It's a question we all have asked ourselves since Marvel announced they would be diving into the TV show realm. It started with [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.](tag:722469) and [Marvel's Agent Carter](tag:1119765) but continues with the Netflix shows that will ultimately lead to the Defenders crossover. We all want to know when exactly we will see Daredevil come face to face with Captain America, or how about Quake with Iron Man? It seems we might have gotten answer for that, in a way, from the head honcho himself, Kevin Feige. In a recent Q&A for the home release of Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Kevin Feige called the crossover "inevitable" sending the hearts of many Marvel fans into a frenzy. It was reported by IGN and it might be a relief to some to know the shows and movies will crossover at some point. At this point we have all seen the shows dealing with the events of the movies, but however, we haven't seen much of the shows take effect in the movies.
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If you want to know exactly how Kevin Feige feels about the crossover, read what he had to said below.
"I think that's inevitable at some point as we're plotting the movies going forward and they're doing the shows."
Although this might sound exciting, he did however expressed some concerns and bumps this idea might get. It's easier said than done though, as the shows and movies aren't exactly made back to back and, as he said, the shows and movies,
"do not always quite match up to make that possible."
This is all he had to say about the movies and shows crossing over and the difficulty that comes with trying to sync them all together.
"It's easier for them. They're more nimble and faster and produce things quicker than we do, which is one of the main reasons you see the repercussions of Winter Soldier and Age of Ultron in the show,"
"Going forward and certainly as they begin to do more shows and cast them with such great actors as they have -- particularly Daredevil -- that that may occur. A lot of it is by the time we start doing a movie, they'd be midway through a season; by the time it comes out they'd be done with the second, starting the third season. Finding timing on that is not always easy."
It seems they really are trying to get these things settled so we not only will hear about events from both medias but also see the characters interact with each other. I mean I can't be the only one that wants to see something like the scene below in a movie.
Feige was also asked by a reporter whether we will see the now infamous Kingpin from the Daredevil Netflix series, who is played by Vincent D'Onforio, interact in some way with Spider-Man. I know what you're thinking, and yes, I am with you, that would be such an astonishing thing to see, but this is what Feige had to say about that:
'"I don't know, probably. That would probably be the cool thing to do. That particular scenario has not come up yet."
It's not the answer we were expecting, but it also wasn't destroyed by him either, so there's that. I am excited to hear about the many possibilities that Marvel may be planning to set both these media on the same path. I can't help but think one of the best moments to do this would be in Civil War, but we will just have to wait and see.