Technically, Deadpool 2 is the chronological final. We might not be properly sure, but its likely Cable's future is set after Logan's, making the new timeline created leading to Deadpool 2.
Nah, the only way to make the time travel in Deadpool 2 make sense is to say that it's very percise tof the point where if you stopped WW1 from happening, for example, WW2 still happens. This is how Venessa can be alive and the whole mover still happens.
Deadpool 2 time-travel might look a little bit weird, but it does not affect the X-Men timeline we know, because, chronologically, all the other movies happened before Deadpool messed the timeline (and before Cable time-travels).
Armin from ComicBookCast made a video talking about New Mutants removing all references to X-Men and mutants. Even though mutants are right there in the title! All that executive meddling from Disney really has killed the X-Men franchise. I don't want to see Wolverine, Deadpool, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Iceman, Shadowcat, Magneto, or any other X-Men character in the MCU. Buying Fox was actually bad for both companies.
Finally, another person who's on the same page as myself!!!!
In reality, I believe the MCU has a good potential to take care of these characters. But honestly, I feel like having them as separate identities worked very well with the X-Men. Now it just feels weird to me. The major problem with an X-Men reboot that I fear the most, is that MCU doesn't give too much focus on the X-Men movies and then the plethora of the X-Men mythos gets unexplored in favour of less interesting movies, such as Black Widow movies, The Eternals movies, Doctor Strange movies, Shang-Chi movies, Black Panther movies, Blade movies, Ant-Man movies, Captain Marvel movies. If they shift their focus to X-Men and the FF, I believe that would give these new characters what they deserve.
And when Spider-Man was part of the MCU, they made Iron Man a major part of his story. In the comics, Spidey wasn't that associated with Iron Man. He was just his own character leading his own franchise. Same for his villains. Vulture and Mysterio wanted revenge on Tony Stark but in the comics, their whole grudge was with Spider-Man. So if the X-Men comes to the MCU, I hope they don't take a similar route to Spider-Man and have them be a mutant division of Avengers. And when the X-Men are in the MCU, I'll feel like they should retcon Scarlet Witch to be a mutant. Like maybe an explanation that Wanda and Pietro were children abandoned by Magneto and adopted by the Maximoffs and that Loki's staff didn't give them the powers but awakened their X-Genes earlier? But hey, the X-Men worked fine as a standalone universe separate from the Avengers. The Fox property that really needed the MCU is Fantastic Four, and they would have reverted back to Marvel anyway in 2022 unless Fox starts on a Fantastic Four project. I don't think anyone at Fox would want to risk the same disaster from Fant4stic just to hold on to the rights that that same movie proved to be unprofitable.
The thing with MCU Spider-Man, is that the Spider-Man mythos is not as rich as the X-Men one. It worked fine for Spider-Man in the MCU, having it connect and melt with the MCU canon. The X-Men likely will suffer the same thing. Spider-Man: Far From Home, unlike Homecoming, is more Spider-Man than MCU, if you pay attention. The introduction of mutants and the X-Men in the MCU will likely go a simillar path. The first X-Men movie will feel very MCU and only a second and a third will increasingly be more of its own mythos, more X-Men, because the audience is already used to it.
Hmm... No, Far From Home is more MCU than Spider-Man. The Snaps from Infinity War and Endgame were explained in more detail here as "The Blip." The loss of Iron Man had a major impact on Peter. Peter was given Stark's hi-tech glasses. Quinton Beck and his henchman were former Stark employees. Even the guy who Obadiah Stane yelled his famous line to in the first Iron Man film has been working for Mysterio. Nick Fury and Maria Hill along with SHIELD has appeared, only to turn out in the post-credits scene that they were the Skrulls from Captain Marvel. Happy Hogan appears as Peter's constant chauffeur. And Peter used Stark's holographic technology to design his new suit for the climax of the film. And you know that Mysterio's lie about being a hero from another Earth probably wouldn't have worked so well if the events of the Avengers films, Thor films, Doctor Strange and the other crazy stuff that happened within the MCU didn't happen. And while Homecoming was setting Peter up as an Avenger, Far From Home set him up to be the next Iron Man. A standalone Spider-Man film shouldn't have so much influence from Iron Man.
What I meant with it is that Far From Home focused on Spider-Man and its mythos. I'm not saying it didn't had any influences from other MCU piece of media, because it did, extensively. But it didn't needed to rely on those as much as Homecoming because we already know the MCU's Peter Parker, so there is no need to introduce it again in the larger universe. MCU connections are just a bonus (personally I like it, but others might have different opinions).
This is bad, real bad
What do you think?