It's been two weeks since Avengers: Infinity War arrived in theaters, and fans are still processing it. 18 movies and 10 years of filmmaking came to an explosive head when the various corners of the MCU combined in an epic battle against Josh Brolin's Thanos. The Russo Brothers had a giant pool of characters to play with, but many Marvel fans were hoping that the shared universe's small screen heroes would be included as well. While the studio has never revealed any plans to have that type of crossover, it turns out The Russo Brothers didn't rule anything out. As Anthony Russo recently admitted:
"We made the briefest consideration of [including TV characters in Infinity War], when we're alone in a room with [screenwriters Christopher] Markus and [Stephen] McFeely, we consider every idea. We like thinking of everything. But it seemed like the story that had been told within the movies was so specific and elaborate already that once we started working through the story, we knew we had our hands full just with this set of characters and narratives."
Ultimately, there doesn't appear that there's any plans for Marvel's movies and TV shows to interact-- with the exception being Phil Coulson. But given Thanos' world changing finger snap of death, one has to wonder how the characters from the MCU's small screen adventures fared in the new world.
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