Assume the worst-case scenario. It will have the same impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Loki, says Disney+ boss Brad Winderbaum.
The executive producer told ComicBook and other reporters that “it’s no accident that it picks up directly after” during a recent virtual press event. After that, there is no end to the multiverse’s expansion.
He Who He Remains, the originator of the Time Variance Authority and the keeper of the Sacred Timeline, was revealed in Loki’s final episode as He Who He Remains and Sylvie faced off.
Despite He Who Remains’ warnings that his death would result in multiple Nexus Events and branched universes, Sylvie shoved Loki through a TemPad portal and murdered him.
Everything the characters (and long-time MCU fans) believed they knew altered in a second, just as he had promised them.
‘What If…?’ is as significant as any other storey in the MCU,’ Winderbaum said, without going into too much detail.
T’Challa as Star-Lord, a zombie version of Captain America, and Captain Peggy Carter as Star-Lord are just a few of the possible tales that will be introduced to us each week by Jeffrey Wright’s Uatu the Watcher in this animated anthology series.
He hinted, “We jump around genres and tones.” There will be dramatic, funny, and tragic incidents.
Hayley Atwell, Clark Gregg and the late Chadwick Boseman are among the actors who have lent their voices to their cartoon counterparts.
August 11 marks the debut of Marvel’s What If…?