Marvel Studios producer Richie Palmer was a guest on Empire magazine’s Chris Hewitt podcast. There they also talked about something very important: on the topic of the fourth stage of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is about to end.
The fourth stage of the MCU – the leitmotif
The reporter asked the producer if there was a theme for the fourth phase of the MCU guilt and consequences. Palmer admitted that she was 100% accurate and added the words.
She adds that in Wanda’s case, the end of her story was meant to get to the point of being responsible for her actions. In his opinion, this was what Dr. Gharib 2. For him, an important additional motivation for the fourth stage is the answer to the question: What happens when you lose everything? And we know that Wanda is not the only character who has lost everything. Peter Parker is part of that, too.
According to the manufacturer, it is also important The characters search for their own place in the world and find themselves after how much they have lost in previous films.
“A lot of them feel lonely because of who they lost in the Avengers movies,” he adds.
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