Marvel TV Universe To Remain Separate From The MCU For The Time Being

Sadly it looks like the Marvel movie characters will not meet up with the Marvel TV characters anytime soon. This is because Marvel currently has no plans for the two universes to crossover for the time being. However, things might change in the future if Marvel decides to change its mind.

President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige talked more about this topic during an interview with Allocine. While TV characters always name drop the movie characters, we never hear the names of Daredevil or Jessica Jones in the films. You can read Feige's comments below.

Maybe someday. No plans right now. Maybe someday, but we've a lot of characters in the MCU and one of the things that is so special about those characters on the Netflix shows is their dynamic together. They are all combining to become The Defenders later this year and are doing their own thin.

It's possible Marvel is only doing this as it would be hard for them to keep continuity. With so many characters to manage, it will be difficult in order to make the storylines consistent. Not to mention adding in Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist in Avengers: Infinity War will make the cast even bigger than it already is. Marvel is probably leaving them out in order to keep costs down for the movie budgets.

Marvel is not the only studio keeping TV and movie universes separate. The DCEU exists in its own universe outside of the DC TV shows that air on The CW. Supergirl has its own version of Superman that is totally different to the one that Henry Cavill plays in the movies. We are also getting a different version of The Flash played by Ezra Miller in lieu of the Grant Gustin iteration.

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