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Will WandaVision Season 2 Happen? Kevin Feige Gives His Answer

Will WandaVision Season 2 Happen? Kevin Feige Gives His Answer
While you would think events going on in Loki would be enough to take Marvel fans' minds off the evergreen question of whether we will be getting a second season of WandaVision, as Kevin Feige discovered today while doing a Q&a session at Paleyfest's virtual panel, it seems that until someone gives them a definitive answer, there's no of getting away from it. Asked by a fan if the WandaVision story would be continuing in some capacity, which we all know means "Is there going to be a second season?", Feige was happy to be completely vague, but at least gave a little something to mull over as well.

While he was not about to lay open the plans of the McU's future surprises, he said, "Yes to an evolution of storyline; probably and inevitably in many different capacities." The Marvel Studios chief then followed this by confirming that
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Loki Episode 2 Ending Explained

Loki Episode 2 Ending Explained
With episode two of Loki only just hitting Disney+, it would be madness to believe it would give us anything huge and potentially devastating to the future of the MCU this early on. However, considering we are talking about a series centering on the God of Mischief, and it looks like we should perhaps begin to expect the unexpected. By the end of episode two, not only have we had a much rumored villain be confirmed, but perhaps we have also seen the creation of the multiverse that will bear heavily on the upcoming Phase Four movies. Spoilers are most definitely coming.

The climax of Loki's second episode left us with our first taste of the much expected Lady Loki's arrival in the universe, but what was more surprising was her seemingly creating the Multiverse of Madness that Doctor Strange will come up against in his new solo outing next year,
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Captain America 4, WandaVision & Loki Stars Appear in New Hyundai Commercials

Captain America 4, WandaVision & Loki Stars Appear in New Hyundai Commercials
The stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have appeared in an unexpected place. Namely, a couple of new Hyundai commercials. Anthony Mackie of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Elizabeth Olsen of WandaVision have appeared in a pair of ads for the automaker as Captain America and Wanda Maximoff, respectively. The ads feature both actors in costume and fully in character. Loki also appears in one of the commercials, which was the first to launch at Hyundai and has already racked up more than 2 million views worldwide.

Anthony Mackie's Captain America, who debuted in the final episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, shows up in a commercial to save a man on the street. We see him in his brand new costume, whipping his shield at someone and taking him out while shouting "heads up." He then concludes by saying, "Why do we say heads up when we really mean duck?
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So, Is There A Second Season Of ‘WandaVision’? Marvel Boss Kevin Feige Responds

So, Is There A Second Season Of ‘WandaVision’? Marvel Boss Kevin Feige Responds
Marvel Studios president and chief creative officer Kevin Feige on Wednesday was asked the question on everyone’s minds: Will WandaVision get a Season 2?

Technically, the question from an audience member at the virtual Paley Dialogue session with Feige was if he foresees a continuation of WandaVision or an evolution in storyline in different capacities.

“Yes to an evolution of storyline; probably and inevitably in many different capacities,” responded Feige, reiterating what we already know: that Wanda Maximoff will star in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness next year.

“That’s the first place where that story will continue but there will be other places,” Feige teased.

WandaVision, which is being pushed heavily for Emmy season, is the third most watched Disney+ premiere according to SambaTV,which measures streaming viewership in 3 million U.S. Smart TV terrestrial households, pulling in 1.6M viewers in its Live+4 ratings. Over that period,
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Loki Almost Became a Marvel One-Shot Long Before Disney+ Series

Loki Almost Became a Marvel One-Shot Long Before Disney+ Series
After seven long days since the premiere, Loki is getting ready to unleash its second episode tonight on Disney+, and will continue to wreak chaos in the current MCU timeline. The studio had since geared up with virtual press rounds, merchandise releases, and teaser clips from the show to promote it and validate the precedented acclaim and response the show has been receiving.

We are all well aware that Loki's little stint in Avengers: Endgame has sent the flow of time into disarray after the 2012 variant of the character, the one we saw in The Avengers (2012), took the Tesseract and escaped custody. Yes, Captain America did put every other stone back in its place, closing all the loops, but, the tesseract he put back was from the 1970s, which he and Stark stole after Loki took off with 2012 one. As a result, Loki has opened branches of many alternate realities
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When Does Loki Take Place in the MCU Timeline? It's Complicated

When Does Loki Take Place in the MCU Timeline? It's Complicated
Loki premiered recently marking the third live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe series to arrive on Disney+. While both WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier brought forth their own mysteries in their early episodes, Loki has presented fans with a seemingly simple question; when does the show take place in the MCU timeline? To put it lightly, it's complicated. But we may have just been handed a huge clue, which is hiding in plain sight.

As noted by Reddit user Wallbreaker-g on the MarvelStudiosPlus subreddit, "Marvel Studios' Loki isn't featured in Disney Plus 'Timeline Order' to detail the fact that the series is in a completely different timeline." The Marvel section of Disney+ breaks down the MCU in various ways. Fans can watch by Phase, or they can do so in chronological order. Yet the MCU Timeline Order section on Disney+, as noted by Wallbreaker-g, omits Loki entirely. But, it
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Morbius Brings the Living Vampire Into the MCU Claims Tyrese Gibson

Morbius Brings the Living Vampire Into the MCU Claims Tyrese Gibson
Apparently it is true. Morbius is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At least according to Tyrese Gibson, who stars in the upcoming Marvel Comics adaptation alongside Jared Leto's "Living Vampire." It has been suspected for some time that the movie will have at least some ties to the larger MCU, as Michael Keaton's Adrian Toomes, aka Vulture, made an unexpected appearance at the end of the first trailer. While there is still much to be revealed, Gibson has now dumped some additional fuel on the fire.

#Morbius star Tyrese Gibson says the movie is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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What Is Kevin Feige's Star Wars Movie About? Loki Writer Offers Early Insight

What Is Kevin Feige's Star Wars Movie About? Loki Writer Offers Early Insight
Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron has now offered some insight into his and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige's Star Wars movie, which is shrouded in mystery. Though Waldron maintains the project's mystery, he could not help but compare his first foray into Star Wars with the MCU, revealing that his adventure in a galaxy far, far away will once again focus on a family of great characters within the epic scope.

"I think the success of the MCU is, for all the amazing science-fiction and concepts and all that stuff; ultimately the success is built upon the characters, their humanity, their very relatable conflicts, friendships, and the family that is the MCU. And I think Star Wars, at its best, is a story about family. Han, Luke, and Leia were a family; you love seeing them together, and you hated it when they were split apart.
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What Is Kevin Feige's Star Wars Movie About? Loki Writer Offers Early Insight

What Is Kevin Feige's Star Wars Movie About? Loki Writer Offers Early Insight
Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron has now offered some insight into his and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige's Star Wars movie, which is shrouded in mystery. Though Waldron maintains the project's mystery, he could not help but compare his first foray into Star Wars with the MCU, revealing that his adventure in a galaxy far, far away will once again focus on a family of great characters within the epic scope.

"I think the success of the MCU is, for all the amazing science-fiction and concepts and all that stuff; ultimately the success is built upon the characters, their humanity, their very relatable conflicts, friendships, and the family that is the MCU. And I think Star Wars, at its best, is a story about family. Han, Luke, and Leia were a family; you love seeing them together, and you hated it when they were split apart.
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Spider-Man: No Way Home Won't Stop Trolling Fans Eagerly Awaiting the Trailer

Spider-Man: No Way Home Won't Stop Trolling Fans Eagerly Awaiting the Trailer
With some fans expecting a Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer to arrive today, it seems that the official Twitter handle for the movie just couldn't resist trolling those eagerly awaiting the first real glimpse of the latest outing for Tom Holland's Peter Parker.

This morning, @SpiderManMovie retweeted a meme showing a branching road marked, "Omg Its Coming Today At 9Am Est" on a right turning car labelled "Spider-man twitter" veering towards it. The other option of the road is marked "Don't guess and just wait for the trailer". With the meme, they posted the comment, "pls keep left", meaning that for now, there is not trailer to be seen.

pls keep left https://t.co/R6NV1NnqXZ

Spider-Man: No Way Home (@SpiderManMovie) June 9, 2021

The original poster of the meme, Spider-Man No Way Home News and Countdown, replied to the post asking, "For how long exactly though?" Of course,
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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was completely rewritten “from scratch” after Sam Raimi’s hiring

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was completely rewritten “from scratch” after Sam Raimi’s hiring
15 years on from Spider-Man-3, director Sam Raimi makes his return to the Marvel universe next year with the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the fan-favourite filmmaker having stepped in as a late replacement for Doctor Strange helmer Scott Derrickson who left the project due to creative differences with Marvel Studios. […]

The post Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was completely rewritten “from scratch” after Sam Raimi’s hiring appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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Loki: Owen Wilson’s Agent Mobius Has Deep Marvel Roots

Loki: Owen Wilson’s Agent Mobius Has Deep Marvel Roots
After an extra month of waiting, we’re finally at the fireworks factory that is Marvel’s Loki. Tom Hiddleston returns, using his time-travel cameo in Avengers: Endgame to sidestep the fact that Loki died a heroic death in Avengers: Infinity War. Despite sneaking away with the Tesseract in a revised version of the first Avengers movie, things don’t work out so well for our easily-annoyed villain.

And now…he’s stuck running suicide missions with the Time Variance Authority. What a way for a god to spend his days.

The show seems to be making its way towards a buddy cop route with the addition of Owen Wilson. It’s the kind of casting that has you saying, “Wait, is this Owen Wilson’s first time in one of these? How has it taken so long for Owen Wilson to get a role in a Marvel movie?”

Personally,
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Elizabeth Olsen Confirms WandaVision Isn't Getting a Season 2, but There Is Good News

Elizabeth Olsen Confirms WandaVision Isn't Getting a Season 2, but There Is Good News
WandaVision premiered on Disney+ on Jan. 15, and we were instantly hooked. The episodes are packed with just the right amount of nostalgia and mystery as Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) live out a real-life sitcom in the seemingly perfect town of Westview. Following the wild finale, we were curious to know if the series would have a second season, but unfortunately, it seems like that isn't the case.

During a chat with Kaley Cuoco for Variety's Actors on Actors video series, Olsen confirmed that the show won't have a second season. "It's definitely a limited series," she said. The good news is that this isn't the last we'll see of Wanda. The series is meant to lead straight to the upcoming MCU film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will star Olsen as Wanda. However, with Marvel, nothing is ever set in stone, as she added,
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Kang the Conqueror is Probably Gonna Show Up on ‘Loki’ At Some Point, Right?

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Kang the Conqueror is Probably Gonna Show Up on ‘Loki’ At Some Point, Right?
(This article actually does Not contain any “Loki” spoilers.)

We are still in the very early stages of the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so the big picture remains pretty foggy. “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter” didn’t shed much light on things. And otherwise we don’t know what’s coming aside from a list of titles and bits of casting news.

One thing we’ve known for a while, though, is that the MCU’s version of the multiverse is coming. It’s a major factor in “Loki” on Disney+, and it will of course be key in the “Doctor Strange” sequel that literally has the word “multiverse” in the title.

And it makes sense for the emergence of the multiverse to be the next big long-term issue in the MCU for the foreseeable future, similar to how the Infinity Stones were at the
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Loki: What is a Nexus Event?

Loki: What is a Nexus Event?
This article contains spoilers for Loki episode 1.

Loki episode 1 “Glorious Purpose” has a lot of exposition to get through. Throwing the Marvel franchise’s God of Mischief into the orderly bureaucratic nightmare that is the Time Variance Authority is a fun idea. But dealing with time travel on any level creates some storytelling headaches.

Thankfully, Loki breakout star Miss Minutes (voiced by Tara Strong) arrives early on in the proceedings to provide a helpful explanation on what the Tva is and how they keep the Sacred Timeline sacred. Using animation straight out of a 1960s public service announcement, Miss Minutes details how the universe was once dominated by multiple timelines vying for supremacy until the Time Keepers stepped in to sort everything out.

Now the Tva makes sure the Sacred Timeline runs smoothly and stamps out any threats. But what kind of threats are there to the Sacred Timeline, exactly?
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Loki’s Success Hinges on Marvel TV’s New Storytelling Strategy

Loki’s Success Hinges on Marvel TV’s New Storytelling Strategy
This article contains Loki spoilers.

Now that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has gotten all timey-wimey, it’s not so simple to keep track of this massive franchise’s order of events. With Loki, the latest Marvel TV show to premiere on Disney+, Phase Four is delving even further into time travel, a narrative concept first properly introduced to the MCU in Avengers: Endgame when our titular heroes traveled back into their own timelines to collect the Infinity Stones needed to defeat Thanos.

For the most part, Endgame didn’t mess with the MCU’s own timeline, but rather tried to slot its timey-wimey shenanigans into the spaces of its established chronology. In the first episode of Loki, Agent Mobius (Owen Wilson) even tells Loki that all of the time travel done by the Avengers was part of the Sacred Timeline. It was all “meant” to happen, so it’s fine.
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Avengers Campus Is Officially Open at Disney's California Adventure Theme Park

Avengers Campus Is Officially Open at Disney's California Adventure Theme Park
Disney is constantly creating some of the most immersive lands and theme attractions for their parks. The company's most recent feat is Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, which opened at both Disneyland and Disney World in Orlando, Fl. It only makes sense that Disney would create a land based around arguably their biggest franchise, the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now, Disney Parks visitors can visit Avengers Campus to begin their own journey into the world of Marvel.

On June 2, Disney held an opening ceremony which also live streamed on the Disney Parks YouTube channel. The opening ceremony began with Disney Parks head Josh D'Amaro and Disney CEO Bob Chapek welcoming everyone and sharing in the excitement of the new Avengers themed land. Next came Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, who stated how bringing a Disney land to life fulfilled a childhood dream of his.

Feige stated that Avengers Campus will never be complete
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WandaVision Season 2 Isn't Happening, Elizabeth Olsen Confirms It Was a Limited Series

WandaVision Season 2 Isn't Happening, Elizabeth Olsen Confirms It Was a Limited Series
Those still holding out hope for WandaVision season 2 may need to put that to bed. Elizabeth Olsen, who led the Marvel Cinematic Universe show as Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch, alongside Paul Bettany's Vision, has stated that the show is a limited series. There are no plans for a second season and, if such plans ever emerged, she would be shocked.

Elizabeth Olsen recently appeared on an episode of the Actors on Actors web series. She and The Flight Attendant star Kaley Cuoco discussed one another's shows. They both had a great deal of affection for one another's work. As such, Cuoco asked if she thinks they are going to do WandaVision season 2. Olsen flatly responded with a confident "no." She then elaborated a bit saying, "It's definitely a limited series,"

"I mean, I'm saying that. I don't know. I mean, with Marvel, you can never say no.
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Loki Episode 1 Review (Spoiler-Free)

Loki Episode 1 Review (Spoiler-Free)
And you may ask yourself, “Am I right? Am I wrong?” And you may say to yourself, “My God! What have I done?”

Anticipation for Marvel’s Loki has been sky high ever since the show was first announced. WandaVision broke hearts and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier broke boundaries, but Loki has promised to break our brains with a sprawling, time travel-heavy plot that might have massive consequences for the MCU multiverse in upcoming entries like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Make no mistake, there’s a ton of complex stuff going down in the first episode of Loki, but as Owen Wilson’s Mobius M. Mobius cheerily tells the baffled God of Mischief as the first episode unfolds: “you’ll catch up.”

We really gotta, and fast, because the Loki of Loki is a version of the character that we
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