Disney+ Just edited Ms. Marvel to fix timeline continuity errors: Check details here

The Marvel Cinematic Universe also known as MCU has immense popularity. Despite this, they are known for minor editing of their finale scenes or clips after their shows are aired which might seem surprising to many. This time, there’s another such case where Ms. Marvel was aired in the Spring of 2022. Months after its official release, MCU edited two scenes in order to establish an alignment with MCU’s timeline.

In the opening credit scene of Ms. Marvel as well as the opening scene of Ms. Marvel’s finale, the Statue of Liberty is seen in the original color which is teal green. This is exactly how it appears if a person visits it in the United States of America.

Millions of MCU fans are aware that the Statue of Liberty occurs in copper color in Spiderman: No Way Home.

As per The Direct, Disney + edited these scenes to establish continuity. Ms. Marvel UK was among the first ones to share them on Twitter. For those who haven’t watched Ms. Marvel yet, it is streaming on Disney + and can be watched on the platform. It might prove to be an exciting watch.

It is undeniable that as the Marvel Cinematic Universe expands year by year, there is a chance of missing out on such errors. However, they would have to keep up with it anyhow and publish it without continuity errors in order to take care of their reputation. MCU is a legacy in itself and its fans are observant and find such errors. They are also capable of talking about them online which might hamper MCU’s reputation.

 

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