El Multiverso Marvel según Kevin Feige

Kevin Feige confused the public with some statements about the Marvel Multiverse and now they have had to clarify what that means.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is heading towards a great future of films with which he will explore the key concept of the MCU Phase 4according to his own Kevin Feig. This has been greatly advanced thanks to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. However, it goes far beyond the sequel to the Sorcerer Supreme. In fact, the series Loki offered the best explanation of the multiversal concept thanks to the character of Jonathan Majors. Unfortunately, that sacred timeline was destroyed at the end of the show. This led to the birth of many different timelines.

Richie Palmerproducer of Marvel StudiosI speak on the company’s official website to discuss the history of the Multiverse in the MCU. At the end of the first season of Loki, Sylvie kill a He Who Remains and thus unleashes the multiversal concept. Palmer elaborated on this event, noting that if Sylvie had not done this, the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home they couldn’t have happened the way Kevin Feige had planned. Therefore, it was key in advancing Phase 4 of the MCU.

“If the events of Loki had not taken place, if Sylvie had not done what she did, both Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home would not have been possible,” said the producer of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige’s partner. “Somehow they activated the multiversal concept or revived it at the end of Loki. This led to all the possibilities seen in the What If? series, Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Sorcerer Supreme sequel.”

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The madness of an unfathomable abyss in the UCM

During the world premiere of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, made some very confusing statements. “There is always a methodology in madness, even in the multiversal abyss,” said the executive. “MCU fans know that Loki and Sylvie did something at the end of their series that made all of this possible. He Who Remains is gone and that allowed a spell to go wrong in Spider-Man: No Way Home. This has led to the entire Multiverse going insane over this.”

Richie Palmer wanted to further clarify these confusing statements by Kevin Feige. The producer of Marvel Studios explained what really happened with that spell that he did Stephen Strange during Spider-Man: No Way Home. “Kevin was referring to the fact that if that spell had gone the way Doctor Strange thought it would, even if Peter Parker messed it up the way he did, it would really only have affected people who are within our universe. Palmer clarified. “Doctor Strange wasn’t considering that he had to worry about the other infinite universes knowing who Spider-Man is. That shouldn’t have been a factor. It was something that Strange and Wong did not know at the time. They didn’t know they had to take into account all of the alternate realities that make up the Multiverse.”


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