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Kevin Feige has teased the whereabouts of Captain Marvel in the MCU
13 October 2017, 12:29 | Edward Lowe
While supporting many different franchises taking place over multiple decades, it's all fit into a neat little package that makes ideal sense. This is the time period when Homecoming takes place, but it doesn't square with the presumption that Avengers took place in the year of its release, 2012.
During a press conference to promote Thor: Ragnarok, Tessa Thompson was asked if Valkyrie would have a solo movie, the actress replied that she along with several other MCU heroines had approached Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige with the request of coming up with a female superhero team.
"[Homecoming] wasn't meant to flummox anybody exactly, and I'm not sure I'd do it again the same way, but it does all connect to where we placed it", Feige said. However, this got a little confusing with Spider-Man: Homecoming when mild potential spoiler alert it took audiences back to the events immediately preceding the first Avengers film, contextually 8 years before the present.
"All of the next films by design have been built to be very different, to be very unique".
"Over the years there have been discussions about that", the Marvel bigwig told the publication, "I think what we try to do occasionally in San Diego we're very proud of and think is a fun tradition".
The specifics of the timeline, looking at... We're doing that, and the origin point for us is Tony saying, 'I am Iron Man.' So everything will be years after that, years before that - to the Big Bang, which is where it starts!
Ever since Robert Downey Jr. tore up the screen as Tony Stark in 2008's Iron Man, Marvel has used the time that used to be reserved exclusively for a movie's credits to tease future films, give fans a little closure, or just make a amusing joke.
: New Trailer For Spike Lee's TV Adaptation
Netflix has released the official trailer for Spike Lee's remake of his groundbreaking 1986 film She's Gotta Have It . She's Gotta Have It will debut globally on Netflix on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2017 .