The Marvel Cinematic Universe stories are often at their worst when they’re forced into Marvel’s machines, rather than finding new and interesting ways to interact with machines, such as Thor’s approach to a magic cave in Avengers: Age of Ultron Or that loop Iron Man 2 Jump through to try to walk back on what “Avengers Initiative” from Disney + ‘s first film The Hawk and the Winter Soldier It might just be a spin-off of the MCU’s TV show, but it looks like it feels as hard as Marvel Studios’ hands on every movie.
In a recent interview with inverse, showrunner Malcolm Spellman revealed some aspects of The Hawk and the Winter Soldier Marvel was heavily manipulated to the point that the people who created the show weren’t allowed to know about. (Or draw characters from) the bigger MCU, for example a reference to Steve Rogers’ current location.Avengers: Endgame It’s not meant to be a joke about what he really is while his friends are learning, growing, and saving the world.They’re included because the writer doesn’t know what happened to Steve Rogers after he gave up. Shield giving Sam Wilson and wanted to find a fun way to dance around.
Spellman spins, this is a good thing because they can think of whatever they want to say about Steve Rogers without worrying about making a mistake. But it was so awkward and heartbreaking that it was evident that Steve Rogers had died or disappeared from the screen. And nobody cares enough to say Give him some mementoNot only Bucky and Sam. But talk about him like he’s dead, they talk about him like he’s dead, and they move on.
Another issue, although this is more understandable, is that MCU boss Kevin Feige uses files. The Hawk and the Winter Soldier Teams with any ideas they might have about being able to use other Marvel heroes. The endThe big action took place in New York City, home of Spider-Man, but Spellman said Feige’s response when they started talking about bringing in other heroes was “Don’t stop.” Vail is very strict about how a crossover “has to happen in the body”, which is obviously a good enough reason for it. TFATWS Team up to give up their Spider-Man dreams, but… wouldn’t it be pretty if bad guys attack New York? And wouldn’t it save people from helicopters and stop super strong bad guys from getting away more easily with the web? Look, we get it, Marvel has to be run by Sony and paid Tom Holland to save some lines, so it doesn’t happen, but Marvel has had a hard time building this entire universe and should know that people are going. To ask about it from time to time