While there have been a number of actors portraying characters in both the Marvel Universe and the Star Wars galaxy – predominantly Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu and Nick Fury and Paul Bettany as Dryden Vos and Vision – the thought of the two realities ever crossing over, while laughable, has thankfully been nixed by another crossover star Kevin Feige who made it clear that even with the Multiverse heading our way, the two worlds will never meet.
“If you’d ask me if anything we’re talking about right now was in the realm of possibility 20 years ago, I would’ve said, ‘I don’t think so,’” Feige tells us during a recent interview promoting yet another one of his MCU coups, the Disney+ TV spinoff WandaVision.
But wait for the BUT.
“But I really don’t think so,” he quickly adds. “I don’t think there’s any reason for it.”
Beyond Feige, we are already seeing some crossover behind the scenes. The super producer hired Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Loki writer Michael Waldron to pen the mysterious Star Wars film he’s currently developing (and will say absolutely nothing about).
Bear in mind, young Spider-Man referred to The Empire Strikes Back during the airport battle in Civil War.
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