Kevin Feige has teased the whereabouts of Captain Marvel in the MCU


Spider-Man: Homecoming has fans scratching their heads over a wrinkle in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline, and studio president Kevin Feige said Marvel Studios plans to officially clarify it. His latest effort comes with regards to Captain Marvel, a character we are yet to see on the big screen. What was not highly considered thanks to Marvel's involvement was Homecoming messing up the MCU timeline, but it sure seemed like it did. That makes sense, but what about the age factor that doesn't quite fall in right! That all went out the window when Spider-Man: Homecoming came out this past summer, where a title card at the beginning of the movie claims Homecoming took place eight years after The Avengers.

"All of that debate has encouraged us".

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"[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. I don't know ... a part of an in-print that you can fold out and look at. In all these years, nobody from the Marvel Cinematic Universe ever mentioned that there could be another superhero who could have probably helped the others in their fight against the evil forces. If Marvel were to release a version of this that covers all of the released films and Marvel One-Shots it would certainly help ease the minds of those anxious that continuity is somehow broken.

A Marvel Studios producer recently let it be known that The Avengers: Infinity War trailer is not ready yet, but the good news is that The Avengers: Infinity War trailer will be released soon! The problem? It was widely assumed The Avengers took place in 2012, the year the movie was released. The former has been around for much longer, since 2008 in fact. The less connected they are to each other, the more wiggle room the movies have for creative freedom and to stand alone however, but since the MCU has thrived (in part) due to that continuity, it can't go back on it now.