Kevin Feige Confirms ‘Loki’ and ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Theory
With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness arriving in just a few days, the MCU architect spoke on the connection between various Phase Four projects as Kevin Feige confirms Loki and Spider-Man: No Way Home theory.
There are few Marvel projects with as much importance to the overarching and continuing MCU as the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The MCU’s Phase Four has been defined by a lot of factors; not only is it the most emotionally resonant era for Marvel Studios but has also dove headfirst into the idea of the multiverse.
Starting with Loki, and carrying over with Spider-Man: No Way Home, the multiverse has become the central focus of these brand new MCU stories; with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness likely being the project that will conclude the heavy focus on that same concept.
With the world premiere already behind us, and the film just a few days away, MCU architect Kevin Feige has confirmed a long-running theory connected to those three projects; and how the multiverse collapse in these various titles all, in some way, interconnected.
Talking in an interview with Marvel Entertainment (Reported by The Direct), Feige stated, “There’s always a method to the madness. Even in the multiverse. And for Marvel.com fans who know that Loki and Sylvie did something at the end of that series that allowed all of this to be possible.”
The famed producer continued by stating, “He Who Remains is gone and that allowed a spell to go wrong in Spider-Man: No Way Home which leads to the entire Multiverse going quite mad in this.”
It is interesting to consider that Loki and Sylvie’s actions in the series finale of Loki were the exact action that made way for Doctor Strange’s botched spell that unleashed the villains, and heroes, that arrived during Spider-Man: No Way Home.
And it will be even more interesting to see how that all comes to a head in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness!