The context of World War I was key to the development of the plot of The King’s Man, as mentioned by the film’s director.With Kingsman 3 being in the works and set to continue on the present day films in the series, it’s very unlikely that any of the cast of The Kings Man will appear. Given the setting of the prequel in the early twentieth century, it’s also unlikely that the cast of The Kings Man will return to their respective roles any time soon. With that being said, should another prequel that follows The Kings Man happen, the main cast of the film could come back.Kingsman 3 will reportedly serve as a conclusion to the story of Eggsy (Taron Egerton). At the moment, while there have been rumors of various Kingsman spinoffs, such as a Statesman movie and a Kingsman TV series, not have yet been officially greenlit, so this leaves the franchise’s future after Kingsman 3 very open. There could be a Kingsman 4 where a new set of characters take the spotlight after Eggsy and Harry’s arc has wrapped up. At the same time, Kingsman 3 could also be the conclusion the contemporary Kingsman series, which could open the door for another prequel following on The King’s Man to move ahead.
What started in WandaVision, got bigger in Loki, and really exploded in Spider-Man is now ready for its biggest big-screen moment. The Multiverse is on full display in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the next Marvel Studios film scheduled for release May 6, 2022. Legendary director Sam Raimi is at the helm this time around and the first teaser, which is also attached as the post-credits scene after No Way Home, is now officially online. It’s short but jam-packed with really intriguing teases, so let’s dive deep into it.
Morbius seemingly takes place in both the MCU and Sony’s Spider-Verse at the same time, but that’s impossible after the events of No Way Home. Between Keaton and the Spider-Man alley art, it makes much more sense for Morbius to be set in the MCU and assume those cops are talking about something entirely different than Venom. But Morbius is very much a Sony movie, and touted Spider-Man: No Way Home as being part of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, which means Keaton is either a new character or playing the SSU’s incarnation of the Vulture as well. It also means that Spider-Man definitely exists somewhere in the SSU, and was also branded a murderer for some reason.