Marvel Cinematic Universe - Timeline (continued)

Rman

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I don't recall them saying they were going to release the timeline scroll but fuck if they did I'd be stoked.

Also fuck reddit, after all these years it's just as bad on there when it comes to timelines even after all the fuck ups. Whenever anything timeline related goes there I keep my mouth shut and come here lol
It may not have been the scroll, but Feige did at one point say they had a timeline they were going to release to the public. I think it was meant to be in “The Story of Marvel Studios” book but when it was released, there was nothing about the timeline.
 

fuzzyfoot

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I still remember the mess after Homecoming's release. I used to get downvoted on Reddit all the time for explaining why 8 Years Later was wrong and why Avengers had to be in 2012. It was so validating when Infinity War confirmed it had been 6 years and even more so when Endgame flat-out showed the 2012 title card.
I had a little bit of that with my friends too believe it or not. I tried to explain to them that the 8 years later was impossible because that would have implied Civil War was wrong with Vision stating Iron Man was 8 years ago too. Both films came out the same year, how can Iron Man 1 and Avengers take place in the same year...
 

fuzzyfoot

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It may not have been the scroll, but Feige did at one point say they had a timeline they were going to release to the public. I think it was meant to be in “The Story of Marvel Studios” book but when it was released, there was nothing about the timeline.
They did actually release a timeline 'once' and it was hilariously wrong too. It was in the 10 Years book. It corrected Homecoming but screwed up Black Panther.

Link to Timeline
 

Slyonic

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Rewatching Moon Knight, and having the GRC still around makes me feel it's closer to Endgame rather than further.

In FatWS the GRC was already close to bringing back all the displaced people to their homes, so it would make less sense to have the GRC still be a thing 2 years later.
 

Rman

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They did actually release a timeline 'once' and it was hilariously wrong too. It was in the 10 Years book. It corrected Homecoming but screwed up Black Panther.

Link to Timeline
That book was unofficial and the confusion came from people thinking it was the official one and therefore the timeline in it was the one Feige was talking about (it wasn’t).
Rewatching Moon Knight, and having the GRC still around makes me feel it's closer to Endgame rather than further.

In FatWS the GRC was already close to bringing back all the displaced people to their homes, so it would make less sense to have the GRC still be a thing 2 years later.
If Moon Knight were 2025, it would be around 18 months since Endgame. I think the GRC would still be active then. And wouldn’t be surprised if we see it’s still around in the future.
 

Rman

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Honestly, a part of me wonders if Disney+ is basing its placement for Love & Thunder on when Korg is telling the story rather than the events within the said story. The same thing could be theorized with Iron Man 3 being set after The Dark World due to Tony telling the story to Bruce at a time past the events of The Dark World. In both cases, the movies are technically recapping actual events rather than us seeing them in "real-time". Not saying this is exactly what's going on and if it were the case, it'd be nice to see clarification, but I could see it making sense.
 

Starvel

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Honestly, a part of me wonders if Disney+ is basing its placement for Love & Thunder on when Korg is telling the story rather than the events within the said story. The same thing could be theorized with Iron Man 3 being set after The Dark World due to Tony telling the story to Bruce at a time past the events of The Dark World. In both cases, the movies are technically recapping actual events rather than us seeing them in "real-time". Not saying this is exactly what's going on and if it were the case, it'd be nice to see clarification, but I could see it making sense.
While that could be the case, I think personally The Dark World is placed before Iron Man 3 due to the opening taking place shortly after The Avengers, but either way still makes the timeline a bit of a bitch to use to place the main events of a film unfortunately.
 

Lebnyx

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Does anyone have any opinions on the placements of Falcon and Winter Soldier and Love and Thunder? They both happen close to each other, but I don't know how to best place TFATW without more precise dating. (I think the placement of Love and Thunder alongside it is a bit awkward)
 

Rman

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Does anyone have any opinions on the placements of Falcon and Winter Soldier and Love and Thunder? They both happen close to each other, but I don't know how to best place TFATW without more precise dating. (I think the placement of Love and Thunder alongside it is a bit awkward)
Honestly, one of the reasons I’m personally going with Love & Thunder in 2025. 2024 places it in the middle of TFATWS and given the movie doesn’t necessarily confirm that time frame, I prefer to not have to figure out a breakdown of where it is compared to TFATWS. Especially since I doubt there was any intention for them to be that close together. That’s just me though. I guess if you had to, you could assume the main events after Thor arrives in New Asgard happen between the ending of TFATWS and the beginning of Far From Home (around late May/early June 2024).
 

Starvel

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Does anyone have any opinions on the placements of Falcon and Winter Soldier and Love and Thunder? They both happen close to each other, but I don't know how to best place TFATW without more precise dating. (I think the placement of Love and Thunder alongside it is a bit awkward)
FatWS seems to be April/May and LaT seems to be May/June so I personally am going with FatWS, LaT, MK, FFH, NWH, etc.
 

selfishmisery

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Does anyone have any opinions on the placements of Falcon and Winter Soldier and Love and Thunder? They both happen close to each other, but I don't know how to best place TFATW without more precise dating. (I think the placement of Love and Thunder alongside it is a bit awkward)
Honestly, if it's a montage of events, I would place almost all of it in April, and the very last bit of the montage in May.
Just so the finished progress is closer to the current events after it.
 

Rman

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Jen's comment about trying to get ahold of Bruce for "weeks or months or days" felt like an attack on those of us who try to pinpoint the timeline down lol. Mallory also mentions she'll be married 11 years "this October" further confirmation the show is taking place before then.
 
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marioxb

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Why do we want to move Moon Knight to 2024 again? It fits with both 2024 and 2025. We choose to place it in 2025 because the Disney+ timeline places it after Hawkeye.

It's not like we're saying that the Disney+ timeline is accurate by placing it in 2025. We're saying that, until further evidence comes out, we don't have anything else to go by. It's basically the lowest tier semi-official source.

Thor: Love and Thunder is a little more leaning into 2024, so we can ignore the crappy timeline.
I agree with the reasoning of whatever makes it so Thor: Love and Thunder and Moon Knight fit together so as the "gods" from one don't show up in the other.
Like this post for Thor and Moon Knight in 2024.
Love for Thor and Moon Knight in 2025.
Haha for Thor in 2024 and Moon Knight in 2025.
I'm waiting for you guys to all tell me. My brain no worky. I don't even know what a "Moon phase" is, and how would someone know how they will be in years that haven't happened yet?
 
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RocketRacoon

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I agree with the reasoning of whatever makes it so Thor: Love and Thunder and Moon Knight fit together so as the "gods" from one don't show up in the other.

I'm waiting for you guys to all tell me. My brain no worky. I don't even know what a "Moon phase" is, and how would someone know how they will be in years that haven't happened yet?

To put it basically, when we look at the moon in the night sky, it has different shapes. It isn’t always a full moon and it isn’t always a crescent moon. The shapes form a pattern that has been observed and, using this pattern, we can predict the shape of the moon on future dates.
 

marioxb

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To put it basically, when we look at the moon in the night sky, it has different shapes. It isn’t always a full moon and it isn’t always a crescent moon. The shapes form a pattern that has been observed and, using this pattern, we can predict the shape of the moon on future dates.
Hmm, I never really paid any attention to any of that, nor even noticed the actual moon in the show, like, at all.
 

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