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The resounding success of The Mandalorian, Disney+ has kicked into high popularity, but still to know if the Marvel TV shows will have the same kind of success.
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People with surprise said that it was an irrelevant question to be asked because; whatever Kevin Feige touches turns to gold. However, there is nothing to bother off, weather people will watch the shows or not. There is no doubt in it. It is certain that people will watch
But the real question stands, if people really need to watch these shows to understand the movies?
Many people think and speak differently on this question and both the aspects come from the same site, Forbes.
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➭ One needs to watch the shows
One section of people, said that “Kevin Feige Confirms that one has to Watch Disney Plus Marvel Shows To Keep Up With The Movie MCU” which almost speaks for itself.
Forbes has mentioned a worth quote after Fiege interview given to Bloomberg, and the quote is: “If one wants to understand everything in future Marvel movies, he said, one will probably will be requiring a Disney+ subscription, because actions from the new shows will factor into forthcoming films such as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The repercussion seems to be that if one doesn’t watch the Disney+ shows, one will be hopelessly lost when one tries to see the Doctor Strange sequel in May of next year 2021. Till now this is what Feige and Disney would like people to believe.
➭ No, one doesn’t need to watch the shows
On the other hand, a different Forbes spot has said that “No, One Will Not Be Forced to Watch Marvel’s Disney+ TV Shows In Order To Enjoy The New MCU Movies.” As MCU knows better that the movies on routine basis would make $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
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Scott Mendelson writes, “There is a difference between ‘understand everything,’ and ‘be able to follow the movie.’ As much as Disney wants Disney+ to succeed, they aren’t going to risk sabotaging their biggest theatrical IP. Contrary to popular belief, at least popular entertainment media belief, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is only as interconnected as your average longform television show.”
But the simplest way to measure this is a test many people already took last year: If I want to see Avengers: Endgame, how many of the other movies do I need to be able to follow it? For a lot of people, all they needed to see was Avengers: Infinity War, and they were good to go. And this was before Disney+ was even in the picture.
➭ Opinion of Fans
Fans have debated this question on Reddit, and interestingly, not everyone is convinced that Disney+ will be absolutely essential to the MCU experience. Fans have been saying that people have limited money and limited time, so, with all these movies and shows, even the most devoted fan will find it hard to keep with absolutely everything.
➭ One fan wrote:
“I don’t know if the general audience are going to watch these movies. The fan wrote, we live in such an era where there’s so much content available which is literally impossible to keep up with it all. The hardcore of the hardcore are going to watch. It was just his concern that they’re going a little too hard and fast in these shows for the general audience.”
The controversies are reflecting as, will it help one to watch the MCU TV shows to keep up with the movies? Will the Marvel movie-going life depend on it? Answer to the above is that, certainly not.
If one doesn’t catch up with WandaVision, there are all kinds of sites and videos devoted to catching people up for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. They have people who watch the shows that you don’t have time to watch.
Kevin Feige may not agree, but he has to keep up with all this because he’s the grand chief. The rest of us will be content to watch as we’re able.