Marvel Will Release Official MCU Timeline To Solve Continuity Issues


Marvel Will Release Official MCU Timeline To Solve Continuity Issues

This is the time period when Homecoming takes place, but it doesn't square with the presumption that Avengers took place in the year of its release, 2012. However, it was surprising that the studio has not yet spoken of what we can expect in the future, knowing that usually he is rather of the kind that we make of the teasing of insane years in advance. Feige reiterated, as he's done in past interviews, that with the exception of specific movies like the Guardians of the Galaxy films, which are dated in a precise manner, Marvel tries to keep timeline details scarce. "And we are focusing on bringing, by that point, an unprecedented, 22-movie, continuous shared fictional narrative to a conclusion in a satisfying way".

"We make these movies for people to enjoy once on opening weekend if that's what they want to do, but really, because we're more like the people who watch it over and over again, we make it for them". These are all good stories.

"As the series finale of Star Trek: The Next Generation said, 'All good things must come to an end, '" he says. By the time the fourth Avengers movie releases, it'll have been 11 years and 22 movies released as part of the MCU. "And part of what makes them special, there is a finite quality to the best of fictional stories through history".

"All of the next films by design have been built to be very different, to be very unique".

Though Feige wouldn't say when or where we'd learn this information, you can begin to connect the dots. We've seen a couple of little featurettes and behind-the-scenes videos from the set, but when will we see the first proper trailer for the new team-up movie?

Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts previously made it known that somewhere in the halls of the Marvel offices an official MCU scroll exists that plots out ever incident to occur in this universe, just so they don't make any mistakes. I spoke to Feige at the junket for Thor: Ragnarok and asked the man himself. Being constantly listening to its audience, and the studio will can be to maintain a cap that will ensure success for the coming decades, while avoiding the pitfalls of formula, which were starting to do too much too feel these last few months.