Warning: This article contains spoilers for the “Loki” Season 1 finale.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently revealed that the Marvel team sat down to discuss the rules of the multiverse at a recent meeting — a sign that the studio will take the multiple timelines seriously going forward.
Marvel adds the multiverse
The season finale of “Loki” marked the beginning of the multiverse in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the episode, Sylvie ended up killing He Who Remains, which ends up causing the Sacred Timeline to split off in multiple directions without anyone to stop the branches. Thus, the multiverse has been created.
Rules for the Marvel multiverse
- “As you indicated before we started recording, the multiverse is coming up in a big way,” Feige told the “D23 Inside Disney” podcast. “There’s interconnectivity there that people have already started to see and suss out and I had a meeting this morning with the whole broad Marvel Studios team going through the multiverse and the rules of the multiverse and exactly how to really deliver on the excitement surrounding the multiverse.”
- “We used to not need (a whiteboard) because it really was just all in our collective imaginations at the studio,” Feige said. “Just before the pandemic, we started going, ‘You know, maybe we need a big whiteboard’ and then we all went into our houses.”