We know that Disney+ has multiple upcoming Marvel shows in the works and we’ve been hearing that they will directly tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe from Kevin Feige, and now another key producer from the franchise is weighing in. Mary Livanos who tackled ‘Captain Marvel’ and is working on ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ is sharing exactly how connected they plan on having them be. That being said, we’ve been hearing that “It’s all connected” for years and the television shows have all been shunned by the films to date outside of ‘Agent Carter.’
Of course, with Marvel Studios directly working on the new Disney+ shows we’ve been hearing comparisons to the Marvel One-Shots and with the actors from the films involved you can’t argue that they won’t finally be connected.
According to Livanos:
“No I don’t think so. They will directly affect the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in some very real ways. That’s what makes the opportunity to segue into the streaming space so attractive to us at Marvel Studios. You can really tell, like a full comic book event, like a multi-issue story from the point of storytelling.”
This is the key takeaway here is that the Disney+ shows “will directly affect the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in some very real ways.” It sounds like we’ll be seeing some things happening on the big screen that will be either introduced on Disney’s new streaming service or be fleshed out there. Considering ‘Loki,’ ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier,’ and ‘WandaVision’ all could tie into what has happened since ‘Avengers: Endgame’ it could easily help change the next round of MCU movies.
Are you looking forward to the new shows on Disney+? Do you feel the MCU will finally live up to the tagline of “It’s All Connected” with at least the new shows? Share your thoughts in the comments below, True Believers
Source: Comic Book