The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s timeline can be tough to follow if not studied carefully. When a film like Doctor Strange 2 explores the multiverse or Avengers: Endgame conducts a time jump, it can be a challenge to figure out when a particular film takes place. With Black Panther: Wakanda Forever coming soon, producer Nate Moore set the record straight with CinemaBlend as to when the film takes place in the MCU timeline.
“This movie clearly happens after Spider-Man: No Way Home and Eternals. I think it probably happens potentially concurrent with Thor: Love and Thunder,” said Moore. “New Asgard does exist in… our film. And almost concurrent with Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania, which is coming out in February.”
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Because of the 5-year time jump in Endgame, No Way Home takes place approximately one year after those events, putting it around November 2024. This means that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever falls sometime after that date, but pinpointing a specific month and year can be difficult, even for Moore.
“I couldn’t tell you. I could tell you where it sits in the other movies, because we try to do it somewhat chronologically,” said Moore. “But if you asked me, if you held a gun to my head, honestly, I probably would get it wrong.”
The wait for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is almost over as the film will arrive in theaters on November 11.
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