MCU theory leaves fans buzzing about timelines

After “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” There’s been a question about when we as real-world audiences will catch on to the MCU timeframe. We will? Or will the MCU only work 5 years in the future? The MCU continues to bring movies to theaters as in “The Present Day,” as said in “Eternals” multiple times. But what date does that date actually refer to?

u/camo_17 posted their theory about the issue on Reddit, pointed out that although “Avengers: Endgame” was released in 2019, the jump takes place in 2018, taking the timeline to 2023, not 2024. They then give that the following films are set in 2023, allowing us a real-world timeline to catch up with the MCU. u / philosopher3 were among the users who agreed with this, noting that the pandemic “has helped us catch up with the MCU in real life”, as most of the franchise’s current movies are delayed by about an hour. five.

On the other hand, u / Romnonaldao argue that “Spider-Man: Far From Home” occurs exactly eight months after “Avengers: Endgame” in 2024. Thus, as of the end of “Hawkeye”, the MCU will begin the Christmas season of 2024, which is one year. prior to the theory of the original post.

No matter what timeframe the MCU is in right now, with “Dr Strange and the Mad Multiverse” looming ahead, it’s clear that things will work out and the entire series could look completely different by the end. together. MCU theory leaves fans buzzing about timelines


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