Marvel’s Cinematic Universe’s Disrupted Timeline Explained



Marvel’s cinematic universe has made significant progress. The entertainment company produced a line of super heroes successfully connecting their storylines in the Avengers. However the main problem for the company is that Disney’s Marvel doesn’t specifically own the rights to all its characters.

The Marvel comic universe as we all know is a vast universe. The Fantastic Four, Avengers and X-Men all are in one colossal interconnected universe. But with Fox having rights with the Fantastic Four and the X-Men and Disney having rights to the Avengers, this becomes quite an intricate task. The problem of amalgamating two different entertainment companies poses legal and other complicated challenges.

One such challenge is now being seen is the timeline disruption. Disney and Fox made a contract of making Spider Man join the Avengers but this breakthrough seems to have disrupted the timeline. Spiderman: Homecoming was dated in 2020 which comes as quite a surprise to the audience. Captain America: Civil War which was supposed to happen after Spiderman was set up in 2017 or 2018.

This new development has left many fans confused. Screen Rant to solve the confusion took an interview with Kevin Feige who regarding the issue said that “All of that debate has encouraged us. We are going to be publishing an official, and I’m not sure when, or in what format, an official timeline. It’ll probably be apart of ah, I don’t know, apart of an in print that you can fold out and look at. But suffice to say, only in limited cases do we ever actually say what the actual years are because we never want to be tied down to a particular year and I think people assume that whenever the movie is released is when is when the movie is taking place, and that is not the case.”

While Feige’s remarks seem a little soothing, we believe this might be a serious blunder on the part of Marvel. Let’s see what explanation do they come up with