Marvel Studios Will Release Official MCU Timeline To Address Issues

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It's fair to say that the company's presence at the convention is massive, and with fellow industry giant Disney establishing its own brand-exclusive events in D23 Expo and Star Wars Celebration, one can't help but wonder if Marvel Studios would branch out to create its own fan event that speaks specifically to its cinematic universe.

"Everything will be years after that, years before that - to the Big Bang, which is where it starts", Feige said. "I think what we try to do occasionally in San Diego [for Comic-Con], we're very proud of and think is a fun tradition". Just before The Avengers was released in 2012, Marvel issued a photo correcting a popular thought thread that suggested Iron Man, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2 and The Avengers all took place in the same year. It's out March 2019, two months before the now untitled fourth Avengers movie is due that May.


A possible "Marvel Con" is another potential project Marvel Studios could be cooking up behind closed doors.

"We are going to be publishing an official, and I'm not sure when, or in what format, an official timeline", he said. Earlier this year for instance, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 took place back in 2014, Homecoming at some point in the future presumably, and Ragnarok's placement is unclear too outside if us knowing it's "a couple of years" after Avengers: Age of Ultron.


In the past, Marvel Studios has been notorious for announcing upcoming movies and titles years in advance, but it's holding the Avengers: Infinity War sequel's title close to its chest.

We, and many other curious fans, have attempted to connect the dots to understand the current MCU timeline - including in our breakdown of how things may shake out - and so we went into our interview with the mastermind of the timeline himself today.


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