The first season of What If…? it has already finished. Available on Disney +, it is one of the freshest and most surprising productions of the year in the superhero scene, especially due to the creative freedom of its authors when it comes to telling alternative stories; although it has also served to sow new questions and create new idols. What awaits us for the future? Director Bryan Andrews has offered some details from Season 2 on Entertainment Weekly.
The impact of What If…? it has been total with some of its nine chapters. Its format of anthology it has given rise to self-concluding stories, independent between each chapter; And so it will continue to be in Season 2.
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What If…? – Season 2: anthology, new heroes, closer to Phase 4 …
“Heading into the second season, we will continue with the anthology format, and they will be totally new stories, very funny, with new heroes, and pulling more from Phase 4 than we obviously were able to do this season, “he says. So it is to be expected that the great icons of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have an even more prominent role; consequently, it should not surprise us that the protagonists of the first three phases gradually fade into the background.
“Hopefully, we will see signs of the eternal, from Shang-Chi and the characters of the Black widow. The fun of What If…? is that we can explore the whole multiverseSo we try to take all we can I want to play as all of these characters, and as much as I like Captain Carter, we have to share the love. I’m very excited to show new worlds, new heroes, ”he ends.
Capitana Carter, the protagonist of the first episode of the season, has undoubtedly been one of the characters that has won the most affection among fans. Will we see Margaret “Peggy” Carter with her own series or movie in the future?
The MCU calendar is configured as follows for the next few months: Eternals on November 5, Spider-Man: No Way Home on December 17, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on March 25, 2022 and Thor: Love and Thunder on May 6, 2022. If you look at series, Hawkeye will take center stage this November 24 on Disney +.
Source | Entertainment Weekly