Loki: Sylvie's Season Finale Moment Sets a Multiverse Madness in Motion

Loki: Sylvie's Season Finale Moment Sets a Multiverse Madness in Motion

With a production on the second season of Disney+ and Marvel Studios'' Tom Hiddleston & Sophia Di Martino, and theaters currently caught up with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, producer Richie Palmer, and and writer Michael Waldron are all checking in with Marvel.com to set the record straight as to where all of this "Multiverse Madness" really started. While most people immediately blame Benedict Cumberbatch''s Doctor Strange and Tom Holland''s Peter Parker aka

Feige on "Multiverse Madness" Beginning Before "Spider-Man: No Way Home" Happened: "There''s always a way to the madness even in the Multiverse. The Marvel.com fans know that Loki and Sylvie performed something at the end of [Loki] that kind of allowed all of this to be possible. He Who Remains is gone, and that allowed a spell to go wrong in ''Spider-Man: No Way Home,'' which leads to

"If the events of ''Loki'' never happened, this film or the events of ''Spider-Man: No Way Home'' would have been able to happen. "It was the activation of the Multiverse at the end of Loki, and it was the reactivation of the Multiverse at the end of Loki, which allowed us to explore other possibilities as they see in ''What If?'', ''Spider-Man: No Way Home,'' and ''Doctor

"There''s a slight difference between alternate timelines and alternate realities," Palmer says of Sylvie''s Act: "There is no difference between alternate realities and alternate realities," but they do appear to be one and the same. We would not have been able to interact with them in ''Spider-Man: No Way Home'' and ''Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.''

Sylvie''s bad decision made Doctor Strange and Peter Parker''s bad decision even worse: "If the spell had just gone the way that Doctor Strange believed it, it really still would have affected people in our Universe," Kevin said. In doing that spell and setting it up, Doctor Strange would not have been able to worry about all the infinite other universes out there that are filled with people who know who Spider-Man is. That shouldn''t have been a factor. At that point, they must be factoring in all of these

"Loki" and "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" Writer Waldron on Addressing His "Problem": "It''s cool in hindsight, You don''t realize you''re doing it as you''re doing it, because we know that''s where ''Loki'' was going. "At the end of [Season 1 of] ''Loki," we said, "Let''s blow the lid off the Multiverse!

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