Marvel Cinematic Universe - Timeline (continued)

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Lebnyx

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Runaways Season 3 episode titles (unknown order):
Will update with the titles when the order is known.

Also, to anyone who has the FFH Blu-Ray, is this chapter list accurate, or does it have the usual 15-20 chapter amount?

1: Studio Logo
2: A Mysterious Cyclone
3: Title Sequence
4: Moving on After the Blip
5: Peter Has a Plan to Woo MJ
6: A Benefit for the Homeless
7: Big Shoes to Fill
8: Peter Needs a Vacation
9: Arriving in Venice
10: Peter Finds the Perfect Gift for MJ
11: A Surprise Attack on Venice
12: An Unexpected Visitor
13: The Myths of Elementals
14: A Hijacked Summer Vacation
15: A Powerful Gift from Tony
16: Danger in Prague
17: Fighting the Fire Elemental
18: The Truth About Quentin Beck
19: Taking Advantage of Their Last Night in the City
20: Mysterio Puts His Plan into Action
21: Peter Heads to Berlin to Warn Fury
22: The Power of Illusions
23: Peter Wakes up in the Netherlands
24: Happy Offers Peter Some Advice
25: Everything Converges in London
26: Fighting the Illusion from the Inside
27: The Power of the Peter-Tingle
28: Nothing Goes According to Plan
29: Arriving Back Home
30: End Credits
31: Title Sequence
32: BONUS: End Credit Scene 1
33: End Credits
34: BONUS: End Credit Scene 2
35 : Acknowledgement
 
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Lebnyx

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It states "no. In season - TBA", not the order they're in.
They're listed based on the credit date in the Writer's Guild of America West website. If Runaways S3's episode order can be determined that way, even if it's unofficial, I'll add them.
 

Slyonic

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The amount of effort put into this + the Marvel Studios intro would indicate it's canon.

I do think the "new recruits" angle is a bit iffy on canonicity.

Also note the absence of Iron Man, so it's indeed post Endgame. (And pre-FFH, since Spidey has his Homecoming suit, which is weird since he doesn't use that in FFH anymore)
 

joshjodalton

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The amount of effort put into this + the Marvel Studios intro would indicate it's canon.

I do think the "new recruits" angle is a bit iffy on canonicity.

Also note the absence of Iron Man, so it's indeed post Endgame. (And pre-FFH, since Spidey has his Homecoming suit, which is weird since he doesn't use that in FFH anymore)
But Bruce is in full Hulk mode
 

Pro Bot

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The amount of effort put into this + the Marvel Studios intro would indicate it's canon.

I do think the "new recruits" angle is a bit iffy on canonicity.

Also note the absence of Iron Man, so it's indeed post Endgame. (And pre-FFH, since Spidey has his Homecoming suit, which is weird since he doesn't use that in FFH anymore)
Spider-Man is wearing his Homecoming suit, Hulk is actually Hulk and not the abomination that is smart Hulk.

Technically we know that Spider-Man will return to his Homecoming suit because of the Spider-Geddon comic. Dispite that, I think it's between Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Bruce may have just gave up control so that Hulk could help defeat... Ultron (?) since he's stronger when he's angry, or the Hulk personality was too strong.
 

Slyonic

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Spider-Man is wearing his Homecoming suit, Hulk is actually Hulk and not the abomination that is smart Hulk.

Technically we know that Spider-Man will return to his Homecoming suit because of the Spider-Geddon comic. Dispite that, I think it's between Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Bruce may have just gave up control so that Hulk could help defeat... Ultron (?) since he's stronger when he's angry, or the Hulk personality was too strong.
It seems Hulks arm is fine in the trailer, and the Russo's said his injury is permanent....
 

Slyonic

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Good point. Pahaps it's retconed?

I guess we'll just have to see for ourselves.
I think there would be massive backlash if they decided to retcon Smart Hulk AND the injury (not to mention in a limited VR experience, of all things). Would throw even more fuel on the #nostakes fire.

Also, it seems the Spider-Man suit is the Disneyland suit, not Homecoming.
 

Pro Bot

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Fleischer says he’s excited to see how Tom Hardy’s Venom and Tom Holland’s webslinger would come together.

“That’s where it’s all going to lead,” he reveals. “And that’s the exciting thing, because we changed the origin of Venom … in the comics, he evolved from Spider-Man but because of the Marvel-Sony thing we weren’t able to that. And so the thing I think it’s building towards, and will be exciting to see, is when they actually do confront each other.”

Let’s hope that the Marvel-Sony ‘on-again off-again’ relationship is now at a point to allow this to happen.
 

Hungangen

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Uh oh...
and this....
 

JohnTitor

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The question is: what Feige is gonna do with Marvel TV? It's hard to believe that all the shows will be rebooted. I understand Inhumans, but the rest should stay in MCU.
 

Pro Bot

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The question is: what Feige is gonna do with Marvel TV? It's hard to believe that all the shows will be rebooted. I understand Inhumans, but the rest should stay in MCU.
Even then, I hope they only soft reboot Inhumans, with either no references but also no contradictions, or simply a recast.
 

iammattie

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The question is: what Feige is gonna do with Marvel TV? It's hard to believe that all the shows will be rebooted. I understand Inhumans, but the rest should stay in MCU.
I feel like they're in a spot where they cant reboot anything except Inhumans without throwing everything else under the bus, and that's gonna be a bad move. Endgame got Jarvis on board, Agent Carter connect to SHIELD, and from what I understand Cloak and Dagger also picks up plot points from AC, C&D now has connections to Runaways and Luke Cage, Luke Cage then has connections to all the other Netflix shows. Inhumans is the only one that's pretty self contained.
 

Pro Bot

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I feel like they're in a spot where they cant reboot anything except Inhumans without throwing everything else under the bus, and that's gonna be a bad move. Endgame got Jarvis on board, Agent Carter connect to SHIELD, and from what I understand Cloak and Dagger also picks up plot points from AC, C&D now has connections to Runaways and Luke Cage, Luke Cage then has connections to all the other Netflix shows. Inhumans is the only one that's pretty self contained.
Avengers: Endgame featured Edwin Jarvis from Agent Carter, therefore that show is 100% canon. Not just the character, but the same actor. The end of Season 1 features Arnim Zola, and the Hydra theme from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. plays. The Dark Force that was introduced on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. made an appearance on Agent Carter. It became the source of Cloaks powers on Cloak & Dagger.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. features Nitramene from Agent Carter. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. features a reference to the events of Daredevil, specifically a gang war, on a TV. It also features a Judas Bullet from Luke Cage, believe it or not. Micro from The Punisher helps out Coulson’s S.H.I.E.L.D. in Season 2. The Dogs of Hell biker gang appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Daredevil and The Punisher. WHiH Newsfront references the ATCU from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and direct events related to them.

Metro-General Hospital, which was introduced on Daredevil and used in other series, made an appearance in Doctor Strange and was mentioned in Avengers: Endgame, although it was a separate facility.

Inhumans references the Terragen in the water supply from the end of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2.

Runaways features a news reporter from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and an obituary for an agent from the pilot episode.

Cloak & Dagger references both the movies and the Netflix shows, as in one episode “keeping up with the Jones” becomes “keeping up with the Starks and the Rands” and O'Reilly was friends with Misty Night from Luke Cage. She also knew Ben Urich from Daredevil, as evidenced on season 2. Luke Cage was referenced.

The Netflix characters were considered for Avengers: Infinity War.

Black Panther and Luke Cage were both going to have Tilda Johnson/Deadly Nightshade, but once Marvel knew Luke Cage was going to use the character, Marvel Studios changed the name of the Black Panther version of the Character to Linda. Kevin Feige confirmed that Tina Minoru in Doctor Strange was just an Easter Egg, as not to conflict with Runaways, thus claiming that Runaways is canon. Captain Marvel uses the same quinjet set from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..

Marvel Studios to TV (in no particular order):
Maria Hill
Phil Coulson
Nick Fury
Jasper Sitwell
Lady Sif
Felix Blake
Matthew Ellis
Gideon Malick
Peggy Carter
Howard Stark
Edwin Jarvis (tie-in comic)
Anton Vanko (younger actor)
Tina Minoru (different actress)
Pat Kiernan (as himself)
Watcher Informant

TV to Marvel Studios:
Marcus Daniels/Blackout
Edwin Jarvis

Also why would you get rid of a perfect Daredevil? The show is literally better than the films, it would be crazy to replace him with something less than.
 
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