Kevin Feige always has a master plan for the MCU’s path and story, which he appears to have fully figured out with all the projects he’s spoken on recently.
In a new interview with Deadline, Marvel Studios CCO Kevin Feige teased a potential set-up for the MCU’s X-Men coming in WandaVision, which will begin premiering on Disney+ this week. Feige mentioned the progression of Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau from WandaVision to Captain Marvel 2, as well as Wanda moving on to team up with Doctor Strange in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, when asked if WandaVision would be “a ramp to the revival of X-Men”:
“In hindsight, in five years if when we’re talking about everything that’s happened, everything can be a ramp to everything, specifically though, yes, Monica in Captain Marvel 2 and specifically to Wanda teaming up with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
Especially considering that WandaVision will be the first entry of the MCU’s Phase 4, its importance to the larger MCU continuity is growing with each new report. WandaVision is already rumored to connect directly into Spider-Man 3 by way of introducing the multiverse for the first time, and it was confirmed in 2019 to directly lead into the events of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange sequel as Elizabeth Olsen co-stars in the movie.