A plan to bring them all together
Bringing Marvel stories to life through the big screen has undoubtedly been one of the best ideas that have been had in recent film history. What started timidly and without fully knowing how it would work ended up creating a whole franchise of world-famous titles that helped two things: continue to maintain the emotion and loyalty of comic book lovers and at the same time open up to new generations who do not they had never given paper a chance.
Currently we thus have a good number of films that have been gaining over time in emotion, special effects and budget, to speak of the enormous expectation generated by each of their releases. Avengers: Endgame It also meant the end of an era – although technically the saga ends with the next, the Spider-Man movie – and it was a mass phenomenon that has set the bar very high for the next great stage of Marvel Studios.
It has been touched and hurt by the pandemic in 2020, but at least the firm has an ace up its sleeve with which to play while the waters return to their course: a plan for TV series, to be broadcast on Disney +, which will continue to fuel the lively craving of fans while helping to bring better and greater cohesion to all stories. And the idea is to link these titles with those on the big screen, so that in the end they all get feedback and maintain the same coherence in their plots and characters.
We knew that just that was going to happen with Scarlet Witch and Vision, the first of these fictions for the small screen, but now we know more details about how it was carried out and what links it has with other important UCM titles.
Wandavision, Spider-man and Doctor Strange
The person in charge of revealing this information has been Matt shakman, who, in a recent interview on the occasion of the imminent premiere of Wandavision, has confirmed that the connection between this series and the upcoming Doctor Strange and Spider-Man films is perfectly woven, thanks to the joint work he has done with the directors of those films.
Indeed, Shakman confirms that for the development of his series he has also been in close collaboration with Jon watts (Spider-Man 3) and Sam raimi (Doctor Strange: in the multiverse of madness), so that between the three of them they have looked for the best way to link the three fictions. A joint effort that therefore guarantees us greater coherence between the stories and better winks between the titles that we will surely know how to recognize when we enjoy them.
This is how the director commented in his interview:
There is conversation between the filmmakers, which I think is great. […] I mean, we are all part of this interconnected universe. I really admire everyone who has worked at Marvel before and is working on Marvel stuff right now. It's not just the movies. They are also the other Disney + programs […] we are working side by side. […] We have all had conversations about the work we are doing now. Because you know, this is all a relay race. And you are passing the baton from one group of filmmakers to another and you want to make sure the transfer is seamless and effortless. […].
Shakman notes that the intention has always been that when you get to the final of Scarlet Witch and Vision -It will have 9 episodes, remember- you are surprised but at the same time say “ah, of course”, already understanding that principle of connection that it will have with other stories.
Are you not looking forward to its premiere?
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