Complying with the premiere of the just recently launched Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on Disney+, the movie’s main place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s timeline has been validated.
Thanks to Disney+’s tool that permits users to see the MCU in a timeline order– a sequential list that shows which movies and television series come in the past and after each other within the MCU– we currently recognize that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness occurs after the 2021 movie Eternals, as well as right before the Disney+ series Hawkeye, Moon Knight, and also the recurring Ms. Marvel.
Presently, 3 jobs that are likewise embeded in the MCU– The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and also Spider-Man: No Way Home– have yet to appear on Disney+, making this an incomplete listing already. The positioning of the Doctor Strange follow up additionally leaves followers remaining to suppose on just where 2021’s Spider-Man: No Way Home takes place.
Prior to its main placement in a timeline, many presumed Multiverse of Madness occurred following the events of No Way Home. However, with the film slotting in prior to Hawkeye (which happens throughout the holiday), it leaves fans questioning just how it could link to No Way Home, which also finished with the holiday season beginning. Nevertheless, due to their link and also intro of the multiverse in the MCU, it does appear more likely than not that the films do happen really near to one another, at the very least.