Marvel Cinematic Universe - Timeline (continued)

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (1:44:01 - 1:45:24)
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (1:45:25 - 1:45:26)
(Sinister Strange's Universe)
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (1:45:01 - 1:45:32)
Is this a mistake? You have 1:45:01 written on the bottom line but on the top line the timestamp says 1:44:01 - 1:45:24
 

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With Multiverse of Madness, I tried to see if I could make anything out during the watch repair scene at the end and while I can't make it out exactly, I looked up the unbroken watch from the first movie to get a general sense. The year is extremely hard to make out, however, it does look like the month hand is in fact pointing towards November/December. The day of the week looks to be around 11/12/13, and the day of the week looks like Wednesday. November 13th, 2024 is in fact a Wednesday. I'm not sure how that would work since at most it could only put like a week between it and No Way Home. But at the very least, I feel like the month is probably correct.
 

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With Multiverse of Madness, I tried to see if I could make anything out during the watch repair scene at the end and while I can't make it out exactly, I looked up the unbroken watch from the first movie to get a general sense. The year is extremely hard to make out, however, it does look like the month hand is in fact pointing towards November/December. The day of the week looks to be around 11/12/13, and the day of the week looks like Wednesday. November 13th, 2024 is in fact a Wednesday. I'm not sure how that would work since at most it could only put like a week between it and No Way Home. But at the very least, I feel like the month is probably correct.
I thought about using this date, but I didn't because I figured that just because he fixed the watch, doesn't necessarily mean he set it to the correct date yet.

The watch 838-Christine gives him to open the door earlier in the movie also seems to be set to November, but the year ends in a "0".
 

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I thought about using this date, but I didn't because I figured that just because he fixed the watch, doesn't necessarily mean he set it to the correct date yet.

The watch 838-Christine gives him to open the door earlier in the movie also seems to be set to November, but the year ends in a "0".
Given he put it in the box at the end, I felt like he had completely fixed it. Given it fits with the Disney + placement and weather seen throughout the movie, it does match.

I'm still thinking 2025 for Moon Knight too.
 

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I feel like all of the MCU Disney+ shows are accurately placed on the Disney+ timeline due to them being made for Disney+ so I’d assume someone at Disney has a roadmap as to what happens when and where. But it’s the Movies that are all over the place and I don’t trust at all because they could be influenced more by directors personal placement and/or setbacks (E.g Covid, Reshoots,etc)

I know this isn’t a water tight argument but it’s my headcannon atm (TV shows are right where they are,Films are not)
 

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So I still believe that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is set somewhere between Mid February and Early April 2025 due to spring weather and there is a street sign that literally says “Spring Street” when strange fights Gargantos (not proof of anything but just seems very convenient)

And unless we have anything contracting Moon Knights Placement in the future I’m still positive that it occurs in May-June 2025
 

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So I still believe that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is set somewhere between Mid February and Early April 2025 due to spring weather and there is a street sign that literally says “Spring Street” when strange fights Gargantos (not proof of anything but just seems very convenient)

And unless we have anything contracting Moon Knights Placement in the future I’m still positive that it occurs in May-June 2025
Spring Street is like Elm Street. It's...the name of a street.
 

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So I still believe that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is set somewhere between Mid February and Early April 2025 due to spring weather and there is a street sign that literally says “Spring Street” when strange fights Gargantos (not proof of anything but just seems very convenient)

And unless we have anything contracting Moon Knights Placement in the future I’m still positive that it occurs in May-June 2025
I felt the same way about Multiverse of Madness, but the weather really fits more in late Fall with the foliage on the trees. Before, I felt like the Disney + timeline was just lazily putting release order as the chronological order for "present-day" set projects, but I feel like there has to be a reason why they chose to put Multiverse of Madness before Hawkeye instead of between Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel. And after rewatching the movie, I feel like sometime shortly after No Way Home in November makes sense.
 

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I felt the same way about Multiverse of Madness, but the weather really fits more in late Fall with the foliage on the trees. Before, I felt like the Disney + timeline was just lazily putting release order as the chronological order for "present-day" set projects, but I feel like there has to be a reason why they chose to put Multiverse of Madness before Hawkeye instead of between Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel. And after rewatching the movie, I feel like sometime shortly after No Way Home in November makes sense.
I haven't seen it yet, but is there any overt references to NWH?
 

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