MCU, James Gunn confirms: previous WandaVision series are not canonical

MCU, James Gunn confirms: previous WandaVision series are not canonical

MCU, James Gunn confirms

Director James Gunn confirmed on Twitter that previous WandaVision television series are not canonical to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

After filming The Suicide Squad, Gunn had a confrontation with some users on social networks in relation to John Glover's entry into the MCU, as the actor played a role in the Agent Carter series.

The director then specified that all previous WandaVision shows are not considered to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, concept expressed in more detail in another answer.

"There has never been any coordination between the previous television series (see the various Daredevils, Jessica Jones and the Agents of Shield himself, Ed.) and the Marvel cinematic universe, as is the case today that all the shows are under the supervision of Marvel Studios, "wrote Gunn.

This obviously means that there will be no problem in hiring actors who played a role in early television projects related to the House of Ideas characters . After all, the example of Chris Evans, first Johnny Storm and then Steve Rogers, is still well impressed in the minds of fans.

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James Gunn Shuts Down Big Myth About The MCU


Director James Gunn just dispelled one of the biggest rumors in the DC and Marvel rivalry.

Responding to a tweet from a fan, Gunn denied the accusation that Marvel actors are banned from participating in DC projects and called it “complete nonsense.” Shortly afterwards, another fan suggested that it was the other way around—that Warner Bros. didn’t allow their actors to transition to Disney’s Marvel universe. But Gunn reaffirmed that the practice doesn’t take place on either side.

It’s not the other way around either.

— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) July 1, 2021

This rumor has been around for a good part of the last decade, but hasn’t once proven to be true. Stars such as Ryan Reynolds, Ben Affleck, Idris Elba, and JK Simmons have all appeared in starring roles across franchises. Even Thanos himself, Josh Brolin first appeared as the star of DC’s 2010 film Jonah Hex.

Gunn’s tweets come in the lead-up to the release of his first DC film, The Suicide Squad after a messy departure from the Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel film series. Gunn supported his claims that actors are free to explore both sides of the superhero cinema spectrum with a list of stars who have appeared in both DC and Marvel films.

Now that the rumor has been cleared up courtesy of James Gunn, fans can get thinking about who they’d like to see crossing the franchise bridge to take up roles of other iconic characters.