Kevin Feige confirms that there have been recent meetings to work out a common method of how to deal with the Multiverse in Marvel productions.
Before getting fully into the news we have to warn that we may talk about the end of Loki and its consequences in the Multiverse from Marvel Studios. So if you haven’t seen it yet, stop reading and then come back.
If you thought you could follow the Marvel Cinematic Universe without watching the Disney + television series, you were very wrong. Although the series are developed on the small screen, they are having a great impact on the next films. Without going any further, Loki has just broken the MCU timeline, and all Marvel movies are now going to have to face the multiverse.
What this means for Marvel’s future is, well, complicated. There are now many timelines, which means there are likely many Spider-Man and more Thor and lots Scarlet Witch in other timelines waiting to jump to the screen. And at Marvel Studios, with all its projects connected and forming part of a common tapestry, that means setting rules.
In a new interview, perhaps to the surprise of Marvel fans, the head of the company Kevin Feige confirmed that a recent meeting was held between all the powers of the House of Ideas to establish some rules. The head of Marvel Studios told the podcast D23 Inside Disney (via The Direct): “As you noted before we started recording, the multiverse is emerging in a big way.”
“There is an interconnectivity that people have already begun to see and suspect, and this morning I had a meeting with the entire team at Marvel Studios to go over the multiverse and the rules of the multiverse, and to find out exactly how to bring the emotion that surrounds the multiverse.
Because, like a lot of things in Marvel, that’s a theme – when Sam Jackson first appeared in a cameo at the end of Iron Man. I thought it would be a relatively small group of people who would get excited about that and that then we would have to educate a wider audience about what that meant and who Nick Fury was, but almost instantly, if you remember, back in the summer of 2008 – it ignited everyone’s imagination. “
The future of the MCU seems to rest heavily on the concept of shared universes. The next Disney + series will be What If…? which will explore several different versions of classic MCU stories, the trailer visuals being the same as the Loki ending timeline.
A few months later it will be released in theaters Spider-Man: No Way Home, in which Peter Parker will face versions of Doc Ock and Electro of the previous cinematic incarnations of Spider-Man. Will follow Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will include Scarlet Witch and a new heroine, America Chávez, which has the power to travel between different universes. Lastly, after debuting (in a way) at the end of Loki, Kang the Conqueror will appear in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania.
Feige also confirmed that until now at Marvel Studios they had never needed a “blackboard” to carry the continuity of the MCU, but with the multiverse now in play they realized that they might need it.
“Before we did not need [una pizarra blanca] because it was really all in our collective imagination in the studio. Right before the pandemic, we started saying, ‘You know, maybe we need a big white board,’ and then we all went into our houses. “
He also explained the method they follow when some new detail of a project affects others that are already in development: “In a series something will come up and sometimes we will have to call and say ‘Well, actually, we have to modify this, we have to change that ‘, but never to the detriment of individual projects. If that happened, we wouldn’t do it. “
Finally, Kevin Feige praised those responsible for coordinating the series:
“Mary Livanos supervised WandaVision from beginning to end, Zoie Nagelhout supervised Falcon and the Winter Soldier on the ground every day from start to finish, Kevin Wright devised much of what you like about the Loki series and was next to Kate Herron and Tom Hiddleston all the time”.
In addition, he revealed who were the people in charge of supervising the whole set: “There are people whose only task is to keep it in their head and hand it over to us, and then we have interconnected meetings very often about how things grow and evolve and Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso and I bounced between all of them ”.
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The rules of the Multiverse are being decided at Marvel Studios