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“It’s All Connected” is a phrase that Marvel Studios and Marvel TV have been repeating for years, but that’s only been slightly true. Marvel shows on both ABC and Netflix have had minor references to the Marvel Cinematic Universe at large, but none were the epic crossovers that we were promised.
However, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige promises that this will change for the Disney+ Marvel shows. The upcoming streaming platform will feature new titles featuring new and familiar superhero faces, and will be inarguably “connected” to the MCU.
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With high-profile superheroes and Avengers getting their own Disney+ Marvel shows, it seems obvious that they would be tied to the MCU at large. Loki, The Vision and Scarlet Witch, and a Winter Soldier/Falcon series are three of the confirmed Disney+ shows thus far, with more reportedly in development. /Film’s Peter Sciretta spoke to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige about his plans for the Disney+ Marvel shows, which he confirms will be developed as part of the “post-[Avengers: Endgame] MCU.”
“It will be MCU proper. Sometimes it will take place as Captain Marvel did in a time before current events, sometimes it will take place during. What I will say, whatever happens in those, in those shows and with characters that have been in the films, they’ll undergo transformations, not Loki necessarily, but will undergo transformations in their series and those transformations will be reflected in their next film appearances because we’ve been developing long form narrative stories for Disney plus at the exact same time that we’ve been developing a post-[Avengers: Endgame] MCU, we’ve been able to...
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