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So after Thanos' work was undone and 2014 Thanos was defeated, Cap returned the stones to the places they were taken from. So with the 2014 timeline, he returns the Power Stone but what affect would this have? Thanos of that timeline has travelled to 2023 and been eradicated along with his entire army. So assuming Cap returned after this and not before surely that timeline would then exist without Thanos. I wonder how different that would be. It'll probably never be revisited but the moment the Power Stone was removed leaves 2023 Nebula there telling 2014 Thanos all about his future.
In the movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, these Spider-Men we saw from different dimensions form a team like the Avengers. They are consist of Miles Morales, Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Noir, Peni Parker, and Peter Porker. Plus, Spider-Man 2099 appears at the end. I hope the sequel not only has Miles, Gwen, and Spider-Man 2099 appearing, but Peter Parker, Noir, Peni, and Peter Porker as well so they could team up again.
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P.S. If you need some ideas, check out what we did with the cast of Venom.
Since the Men in Black film franchise is considered a Marvel property due to Marvel Comics having bought out Malibu Comics, which owned the Men in Black comics from Aircel, I was wondering if we could have the new film called MIB listed on this wiki. I know that it currently doesn't have Agent J or Agent K, and that it is led by different actors (Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, who coincidentally are both in Thor: Ragnarok), but it is still apart of the same franchise, and I thought it was a worthy inclusion on this wiki.
I am currently working on a brand new fanmade Marvel movie called Cable (you know, from Deadpool 2?) which is based around the origins of Cable and the consequences he has leading up with Deadpool. I literally just started working on it, it won't be complete for probably a year or two.
I'm really sorry to come back here, I can't even remember why you all hated me so much and I felt I had to leave (probably had to do with either Riptide or The Other), but I have to know and I tried asking on X-Men Movies Wiki but no one's answering me there so I have nowhere else to go to ask this and I hope you can forgive me for all those years ago.
Anyway, is Deadpool in its own continuity or is it set in the revised timeline after Days of Future Past and Apocalypse? I know they meant to make it feel detached, but is it in continuity without explicitly proving part of it, or is it its own film?
I want to know whether to categorize it as part of that universe, or just its own fun movie. (If the latter, I still won't ignore it like Origins and Logan)
Thanks to all those who contributed to this wiki. I used the contents to create this timeline of how all the characters connect across the movies.https://blog.bramp.net/post/2018/04/08/the-mcu/
I was watching Captain America: The first Avenger the other night. I saw the super serum being injected into Steve and noticed that the glass containers look a lot like the things Thor knocks over in Ragnarok when he is with Doctor Strange.
Not sure if this is connected in any way but just thought I'd I would throw this out there. Haven't heard anything about it being connected but still cool to think.
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Logan is set in an alternate timeline James Mangold recently released the script and it’s explicitly said that the Timeline of Logan divererges after the good ending of X-Men Days of futures Past.so I think the statuses of Wolverine and Professor X should be changed since this isn’t the canon Future of the X-Men cinematic universe.
Logan is set in an alternate timeline James Mangold recently released the script and it’s explicitly said that the Timeline of Logan divererges after the good ending of X-Men Days of futures Past.
Thor Ragnarok is one of the best Marvel movies. They are ready to go for the comic Marvel Thor Ragnarok. the trollrs did not say any bad things about the movie except that he said that its better than the past movies . Narrator said that Marvels got the new way to create Marvels Thor movies.
Everyone knows that Best thing to endd the trilogy story is to know that the what the story hold for all the time.
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So... I just read the artcile about the (canceled) Inhumans movie. It stated that the Inhumans have a connection with Kree. Kree was a main character in Guardians of the Galaxy. Guardians of the Galaxy is getting a sequel. Is it possible that some of the characters in Inhumans may end up in Guardians of the Galaxy 2?
According to what we know about the (semi-shoehorned in) REAL Mandarin, he seems to be something from beyond the usual. And by "usual" I'm implying "Earth". Considering that Hollywood, including MARVEL STUDIOS, are trying to gain support from and support the Chinese movie industry (Hence the villain in IRON MAN 3 was not Chinese) it seems that good ol' Mandy will NEVUH (never) be Chinese. And seemingly, that plays a part in why Marvel has not announced anything about the Mandarin's future recently (And there's the slew of other projects they're focusing on of course that STILL NEVER INCLUDES THE MANDAR--Calm down Jede).
Regarding all that, would it not be best to reach deeper into the Mandarin's mythology and pull out Maklu IV/Kakaranathara and delve into the culture behind the very Makluan Rings themselves and use the most notable partner of ol' Mandy to translate the Mandarin in an exciting and cosmic manner thus expanding the Mandarin's threat range: Fin Fang Foom?
Y'all know Triple F, the Chinese-like dragon dude who's part of a race of giant shapeshifters who can become human sized. Look-up what IRON MAN ARMORED ADVENTURES did with the Makluans/the Lakukurachas, uh, Kakaranatharans and you'll see what MARVEL STUDIOS can take from.
Bottom line; SInce what stops Mandarin from being in the movies is his potential to "offend" the Chinese movie industry, why shouldn't Fin Fang Foom be The Mandarin?
Twelve years have passed since the battle with Sandman and Venom. Peter Parker, also know as the superhero in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark. Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine – distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man – but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.
After Gwen Stacy dies at the hands of the Green Goblin left himself in hiding during after the fight with the Rhino at the end of the Amazing Spiderman 2, When Peter's parent learnt that Oscorp,the company followed by Norman Osborn, had secretly made a deal with a foreign military organization known as Hydra, Shield's mortal enemies and a parties of rouge science division organization that's under their cover as a front to bring down Captain America.