In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the television shows and movies are supposedly connected, and while the TV shows reference the movies – the movies have yet to reference any of the television shows.
That apparently isn’t going to change any time soon, either.
In a recent interview with Allocine, Kevin Feige was asked about the possibility of the Universes crossing over – and Feige had the following to say:
“Maybe someday. No plans right now. Maybe someday, but we have a lot of characters in the MCU, and one of the things that is so special about those characters on the Netflix shows is their dynamic together. They are all combining to become The Defenders later this year and are doing their own thing.”
This isn’t exactly a surprise. The only answer that’s really been given on the matter is “maybe one day” or things along those lines. Back in March, Falcon actor Anthony Mackie had some more straight forward comments on the matter:
“Different universes, different worlds, different companies, different designs. Kevin Feige is very specific about how he wants the Marvel Universe to be seen in the film world. It wouldn’t work. It wouldn’t work at all.”
Daredevil actor Charlie Cox said that he’d love to see it happen:
“I’d love that too. Those Easter eggs are thrilling to me. As they are to all of you guys, the fans. Sadly, Elden and myself have not been invited to the conversations that take place where they make those decisions. So, until we are invited to those conversations, we have no idea what’s going to happen.”
While it would definitely be a cool thing to see, it’s not looking likely for some time now. Here’s hoping it’ll happen one day.
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