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Been doing a chronological order MCU rewatch recently, and had to wait for 15 days to start on Daredevil season 2 between it's removal from Netflix and addition to Disney+. I really hope that Disney decides to revive these series which Netflix cancelled prematurely in spite of good viewership numbers simply to spite Disney for announcing Disney+. Would love to see Daredevil and Jessica Jones revived as is, and instead of Iron Fist and Luke Cage being revived individually, maybe do the 2 spinoffs from them instead, Heroes for Hire (Danny + Luke) and Daughters of the Dragon (Colleen + Misty), and make all 4 of them more integrated into the MCU than they were previously, with occasional appearances from MCU characters. Then maybe do a Defenders season 2 eventually as well, with a threat big enough for all of them to work together again.



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CaptainExplosion said:
Dulfite said:

Daredevil was in Spiderman 8. That was no accident.

Yeah, should've used spoiler tags.

My bad, I figured we were passed the point that  spoilers were allowed. It wasn't anything major or huge to the movies plot. 

This leads to somewhat of a larger question, how long after a movie comes out can we reference spoilers?

According to 2,000 Brits, it's roughly 10 days for a movie. I'm not sure what the general global consensus is on this. Weeks, months, years? Can I spoiler Fellowship of the Ring, The Titanic, Gone with the Wind?

I'm not talking about going out of my way to spoil, moreso as things get brought up that are relavant to a topic.

https://www.cbr.com/how-long-to-wait-for-spoilers-survey/



Dulfite said:
CaptainExplosion said:

Yeah, should've used spoiler tags.

My bad, I figured we were passed the point that  spoilers were allowed. It wasn't anything major or huge to the movies plot. 

This leads to somewhat of a larger question, how long after a movie comes out can we reference spoilers?

According to 2,000 Brits, it's roughly 10 days for a movie. I'm not sure what the general global consensus is on this. Weeks, months, years? Can I spoiler Fellowship of the Ring, The Titanic, Gone with the Wind?

I'm not talking about going out of my way to spoil, moreso as things get brought up that are relavant to a topic.

https://www.cbr.com/how-long-to-wait-for-spoilers-survey/

Spoiling Titanic is no big deal, it was based on a real world tragedy, so you knew the ending already. Spider-Man No Way Home is a different situation because the movie only came out last fourth quarter.



shikamaru317 said:

Been doing a chronological order MCU rewatch recently, and had to wait for 15 days to start on Daredevil season 2 between it's removal from Netflix and addition to Disney+. I really hope that Disney decides to revive these series which Netflix cancelled prematurely in spite of good viewership numbers simply to spite Disney for announcing Disney+. Would love to see Daredevil and Jessica Jones revived as is, and instead of Iron Fist and Luke Cage being revived individually, maybe do the 2 spinoffs from them instead, Heroes for Hire (Danny + Luke) and Daughters of the Dragon (Colleen + Misty), and make all 4 of them more integrated into the MCU than they were previously, with occasional appearances from MCU characters. Then maybe do a Defenders season 2 eventually as well, with a threat big enough for all of them to work together again.

Spoiler****

I just assumed the Netflix shows were in a timeline other than the Sacred Timeline, so they came into existence because of the Loki show. Agents of Shields was said to be in another timeline, for example.

Their M rating doesn't fit well with MCU in my opinion. Maybe there is an M rated universe where everyone is on drugs, murders each other violently, and has sex all the time? I don't have any interest in watching that universe, that's for sure.



CaptainExplosion said:
Dulfite said:

My bad, I figured we were passed the point that  spoilers were allowed. It wasn't anything major or huge to the movies plot. 

This leads to somewhat of a larger question, how long after a movie comes out can we reference spoilers?

According to 2,000 Brits, it's roughly 10 days for a movie. I'm not sure what the general global consensus is on this. Weeks, months, years? Can I spoiler Fellowship of the Ring, The Titanic, Gone with the Wind?

I'm not talking about going out of my way to spoil, moreso as things get brought up that are relavant to a topic.

https://www.cbr.com/how-long-to-wait-for-spoilers-survey/

Spoiling Titanic is no big deal, it was based on a real world tragedy, so you knew the ending already. Spider-Man No Way Home is a different situation because the movie only came out last fourth quarter.

Well, my point is trying to figure out what the general view is on spoiler times. Weeks, months, years? And not anyone on this site's personal opinion, I'm wanting to know the consensus.



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Time to watch the shows that I have missed out in years.



    

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BasilZero said:

Time to watch the shows that I have missed out in years.

You will not be disappointed by the ending of The Punisher. That's all I'll say on that matter.