“And if… ?” Marvel’s editor-in-chief AC Bradley recently revealed two major details about how the show was put on – and what was left on the table.
Bradley told GamesRadar + that the creative team has two main rules during production that they have to follow.
- “One was that we couldn’t do anything that movies or TV shows were already doing,” she told GamesRadar +. “So we go to more and more strange places. “
- For example, she said the show had a storyline close to something happening in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” which will debut in 2023. So the idea was dropped. -she declared to GamesRadar +.
The second condition? No “Star Wars” content.
- “I was not allowed to use the Star Wars characters,” Bradley said, according to Yahoo News.
- ” I tried several times ; they kept reminding me that Luke Skywalker is not an Avenger, ”she added.
Two notes on this subject. For one thing, Bradley told me in an interview that there are some stories that weren’t included in season 1 that would count towards season 2 of the show. So that’s cool.
- “Well the good news is there’s going to be a second season,” she told me. “So there will be some ideas left on the table that will hopefully find new homes. “
Second, the “Star Wars” thing makes sense. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige told Yahoo Entertainment he never saw “Star Wars” and the Marvel Cinematic Universe intersect.
- “If you had asked me if something we are talking about right now was within the realm of possibility 20 years ago, I would have said, ‘I don’t think so’,” he said, while I wrote for the Deseret News.
- He added: “But I really don’t think so. I don’t think there is a reason for this.