Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige doesn’t think a Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe hybrid will occur. On account of the unmistakable positions in mainstream society, the Star Wars establishment and MCU are two of the greatest film universes ever. With three sets of three, a couple side projects, and now TV shows, Star Wars has been a staple of mainstream society for more than forty years. The MCU is much more current, as it just began in 2008, yet it has immediately become a comprehensive shared universe comprised of 23 films. Wonder Studios is additionally starting to investigate the miracles of TV with WandaVision.
The possibility of the MCU and Star Wars having a hybrid is something fans have flippantly talked about for quite a while. Patton Oswalt did a celebrated delay on Parks and Recreation to forestall a committee vote, and he was given free rein from the show to meander aimlessly about any theme. He decided to test out his thought for Star Wars: Episode VII, which incorporated a hybrid with the MCU. And keeping in mind that Oswalt’s thought sounds fiercely amusing to a point, most devotees of the two establishments are in arrangement that it’d be better for Marvel and Star Wars to stay isolated.
Feige is correct that neither the MCU nor Star Wars needs the other at this moment, however that doesn’t imply that will not change later on. With studios continually searching for the following huge occasion film, Disney could one day push for their two greatest establishments to impact. It would probably be very muddled to pull off from a story outlook, however there’s no uncertainty that a film bringing Star Wars and the MCU together would be a colossal draw. Notwithstanding, it doesn’t give the idea that Feige has any interest in being essential for such a hybrid, so it probably will not occur as long as he is in control.