Image source: Avengers: Age of Ultron; monastery. Joss Whedon; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures; 2015
Currently, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has a problem with fan fatigue, which is evident through the studio’s decisions. Subsequent premieres of films and series are being postponed, meaning new MCU content will appear in theaters or on streaming less frequently. It has become difficult to connect many businesses with each other. As a result, each new production is not a stand-alone story, but always an element of something bigger. He predicted this problem years ago Joss Whedon (video BuzzFeed):
It doesn’t matter how they describe it. For them, it’s all “supposed to lead to tragic events,” but it’s a film and it’s created as a complete experience. If I don’t do this, if I don’t take you on this journey and finish it, I will. This “serialization” of stories is dangerous, as it turns films into episodes of a television series. Nowadays, you don’t even have to wait for the next episode and you can consume everything at once which is a huge mistake.
The director also revealed this during the auditions Age of Ultron Someone said that the production was a great prelude to later events, which the creator did not like. At the time, few people might have thought of it that way, but years later it became clear that Joss Whedon was right.
Watching several films and series to understand why certain events occurred in the latest production does not benefit any viewer. Newcomers will have to familiarize themselves with specific works, and casual fans will have to remember certain themes again. In this case, it is worth remembering the data revealed by the Fandom portal last year.
They concluded that Marvel fans are still pretty much willing to devour any new MCU-related content on a constant basis. But at the same time, the fatigue of the increasing number of productions was increasing. Now the studio is reaping this with films and series that receive lower ratings and do not arouse interest or excitement.
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