avengers: Endgame,” Vision stays useless, a time journey duplicate model of Loki from 2012 escaped with the Space Stone, and Hawkeye, Falcon and Winter Soldier, and Scarlet Witch are all alive.
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