copyrightThe Marvel series at Disney take many licenses with the MCU
Apparently, not only will change general aspects of the MCU but even certain characters. Will another MCU be born?
spider man far from home movierulzWe are all waiting for Disney + to arrive. And not only in order to enjoy all the Disney movies but also for everything related to Star Wars or Marvel. Now, everything seems to indicate that the Marvel series that appear exclusively for that platform, could be slightly different from what we expected.
This time it was Kevin Feige, CEO of Marvel Studios, who has revealed new information about the upcoming series that will be launched for the Disney platform. He has done so using an interview related to Spider-Man: Far from Home, and in it, he confirms that his intention with these series is to "expand and link the MCU even more between different media, films, and broadcast."
What exactly does that mean? Well, in some way, will continue in the same line as those TV series we've seen on other platforms, such as the Marvel series (now canceled) that were exclusive to Netflix.
In addition, according to Feige, all the actors and all the actresses that have achieved will be ideal to create another universe with a long journey. Remember that there are names like Tom Hiddleston, Elizabeth Olsen, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, and Paul Bettany
But ... to what extent will they mark a new reference? According to Feige, to the point that they will determine what happens next in upcoming big movies: "they will change those characters in an important way, so the next appearance on the big screen will be represented by what happened in the Disney + series. "
On the other hand, according to the director, creating these series is key to being able to capture a vision of the characters closest to that of the comics. Basically, because the execution time is longer. Anyway, remember that we will still take a little while to know more about when all these series will be released. Currently, there is talk about the possibility of starting from 2020.