MCU Timeline– Disney plus is one of the leading American subscription channels. It is owned and operated by Direct to Consumer and International. DTCI is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. It was launched in 2015 as Disney Life, but in 2020 got replaced with Disney plus.
New updated MCU Timeline
In a long-running franchise, the official MCU ( Marvel Cinematic Universe) timeline is such a constant subject over fans. Many of which are looking to have an interconnected way to bring out the stories of their favorite superheroes. Chronology is a problem face by even the studio. And it became a disaster when SpiderMan: Homecoming jumped over for a gap of 8 years and swept under the carpet.
So now there are many ways to revisit the Marvel Cinematic Universe MCU. And there is no doubt about how many movies have rewatched by the fans especially Iron Man and SpiderMan. As millions around the world found themselves with a lot more free time than usual, and there were even some innovative methods to do so that offered an entirely new perspective on how to enjoy the series.
Now Disney Plus has offered a new timeline for MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). But they might have left a few iconic movies like Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Incredible Hulk, and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Then again Hulk’s last solo outing hardly matters, Kevin would probably be happy if you won’t even acknowledge his existence as it is his last.
Disney plus way of updating a new timeline for Marvel Cinematic Universe is very hard. It got worse when the 3 entries from the previous catalogs went missing. All of it is subject to change when Phase four unfolds. It will be going to add more TV shows and movies. But streaming activity will work with the movies available on the platform only.