PespiChallenge wrote: »
So we have a multiverse where Michael Keaton is Batman in the MCU as well as Vulture and can appear in the MCU and the Sonyverse.
protonmike wrote: »
Ultimately we're all just living in the Michael Keatonverse. Birdman was just breaking the 4th wall on us...
CastorTroy wrote: »
Think it's the only live action Marvel series I didn't watch.
There were originally plans for an Inhumans film in Phase 3 but was removed when they got Spider-man.
It was their answer to X-Men since they didn't have the rights. Was the reason the Inhumans came to the fore in the comics and X-Men origins started getting changed.
But now they have the rights to X-Men, dunno what will happen.
We had Inhumans in Agents of SHIELD though they'll happily ignore that if they need to.
Not sure what they're going to explain Ms. Marvel as in her series
Need a Username wrote: »
I love Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and am very happy there will always be more Coulson to watch but with the movies never acknowledging the InHumans and the Terragenisis contamination or the return of S.H.I.E.L.D. it pushed the show into an alternative timeline.
I am not expecting it to be official MCU.
I didn’t know Ms. Marvel is an InHuman. I assumed firm the name that she somehow got her powers from Captain Marvel.
EoinMcLovin wrote: »
Disney and Sony have reached a multi-year deal for the post-pay-1 release window, a pact that will make Spider-Man and other major franchises eligible to stream on Disney+ for the first timehttps://deadline.com/2021/04/disney-sony-streaming-spider-man-disney-plus-1234741215/
pixelburp wrote: »
Haven't watched the Falcon show; just never been interested in either leads stories. I was down on Wandavision but at least they were unique, eccentric and energised characters. Bucky and Sam are just generic soldier boys, even if the latter had gained the Cap America mantle in the comics.
PTH2009 wrote: »
Is that Modok thing part of the MCU or a standalone thing
Killian Scott (Dublin Murders, Damnation) is in negotiations to join Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn in Secret Invasion, the upcoming Marvel series for Disney+, Deadline has learned.
In Secret Invasion, Jackson and Mendelsohn reprise their MCU characters Nick Fury and the Skrull Talos, respectively, who first met in Captain Marvel. The crossover comic event series showcases a faction of shape-shifting Skrulls who have been infiltrating Earth for years.
The cast also is expected to include Kingsley Ben-Adir as a likely villain, Olivia Colman and Emilia Clarke. Further plot details are being kept under wraps and it’s not clear what role Scott would play. A rep for Marvel declined comment