It was always interconnected Marveland calling a card, its USP that soon inspired a swell of inferior imitators, but as the franchise faces bad PR like never before, is the MCU just getting too big for its boots ? That’s definitely a question we’re wondering about The Marvels.
Not only is Brie Larson’s film a sequel to about half a dozen different projects, complicated canon matters prevented it from releasing alternative transitions we’d love to see. Meanwhile, Marvel’s attempt to cut back on your homework is only causing more academic stress.
The Marvels the director admits it’s “kind of a sequel to five different things”.
Exhibit A shows why the MCU might get too big: The Marvels It is an official sequel to at least five different projects. Director Nia DaCosta admitted that it was “trial and error” as she worked out how much information to include in her film to introduce people to everything that goes into the film. DaCosta is probably referring to a controversy magnet Captain MarvelWandaVision, Ms. Marvel, Secret Invasionand Avengers: Endgameeven though you could be thrown Guardians of the Galaxy in there too, thanks to the inclusion of the Kree. And maybe Thor: Love and Thunder and Fox’s X-Men movies, but let’s not get into that for now…
Nia DaCosta reveals she wanted crossovers with Guardians 3 and Loki before Marvel vetoed it
Exhibit B: Although The Marvels He was saddled to follow up on Secret InvasionDaCosta’s original pitch with a character crossing with Guardians 3 and a thematic transition with Loki was nixed. The filmmaker has revealed his initial idea for the sequel that included “Adam Warlock and time travel”, a five-word promise that would increase the film’s popularity among hardcore Marvel fans. Unfortunately, the studio said no, denying you the chance The Marvels to have links to the most popular entries in Step Five than any. But at least we will find out what happens next Secret Invasion! Yay?
The MCU’s latest rebrand is supposed to reduce headaches, but not cause more migraines
And, finally, Exhibit C: the Marvel Spotlight brand (aka Marvel-Lite) is only a few days old but it’s already leaving fans with a bigger headache than Kingpin after Maya shot him in the face. echo to be the first project to be released under the shiny new Marvel Spotlight banner, carrying those MCU entries that require no prior knowledge. That’s all well and good, but echo is itself a direct sequel to Hawk, predecessor of Daredevil: Born Againand as part of the recovery of Netflix’s Defenders Saga that started with it Spider-Man: There’s No Way Home and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. That’s hours and hours of entertainment that you would ideally need to see to fully appreciate everything the show has going on. Maybe what Marvel Spotlight really means is “We promise you don’t have to watch Secret Invasion enjoy this.”
And that’s not even mentioning how The Marvels which was deliberately intended to be “jarring,” a bold swing if there ever was one. Expect more Marvel madness as the film’s release rolls in.
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