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How ‘Loki’ Led Us to the ‘Multiverse of Madness’

The question on everyones mind going into the film Who Really Broke The Multiverse?
Following the events of SpiderMan No Way Home Doctor Strange and Peter Parker received a lot of flack for upsetting the Multiverse when Stranges spell to erase Peters SpiderMan secret identity from the public consciousness went wonky leading to multiversalshattering consequences. However as revealed at the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness World Premiere Red Carpet Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige shared it was events earlier than No Way Home that brought us to the current state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Theres always a method to the madness even in the Multiverse promised Feige. The Marvel.com fans know that Loki and Sylvie did something at the end of [Loki] that sort of allowed all of this to be possible. He Who Remains is gone and that allowed a spell to go wrong in SpiderMan No Way Home which leads to the entire Multiverse going quite mad in this film.

Speaking to Marvel.com producer Richie Palmer elaborated even further for us. If the events of Loki never took place if Sylvie didnt do what she did this movie and the events of SpiderMan No Way Home wouldnt have been able to happen explained Palmer. It was the activation of the Multiverse or maybe the reactivation of the Multiverse at the end of Loki that really led to the possibilities that you see in What If…? SpiderMan No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. At that moment the Multiverse expanded indefinitely forward into the future back into the past sideways left and right to alternate realities we cant even comprehend continued Palmer. If it wasnt for Sylvie we wouldnt be here right now.

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