Phase 4 of Marvel is on a steady and unique start with Wanda Vision reclaiming the throne of top tier shows for the Marvel Studios in the entertainment business episode by episode. On the other hand, while it continues to do so, the studios continue to throw teases and glimpses of what we can expect in the future from Marvel Cinematic Universe. Whether it be in the shows, like SWORD getting a glimpse in Wanda Vision or offset with the announcement of Deadpool’s arrival along with Fantastic Four and Netflix’s Daredevil. We have to admit Marvel is in for a whole lot of entertainment as it reclaims its throne this year as the top movie producing studio.
Similarly, the most buzzed thing among all the Marvel Studios’ teases is the introduction of Multiverse in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The topic has created large numbers of theories along with a huge number of castings being teased by the studios, especially if we talk about Marvel’s Spider-Man 3’s ensemble cast and the essence of Multiverse throughout different shows and movies starting from Disney + show Wanda Vision to Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 to Doctor Strange: Multiverse Of Madness. We still don’t know what to expect from all these teases and announcements, but we have to admit that it’s gonna be a package full of entertainment with this amount of content.
So, talking about the same Multiverse in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, recently talked about continuing the whole universe even after Doctor Strange’s second installment, which is supposed to feature it as the main plot, and here we are breaking down everything Kevin Feige had to say about it.
Kevin Feige On Continuing Multiverse Even After Doctor Strange 2
Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios, recently sat on an interview with Rotten Tomatoes and confirmed that they are planning to explore the multiverse further after Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness. Kevin Feige talked about more stories to be explored in the ongoing phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how it will embrace the Multiverse.
During the interview of Kevin Feige with Rotten Tomatoes, Naz Perez from Rotten Tomatoes brought the topic of multiverse teased at the end of “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and asked Kevin Feige about their plans for using it in the future of MCU. Kevin Feige replied by referring to Doctor Strange’s second installment title, which is Multiverse of Madness, which is considered the biggest clue that the movie is set to embrace Multiverse and madness directly. Kevin Feige referred to continuing the multiverse by stating that they always like to make connections before and after the events, which in the future remains to be discovered, so the audience may expect the multiverse to continue. Still, Doctor Strange’s second installment is the only one that will directly go head-on with the Multiverse.
Kevin Feige’s statement says it all right. The multiverse is bound to play a bigger role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe apart from Doctor Strange countering it head-on in the sequel titled Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness. There is a reason Marvel Studios have now recently acquired rights to the characters that were under Sony and Fox, which includes the recently announced arrival of Ryan Reynolds starring Deadpool 3, which is now being developed at Marvel Studios rather than Fox, which originally developed the first two films of the character along with the already announced Fantastic Four for the phase 4 of Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Also, let’s not forget the hints that have been consistently given with Wanda Vision, which is set to connect with Doctor Strange: Multiverse Of Madness, another Disney+ show, Moon Knight, which is although just a rumor for now, who knows. Marvel Cinematic Universe dropping hints for multiverse can also be clearly seen in the leaked image of Wolverine’s villain’s Ogun symbol from the sets of Falcon and Winter Soldier, which may clearly suggest how the show is planning to introduce X-Men and mutants in the frame.
On the other hand, the biggest and most clear clue is the ensemble cast that is set to cameo in Marvel’s Spider-Man 3, ranging from Sam Raimi’s version of Marvel characters to Sony’s version of Marvel Characters tied along with Netflix’s Daredevil, which now also opens the door to the arrival of Netflix’s Marvel characters which includes the likes of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. Like Kevin Feige said in another interview about the presence of Netflix’s Defenders in MCU, “everything is on board,” so we can expect almost anything at the moment. Anyway, we will keep you updating everything related to Multiverse in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so stay tuned to Otakukart News.