Marvel Studios, LLC originally known as Marvel Films from 1993-to 1996, it is an American film and television production company that is a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios, a division of The Walt Disney Company. Marvel Studios is known for its Production of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films, based on characters that appear in Marvel Comics publications.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has released 28 films within the MCU, from Iron Man (2008) to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of the Madness (2022), and six television series since 2021, from WandaVision (2021) to MoonKnight (2022). All these films and Television series share continuity with each other, along with the One-shots produced by the Studio. The television series produced by Marvel Television also acknowledge the continuity.
In addition to the MCU, Marvel Studios was also involved with the production of other Marvel character film franchises that have exceeded $1 Million in North American Box Office revenue, including the X-Men and Spider-Man film franchises.
MCU Canon Abandoned?
The topic of MCU canon has been hotly debated throughout the franchise’s run, with several projects technically not within Marvel Studios’ circle thought by fans to be part of the MCU’s mythos. This issue dates all the way back to the MCU’s first spin-off, Agents of SHIELD, which has received a few winks has received a few winks and nods from the movies despite technically being considered non-canon.
The problem of canonicity continued with Marvel’s Netflix series, only spurred on by characters from Daredevil returning in Spider-Man: No Way Home and Hawkeye. While an official description from Marvel themselves seemed to be clear of these issues up, all eyes are on Marvel Studios’ to see whether the new show will be a continuation of What’s come before or a full-on revision of the character.
One of the most amazing and interesting pieces of content that are going to come down the MCU pipelines is the fast-approaching I am Groot series. Currently, announced that it is going to be premier on August 10, 2022, this project will see the pint-sized plant go on all sorts and is fairly close to releasing on Disney+, not much is known about it yet.
This project is going to be a bit different this time from other Marvel Show, existing as a collection of animated shorts rather than a typical piece of television. However, unlike the rest of the projects involving the Guardians of the Galaxy, including those where the tea, plays a similar role, James Gunn (writer and director of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie) seems to be the less involved with this project of Marvel.
Is “I am Groot” MCU’s Canon?
There’s a piece of new information straight from the Gunn himself which reveals that the upcoming I am Groot project is not canon to the rest of the MCU. Responding to all the fans on Twitter, Gunn began by implying a bit of distance between the series and his own work. Fans asked him about his position in the show “Guardians Timeline”, the white-haired writer positioned the project as an individual.
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