- Marvel boss Kevin Feige teases a location known from the Marvel comics for “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”.
- This is most likely the island state of Madripoor, to which Disney has so far lacked the rights.
- The X-Men may already be introduced into the MCU in Madripoor.
Shortly before the start of the 2. MCU
MCU mastermind Kevin Feige revealed to the magazine Entertainment Weeklythat “a location … from the Marvel Comics” would appear in “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, the had not previously been available to Marvel Studios.
Set photos for “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” had fans some time ago inferior to the island state of Madripoor, which is featured in the Marvel comics in “New Mutants #32” from 1985 made its debut. Fans also want to have discovered Madripoor in the trailer for the MCU series. Here is a trailer screenshot of the mega-city that lights up in neon colors at night:
So far, however, the Marvel Studios lacked the rights to Madripoor and therefore the location in the MCU could not be used. After Disney bought Fox But it looks different now!
This is Madripoor in the Marvel Comics
The fictional island state of Madripoor is located south of Singapore and is characterized by stark contrasts between rich and poor. The city, originally founded by pirates, is divided into prosperous Hightown and impoverished, crime-ridden Lowtown.
And who knows, it is possible that the X-Men will celebrate their debut in the MCU in Madripoor. Wolverine stayed there more often, at least in the comics, his son Daken even ruled the island nation for a while, and Magneto built his own X-Men mansion there!
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